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Grief Counseling in Utah - Trauma and Bereavement Treatment

Grief Counseling

There are many emotions which are not only difficult to define but are even more challenging to understand. Among the most demanding and confusing to experience is grief. Grief can manifest itself in many ways, but generally is described as a deep sensation of sadness, especially after loss. Grief looks and feels differently for each person. Crying, screaming, yelling, withdrawing, isolating or creatively expressing one’s grief are just some of the ways feelings are processed. Further still, some people are not sure of what they need. Their behavior may seem erratic and unpredictable. They may prefer the company of friends, or withdraw completely. No matter the expression of grief, it is important to know that help is always available. If you are experiencing symptoms of loss that are affecting your life, counseling might be a good fit to help find the answers.

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Pathways Real Life Recovery of Utah believes in a tailored approach to bereavement, meaning that we meet each client where they are, fitting our grief counseling to suit individual and personal needs. Sometimes an objective person has a unique perspective which can provide new insights into life’s challenges.   As a team, Pathways support clients in reaching their goals through customized strategies. Especially when it comes to grief, you never have to be alone.

Losses That Cause Grief

Grief is a normal response to loss. Many people think of grief as a response to losing a loved one, however, loss can take many shapes. Other events that may trigger grief are those less expected, for example, the loss of health, a job, or a beloved pet. Events like divorce, miscarriage, infertility, moving, or being deployed may also trigger grief. Although many people ascribe grief to sad events, typically joyful events, like the birth of a child, for example, may simultaneously cause a grieving over a loss of freedoms, adult conversation, or quality of life shared between couples.

Traumatic Grief

With the forms of grief that exists, there is an equal amount of differing types of grief. Although trauma is relative to the person experiencing a traumatic event, its effect on grief is very concrete. Intensely traumatic events such as a violent death, homicide or suicide can trigger a strong form of grieving known as traumatic grief. The reaction to these events is further intensified depending on the closeness of a person to the event; for example, if they personally witnessed or were affected by a traumatic event.

Reactions to traumatic grief may include persistent, distressing preoccupation or fixation on the event that led to the loss. This preoccupation can be triggered at any moment, by anything and can be unpredictable, causing a person to focus on the traumatic aspects like the nature of the death, intense focus on the last moments of the deceased, amount of suffering endured, fixation on the severity of a mutilating injury, or obsession with the malicious or intentional nature of the death.

Grief Counseling Techniques

Since there are many forms of grief, there are also many individualized treatments available. If your bereavement feels overwhelming or interferes with your ability to function normally, treatment may help you process your loss and begin to live a happy, healthy life once again. Some treatments for grief include the following:

  • Medications – Symptoms such as sleep disturbance and anxiety, for example, can distract a grieving individual from processing an event. Medications are used to alleviate problematic symptoms in order to allow a person to begin to work at the root of the problem. Common medications prescribed during grief counseling may include antidepressants or mood stabilizers.
  • Supportive Therapy - Supportive therapy is a skilled method of empathetically supporting a client by being an attentive outlet for emotions.
  • Client-Centered Therapy - During this practice, the therapist takes on a supportive, non-directive role while the client becomes responsible for actively engaging in steps toward healing.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) - CBT is a skills-based method where the therapist supports the client in learning about individual triggers;  then works with the client to create a skills-based strategy to address symptoms as they occur.
  • Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT)Similar to CBT, Dialectical Behavior Therapy is a holistic approach which allows a client to observe negative behavioral and thought patterns and integrate skills like meditation to alleviate symptoms
  • Family Therapy - Family members work together to improve communication and solve problems in a supportive manner.

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When to See a Professional for Grief, Trauma, or Bereavement Counseling

The grieving process takes many forms and has many effects on quality of life. Severe changes in behavior, intense physical reactions such as sleep and appetite disturbances, or a preoccupation with death and contemplation of suicide may mean it’s time to seek out a professional grief counselor in the greater Salt Lake area who can help manage symptoms or make appropriate referrals. If symptoms of grief are not addressed they may become debilitating, becoming complicated, unresolved, protracted, traumatic, or complicated grief. Complicated grief has features of both post-traumatic stress disorder and depression.

