Find Mental Health Providers in Park City

Park City Mental Health Providers

Find licensed mental health providers in Park City, as well as other local resources that stand to make a positive impact on your mental health.

Trailtalk:Taking Therapy Outdoors—walk and talk therapy

1790 Sun Peak Drive Suite B105

Park City, Utah 84098

Additional location:

1760 Prospector Ave.

Park City, Utah 84060

(435) 513-2715

Christian Center of Park City—comprehensive therapy services

1283 Deer Valley Dr

Park City, Utah 84060

(435) 649-2260

Pathways Counseling Center—individual, couples, and family therapy

1283 Deer Valley Dr (second floor of Christian Center)

Park City, Utah 84060

(435) 649-2260

info@pathwaysparkcity.com

Park City Counseling—adult and couples therapy

2760 Rasmussen Rd.

Summit Center Bldg D Suite 200

Park City, UT 84098

(435) 513-2300

Pathways to Success—individual and couples therapy, substance addiction, and hypnotherapy

1901 Prospector Avenue Suite 22

Park City, Utah 84060

(435) 901-3218

Mountain Strength Wellness Center—individual, couples, and family therapy

2720 Homestead Rd

Park City, Utah 84098

(435) 615-7600

Summit Neuropsychology—comprehensive assessment and some therapy services

1389 Center Dr #200

Park City, Utah 84098

(435) 565-1816

Four Seasons Therapy—individual, couples, and family therapy

2760 West Rasmussen Rd, Building D, Suite 200

Park City, Utah 84098

(435) 901-1670

Dr. Kate Burton—doctoral-level therapy and assessment services

2065 Sidewinder Drive Suite 200

Park City, UT 84060

(435) 200-5525

Summit Counseling—youth and family therapy

2720 Homestead Road

Park City, Utah 84098

(801) 910-7193

audreyduross@yahoo.com

Jacqueline Hyde—doctoral-level therapy with a focus on trauma and addiction

3100 West Pinebrook Rd Suite 1250

Park City, Utah 84098

(801) 809-5050

Anne Tatti—assessment services and doctoral level therapy for individuals and families

2700 Homestead Road Suite 151

Park City, Utah 84098

435-494-4388

Mountain Life Counseling & Coaching—adolescent, adult, and family therapy

3100 Pinebrook Rd #1050

Park City, Utah 84098

(435) 200-3162

hillary@mountainlifecounseling.com

Amy Fehlberg—doctoral-level therapy and assessment services

1790 Sun Peak Drive Suite B105

Park City, Utah 84098

(435) 901-0759

amy@dramyfehlberg.com

Pathways of Healing—therapy services, trauma specialist

50 Shadow Ridge Place West Office Suite 4

Park City, Utah 84060

(435) 659-0761

Other Park City Mental Health Providers

  • Yoga & Meditation: There are several places for yoga in Park City, including The Shop yoga studio, Park City Yoga Studio, and the Silver Mountain Sports Club. For meditation centers, it’s all about what you’re looking for. Merging Rivers combines yoga, meditation, and holistic health services. Often, mindfulness-based therapy from a licensed therapist may hold the most potential for mental health benefits.
  • Acupuncture and Body Therapies: Very few Utah neighborhoods have so many options for acupuncture, so much so that many people travel from the Salt Lake Valley to find their preferred vendors. You can combine acupuncture with tai chi or qi gong classes at Longevity Acupuncture. Or, there’s acupuncture with brain wave optimization from Zante Spa. Feeling depressed following a joint injury? Summit Integrative Medicine offers prolotherapy for joint rejuvenation. Take your time and find the best fit for you.
  • Hypnotherapy: Utah allows for unlicensed hypnotherapists, but the most prominent options in Park City are offered from licensed mental health therapists. Pathways to Success and Jacqueline Hyde both offer hypnotherapy services, for example.

Neighborhood Info and Resources

Like many affluent neighborhoods, Park City has a relatively large number of mental health service providers and one of the lowest rates of depression for any Utah neighborhood. Still, the neighborhood’s idyllic vibe isn’t a cure-all for mental health issues. Even those whose outward life seems a bastion of health and fulfillment may struggle with internal demons. Stressful situations, medical conditions, and dumb-luck tragedies can strike anyone. If you’re struggling with psychological distress or behavioral impairments, don’t hesitate to reach out to a mental health professional in Park City.

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