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Tamara Manley, LCSW

Tamara Manley, LCSW

Tamara Manley (Provo)

I am a lover of humanity and advocate for love and acceptance.  I have gone to bat for many individuals throughout my career, helping them fight for their families, their careers, their way of life, their culture, and their identities. 

earned a Bachelors Degree in Social Work from BYU-Hawaii and a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. I am the mother of 2 beautiful children; Nainoa and Amaia.


LGBTQ+ Therapist, LGBTQ+ Counseling, Mental Health Counseling Utah County

Sammy Brown, CMHC

Sammy Brown (Telehealth Only)

I bring humor and a positive attitude, along with my clinical skills, to our therapy sessions. My priority is to help you feel comfortable and safe, with the goal of building a solid relationship that can be instrumental in propelling you forward toward a wonderful future. 

I have been a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor for 22 years. I have deep empathy for others; I understand that life can bring with it many difficult times. I have dedicated my life to helping others learn to love themselves and guiding them through their journey. 

I work with individuals, couples, families, and also work in crisis counseling. I am an avid advocate and ally for the LGBTQ++ community. I am sensitive to the needs of various populations and approach everyone I meet with love and acceptance.


Direct Contact:

[email protected]

(970) 629-5304

LGBTQ Counseling, Salt Lake City Counselor, Psychotherapist Utah

Terri Jones, ACMHC

Terri Jones (Sugarhouse)

Life doesn’t always go according to plan. And, sometimes there isn’t a plan, or it’s someone else’s plan, or the plan simply isn’t working. I offer a compassionate space where you can feel safe and supported as we explore the unexpected or ongoing turbulence your life. My trauma-informed approach to counseling is centered on building a trust-based collaboration that will support you as you begin to experience meaningful change. We’ll rely on a process of discovery to determine which counseling approach, or combination of approaches, will fit best for you. Together we’ll uncover your unique path to the life you want to live.


My work focuses on healing from trauma, relationship issues, life and belief transitions, anxiety, depression and grief. Together we will utilize Self-compassion, EMDR, Acceptance and Commitment therapy, Mindfulness, and other evidence-based counseling approaches to bring about the change you want for yourself.


I work with youth, adults, and couples who come from a broad spectrum of cultural and spiritual backgrounds, gender identities and sexual orientations. I welcome the opportunity to speak with you by phone before a first appointment. This will give us an opportunity to determine whether or not we would be a good team as you set out to discover and grow.

SLC counselor, Salt Lake City Counselor, LGBTQ Counselor, LGBT, Pride

Jacob Lopez, ACMHC

Jacob Lopez (Downtown Salt Lake City)

 My style is relaxed, supportive, and conversational. I offer insights and solutions through empathy and direct communication. I intend to assist you in finding solutions to life's adversities, challenges, and mental health concerns. Together, we will foster personal development and liberation from unsatisfying or painful patterns of living. We will get curious about the interactions of your personal experiences by considering the past and the present, your specific body, your specific mind, how they connect, and how your brain creates fantasies and realities. 


Through this curiosity, we will create an in-depth exploration that can set a process of personal transformation in motion. I will support you in creating value regarding your experience of ethnicity, sexual attraction, and socioeconomic background with the desire to bring increased meaning to your life. I hope to connect you with your “aliveness” and to expand your sense of person choice and freedom.

I know that therapy can be a difficult process, but with time and consistent work. 


I believe that you can get past the problematic hardships in order to keep you moving forward with your life. As we work together, I am here to help support you in your journey to finding your best self and overall success in life.

multicultural counseling, Spanish speaking counseling, LGBTQ, Hispanic, Counseling

Helder Alves, ACMHC-i

Helder Alves (Sandy)

By bringing unconsciousness into consciousness, we can come to understand why we do the things we do. I want to help you have a safe space and time to gain skills, insight, and encouragement to be your true self. I am passionate about helping people achieve their potential and assist them along the process. 


I am currently completing my master’s degree at the University of Phoenix in the Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I utilize various therapeutic approaches to assist my clients. Some of the approaches I use are psychodynamic, person-center therapy, and narrative therapy. 


I am open to working with any population and many presenting concerns, including anxiety, depression, and trauma. Areas of special interest and ongoing expanding expertise include working with trauma, sexual abuse survivors, sex therapy, understand sexuality, open/polyamorous relationships, faith crisis/transition, and culturally sensitive.


I am passionate about diversity I work to accommodate and respect everyone. Please feel free to schedule an appointment.


Se Habla Español! 


