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Florie W. Jackson

Florie W. Jackson

  Personal Statement Life gets complicated for all of us and sometimes we need to reach out for help. I can help if you are experiencing relationship conflicts, anxiety, depression, addiction, low self-worth, grief and loss, or current or past trauma. I have 10 years experience working with...

Vaughn Roche

Vaughn Roche

  Personal Statement I have helped people from all walks of life find their way through stressful times. I have helped them repair relationships, restore faith in themselves in the midst of job and financial challenges, find strength and meaning in the face of serious illness, transform grief...

Dr. David H. Coombs

Dr. David H. Coombs

  Personal Statement I love my work. I have been a therapist for over forty years. My speciality is counseling with individuals and couples. Since I am semi-retired I am able to keep my fee affordable to $80 per 50 min session. While I have worked with everything that causes the challenges...

Karen Gardner

Karen Gardner

  Personal Statement Karen has worked in academic settings, in treatment centers with Native Americans learning their traditional healing methods, with foster children and their families, and she now works in private practice. Karen is passionate about her work in helping children,...

Tyler Patrick

Tyler Patrick

  Personal Statement Tyler has a talent for understanding people and is keenly aware of issues that individuals and families face in today's world. As director of Cedar Point Counseling he believes that strong marriages and family cohesiveness are at the core of happiness and understands how...

Austin Wood

Austin Wood

  Personal Statement Client Focus (Age) Preteens/Tweens (11 to 13) Adolescents/Teenagers (14 to 19) Adults Elders (65+) Treatment Orientation Attachment-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Conflict Resolution Therapy Family / Marital Gottman Method Client-Directed Outcome-Informed Therapy...

Michelle Greene

Michelle Greene

  Personal Statement Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. Synergism is defined to mean that the combination of two forces can result in the combined sum being greater than each separate force on it's own. Together...

Nevin G. Alderman

Nevin G. Alderman

  Personal Statement Nevin Alderman is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC), and has been practicing on a Master's Level in the field of mental health for almost a decade. Nevin has experience in numerous facets of mental health counseling, including inpatient acute settings,...

Dr. Brigg B. Noyes

Dr. Brigg B. Noyes

  Personal Statement I focus on relationships because they make us feel amazing about ourselves, but also can make us feel like the lowest of the low. Learning how to confidently manage this “double-edged sword” of your closest relationships will help you feel better about yourself in all...

Patricia D. Godwin

Patricia D. Godwin

  Personal Statement If you are seeking support in managing your anxiety. If you are struggling in your relationships, including work relationships, couple counseling, or parenting challenges please contact me with your questions about therapy or my experience. Client Focus (Age)...

Psychotherapy in Utah: Finding a Therapist Near Me

For many people the Internet is a great way to find a therapist in Utah. The Internet has made it easy for virtually anyone to find a therapist in Utah from the comfort of their home, office, or simply on the Internet. Most often people are seeking therapy in Salt Lake City looking for an individual therapist, but there are also many psychotherapists in Salt Lake City offering group therapy sessions. Group therapy can be therapeutic, as everyone in the group get to know one another and get to know the therapist better, which often leads to better communication and improved self-esteem for all members of the group. This can help people suffering from depression and anxiety and is also helpful for family therapy as well.

If you’re looking for a therapist in Salt Lake City then you have several options. The first option is to find a therapist in the group setting looking for someone to fill in for you when you can’t find a sitter in your area. Many of the online therapists that offer in-person group therapy also offer online therapy, so you may want to check both sources out to ensure you receive therapy that works for you.

The other option is to find an independent therapist in Salt Lake City who offers in-person or online therapy either for couples, families, or individuals with a variety of different types of relationship issues. An example of an independent therapist would be someone like me, who work with people with both family and couples therapy. With our clients we help them sort through their issues, get clear about their issues, improve communication, and improve relationship skills and behaviors. I am also a marriage family therapist who helps couples who have trouble communicating or struggling with intimacy issues. If you’re in need of marriage or relationship help in any form, whether it’s with your children, spouse, friend or loved one, then you may want to consider seeking the help of a marriage family therapist in Utah.

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