Other indicators of problematic grief and loss may include:

  • Constant yearning or preoccupation for the individual or situation lost, including distressing memories, feelings of meaninglessness or the desire for death in order to be with the lost loved one
  • Frequent crying outbursts or other displays of extreme emotions like anger or depression
  • Self-blame for the loss, though the individual could not have prevented it
  • Excessive avoidance of reminders of the person or situation
  • Trouble trusting or a sense of detachment from others
  • Decreased self-esteem, difficulty in identifying one’s role in life
  • Difficulty planning for the future
  • Extremely distressing anxiety or depression
  • Symptoms lasting longer than 12 months

Grief and trauma counseling gives people an immediate outlet for their mourning, allowing them a safe place, free from the outside pressures where they can focus solely on their needs and mourn freely. In most cases, insurance will cover counseling, however, you will want to check with your insurance carrier for plan specifics. For more information on grief and trauma counseling, call us at 801-895-3006 or fill out our contact form to speak to a caring representative today.

Pathways Real Life Recovery is a Grief Counseling Center in Salt Lake County, Utah

Everybody deals with death a little differently, whether internally, externally, or a combination of the two. When death strikes, some people simply cannot handle the overwhelming grief on their own and require assistance. This is where grief and trauma counseling can help. Feeling misunderstood and not wanting to be burdensome, grieving individuals commonly experience feelings of frustration and helplessness. Professional support with a Utah grief counselor or group can ease the disruptive and complex emotions surrounding grief. Seeking help is particularly important for addressing accompanied symptoms of depression.

 

It is never too early or too late to get help dealing with grief.