I speak Portuguese, Cape Verdean Creole, English, and Spanish.


Direct Contact:

[email protected]

(801) 477-6398

Sandy counselor, sandy mental health, provo counselor, lgbt affirming, transgender specialist

Beth Gray, ACMHC

Elizabeth "Beth" Gray (Sandy and Provo)

Hi, please call me Beth! As a mental health professional, I strive to be a healing force when people need it the most.

Over the last decade, I have been guiding families to achieve harmony, helping them adjust to changes in their family dynamic and structure. I have worked as a board member for Empowering Fearless Birth and The Birth Circle, working to improve rights for people, pregnancy, childbirth, breast/chest feeding, and postpartum concerns. Much of that focus has been helping new parents with the emotional struggles with changing families. Through this I have gained familiarity, ease, and valuable skills in working with children and adolescent clients. 

I have completed level I training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, a specialized set of therapy skills and approaches for marriage and family counseling. I have also received training from Postpartum Support International.

I have gained a passion for social justice and am proactive in helping make the world a better place by helping one person at a time, with the overarching goal of improving harmony for all. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community I understand hardships faced by minorities. I use that passion to support people no matter what stage of life they are in, or challenges and changes they are experiencing.

My free time is spent playing Board, Tabletop, and Role Playing games. I am a super nerd/geek at heart. These skills have helped me to approach each client with strategies that are designed specifically for their ever changing needs. 


Direct Contact:

[email protected]

(801) 900-3242

mental health counselor in sandy utah

Kerri Birch, ACMHC

Kerri Birch (Sandy)

I recognize that beginning counseling takes great courage. My goal is to create a safe non-judgmental and confidential space for us to work together to resolve, cope with, and find solutions for what you may be dealing with. I look forward to walking alongside you in your journey as a guide and confidant in confronting the challenges you face. As a graduate of the University of Phoenix CACREP accredited Master of Clinical Mental Health Program I studied under seasoned faculty members who’ve been in the counseling and teaching field for many years, delving into curriculum that was challenging, current, relevant and thorough.


You’ll find me to be a firm believer in person-centered therapy, in which the focus is on building a strong relationship and fully trusting you to lead me in the direction to understanding how I can best assist you. Some of the other therapeutic approaches I use include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), trauma informed therapy, narrative therapy, and LGBTQ+ affirmative therapy. My client base is broad and diverse as I work with many populations and many presenting concerns, including anxiety, depression, gender dysphoria, exploration of sexual orientation, emotional regulation, faith crises, life transitions, grief and loss, and relationship counseling. My experience also includes work in the addiction therapy field from my time spent working at residential treatment center.


Currently, I am staying on top of new research as it emerges regarding the effects of global situations, such as the pandemic, on our mental health. I am a member of the American Mental Health Counselor Association (AMHCA), the Utah Mental Health Counselor Association (UMHCA), and the LGBTQ+ Affirmative Therapists Guild. Please feel free to schedule online, call, or text for an appointment. I look forward to helping you achieve your best authentic self!


Direct Contact:

[email protected]

(801) 556-5597

Utah transgender specialist, sandy counselor, lgbt specialist

TJ Harmon, ACMHC

TJ Harmon (Sandy)

As an experiential therapist, I focus on awareness of the whole self, authenticity, and balance in life. While the past is critical to understanding the present, I encourage a here-and-now approach to healing the past.

When I look at an individual, it is easy to observe the many components that complete that person. Your uniqueness and value is enhanced, affirmed and validated as you come to accept the person you are. I like to compare it to a puzzle. All pieces are different, and necessary to complete the whole. When a piece is missing, the puzzle is incomplete. 

Through awareness, assimilation, and balance, I encourage you to reunite the parts of yourself that you have cut off or shut down, so the completed picture is whole, and unbroken. I believe firmly the whole person must be addressed, and that only then is true authenticity and full self-actualization possible.

As a transgender trans-masculine person, I am culturally sensitive, affirmative, and open to the uniqueness of the individuals I work with, be they of the LGBTQ+ population or otherwise. Having grown up in the LDS faith, I have personally navigated the LDS/LGBTQ+ dynamic and feel confident in my abilities to help you do the same in a way that works for you.

I have 5+ years of experience working with children and teens who struggle with the autism spectrum disorder addressing social and other behavioral issues. I am experienced with play therapy and applied behavioral analysis techniques.


