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UPA Address: 5442 South 900 East, Suite 512 | Salt Lake City, UT 84117 |(801) 410-0337

It can seem like a difficult and overwhelming task to investigate and start psychotherapy. With a little information about what is involved in finding a therapist and what to expect when you get there, it will be more manageable. The American Psychological Association has published a useful article to help you with your questions about therapy. It is called Understanding Psychotherapy and How It Works. Take a look.

If you have questions about mental health, we can help you get the answers. The Utah Psychological Association offers resources to help the public understand the importance of psychological health and general well-being.

You can contact us by phone at (801) 410-0337 or by e-mail at utahpsych@gmail.com

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some commonly asked questions about psychology.  If you have additional questions you can contact us by phone at (801) 410-0337 or by e-mail at utahpsych@gmail.com.

What is a Psychologist?

What are the different degrees and credentials that a psychologist may have?

How do I choose a psychologist?

Will my insurance cover the cost?

What are the different types of therapy?

What should I expect when I see a psychologist?

How will I know if therapy is working?

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