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I can’t say enough good things about this program. I’ve battled depression, anxiety, OCD and emotional regulation for most of my life. It wasn’t until 2020 that I recognized that I couldn’t do it on my own. I went to residential treatment for two months. It was the hardest thing that I’ve ever had to do for several reasons. I can’t speak enough about how great the clinical team and staff were there. Through one-on-one sessions, groups and activities, I learned a lot about myself and picked up a lot of good coping skills. After completing residential, I spent some time in IOP. The experience was similar. Through working with a therapist, a RS and groups, I felt myself growing. All and all, I spent about six months in the program and was sent out to take on the work with my new tools.It got tricky down the line, though, as the tools will always be there, but you have to have the ability to use them. It got away from me.After some personal issues, I ended back in residential treatment at the start of 2022. It was a fight for me. I was challenged in ways that I had never been before. I did find something in myself that gave me the confidence to keep pushing. I completed residential and moved on to IOP again.Things are different now. While they’re not perfect, I have acknowledged that it will always be a lot of work. I feel confident in the skills that I’ve learned and the tools that I’ve picked up. It took a lot of work for me and my treatment team to get there.If you’re looking for residential, this is the place. It’s comfortable, you get three good meals a day, the staff is great and are always on hand, you get a fair share of outdoor activities in a beautiful area to figure it out and most importantly, it gives you a safe place recover.I came to Pathways twice. It was hard to come back the second time because I felt like I failed after falling apart after my first journey. It wasn’t the end of the world. This speaks to how much trust, confidence and faith that I have in Michelle, her treatment team and staff. I am forever grateful to have been able to go on this journey with this team.
Jacques Garcia
Jacques Garcia
15:45 18 Apr 22
When Chelsey called me to set up an intake appointment, I was in a very low place. She got me into an appointment that day, and in that short phone call alone I felt so much genuine love and concern from her. During the intake, I was given even more love! I could tell that everyone I spoke with genuinely cared about me and my well being. They went above and beyond that day for me, and gave me hope and help that I desperately needed in that moment.
Ashton Holt
Ashton Holt
05:46 11 Apr 22
Pathways saved my life. Had I know my experience would have been this great I would have sought out treatment years ago. I was treated with love and respect the minute I walked in the door. The staff at Glennwood treated me like family. The therapists and medical staff were the best I have ever worked with. I cannot say enough good about Michelle and the program she has put together.
Randy Yates
Randy Yates
17:05 08 Apr 22
Here's a TL;DR - This program is life-changing. The staff is AMAZING and you can tell that they really care about the work they're doing and the people they are helping. They use multiple forms of therapy to make it all work together to truly heal the person. I'm only a few weeks in and I'm noticing a huge difference. I noticed a big difference in my mood within a week and the more I go the more confident I feel in myself and my ability to heal through the tools they are teaching me and the support they are offering me. I highly recommend Pathways, wholeheartedly.Initial assessment: Michelle and Tchelsey heard a little bit about what I was going through and asked me to come in for an assessment. Michelle made me feel comfortable right away and throughout the assessment I felt heard and understood, even though I had to say very little. Through the assessment it became very clear that Michelle cares about the people that she is helping (we both got emotional). Near the end of the assessment, knowing my financial and insurance situation, Michelle offered to scholarship me. I almost couldn't believe it. As soon as I left I just sobbed. I never dreamed I'd have access to such an amazing program. I've been needing this kind of program my whole life, and Michelle is giving me the opportunity to finally heal 30 years of trauma.PHP: I'm enrolled in the partial hospitalization program for trauma, which means that I am there from 9 - 2 every weekday. They also have an evening program If you have to go to work during the day. I've been in and out of therapy for 20 years and I can tell you that I'm learning so many amazing new skills that I've never even heard of before.Josh is both my individual therapist and he runs the trauma group. He's super down to earth, is open about his life and trauma, and he's really good at helping me feel comfortable enough to open up and be real about what's going on in my life and with my trauma. He is so good at explaining new concepts and assuring us that we don't have to understand everything all at once. He is an amazing teacher and he is so good at sitting with you in your trauma, letting you feel it, understand it, and then helping you walk through it