Marriage & Family Therapy
The Marriage and Family Therapy division provides high quality, low cost marital and family therapy services to the public and provides a training environment for master's degree students majoring in marriage and family therapy. Because the Marriage & Family Therapy division is a training facility, graduate students in marriage and family therapy conduct the therapy sessions. While conducting therapy, the therapists-in-training are under the direct supervision of clinical faculty members who are all licensed Marriage and Family Therapists. The center's facility allows for observation of sessions by clinical supervisors and videotaping sessions.
Therapy services are provided to address the following:
- Marital or family dissatisfaction
- Conflict, arguments, fighting, or violence
- Children's difficulties, including school achievement, relationships at home, or individual problems
- Sexual problems or concerns
- Repeated illnesses, especially those related to stress
- Difficulty with chemical abuse or dependence
- Eating disorders
Fees are determined on a sliding fee scale based on income and family size. Fees are paid at the time of each appointment.
The following are licensed therapists who currently provide supervision to marriage and family therapy students.
Monday–Friday: 8:00 am–5:00 pm
To schedule an appointment or for any questions regarding services, please contact the Behavioral Health Clinic:
The Sorenson Center is not a crisis clinic.
In an emergency, please call 911 or Campus Police at 435-797-1939
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- Bear River Mental Health crisis line: 435-752-0750
- CAPSA Crisis Line and Mobile Crisis Response team (for domestic violence and sexual assault services in Cache Valley): 435-753-2500