Hello Utah! Whether you live in Salt Lake City, Provo, St. George, Ogden, or Logan, we are here to serve you. Online Counseling gives you options and we are excited announcing that we can now serve the entire state of Utah through Teletherapy.
Teletherapy has become a popular need this year since it gives the resource to receive support in the comfort of your own home. It also eliminates commuting time and gives you more time to be with your family.
Teletherapy is providing therapy through a live video connection, over the internet or phone sessions. We provide the same treatment as you would in person, it’s just done through a computer or phone. Our platform is private, in order to protect your privacy and confidentiality.
It can be a beneficial option for adults, couples and families in the comfort of your own home.
Here are our Utah Therapists…
DeLayna Stout, CMHC
Hi, My name is DeLayna Stout. I work as a contract therapist for therapy for families. I am a compassionate, open, and affirming clinical counselor who has thirteen years’ experience working with young children, individuals, couples, families, and the military. I love helping people feel grounded in who they are and deciding with confidence how to move forward to build the life they want. My training includes dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral therapy (CBT), and Emotionally Focused therapy (EFT). I am also certified in Cognitive Behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I). I am informed and always increasing my education in the mind body connection and sensory-psychomotor approaches to trauma. I have a passion for working with those who deal with:
I obtained bachelor’s degrees in psychology and human development and family studies from the University of Utah. I also earned a master’s degree in educational psychology from the University of Utah. I am certified in cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia and am working towards certifications in EMDR, advanced complex trauma, and play therapy.
I am seeing clients online and am licensed in the state of Utah. If you would like to get a hold of me please email at email@example.com or by phone at 281-819-0308.
PLEASE fill out a form or call today! I cannot wait to get to know you.
Mi nombre es DeLayna Stout. Trabajo como terapeuta por contracto para la empresa Therapy for Families. Soy consejera clínica, mis cualidades son la compasión, asertividad, y siempre utilizando frases de afirmación a todos los que me rodean. Tengo trece años de experiencia trabajando con niños pequeños, adolescentes, adultos, parejas, familias y en el área militar. Me gusta ayudar y orientar a las personas a sentirse cimentadas en quiénes son. Ayudo a muchas personas en la decisión de lo que quieren decidir en su vida con confianza y cómo construir la vida que desean para su futuro.
Mi entrenamiento incluye: Terapia Dialéctica Conductual (DBT), Terapia Cognitiva Conductual (TCC) y Terapia Centrada Emocionalmente (EFT); estoy certificada en Terapia Cognitiva Conductual para el Insomnio (CBT-I). Además tengo estudios sobre la conexión entre el cuerpo y la mente y como esa conexión es una gran parte del trauma.
Puedo ayudarte con las dificultades de:
Problemas de apego
Problemas de sueño
Tengo estudios realizados en:
Licenciatura en psicología y en desarrollo humano y estudios familiares de la Universidad de Utah.
Maestría en Psicología Educativa de la Universidad de Utah.
Estoy certificada en terapia cognitivo-conductual para el insomnio
En la actualidad trabajo para obtener certificaciones en EMDR, Trauma.
Experiencia Laboral Actual:
Trabajo con clientes en línea y tengo licencia en el estado de Utah.
Nota Importante: Si desea obtener más información, favor envíe un correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org o vía telefónica al 281-819-0308.
¡Por favor llene un formulario o llame hoy!
¡No puedo esperar para conocerte y poder ayudarte!
Max Ah Quin, JD, MPA, CMHC
Hi my name is Max Ah Quin and I work as a contract therapist with Therapy for Families. I am very empathetic, outgoing and personable, and my passion is helping others find relief in overcoming personal challenges and peace through creating or restoring healthy relationships with themselves and those they value most in life. It is my privilege to meet and work with so many wonderful people as they heal and grow from dealing with difficult things. As English poet John Donne famously wrote that “no man is an island,” I wholeheartedly believe that our relationships with ourselves and others are potentially our greatest source of positive emotions, good mental health, and overall satisfaction with life. No matter how difficult things may feel today, tomorrow always has potential to feel better.
I enjoy working with people of all ages. I have experience working in many different treatment settings and levels of care from standard individual and family outpatient therapy to high acuity residential psychiatric care. I am experienced in assisting clients with a wide variety of issues listed in the DSM-5.
The most common issues being:
Depression & Other Mood Disorders (bipolar, dysthymia, DMDD, etc.)
Anxiety and Stress
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Relationship Issues (e.g., family, parent-child, adult, etc.)
Trust, Intimacy, Validation & Communication
Emotion Regulation and Coping Skills
I have a Bachelor’s degree in business management from Utah Valley University, a Master of Public Administration from Brigham Young University, a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, and a Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix. I am a licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the State of Utah (#5847195-6004).
GET IN TOUCH!
By filling out a form on our website or calling 281-819-0308. Also my email is email@example.com. Please feel free to contact me.
Teletherapy (Online) Services Available:
And other mental health conditions
Is online therapy as effective as in person therapy?
The research shows that Teletherapy is as effective as in person therapy, especially, for individuals who assess at this level of support. With our growing world, individuals are needing easier access to therapy in the comfort of their own home to help them with relationships, mental health, boundaries and tools for coping with our modern fast paced world.
Benefits of Teletherapy:
Makes mental health resources available to the homebound and people in remote geographic areas.
Increases privacy and reduces stress for those who are anxious or embarrassed to receive counseling in person.
Eliminates travel time and travel expenses.
Is Teletherapy a Good Fit for You?
Would weekly, virtual, contact be enough for you to feel adequately supported by your therapist? Has commuting to an office been a barrier for seeking therapy?
Are there limited options for psychotherapy therapy where you live?
Do you live with symptoms that make moving around the city a struggle, such as a disability, chronic illness, chronic pain or chronic fatigue?
Do you travel frequently for work, making it difficult to maintain continuity of in person sessions?
Would Teletherapy give you more comfort, privacy and time at home with your family?
What are the benefits of online therapy?
What do I need for online therapy?
A computer (laptop or desktop), smartphone or table
An integrated or external camera