and to the other side so that it doesn't affect you the same. A lot of my past therapists would kind of throw bandaid coping skills at me without a lot of context, but it wasn't until being in this trauma group that I have felt like I'm actually healing to the full extent. And I'm gaining new skills to keep healing from whatever gets thrown at me in my life.The recovery specialists are great. Nate has been so validating and helpful and I always walk away from my appointments with him feeling hopeful and ready to move forward.One day when Josh was out sick, Jerom (he is one of the therapists and runs an IOP group) subbed and did his IOP group for us. Jarom has such a calm and kind energy. You can't help but feel good when you're around him. I was having a really emotional day, and after his group I felt amazing. I felt more connected to myself and more connected to the people in my group. It was a very mindful, grounding experience.Tina runs multiple groups and they are each so good for different reasons. I feel like Tina is good at relating to each of us and helping us process shame, learn about the different parts of ourselves and why those different parts exist. She's good at meeting us at our level and is really good at validating or past experiences.Chelsea, who runs yoga/mediation is so kind and validating. She relates to each of us and has an amazing energy to be around. Each session, she asks what we are needing out of group that day and she caters to the needs of the group that day. It's really nice. Yoga days are probably my favorites.I could seriously keep going on about every staff member but Google will only let me type so much. Sage and Maasen at the front desk, Kim, Lana, Jaryd...EVERYONE there is just amazing.
Katie Taylor
Katie Taylor
22:28 25 Mar 22
My daughter was recently in the inpatient (Glenwood) and outpatient (Sandy) program. I cannot say enough good things. Michelle and Keegan were amazing and helped my daughter get her light and her life back. All of the faculty and therapists there are awesome!! I am so grateful that we sent my daughter to Pathways!!
Cassie Kerby
Cassie Kerby
21:18 14 Mar 22
Pathways changed my entire life! If you are considering mental health treatment do yourself a favor and come to pathways!
Lillian Street
Lillian Street
18:08 14 Dec 21
I was at my lowest point when Michelle came into my life. She had nothing to gain from helping me. Not even money. My insurance was gone and i was a lost cause. This program woke my consciousness and I found my true identity and it has nothing to do with being an addict. I attended many treatment centers before this program. This one is different because of individual treatment plans designed to build us back up and let go of the shame from our negative behaviors. Helping me repair my thoughts eventually healed my heart. I am so grateful pathways taught me that my happiness is my responsibility and helped me to find it. Michelle is a saint who guided me when no one else wanted me. If you really want to get better call here and ask them to help you.
Erin Stearns
Erin Stearns
20:14 16 Jul 21
Pathways saved my life. Definitely recommend for anyone that needs help psychologically, mentally, or addiction. Love everyone from here. This place is literally the best therapy I’ve ever received. I’ve been going to therapists since I was 4 years old. And this is the only place that has actually helped me.
Traci Kenner
Traci Kenner
00:00 16 Jul 21
This treatment is amazing, it is different from other places and the staff and clients are all amazing and helpful, i came in worried and wary but very soon i felt welcomed and like i could relate with the other clients and like the therapists really cared for me. This place is absolutely amazing it made a huge change in my life and the clients felt like family with how caring and understanding they are.
Chase Willoughby
Chase Willoughby
23:14 29 Jun 21
Pathways gave me my life back. More specifically, they gave me the strength and courage to rebuild my life into something truly beautiful. I have spent the last two years slowly going downhill, physically and emotionally, until I was barely living at all. I didn't drive because I was too anxious, I didn't leave the house because of anxiety and depression. Finally my husband and our therapist asked me if I was willing to go inpatient somewhere to get help with my mental health and my medications. I was willing to get help. My husband and I found and chose Pathways by reading these reviews. I looked at the website and just the way they spoke about their passion for mental health care and the programs that they offered, I knew that this is where I wanted to go. I called and spoke to Chelsea and I met with her in person the next day. She made me feel so cared about and so safe to commit to the program.I went inpatient at the Glenwood facility a few days later. I thought I would fall apart when I got there, but I was able to fit right in. It felt like a family. The other clients were so welcoming and so kind, and the staff as well made me feel at home. The staff took care of all of my needs in a loving and safe manner. I jumped right in to the program. I was physical, I was brave. They made sure I had the support I needed to succeed in every day's activities.We went hiking, walking, to the gym, to meditate