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12 therapists in Utah matching your needs

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Sondra McKinney

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LCSW
7 years of experience
Humorous
Authentic
Intelligent
Virtual
Hi, I'm Sondra! My mission is to help individuals and families improve their lives through effective mental health counseling. My goal is to empower my clients and offer them skills that will help them overcome the challenges they face, so they can live a full and happy life. I believe it's my job to be there to assist my clients as they overcome life's challenges

Next available: Jun 25

Tommy Saathoff

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LCMHC
31 years of experience
Authentic
Solution oriented
Direct
Virtual
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and reside in Texas, I am also licensed in Colorado, Florida and Utah. I specialize in helping you identify and overcome issues that hinder your day-to-day enjoyment of life and/or interfere with progress towards goals you have set. In over thirty years of private practice counseling I have learned to meet clients’ needs not only with continued education and research but also through a multitude of life experiences. I enjoy working with a diverse range of clients. I believe trust is a fundamental element in any relationship. This trust has to be developed and nurtured to remain genuine. Through trust other aspects important to the relationship can prosper such as comfort in being open, sincerity, and a willingness to change. I am a life-long Texan, however, I have traveled extensively and embraced many different cultures and location specific issues. Through all of life’s changes I have learned that, even with the best of plans, things still do not always work out the way we would like. I have experienced many of the same issues as my clients so can relate to them on a personal basis. This has also allowed me to acquire an understanding of what clients may be going through even if I have not experienced the exact situation. Through any adversity there is no reason to feel alone.

Next available: Jun 17

Marc Lewis

(he/him)

Marc Lewis profile image
LCSW
Warm
Authentic
Open-minded
Virtual
I am Marc Lewis, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist. I completed training in 2003 at the Joint Master of Social Work program at North Carolina A & T State University and the University of NC at Greensboro. I was also part of the NC Child Welfare Collaborative, which provided specific training in NC DSS and child welfare. I began my career practicing as a child protective services social worker. I worked as a front-line worker and as a supervisor with children and families related to abuse and neglect. I have experience working in hospital and community settings. I currently work in private practice with children, adults, and geriatrics. I have experience in cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, solution-focused treatment, and dialectical behavioral therapy. I have worked with high conflict custody cases, and family reunification, and provided expert testimony in court proceedings. My Credentials are as follows: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, (LCSW) Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist, North Carolina Substance Abuse Practice Board, (LCAS) Certified Clinical Supervisor, North Carolina Substance Abuse Practice Board, (CCS) Certified Case Manager, Commission for Case Management, (CCM)

Next available: Jun 14

liliana cardona

(she/her)

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LCMHC
8 years of experience
Empowering
Intelligent
Holistic
Virtual
I believe in the healing power of a strong therapeutic alliance. My practice is based on the conviction that with the right support, everyone can effect change in their lives. My style is caring and not judgmental; I utilize Cognitive behavioral therapy, existential therapy, and Brief Cognitive hypnosis to guide you in the process of learning new skills to manage your thoughts, emotions and behavior. I am clinically licensed in the states of Illinois, Texas, Utah and Minnesota. I have been providing therapy through video sessions for more than three years. I am bilingual in Spanish and English. I am a painter and a poet; I consider that Art is another wonderful tool to achieve healing.

Next available: Jun 15

Nancy Spitzer

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LMFT
15 years of experience
Empowering
Solution oriented
Warm
Virtual
Welcome and hello! I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I have found an incredible passion for help individuals. I have worked extensively in substance abuse, with woman's issues (infertility), trauma, couples and family therapy. I feel it is an honor to get to work with someone during their decision to grow. I feel that my desire to help others come from my own personal experience.

Next available: Jun 17

Josue Bustos

(he/him)

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LCSW
10 years of experience
Authentic
Open-minded
Solution oriented
Virtual
I am a licensed clinical social worker who provides therapy that focuses on feelings, emotions, trauma, communication, and empathy. I believe healing is needed for every one of us, in order to heal we must work from the inside to the outside. It is my home that you will allow to assist in your journey to wellness, hope, closure, and healing.

Next available: Jun 23

Elizabeth Porfert

(she/her)

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LCMHC
8 years of experience
Authentic
Direct
Intelligent
Virtual
Hello! I'm Liz. I am an LMHC, NCC and possess a BA in Spanish Language and Culture as well as Sociology. I earned my MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2014 and is recognized as a Nationally Certified Counselor. My recent roles have been Clinical Director for a local mental health hospital as well as Behavioral Health Director for the local sheriff’s department. I also enjoy working with families in crisis. I have worked with families over the past 20 years in a variety of settings. I have served the State of Florida as a Child Protective Investigator for 5 years. Before working with the Department of Children and Families, I served as a Social Services Case Manager/ Team Leader for the Department of Juvenile Justice. In Massachusetts, I worked as a teen parent social worker for the Department of Transitional Assistance assisting teen parents navigate the system to achieve economic self-sufficiency. After graduating with my BA, I was fortunate to work with a local non-profit to help encourage at-risk, gang -influenced youth connect with social services as well as earn their General Equivalency Diploma. My professional goal in life is to assist individuals to recover from negative self-talk as well as negative messages sometimes instilled in childhood or prior relationships and assist patients build a healthier emotional quality of life.

