We provide a range of treatments that can help with mental health problems and emotional challenges. We believe that using a strength’s-based approach to therapy enables one to better handle the
challenges of life.

Play Therapy

Play Therapy

Play therapy helps children, teens, adults, and families express their emotions, improve communication, and solve problems. Children can naturally express their feelings and resolve conflicts through play. Teens benefit from play therapy because it allows them to deal with issues in a less threatening way. It is a dynamic and client-centered approach that harnesses the power of play to facilitate therapeutic growth, emotional regulation, and positive change across different age groups and contexts.

“Play is a child’s work and this is not a trivial pursuit.”
~ Alfred Adler

“In the play therapy experience, toys are like a child’s words. Play is the child’s language.”
~ Garry Landruth

“1 in 5 US children and teens have a diagnosable psychiatric disorder.”
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Individual Therapy

Do you often find yourself struggling with conflicts, pain, and frustration in your relationships? Does it feel like the challenges in your life are becoming too overwhelming, leaving you feeling anxious and depressed? If so, individual counseling can provide you with the necessary support to develop healthy coping skills, build self-esteem, and improve your overall quality of life. Seeking therapy is a common step for many individuals who face difficult issues that are hard to overcome alone. If a problem or issue is causing you distress or interfering with your daily life and well-being, then it may be time to seek treatment. Our therapists provide a safe, nonjudgmental, and therapeutic environment where you can express your concerns, thoughts, and feelings.

“You can’t change what’s going on around you until you start changing what’s going on within you.”
~ Zig Ziglar

“Change happens when the pain of staying the same is greater than the pain of change.”
~ Tony Robbins

“2/3 of people in the US with a diagnosable mental illness never seek treatment.”
~ AllyHealth

Couples and Family Therapy

Participating in couples therapy can help a couple understand their relationship patterns, communication problems and personality differences. Couples therapy can resolve an issue, prevent a buildup of problems, or tune up your marriage. Family therapy aims to help family members identify how specific behaviors affect others, learn new ways of relating to each other and open new lines of communication. We guide couples and families who are dealing with issues that affect their mental health – it is never too late or too early to reconnect with those you love.

“Other things may change us, but we start and end with the family.”
~ Anthony Brandt

The average couple waits 6 years before seeking help for marital problems.”
~ J.M. Gottman

Children and Teen Therapy

Teens Therapy

Therapy plays a pivotal role in children’s and teens’ emotional and psychological development, offering a safe haven where they can navigate the complexities of their inner worlds. In a rapidly changing and often challenging environment, therapy provides a supportive space for young individuals to express their feelings, confront fears, and develop essential coping mechanisms. It aids in fostering healthy communication skills, resilience, and self-esteem, laying the foundation for positive mental well-being in adulthood. By addressing emotional challenges early on, therapy equips children and teens with the tools to cope with stress, build meaningful relationships, and navigate the myriad of emotions accompanying their formative years. Through a therapeutic alliance, young individuals can explore their identities, process life changes, and emerge stronger and better equipped to face life’s uncertainties with confidence and resilience.

“You are valuable just because you exist. Not because of what you do or what you have done, but simply because you are.” ~ Max Lucado

“Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us.” ~ David Richo

“What if you moved through the world as if you were easy to be loved? Because I promise you, you are easy to love.” ~ Sonalee Rashatwar, LCSW


While our primary mode of therapy takes place in person at our West Haven, Utah office, we recognize the importance of flexibility in meeting our clients’ diverse needs. In some circumstances, we offer the option of telehealth, a convenient alternative for our busiest clients, individuals who have relocated out of state, or those attending school away from home. Moreover, we understand that health challenges sometimes limit mobility, making telehealth a crucial avenue for maintaining therapeutic support without leaving the comfort of your home. Our commitment to accessible and effective therapy extends beyond physical boundaries, ensuring that individuals facing various circumstances can still benefit from

“Telehealth leaves us with no excuse to find the help we need -for body and soul- no matter where in the world you are.”
~ Eric Hall

“Results show that 66 percent of Americans are willing to use telehealth.”
~ American Well

Parents and Grandparents

In today’s rapidly evolving world, the role of parents and grandparents in shaping the well-being of the youth is more critical than ever, and therapy serves as an invaluable resource in this dynamic journey. Raising children and teens amidst constant change can be rewarding and challenging, demanding adaptive parenting strategies and a deep understanding of the evolving landscape. Therapy provides parents and grandparents with a supportive platform to navigate the complexities of their roles, offering guidance on effective communication, discipline, and fostering emotional resilience in young minds. It becomes a space to explore generational differences, bridge communication gaps, and understand the unique challenges that arise in a world marked by technological advancements and societal shifts. Through therapy, caregivers gain practical tools and emotional support, empowering them to create a nurturing environment that nurtures the emotional and psychological well-being of the youth they are raising.

“Emotional pain is not something that should be hidden away and never spoken about. There is truth in your pain, there is growth in your pain, but only if it’s first brought out into the open.” ~ Steven Aitchison

“Being able to be your true self is one of the strongest components of good mental health.” ~ Dr. Lauren Fogel Mersy

“My dark days made me strong. Or maybe I already was strong, and they made me prove it. ~ Emery Lord

Geriatric Therapy

In a society where the needs of our senior population can be overlooked, we stand committed to being a pillar of support for both seniors and their dedicated caregivers. Our geriatric therapy is designed to help seniors navigate the complexities of aging, chronic illnesses, and terminal diseases. Beyond addressing mental health concerns, our empathetic approach fosters a holistic understanding of aging. Whether you’re a senior seeking guidance or a caregiver needing support, our mission is to provide a compassionate space for understanding, healing, and navigating the intricacies of this crucial life stage, empowering all involved to enhance their well-being.