Mindset Family Therapy

Our staff of licensed therapists have over 68 years of combined therapy experience.

Treatment Philosophy

We take an integrative approach to therapy that is personally tailored to your situation and needs. We combine the best of CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), mindfulness, and ERP (Exposure and Ritual Prevention). These skills will help expand your awareness and empower you to get out of your head — and into your life.

Mindset Family Therapy

OCD and Anxiety

Treatment is mapped according to your individual needs, with an integrative model that fuses traditional CBT and ERP with ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy).

Relationships

Each couple comes to therapy with a unique set of challenges. Throughout the therapeutic process, you and your partner will be taught skills that can enhance your relationship.

Scrupulosity

We understand scrupulosity (religious OCD) and the distinct nuances and sensitivities that come with a religious culture. Learn how to get back to enjoying your religion and life!

Other Needs

Whether it be depression, trauma, other anxiety disorders, or a host of other challenges — we have the expertise to deliver the personalized help you deserve.

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Recent Blog Posts

Coping with Germophobia in a Pandemic

Coping with Germophobia in a Pandemic

Annabella Hagen, LCSW, was interviewed and quoted as part of the article, “Coping with Germophobia in a Pandemic”, recently published in BYU’s The Daily Universe. Hagen said a common phrase she hears is, “Being a little OCD,” where the letters “OCD” are used as an adjective. “It’s done innocently, but society needs to understand that OCD is a serious and debilitating illness for many people,” Hagen said. “Their daily distress affects their functioning and quality of life. There is nothing ‘little’ about struggling with this illness.” Read full article here. Photo by National Cancer Institute on Unsplash
Coping with Losses Due to COVID-19

Coping with Losses Due to COVID-19

View original article published in Psych Central– Weddings, graduations, business meetings, travel, friends and family gatherings have been interrupted. Some activities we may have been looking forward to have been wiped out or postponed. Some people’s reaction can be anger, anxiety or stress. Others are mourning what could’ve been in sadness and frustration. A friend whose yearly tradition has been to enjoy the national college basketball tournament during March (March Madness) with his sons and their families is lamenting his loss. For his family, March is usually a time to watch their favorite basketball players and teams compete, and most importantly, an opportunity to bond with one another as a family. Many college students have mixed
Connecting to the Here and Now During Uncertainty

Connecting to the Here and Now During Uncertainty

If you struggle with uncertainty, the coronavirus crisis and other natural events in the world may only heighten your anxiety. If you tend to obsess about the future, your mind may be going a thousand miles a second providing a myriad of possible scenarios that could come true or not. Indeed, these are unprecedented times. The “what if” thoughts abound among all of us. You are not alone. As you read the news about the virus spreading, the fight-or-flight response is evident. It’s easy to go down the labyrinth of fear. Social distancing is limiting, and this has placed extra emotional stress because of our natural need for human connection. So what can we do? “To everything (turn, turn, turn) there is a season (turn, turn, turn), and a time

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3507 North University Avenue Suite 150 Provo, UT 84604

mindsetfamilytherapy@gmail.com

(801) 427-1054