Find Mental Health Providers in Moab

Moab Mental Health Providers

Local mental health providers in Moab include licensed therapists, custom treatment centers, a major health network, and community-based resources.

Four Corners Behavioral Health—comprehensive, community-based mental health services

198 E Center St

Moab, Utah 84532

(435) 259-6131

Sunrise Counseling—youth, adult, couples, and family therapy

Moab Regional Hospital

476 Williams Way

Moab, Utah 84532

(435) 719-5550

antjer@mrhmoab.org

Nancy Anderson Counseling—individual and couples therapy

50 E Center St #1

Moab, Utah 84532

(970) 708-0078

Moab Free Health Clinic—mental health services for uninsured/underinsured

380 N 500 West

Moab, Utah 84532

(435) 259-1113

info@moabfreehealthclinic.org

Seekhaven Family Crisis & Resource Center—crisis intervention with a focus on domestic violence and sexual assault

81 N 300 East

Moab, Utah 84532

(435) 259-2229

Other Mental Health Providers in Moab

  • Yoga & Meditation: If you’re thinking about yoga as a coping method for recent trauma or abuse, we recommend Sol Kula, as this studio is located in the same building as the Seekhaven crisis center. If you’re thinking about yoga as a long-term hobby and life passion, Moab Yoga probably offers a more diverse set of yoga classes and disciplines. Or if you’re just interested in dabbling in yoga as part of a larger exercise routine, the Southtown Gym might be the place for you.
  • Acupuncture and Body Therapies: There are a few different options depending on what you’re looking for. Maybe your mental health troubles are primarily about managing pain, and maybe this pain is something that can be helped by Red Valley Chiropractic. But for a lot of locals, the place to go is the Moab Acupuncture Clinic—for acupuncture and a number of related body therapies.
  • Hypnotherapy: Unlike Utah’s major population centers, we didn’t find a dedicated hypnotherapy center in Moab. No matter, the licensed mental health counselor, Nancy Anderson, offers meditation services as well as expert guidance about how to use hypnosis as a mental health therapy.

Neighborhood Info and Resources

It’s no secret that Moab and Arches National Park is one of the most fun, beauty-driven spots in the entire country. Perhaps it should come as no surprise then that Moab/Grand County also has one of the state’s lowest rates of depression. That said, if you talk to local mental health professionals who are dedicated to helping those with psychological distress and/or behavioral impairment, you’ll get a more nuanced picture. All the open sky and geological features in the world can’t fix every problem. But there are also several places in Moab where you can go for relief and lasting improvement for a whole range of mental health problems.

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