The Best Marriage and Family Therapy in Salt Lake City


Our Personalized Therapy Puts Your Family First

Pathways is a therapy center focused on marriage counseling, family therapy and so much more. You can trust our method because we aim for long-lasting treatment for you, your family, and your loved ones. 30 years of experience and research have allowed our program to create meaning and freedom in our clients’ lives long after completing the program.

Some Services We Offer

  • Grief and trauma counseling
  • Marriage and relationship therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Strength-based services
  • Creating meaning in your relationships

We successfully aim to help clients and their families/significant others revamp the unhealthy habits that limit their overall ability to create lasting change. We instill positive life changes and above all, encourage clients to value themselves and their companions for who they are.

Our Formula For A Meaningful Life

  • Gratitude and desire to give you hope
  • Honesty
  • Willingness and action to make a change
  • Commitment to your family and significant other
  • Integrity for enduring relationships

The effectiveness of Pathways in marriage and family therapy in Salt Lake City is seen through our treatment process. Pathways integrates the family to strengthen and repair current issues that may hinder the healing process. Our holistic approach involves loved ones who can help guide you through the struggle to find relief.

You have the power to change your relationships and bring hope and love back into your marriage and family. Take the step toward gratitude, honesty, and choice and contact us today at (801) 867-3550.

Debunking Myths About Schizophrenia

Debunking Myths About Schizophrenia  

Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder shrouded by an unfair stigma and cultural stereotypes. Although schizophrenia …

Hands Full of with Snow

3 Ways to Manage Your Mental Wellness During the Holidays

The Holiday season is the best time to spend time with friends and family. But for many people, this time can bring or worsen …

Pride Flag

5 Ways to Support the Mental Health of Your LGBTQ Loved Ones

Although mental health professionals considered homosexuality a mental illness between 1952 and 1973, today’s professional …