Jonathan Taylor, CSAT
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
The mind, body, and spirit are connected- what impacts one impacts the others. Most people's challenges are more complex than a chemical imbalance or some simple behavioral changes. In psychotherapy, we can work to understand all of the facets of what you face so that as you take action to feel and live better, you will be the most effective in getting the outcomes you want. As we work together, our relationship will become the laboratory you will use to try out new skills and develop new insights and self-awareness. You will be able to answer the question "Is it just me, or..." and you will find more acceptance of yourself and greater contentment in your relationships.
James Ott, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker
515 South 700 East #3D, Salt Lake City, UT
I believe that within each of us, is the potential to be whole and happy. My approach is to listen and try to understand how a person believes the world works for them; and then challenge those beliefs that promote shame and worthlessness that keep them stuck in negative patterns, and support the ideas that create an authentic person and promote living a life worth living. Most therapy work can be accomplished in 2-4 months.
Steven Chen, Ph.D,
136 South Main Street #413, Salt Lake City, UT
What is psychotherapy? It is the process of talking with a trained professional, a psychologist for example, who can help you live a happier, healthier, more productive life. You and your psychologist will work together to identify and change the thought and behavior patterns that are keeping you from feeling your best. By the time you're done, you will not only have solved the problem but you will have learned new skills to cope better with future challenges. Psychotherapy can help if you are feeling anxious, depressed, overwhelmed, confused, stressed, angry, have a chronic illness, are going through a significant life change like job change, divorce, empty nest or other life challenge.
Grace and Peace Christian Counseling, LLC
Grace & Peace Christian Counseling
2909 Washington BLVD Suite 101, Ogden, UT
Therapeutic approaches range from Existential to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Existential approaches focus on caring for the person wholistically- psychologically, relationally, & spiritually- through a therapeutic relationship, encourage growth in understanding of self & how that knowledge allows for growth & the awareness of God's interaction in the past, present & here-and-now. CBT looks at disruptive thoughts & beliefs about self, others, & the world and begins to build the capacity to think accurately in difficult situations. Replacing negative, unhelpful behaviors with planned healthy alternatives, leads to thoughts & behavioral changes that reach deep into every area of life.