Therapists in West Jordan, UT and Nearby Locations

Find a therapist in West Jordan, Utah that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in West Jordan, to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief, and more.

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Are you struggling with pain that seems endless, or feeling helpless in supporting a loved one through their challenges? It's common to feel overwhelmed and stuck, unsure of how to navigate through the storm. But remember, even the most resilient...
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Orem, Utah

As humans, we often get caught between the past, present, and future. Sometimes it may feel like our life is running us. We may have experienced hurt, betrayal, and trauma. Our current reality may involve unwanted thoughts, feelings, and behaviors....
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Salt Lake City, Utah

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I am a licensed psychologist in private practice specializing in relationship and stress management. With over 20 years’ experience as a therapist, administrator, professor, and executive coach, I have developed specialized expertise in executive...
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Salt Lake City, Utah

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Utah, Maryland

I believe people possess the strength and ability to move towards growth. I believe everyone has potential - potential to be their best self, potential for power, strength & resiliency. Sometimes life struggles get in the way of allowing full...
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Utah, Oregon

About Me I am a Child and Family Therapist, specializing in individual and family therapy for individuals of varying backgrounds. I have a private practice in professional counseling in South Jordan, Utah. I have extensive experience working with...
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Lehi, Utah

For over ten years I have enjoyed working with youth in camps, schools and the community. For nearly eight years I have worked at multiple youth residential treatment center. For two of those years I was a counselor. For five years I was a...
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Holladay, Utah

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My work with clients starts at the heart using a strength-based, person-centered approach. Navigating life's uncertainties and learning how to grow through difficult times can be challenging. Past events in our lives are part of our story, but they...
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Camille Graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelors degree in Social Work and from Colorado State University with a Masters Degree in Social Work. She has worked in both juvenile and adult corrections as a therapist. She specializes in...

Overview of Mental Health Resources in West Jordan, Utah

West Jordan, Utah is the fourth-most populous city in the state with an estimated population of 103,712 according to the last census. Named after the nearby Jordan River, the city sits at an elevation of 4,330 feet and is surrounded by the stunning backdrop of the Oquirrh Mountains. As a suburb of Salt Lake City, West Jordan offers residents, who are mostly young professionals, the opportunity to enjoy the proximity of a large city along with the easy access common to suburban living. The most common industries driving the economy there are retail, manufacturing, transportation, and construction. Even with an excellent quality of life, the West Jordan community does have its share of mental health concerns, especially regarding the sensitive issue of suicide. In Salt Lake County, between the years 2013 and 2015, the number of deaths per year due to suicide per 100,000 people was 14.8.

A Preventable Problem

Compared to the rest of the counties in the state, Salt Lake County registers one of the lower rates of death from suicide in the state- but this doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement. In the Salt Lake MSA, it was found that 8.2% experienced a major depressive episode in the last year- higher than the national rate. With the right treatment and diligence in looking out for the signs, these incidents may be preventable.

Knowing the risk factors for suicide and making sure that family and community members are educated about what these look like can play a factor in improving treatment. Among some of the signs may be undiagnosed depression, substance abuse, impulsivity, behavioral problems, and impulsivity. However, these are not always guaranteed to predict certain outcomes. Sometimes a suicide attempt occurs without any other previously indicated factors.

If you are experiencing depression, undue stress, anxiety, or any other condition that is affecting your day-to-day life, you may consider reaching out for help. When you are ready to do so, we can provide some guidance on how to start your search. We want to make it easier for you to get the help you need and find a professional who understands you and can work around your schedule.

Recognizing that you might benefit from the outside support of a mental health professional could be the first step in improving your life. When you are ready to find a therapist, who is right for you in the West Jordan area, we want to be able to make the process as smooth as possible. As you think about beginning the search for a professional, it is a good idea to first think about what your individual needs are.

Before You Begin Your Search

When you are ready to start your search for a mental health professional, it’s a good idea to think about what you might need from the process. If you can find a program and therapist that is tailored to you, it is more likely that treatment will be effective. The more clarity you have around your condition and preferences, the better you will be able to communicate this to the person you will potentially work with. Here are a few of the questions you can start with:

  • What are you currently experiencing that is hurting your daily life?
  • Why is now the right time for you to begin treatment?
  • What outcomes are you looking for through this process?
  • Are you more comfortable speaking with a man or a woman about your personal life?
  • How long are you willing to meet with a therapist?
  • Are you suffering from a condition that is best addressed by someone with a specialization in that field?

Answering these questions may help in conveying your intent to potential therapists and will give you a better idea of whether someone is a fit when you are going through the search process.

Will Your Health Insurance Pay?

The cost of mental health services can be a big factor for many people in getting the help they need. We suggest you reach out to your health insurance provider and find out if they cover any or all of your treatment and find out what your options are. In many cases, insurance companies may have a preferred network of professionals for you to choose from. Sometimes, choosing from this list may save you out-of-pocket costs. It is worthwhile to find out the details of what might be covered under your plan.