UVU Community Family Mental Health Clinic

COVID-19 Modified Operations

With the increasing news and concern regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus, The UVU Community Family Mental Health Clinic is temporarily not accepting new clients at this time. We will resume providing clinical services in the near future. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we do our part to protect our students and community.

 

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Who are we?

The UVU mental health clinic offers affordable, quality therapy to students and members of the community.  We provide therapy services for individuals, couples, and families.

All clinical staff members are advanced graduate students in the M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy Program at UVU. These therapists-in-training are under direct supervision of clinical faculty supervisors. This allows the UVU Community Family Mental Health Clinic to provide high quality clinical services within a training environment.

The cost for therapy for students is $10 per session and $15 per session for members of the community.

 

What we do?

Clients are seen by appointment only. Sessions are typically 50 minutes, generally scheduled once per week. All client information, including video/audio recordings, are confidential and HIPPA compliant.

Therapeutic Services We Provide:

  • Individual Therapy                                                                                                   
  • Couples and Marital Therapy
  • Family and Child Therapy
  • Pre-marital Therapy
  • Remarriage and Step-Family Counseling
  • Mental Health Assessment and Diagnosing
  • Trauma Therapy

How our appointment process works

 

We are open Tuesday - Thursday from 1 - 9 p.m. To schedule an appointment, call (801) 863-4780. If calling outside of regular business hours, please leave a voice message with a phone number you can be reached. You will be called within 48 hours of our next regular business hours.

The UVU Community Family Mental Health Clinic is not an emergency clinic. Individuals in need of immediate treatment should call 911.