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We specialized in treating:
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Skin Picking Disorder
The Utah Therapy for Anxiety Disorders Clinic specializes in treating Anxiety Disorders, OCD, and OC spectrum Disorders.
We have been trained by the IOCD Foundation's Behavior Therapy Training Institute and coached by world renowned OCD experts.
The therapists at Utah Therapy for Anxiety Disorders are members of the International OCD Foundation. We presented a Children's Yoga/Mindfulness workshop two years ago in Los Angeles, and this year we will be presenting two Workshops in Chicago:
1) "The Doors of Uncertainty" – A workshop to help those experiencing rOCD.
2) "Disarm OCD with your Bully Proof Vest using ACT!" – A workshop for Children.
If you have any questions about the treatment we provide or would like to schedule an appointment with a therapist, call us or email us.
Nancy Larsen: 801-623-1996
Laura Harper: 801-830-0005
Lindsay Powell: 801-653-0403
Annabella Hagen: 801-427-1054
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Completed in 1999
Graduated in 1998
Completed in 2000
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For more than 16 years I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults struggling with anxiety disorders, behavioral and family Issues. I am the owner and clinical director for Utah Therapy for Anxiety Disorders. I began my private practice to better serve the community in response to the lack of local specialized expertise, and the overwhelming success I've had in treating OCD, OC spectrum disorders, and other anxiety disorders.
My interest in helping my community has led me to realize I cannot do it by myself and thus, I have added and trained an amazing team of therapists. Laura Harper, Nancy Larsen, and Lindsay Powell. They are excellent therapists who are committed to helping our community with their mental and emotional needs.
We have a passion as a team to teach clients the skills they need to overcome their specific challenges. We use ACT (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy alongside other evidenced-based treatments for OCD, OC spectrum disorders, anxiety disorders, and depression. Essential to the treatment we provide at our clinic is also Mindfulness training. Our goal is to teach you the skills you need to succeed in life.
I am a graduate of the International OCD Foundation's Behavior Therapy Training Institute and I ensure we use the most proven effective methods so our clients can achieve their treatment goals. We have successfully treated children, adolescents, and adults experiencing OCD, other Obsessive-Compulsive spectrum disorders, anxiety disorders, depression and other related disorders.
I am a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, having trained and worked extensively with children. I am also a Board Member for the Utah Association for Play Therapy.
Whether you or your child is struggling with OCD, depression, anxiety or other trials, ACT and CBT skills will be part of your treatment. We are committed to helping you live a valued and meaningful life. You will learn skills to become flexible with your thinking and frame your challenges in a different way. Mindfulness skills are essential in life and your treatment will include this training.
Treatment at our clinic is a "being in the present and doing" type of therapy. You can choose to do the home assignments in order to strengthen the skills taught during the sessions.
Whether your child is struggling with OCD, depression, anxiety disorders or behavioral challenges, we have specialized training in those areas and also in play therapy. When it comes to getting help for your children, you want the best type of treatment for them. Thus, we suggest that you consider the following when looking for the right therapist for your child: 1) a therapist who is experienced in working with children and who has also being trained by an experienced Play Therapist-Supervisor, and 2) a therapist who has been specifically trained to treat the disorder your child may be struggling with at the time.
At Utah Therapy for Anxiety Disorders, we can provide those essential components. We have child therapists who have been trained by a Play Therapist-Supervisor (Annabella Hagen, LCSW, RPT-S) and specialize in treating the disorders mentioned above.
When working with children, we believe parents are an essential component to the success of the treatment. During your child's treatment, you will also learn skills to strengthen your relationship with your children and improve their behavior.
International OCD Foundation
Board Member, Utah Association for Play Therapy
Association for Contextual Behavioral Science
Master of Social Work – Brigham Young University – 4/2000
Bachelor of Science – Psychology Major – Brigham Young University – 4/98
Licensed Clinical Social Worker – 2002
Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor – International Association for Play Therapy – 2006
BTTI Graduate – International OCD Foundation – 2012
At Utah Therapy for Anxiety Disorders, our style is non-judgmental and strength-based while aiming to attain positive changes in our client's lives –your life and/or your child's life. Together you and your therapist will identify goals to work on during and in between therapy sessions. Your progress will be assessed weekly to ensure treatment is being effective and is meeting your goals.
The modality we use for treating OCD clients has been designed based on research provided by the International OCD Foundation. Using the most proven effective methods, we treat OCD, anxiety disorders and depression here locally in Provo, Utah. Treatment includes the Assessment, ACT (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) skills, and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). Your therapist will provide home assignments to ensure you are learning and practicing the skills taught in treatment. We will also prepare you for setbacks –a normal situation to experience during and after treatment. We will prepare you with tools to get back to what really matters in your life.