The first of its kind, an Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program designed spceifically for members of the LGBTQ+ community struggling with substance misuse and mental health challenges.
We provide effective therapy for individuals, couples, and families challenged by mental health, addiction, and relationship issues in Salt Lake City and Park City. We help with substance and process addictions, depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. We provide comprehensive LGBTQ+ affirmative services; integrating the unique needs of the LGBTQ+ community, including gender affirmation assessments and documentation. Our practice is defined by three core principles: Competence, Compassion, and Collaboration.
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM
Discover Solutions as You Work
Through Your Recovery
We specialize in helping people with these concerns
- Depression, anxiety, and obsessive compulsive disorders
- Mood imbalances, melancholy, and mood swings
- Bipolar tendencies
- Addiction to drugs and alcohol and substance abuse
- Process addictions like gambling, pornography, sex, and work addictions
- Family issues, co-dependency, and enabling
- Marital/couples issues
- Life changes, grief, and loss
- Trauma and abuse, PTSD, and medical trauma
- Personality issues
- Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA)
- LGBTQ, feminist, and multi-cultural issues
- Chronic pain and illness
- Professional athlete and sports counseling
Other licensed professions with addiction
What We Do
Regardless of the challenges a person, couple, or family is facing, we can be of help. We define our practice by three core principles: competence, compassion, and collaboration, and we work with clients who have a substance or process addiction, anxiety, bipolar disorder, or depression, along with many other issues. We do so using evidence-based therapies, meaning we are skilled in using the types of therapy that has been proven to be effective. Our goal is to help our clients create a meaningful and balanced life.
For treatment to be effective, clients need to feel comfortable with their therapist and medical providers. In fact, clinical studies have consistently shown that the most influential therapeutic factor in people getting well is the therapy relationship with their therapist. To help people decide on which therapist would be best for them, we provide information on each therapist on the “About” page. If more details are desired, feel free to contact us.
Visit the “Events” page to learn more about upcoming groups and workshops we are facilitating. Here individuals can find details on our IOP group, community events, and our general clinic calendar.
Red Willow is committed to providing helpful information to our clients and the community. Our therapists frequently post useful information on managing sadness or stress, what to expect in therapy, the dangers of the opioid epidemic, and ways for a family to have a successful intervention. Check out our blog regularly for new updates.
Resources for Clients and the Community
There are many ways that people benefit from therapy. Often people have questions before and during therapy, or need additional information. To help clients feel comfortable beginning therapy, we have a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page in our Resources section. We also provide handouts on a variety of topics, book suggestions, informational Ted Talks, and links to other websites. Our goal is to continue to provide tools for continued growth to clients, family, and friends. Feel free to explore our resources section for additional support.
We are open 8am to 8pm Monday through Friday, or 9am to 3pm on Saturday.