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Wasatch Family Therapy, LLC was founded in 2002 by Dr. Julie Hanks, LCSW. Since then it has continued to grow and become known as a respected provider of therapy services for children, women, couples, and families.
Over 15 years ago I dreamed of creating a clinic by gathering a group of skilled, professional, and energetic therapists to work together and provide not only excellent therapy, but also create a warm and home-like environment for clients. I only hire people who posses a genuineness in their interpersonal interactions and who feel a “calling” to their profession as a therapist. One of the core values of Wasatch is that we respect and support of your spiritual beliefs in all of the services we provide.
- To improve individual mental health and strengthen family relationships by:
- Providing competent and compassionate counseling services to individuals, couples, and families with diverse backgrounds.
- To offer therapeutic services that promote the emotional and relational well-being of individuals, couples, and families.
- Providing community education to reduce the stigma of those seeking professional help for mental health and relationship problems.
- To honor the spiritual beliefs and values of each client throughout the therapeutic process.
- We view life as a series of developmental stages that individuals, couples, and families move through toward growth. At times, professional help may be needed to successfully navigate these stages.
- We believe that early childhood relationships create patterns that impact how we feel about ourselves and how we relate with others.
- We address current problems and symptoms with skill building and insight while exploring and resolving past relationship patterns and wounds.
- We understand that the primary factor in the change process is a warm, trusting relationship between client and therapist.
- We use a gentle but direct approach to therapy and individualize the process to address your specific concerns.
It is our policy to provide equitable mental health care to without discrimination or harassment.
This includes: race, color, national origin, political affiliation, language, religion, sex, age, disability, citizenship, marital status, legal history, creed, sexual orientation, gender expression or gender identity (the patient’s preferred gender will be respected, and the patient will be referred to by their name and pronoun of choice, whenever feasible) or other non-medically relevant factor or any other characteristic protected by federal or state law.