Marriage counseling that Heals in Utica, NY. Restore Your Relationship.

Speak with the right marriage therapist in Utica. Real help for issues like separation, communication, infidelity, and finances.

David Stang, Psy.D.
Marriage Counselor

David Stang, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

286 Genesee Street, Utica, New York 13502 | 315 853 1605

I provide marital therapy wtih a focus upon conflict resolution by helping both partners listen to each other's point of view

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.
Marriage Counselor

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

At Home or Private Discreet Intensives

Though we are not licensed marriage counselors, Grey Matters International, Inc. provides cutting edge brain optimization and rebalancing technology to better align the minds of partners to reduce conflict, increase hope---for the brain has the final word on change.

Kirsten Lesch, MSW, MA, LMFT
Marriage Counselor

Kirsten Lesch, MSW, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Available for Online Therapy

A healthy marriage takes work. Therapy will reach the heart of the issues and begin the process of restoration. Know that there is hope, all couples and individulas have strengths and challenges, let me help you reveal them. Call 315-291-0025

Anne Cutler, LP
Marriage Counselor

Anne Cutler, LP

Licensed Psychoanalyst

Available for Online Therapy

Healthy relationships require continual care and attention. Gain new tools to communicate more effectively with each other. My approach is tailored to each couple and is effective at all stages of a relationship.

Related Sites:
City of Utica
New York State Education Department Office of Mental Health Professions

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Utica New York is more than just the county seat of Oneida County. It is also called the Second Chance City as termed by Reader's Digest. Today, Utica is home to many Bosnian immigrants and continues to be the destination for many refugees. Reader's Digest suggested that it is because of Utica's social services, affordable living conditions, and entry-level manufacturing jobs that make the city a popular choice for those who wish to pursue the American dream. This is a much more notable nickname, as Utica has also been called The City that God Forgot, in reference to its declining economic state due to a severe decline in manufacturing. Regardless, its suburbia is still growing, and the city continues to be the hubbub for growth amongst its neighbors. Utica strives to recreate its industrial era success, including the revitalization of Utica's Union Station, which brings forth business via Amtrak and the Adirondack Scenic Railway.1

Marriage and Family Mental Health in Utica

Parents that are struggling to manage the behavior of their child can seek services through Kids Oneida. The agency offers a support group where parents can learn from one another, offer advice and guidance, and help one another devise strategies for success. Guest speakers are a common occurrence in groups, so parents have access to experts who can assist them in promoting better behaviors for their child at home. To learn more, contact Kids Oneida at 315-792-9039.2

The youth programming offered by the Johnson Park Center focuses on enriching the lives of Utica children through education, recreation, and bonding with positive adult mentors. Children involved in the services at Johnson Park Center learn valuable life skills that help them make healthy decisions. Cultural awareness programs build an understanding of and appreciation for others not like themselves. Prevention-based programs teach children about the dangers of alcohol and drugs, so they can grow up to be healthy and happy adults. Services for teenagers and young adults are offered as well. For additional details, call the Johnson Park Center at 315-734-9608.3

There are a host of programs and services offered for seniors at the North Utica Senior Citizens Community Center that promote improved mental and physical health. Exercise classes and health screenings serve as preventative measures against ailments older adults commonly face, including weak bones and muscles, poor balance, and hearing and vision loss. Guest speakers join the elderly throughout the year to discuss issues related to mental health care, including memory loss, family members as caregivers, the impact of physical ailments on mental health, and drug use and misuse. Other programs focus on safety issues and tips for successful aging. Further information about these programs is available by calling 315-724-2430.4

Family Services and Assistance Programs

Families in need can access many services available through the Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency. Families that have lost their homes are provided emergency shelter until they are able to get back on their feet. Rental assistance and food vouchers are available to families who maintain their own home but are in danger of losing it. Child development services focus on educating little ones, as well as their parents, so each family member has a strong foundation upon which to build a happy and healthy life. For youth that have run away from home and are homeless, the agency provides intervention and counseling services to address mental health concerns. Call 315-624-9930 to inquire about these services.5


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4. North Utica Senior Citizens Community Center. (2017). Health and Wellness. Retrieved from
5. Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency. (2017). Runaway and Homeless Youth. Retrieved from

Utica is located in Oneida County, New York. It has a land area of 16.75 square miles and a water area of 0.25 square miles.  The population of Utica is 61,100 people with 23,622 households and a median annual income of $30,504. .

Therapy Affordability Meter for Utica, NY

Difficult yet possible - ask your therapist

Committing to weekly sessions of therapy without insurance coverage or low cost options is very challenging for most people in Utica. If this applies to you, please contact your counselor and ask about sliding scale options or inquire about insurance coverage. The good news is that there are options available to you to establish an effective relationship with a great therapist in Utica. Your well being and health are important enough to make the best possible effort for. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Utica public health department.