Next available: Jun 18

David Brown

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LCMHC
32 years of experience
Open-minded
Direct
Intelligent
Virtual
Hello, I'm David. Do you go through periods of anxiety and/or depression and feel stressed out all of the time? Do you have relationship issues and would like to improve or communicate better with your partner? I'm here to help. Seeking therapy can feel scary but you're making the right choice. You deserve a safe space to heal and grow. In our sessions together, I'll meet you with compassion and evidence-based techniques so you can overcome the hangups and habits holding you back. Let's work together! I also help high performers manage work-related stress and avoid burnout. Together, we can identify what's not working and get you back to balance. We'll use a whole self approach, addressing the needs of your mind, body and spirit. I also integrate mindfulness, meditation and breathing techniques to help you develop a stronger relationship with yourself.

Next available: Jun 14

Cherry Weaver, LPC, CMHC

(she/her)

Cherry Weaver, LPC, CMHC profile image
LCMHC
19 years of experience
Virtual
Hi there, I'm Cherry Are you wanting to pursue your best life? Do you procrastinate? Are you ready to step out of your comfort zone ever so slightly? You may find that action conquers fear! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 19 years of experience providing therapy services. I work with clients who may have issues with depression, anxiety, substance use, trauma, couples, adult children from dysfunctional families and domestic violence. This is not a conclusive list. I received my Masters degree in Counseling at Amberton University in Garland, Texas.

Next available: Jun 17

Dr. Christina Gonzalez

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LCMHC
20 years of experience
Warm
Authentic
Solution oriented
Virtual
I am a bilingual and bicultural Licensed Mental Health Counselor licensed in Florida with over 15 years of experience working as a psychotherapist. I have worked around the world- in Mexico, in the US, in Germany, in Japan, and in US, and worked in a wide variety of settings, including extensive work in community mental health, substance abuse/addictions, child welfare, and with military and veteran populations. I have worked with clients with a wide range of concerns including couples/relationship issues, anxiety, depression, immigration-related issues, abuse and trauma, divorce and separation, and grief and loss, among other things. I have also worked extensively with the Marine Corps in the area of force preservation and suicide prevention, and have worked with other branches of the service as well, both in the US and OCONUS. My counseling style is warm and interactive. I believe in treating anyone with respect, sensitivity, and compassion, and I don't believe in stigmatizing labels. I honestly believe we can work together to find solutions for almost any problem and that we can emerge from challenges stronger, and even more resilient. My approach combines cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, mindfulness training, and other techniques. I also have incorporated many things I have learned in my travels and interactions with psychology in other cultures and countries into my extensive training. I will tailor our interactions and treatment to help you meet your goals and work collaboratively with you every step along the way. It takes courage to seek for a more fulfilling and happier life and to take the first steps towards a change. If you are ready to take that step I am here to support and empower you.

Next available: Jun 21

Jennifer Brigman

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LCMHC
17 years of experience
Empowering
Direct
Warm
Virtual
Hello and welcome to Grow Therapy! My name is Jennifer. I have both Master’s and Education Specialist degrees in Counseling, with a specialization in Couples and Family. After many years of therapy practice, I went back to school and, in 2019, graduated with a BSN in Nursing. I’ve worked as a licensed therapist in North Carolina for 17 years. I work frequently with difficult relationship dynamics whether in families or among romantic partners. I do quite a bit of work in trauma recovery, anxiety and stress reduction, resiliency-building, and identity development. Mine is a holistic, positive, supportive approach that promotes self-awareness and the interruption of unhelpful patterns of thought and behavior that lead to being "stuck". I teach mindfulness, yogic interventions and encourage gratitude and curiosity in my clients! In my spare time I enjoy hiking, dancing on my roller skates, beekeeping and chasing my dog and kids! I hope we are a good fit and look forward to connecting with you.

Next available: Jun 18

Cindy Lewis Gaskins

(she/her)

Cindy Lewis Gaskins profile image
LCMHC
25 years of experience
Authentic
Empowering
Open-minded
Virtual
People can make better decisions if they have enough information and understanding about how counseling works. Here are some aspects of counseling and therapy as I perceive and practice it: Therapeutic counseling requires your active involvement including efforts to change any self-defeating thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. You will be asked to work both in and out of the therapeutic counseling sessions. I may occasionally request that you do “homework” (ok-not a formal request because life happens and inevitably it will be that you have life duties to attend to but maybe jotting things down or making notes for yourself kind of homework) by way of providing you with further reinforcement to concepts discussed in session or simply to prompt further insight and self- exploration. There are no instant, painless, or passive cures, no “magic pills”. Instead, there will be ongoing personal and spiritual growth that can occur with your conscious effort. Most likely, you will need to work on improving stress management, cognitions (e.g. beliefs and thought processes), emotional health, relationships, and your general lifestyle if counseling is to be successful. Sometimes change will be relatively easy but more often change takes much effort, time, and persistence. My hope for you is that you grow into your best self in the present and that that allows you to be your best version for your future. Therapy is about YOU and your needs. I specialize in trauma, mood, and anxiety disorders and am an LGBTQ++ ally and kink-aware professional.

Next available: Jun 27

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