Utah Family Therapy

3 Guiding Therapeutic Principles

What are you looking for in a therapy company?

Here’s some criteria that is critical when your seeking help for your mental health needs:

  • Caring Team – people who care about you and your healing journey that know your name.
  • Training – your needs are specific due to your past.
  • Connection – this is a journey that may take some time so make sure you connect with your therapist.
  • Passion – creates an environment of healing.
  • Compassion – someone willing to listen to you and take the time to understand, not just jump into therapy.
  • Commitment – willing to go above and beyond to help in your healing journey.


Our caring team of qualified therapists are trained in a variety of the most effective models of therapy. 

If you’re like many others, you’re searching for anxiety and trauma mental health specialists. You’ve found them at Utah Family Therapy.

You’ve found a clinic that can help you, your family and your children make deeper, more meaningful connections with each other and within themselves.

Let us know what you need to help you and your family find healing and strength along your journey.

You can follow these same principles in your family that are used within Utah Family Therapy’s family.

Healing by following these three therapeutic principles:

  1. Compassion
  2. Commitment
  3. Connection
Compassion Therapy
Compassion is the First Therapeutic Principle we follow.

1. Compassion

What do you and your family need?

You are the expert on your life! You know what challenges you’re facing and what you would like to change.

Come in and share those needs, challenges and goals with us so together a foundation of understanding and a path to healing can occur. 

Committed To Your Healing Journey
Commitment is the second principle and key for healing in therapy.

2. Commitment

Your commitment to healing is critical. 

Let’s commit right now to learning the best way to communicate and provide support. 

Together, with all of the knowledge that’s been gained over hours and hours of study, in-depth research, training and application, there’s a path that can be laid out for you.

YOU are the expert on your life, come share with us your expertise so our understanding matches yours and together create a healing process in your therapeutic journey. 

Connection, the third key, opens the doors of secrets that keep us sick.

3. Connection

Connection is key as you work to recognize the causes, triggers, and symptoms in your everyday life. 

The way you respond to and carry the weight of trauma is different than the way your family members may carry it, therefore, it’s important to understand each situation before treatment is approached.

Recognizing how your unique experiences have shaped your truth and finding connection with you is essential to your therapeutic process

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There is hope for healing by implementing these therapeutic principles in your life, that’s why we use them. 

We would love the opportunity to walk alongside you as you discover your journey to peace.

Contact us to schedule an appointment. We look forward to hearing from you!

“My anxiety just melts away when I come here.” – J.P.

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Lets face it, who likes to talk about their crap with other people? 

If you’re like most clients, you’re used to being judged despite hearing so many people talk about non judgment and when you do open up, it seems like the more you share, the less likely you are to get compassion. 

We’ve worked our butts off to create a clinic where the unfiltered, real you, can show up and heal, so dammit give therapy a chance

We love the unfiltered real you, let’s heal together. – Utah Family Therapy Team