in the mountains, to equine therapy (which will change how you see and feel about horses in every way), yoga, Qi-Gong, energy work, reading, and a lot of group therapy (and I mean educational and effective group therapy that can be very hard to find). You have a therapist and recovery specialist to help guide you and your activities. You have an amazing doctor and nurses there to help you. Part of the process that I was very pleased with was changing from high doses of addictive medications to appropriate doses of healthy medications. It was so liberating to not be controlled by my medications anymore. That made me see and feel how strong I had become. I also become physically stronger and I lost 25lbs in my two months there, not a bad side effect of living an active life for the first time in years.My bedroom at Pathways was so beautiful. We all treated each other like roommates. We weren't called patients, we are called clients. And we were not treated like patients, but as clients treated with respect. We treated each other in the home with respect and worked as a group in all that we did, everyone had each other's back. I met some amazing people, both in the clients and the staff. They made a monumental difference in my life. I spent 10 weeks at Pathways and I'm deeply grateful for every day.I'm now home and participating in the PHP and later on in the IOP programs. I go to the Sandy location Mon-Fri 9-2. I have a therapist there as well as a recovery specialist. We participate in group therapy, individual therapy and continued care by the same medical doctor.I am so fortunate to have found Pathways and I truly mean this. They gave me every opportunity to grow and learn. I cried the day I realized I had gotten my self-esteem back. I don't think I ever really had it until now. I'm so grateful for my life and all that I have. I'm so very grateful for Chelsea and Michelle and all of the staff at Pathways for the gifts that they have given me. It's a beautiful program built on love and safety and positivity and educational strength. If you come to it with an open mind, you will get everything you hope for and so much more.I hope you all are safe and doing well. There is help out there for us. You don't need to live afraid or in pain. You just need to ask for help from someone who genuinely cares. And for me, that was and continues to be the staff at Pathways.
Megan Steele
Megan Steele
23:11 02 May 21
My wife tried this program after a long period of being overwhelmed by depression and anxiety. We couldn't be happier with the results so far.The residential program used a variety of therapies and activities to help build the confidence, inner strength, and self-knowledge needed to move on and start facing the deeper trauma at the root of everything.The medical team also helped her explore options in her medication, and the result is helping her much more both mentally and physically than anything she's tried before.There's still more to do, as she works through the outpatient program to adjust back to "normal", and as we both integrate what we're learning into our relationship and life together. We're both looking forward to the rest of the process to see what else we can get out of it.
Greg Steele
Greg Steele
22:25 02 May 21
When I came to Pathways for help, I had no idea what to do. I felt completely out of control and terrified. They absolutely changed my life. I learned amazing tools that have helped so much, and every second here has been worth it. In the beginning it felt too good to be true - but it really is that good. I am so grateful I found them. I finally feel in control in my life again, and I know what I can do to help myself if I get stuck. I have never felt so capable. I honestly recommend Pathways for anyone - they can help!
Mercedis Bowden
Mercedis Bowden
15:49 26 Apr 21
I have so many feelings because of Pathways. In 2019, I jumped out of my comfort zone and met with Michelle regarding my desire to offer sound healing group sessions to the clients at Pathways in Glenwood. I have been doing group sound sessions every other week since our meeting. It has become one of my biggest joys and it makes my heart so full. I'm happy to be able to add one more layer of love in healing and recovery to these beautiful humans. In late 2020, pathways helped my own mother overcome her battle with alcoholism. It has been the most beautiful and empowering journey to witness. Seeing my own mother rise and choose herself in order to stay here and start living her life with joy, and love of self and others. It has been a complete 180! She is not who she was before alcoholism, but she is much stronger and beautiful than ever before! I'm am so incredibly grateful for the healing and love that I have been apart of since I have connected with pathways! It truly is a place of healing and support.
Sacred Sisters
Sacred Sisters
16:09 24 Apr 21
I came here in a deep depression and a lifetime of trauma. Pathways was an incredible process for me to deal with what I was going through. Analytical therapy, positive reinforcement, and being surrounded by others going through their own issues put me in a genuinely empathetical environment, one that served as an incubator for me to grow, heal and get my life back. I highly recommend Pathways to anyone looking for help.
