4 Healing Center & Animals 4 HealingTransformative, Compassionate, and Creative Care.
Who We Serve
4 Healing Center is an outpatient clinic offering supports for trauma, depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation and self-harm, grief and loss, difficult life transitions, and more. Our clinic welcomes individuals from all walks of life and backgrounds. Among others, this includes neurodivergent children and adults, LGBTQIA+ individuals, veterans, survivors of trauma, migrants and refugees, individuals with physical and cognitive disabilities, and those that do and do not ascribe to a system of faith.
At 4 Healing Center, we know Utah citizens face specific challenges in bridging social identities and systems of belief. We also know that therapy is an intimate process, and that healing requires a high degree of safety and trust. That is why we take extra care to train our staff to honor the unique identities of our clientele. This includes Cultural Sensitivity Training, Safe Space Training, and working with community resources to create accessible spaces to heal. We also take care to appropriately match our clients with therapists that possess the necessary training, specializations, insights, and competencies to best serve our clients.
As an outpatient clinic specializing in trauma, we rely on accurate diagnostics, evaluation, and assessment. We also train our staff to employ empirically and scientifically supported methods as a backbone to every treatment plan. This ensures that our clients receive the right level of care and interventions to meet their specific needs.
Research indicates that incorporating experiential techniques can enhance learning, confidence, social and emotional skills, and much more. That is why animals, nature, movement, art, and music are cornerstones of our practice. These techniques provide a safe and nonthreatening way to engage in therapy, especially for those who struggle with more traditional methods.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PRECAUTIONS
We are pleased to offer mental health counseling sessions via in-office appointments (masks required within the facility) and continued telehealth appointments. Please be aware that as COVID measures change, insurance companies may require in-office appointments for continued coverage. For those that would like to continue telehealth without coverage, we will be happy to discuss cash pay as an alternative option. Feel free to call us for more information. Find more community guidelines regarding the coronavirus at https://coronavirus.utah.gov/.