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Provo, Utah 84604

Behavioral Health Providers




Adjustment Disorder

Psychotherapeutic treatments to help a group of symptoms that can occur as a result of insufficiently coping after a stressful life event.


Non-pharmacological treatments for multiple forms of anxiety, including generalized anxiety disorder and phobias.

Bipolar Disorder

Non-pharmacological treatments to help manage periods of unusually intense emotions, known as manic episodes and depressive episodes.

Crisis Line

Confidential, 24/7 support for people who experience emotional crises, such as thoughts of suicide.


Non-pharmacological treatment of depression, a mood disorder that causes persistent low moods and affects how you feel, think and act.

Individual Therapy

One-on-one therapeutic sessions that address each individual’s needs and helps them develop strategies for happier, healthier lives.

Panic Disorder

Psychotherapeutic treatments for recurrent, unexpected panic attacks that can induce sudden periods of anxiety, shortness of breath or shaking.


Psychotherapeutic treatments to help a person recover and/or manage triggers after experiencing or witnessing a terrifying event.

Social Phobia

Non-pharmacological treatments to help people conquer everyday social interactions that cause irrational anxiety, self-consciousness and embarrassment.

Patient Education


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