Elsa Rivera
Elsa Rivera
20:48 23 Apr 21
Pathways literally saved my life so I cant say enough good things about them. They gave me a safe, compassionate, and supportive place to fall apart and rebuild myself. Ive learned invaluable lessons that I will use for the rest of my life and teach my children. Thank you so much to everyone at Pathways that helped me on my journey. You people are amazing!
moss518
moss518
20:46 23 Apr 21
I was lost, loosing to my addiction to alcohol. I almost died.Something had to change. I’ve been going to pathways for about a month. I’m part of the trauma track and joined in on the silver living. During this time I’ve gone from giving up. To I am happy inside I feel good and I love myself again. The confidence that I have in myself now I know I can do anything.If you are feeling depressed, Fighting a addiction. Or having trouble with past trauma. This is the place to go.Thanks to the therapist and staff. Because of there support and love. I have never felt better. I am honestly a better man. Thank you pathways team
Thomas Skuppin
Thomas Skuppin
02:47 23 Apr 21
I came to Pathways for life long struggles with trauma, depression, and most recently alcohol/ alcoholism. They truly care about their clients and want everyone to reach their full potential. Their treatment program is amazing for duel diagnosis and overall wellness. Pathways CHANGED MY LIFE ❤️❤️❤️
Casey Thompson
Casey Thompson
20:36 21 Apr 21
This place SAVED MY LIFE!! when I arrived I was severely depressed and had a suicide plan. Pathways and their unique combination of therapeutic treatments allowed me to face my demons and recognize the strength I have inside. It’s been one year since I since I first came to pathways and my life is on a new trajectory to a life that support my strength and values. Most important Michelle and her top notch staff taught me the skills to recognize when I am in crisis and challenge my negative thoughts and stay on course. If you’re suffering, this is the place to be. All my thanks to pathways.
Ken Wiltrout
Ken Wiltrout
15:25 27 Feb 21
I cannot recommend this place enough for anyone who needs help working on their mental health . Everyone here is very professional and they are the most caring individuals that you can come across when needing help in this field . The year of 2020 has been very difficult on me and my mental health, I was suicidal from extreme depression and just wanting to end my suffering, I couldn’t care anymore about life, I wasn’t able to feel like going on, I was done. My boyfriend reached out to them and I got into treatment right away. They have a residential treatment center for those who need it, but I worked with their outpatient program. I suffer from extreme depression, anxiety, OCD, and an eating disorder. During my time there they have just recently updated their program and it’s incredibly helpful with teaching coping tools, and tools for learning to love and accept yourself. Michelle, Chelsea, Josh, Dr. Sellers, the whole team truly care about you and wanna help you get better so that you can live a happier life. After months of sessions, and working hard on myself every day, I have tools to continue through life, that are helping me. I’m still working on myself outside of treatment, and I will continue every day to maintain how good I feel, how much better my relationships are, and how much I want to continue living. I owe my life, literally, to pathways. If you’re suffering from anything, I hope you’ll give pathways a chance to save your life
Terri Nikolits
Terri Nikolits
21:36 21 Dec 20
The group at Pathways have been amazing. They are professional, caring and very intuitive. Their approach to therapy is both refreshing and effective. I’m so glad I have been introduced to this group. They have helped me immensely!
Dustin Thompson
Dustin Thompson
21:08 15 Dec 20
The only word I can use to describe this place is magic. In a little amount of time, my life was truly impacted. Michelle was there on my hardest days, listening to what I needed. Worked with me privately and always made the time for me despite how busy she was. Chelsea was always a phone call away and spoke to me in the most down time earth nature, without fail. Tyler brought good energy everywhere with him and was always there to lighten things up. Rex never failed to show compassion, was always there to listen. Sean was always there to make us feel calm. I never left a group with Sean feeling anything but love. So many people in this program changed things for me. Although the work was hard, I love what this program is centered and I’m better for it.
Micheala Urie
Micheala Urie
01:29 30 Nov 20