Direct Contact:

[email protected]

(801) 494-3403

Sandy Mental Health Counselor, Transgender Mental Health Specialist

Jonah Burk, CMHC

Jonah Burk (Sandy)

Life can be challenging and can sometimes get in the way of our happiness. This can lead to problems that can be difficult to work through on our own. I work with clients to resolve these problems by utilizing their strengths and resources. I also provide different perspectives and therapeutic modalities to achieve each client’s individualized goals.

I specialize in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) as well as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). I believe each client has the skills and resources within them to overcome the challenges they face. I provide a nonjudgmental space in which clients can explore and resolve these challenges.

I offer afternoon and evening appointments. I also encourage email communication regarding the therapy process, your questions, and any concerns.


Direct Contact:

[email protected]

(385) 743-0126

gender therapists utah, faith crisis

Taylor Nielsen, CMHC-i

Taylor Nielsen (Sandy)

I appreciate and acknowledge the strength and courage it takes to start counseling. Our mental health is not often given priority. We live in a busy stressful world and while we take care of our physical selves, our mental and emotional selves are not given the love and care it needs.

The counseling relationship is a wonderful partnership that I can't wait to start with you, that is why I am such a big fan of Person-Centered Therapy. These are your sessions, I am here to help!

I have been working in the mental health field for 6 years working in various group homes and residential treatment centers with many populations including adolescents and adults. I graduated with my Bachelor's degree in Behavioral Science from UVU and finishing up my Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling through Southern New Hampshire University. Give me a call or email and let's begin this journey together!


Direct Contact:

[email protected]

(435) 239-4076

couples counseling, faith crisis, LGBTQ, Utah, Provo, Orem

Emily Bridenstine, MFT-i

Emily Bridenstine (Provo)

I am passionate about helping individuals overcome self-rejection and begin to accept themselves and who they can become. We can achieve self-acceptance by first discovering where this rejection came from and making small adjustments to the way that we view our worlds.

I have a very special place in my heart for those who struggle with pornography addiction. I can work with you to remove shame and guilt and free yourself from the cycle of addiction. In the past, I taught a comprehensive four-week workshop on how loved ones can be impacted by an individual’s pornography addiction. This workshop included an explanation of the biological, social, and emotional effects, factors that encourage, and common symptoms of pornography use.

I am currently completing my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University and work under the guidance of Isaac Vazquez, CMHC, LMFT. As an intern marriage and family therapist, I received specialized training in couples and family therapy. I can help you connect with each other and create a loving and supportive relationship, or family, where you can grow together rather than grow apart.

I would feel privileged to get to know you and begin our journey together, so please don’t hesitate to contact me via email or a phone call.


Direct Contact:

[email protected]

(435) 554-8401

Sandy and Provo Counselors

Jay Snyder, LCSW

Jason "Jay" Snyder (Sandy and Provo)

Here's a quick glance at a few ideas behind what I do:

I see a person of what ever age with their inherent sense of dignity and work with their self-determination; I aid in the healing, brainstorming or clarifying process if a person is willing to change; if and when diagnoses are necessary for insurance or validation then that is all it is-not as an identifier of who the person is, the person is much more than that; I operate with the idea we are all learning! Let's look where you want to go, not just where you don't. I work to start noticing strengths, what is working and what is going well and how we can use this in different areas of life.  

Therapy is not about me. During our meetings I take the role of the guide not as the expert. The idea is you becoming more the expert of your life as you learn. I will, however, guide your process more or less at times, ask you important questions when needed, and challenge your thoughts and assumptions if they seem to work against you. To offset the honesty, reflection and mindfulness my therapeutic style also include some humor and fun-although that is a relative term.

I work within schools, so I am well versed working with kids of all ages, from kindergarten to seniors. I am also well versed working with the adults having challenges with kids of these ages.

Before moving into mental health I worked within fitness and wellness for over ten years. I use this understanding in multiple ways including creating boundaries, prioritizing, need for play and self-care.  


Direct Contact:

[email protected]

Sandy counselor

Adrienne Gamble, ACMHC

Adrienne Gamble (Telehealth Only)

I have a strong desire to serve others! I enjoy learning who people are and seeing the picture of their life. How can I help you improve the perspective you have on your life? How can I help you improve your life? I can assist in mitigating traumas, anxieties, depression, and various other hold-ups to help you free mental and emotional space to feel empowered to enjoy your life and the world around you.

I work to anticipate the needs of others and listen carefully to make sure I am hearing you correctly. I listen carefully so I can hear the pieces of the puzzle that only you have knowledge of, to use those to help empower you to control your future, accept your past, overcome obstacles, and be the master of your own life. 


Direct Contact:

[email protected]

(801) 624-8406