At Utah Therapy, our caring team is here to provide a safe and welcoming environment for children, adolescents, and adults. This creates a safe place where people feel comfortable talking about their issues and concerns.
Individual therapy or psychotherapy is a type of counseling that involves working with a therapist alone to address your individual challenges. Sometimes individual therapy may be a necessary part of group therapy, where challenges are worked on separately to improve them on a larger scale.
At Utah Therapy, we work to reduce the stigma that surrounds therapy: you shouldn’t be judged for seeking professional support, especially when no one person seeks therapy for the same reason.
Some common issues addressed through marriage counseling include:
- Alcohol abuse
- Coping with grief
- Culture clashes
- Drug abuse
- Eating disorders
- Identity crisis
- Life coaching
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Recovering from an illness
- Recovering from trauma
- Sexual abuse
- Sexual addiction
- Sleep issues/Insomnia
- Suicidal thoughts
Sessions with our counselors will help you learn new skills and try out new behaviors that counteract past destructive or unhealthy ones, leading you to a more comfortable present and a brighter future.
Psychotherapy is not limited to addressing challenges that have inhibited a person’s ability to function properly or happily. Ongoing psychotherapy is a common and well-proven way to continue to grow as a person and work toward self-actualization. It is a useful way to overcome barriers that interfere with the positive qualities in life so that your happiness can contribute to the happiness of others around you.
We honor the spiritual beliefs and values of each client throughout the therapeutic process.