My journey started with pathways in August of 2019 after a suicide attempt. I was depressed and blaming everyone else for my own problems. I spent 37 days in their residential treatment center. I thought I got the help and tools I needed at the time. I did, but after a few months of going back to real life, I just stopped my work. I thought I was better and I thought I was healed. I stopped all my individual and group therapy. I stopped using the tools that pathways provided for me. I stopped caring for my daughter like I should have. I stopped caring about my own health as well. Everyday was a struggle to get out of bed. I called them back in August of 2020 and they were happy to welcome me back into the program. I went back to the residential treatment program for another month, I got diagnosed with Rapid-cycle Bipolar 1. The doctors and therapists worked hard for me. I was put on the right medication. After I transitioned out of the residential center I moved to Salt lake and started group therapy. At times I get frustrated because sometimes the groups are hard for me to relate to, but Ive learned its a state of mind. You only get what you put into your treatment. I am still living at the sober living house and still attending groups and feeling better everyday. Their staff in the residential center are amazing. As well the staff at the Sandy office. They really care about each individual client. Michelle, the owner, really cares about all of her clients. Although she is a very busy woman she will always make time to talk to you if you need. I have grown so much as a person and as a mother. It has been a hard battle, but pathways has helped me find myself and has given me tools so I can live to my full potential. I highly recommend this program to anyone and everyone. If you are struggling with drug/alcohol abuse or even just for mental health call Pathways. They will for sure help you like they have helped me.
Kayla Munro
Kayla Munro
00:33 02 Nov 20
When I arrived at Pathways, I was extremely depressed, full of anxiety, and addicted to drugs. It took some time, but now I am happy and I have tools to manage a much lower level of anxiety. I have been clean for 21 months. Pathways offers medication assisted therapy (MAT), which can help addicts be successful in staying clean. They also offer genetic testing, which helps you find out which medications are most compatible with your body, if you are in need of medication. The staff at Pathways care about clients and are willing to go the extra mile to help them. I am very grateful to Pathways for their patience with me and for giving me the tools I needed to be a happy, whole person. I am very grateful to Michelle and her staff for never giving up on me.
Becky
Becky
22:25 19 Oct 20
This program changed my life- Michelle is so committed to helping others and making change happen. I remember when I needed help she was there for my family and I answering 3am phone calls talking us through everything. She has a heart of gold and the staff here is so supportive. Definitely the dream team I needed to help me grow into the person I am today. I was in treatment for a year, but oh was it so worth it! I still use and practice my affirmations to this day. It’s such a powerful thing being able to apply everything you learn at Pathways into your daily life. Even though life doesn’t get easier, you can learn how to cope and manage your way through it. 💛
Hannah Forward
Hannah Forward
19:55 19 Oct 20
Michelle has been awesome, she's always super supportive and caring. The entire staff team, therapists, and doctor are all great as well. I've been to several other centers in the past with no success, however pathways was able to help me where other places couldn't. I highly suggest atleast meeting with Michelle and checking the place out!
Scott Horil
Scott Horil
19:52 19 Oct 20
I highly recommend pathways to anyone looking to start their therapeutic journey, they have one of the best programs I’ve experienced along with friendly and respectful staff as well as an amazing doctor they work very closely with.
harry watkins
harry watkins
19:33 28 Sep 20
💚💚💚Pathways wholeness Center is undoubtedly a divinely built and Powerful program that shifted my belief system and overall quality of life.Throughout my life I have experienced sexual abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, and deep negative belief systems. Although on the surface I had great success in life, I have never felt whole and healthy until working with Michelle and the amazing staff at pathways.Rather than just putting a bandaid on the surface to cover the cause of my trauma/addiction, Pathways worked on the core cause of the trauma, while healing problems from the inside out. The philosophy and execution of this program is absolutely life-changing.The facility is very clean and nice. They provide great nutritious meals and comfortable living conditions. Lots of fun hiking trips, and social interaction while learning to have joy without using drugs or alcohol. The staff is second to none, full of love and willing to help however they can.If you are considering a better life away from the prison of addiction and or mental disorders, this is the best of the best!!!!💚💚💚💚
Braden Blood
Braden Blood
20:01 09 Jun 20
Amazing place with wonderful staff!
Shawnee Boswell
Shawnee Boswell
03:27 09 Mar 20
This program is amazing! Totally changed my life. As well as amazing staff who truly care!
Ashley Watson
Ashley Watson
20:22 02 Mar 20
Pathways Real Life Recovery has been one of the most outstanding blessing I’ve received in my life. It’s help me go from homeless on drugs and depressed to sheltered loved and sober. The employees treat you with patience kindness and love. I’ve never felt more at home with any other treatment program. Thank you Pathways Real Life Recovery, you’ve really changed the direction of my life in a positive manner.
Anthony Ocegueda
Anthony Ocegueda
23:49 26 Feb 20
Pathways has been an amazing program for me. I travelled from out of state to participate in the program and it was worth every mile of red-eye travel. It took me a few weeks to really be open to the style of treatment they provide, however, the patience and understanding allowed me to truly find my authentic self and begin the process to heal from my trauma. I enjoyed the fitness recreation part of the program that encourages a healthy body for a health mental well being. Our bodies require a healthy hygiene routine, so our mental wellness also requires a proper routine to maintain healthy “mental hygiene.”
Jordan Fredriksson
Jordan Fredriksson
20:44 26 Feb 20
Pathways has lifted my life to such a high level that I didn’t know was possible. I am so grateful for this program.
Tina Rice
Tina Rice
18:21 26 Feb 20
Pathways is a great program. Michelle cares so much for everyone here. Keeping your vision in mind, goals, affirmations, and belief changes while dealing with root problems is a great process. I recommend Jaryd as a recovery specialist he is the best.
Daddymooch
Daddymooch
17:45 26 Feb 20
The staff I have interaction with are compassionate and hard working, making it a pleasure to come to appointments. Ive had some other experiences at therapy places, and none but here I’ve made real growth. I do recommend.
Alex Stevens
Alex Stevens
23:38 25 Feb 20
I have been coming to pathways for a few months now for mental health. I think this place is great. The therapists are awesome and on point they are all very knowledgeable with what they do. They offer groups and individual sessions and I feel like I learn something knew each day to help me on my journey. I would and have recommended pathways to family and friends
colt mcfadden
colt mcfadden
22:22 18 Feb 20
Pathways is honestly the best recovery center I have been to. They do a great job at meeting your needs. I would recommend this recovery center for anyone willing to get the help they need.
Travis Mros
Travis Mros
17:36 14 Feb 20
I have really enjoyed my time at Pathways. They have helped me through some of the hardest times of my life. I have a genuine care for all of the staff and other clients here. Everyone is so welcoming and helpful. They work really hard to find schedules that work for everyone, and care for each of their clients on an individual basis. I am grateful for coming to Pathways, and working here for the last few months. I would recommend to a loved one.
kbsturtle
kbsturtle
23:15 12 Feb 20
Incredible experience with Pathways. The staff is educated and passionate about what they do. The most wonderful and genuine people work here!!
Tristen Perkins
Tristen Perkins
20:01 11 Feb 20
I love pathways it's a great place to continue your mental health and drug abuse treatmen, I've made leaps and bounds here? The staff and therapists are amazing!
paulie smith
paulie smith
18:37 11 Feb 20
I appreciate all that Pathways has done for me. They brought me to a place where I can use my voice and stand up for myself. I worked on affirmations and realized as I kept repeating the affirmations that they became true. The belief changes changed my life. Turning a negative belief that I believed to be true because of what was told to me as a child to a positive statement gave me a chance to live my life in a healthy way. Having the opportunity at Pathways made my life better and I am grateful to have met everyone such as Michelle. Michelle gave me (and my mom) the help that I need and deserve. I feel as though Pathways saved me. I am now able to live a positive and successful life as I continue my journey. Thank you to everyone at Pathways and I appreciate all that you have done for my family and I. Katie, New Jersey
Katie Grammes
Katie Grammes
20:18 04 Feb 20
Pathways has done so much for me I can’t even begin to explain... I love how we get to the actual root of our problems and begin to restructure how the brain responds to certain situations. This is help I’ve needed for a very long time and I am so grateful to be able to have this experience and opportunity.
Lexi Reber
Lexi Reber
18:39 30 Jan 20
Pathways is such an amazing place to take time to get healthy and whole in a healing environment. The staff at Pathways is caring and compassionate. They truly want happiness and healing for all that enter the doors. Pathways is also located in the heart of southern utah surrounded by beautiful views.
Karlee Mackay
Karlee Mackay
21:15 14 Nov 19
Pathways Wholeness Center brings hope and healing to those struggling with mental health and addiction. The staff of committed to supporting clients in finding their life's vision and living a life of wholeness, health and happiness
Wendy Stilson
Wendy Stilson
18:08 14 Nov 19
If you are looking for a place to heal - look no further! This program is life changing. The recovery of every client is so important to the pathways team. The facility is a tranquil loving environment and located in one of the most beautiful parts of Utah!
Bevenee Crofts
Bevenee Crofts
04:06 01 Nov 19


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8706 S 700 E Suite #205
Sandy, Utah 84070
Phone: 801.895.3006

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189 E Center Street
Glenwood, Utah 84730
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West Jordan, UT 84084
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