Welcome to Palisades Counseling

Exploring pathways to well-being and healthy relationships.

At Palisades Counseling, we want to create an atmosphere of safety and support for people as they search for peace and well-being. A place where a strong relationship between the therapist and client can promote healing and positive change. The name Palisades literally means, “a fence of stakes set firmly in the ground as for enclosure or defense.” We hope you find Palisades Counseling to be a safe place where you can explore your path ahead.

Counseling Services

We work with individuals who have a wide variety of concerns.

**If you would like to schedule an appointment more quickly (usually within 1 or 2 weeks), please call our Springville office.

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Palisades: a fence of stakes set firmly in the ground as for enclosure or defense.

Anxiety, Depression, Stress Management

Marriage and Family Relationships

Trauma, Abuse, Relationship Distress

Spiritual and Religious Identity

Eating Disorders

Addictive Behaviors, Pornography Use

Attachment Issues

ADHD, Autism

Suicidality, Self-Harm

Grief and Loss

Phase of Life Transitions

Self Perception

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Serving Utah and Beyond

Provo, Orem, Vineyard, Springville, Mapleton, and telehealth

Policies and General Information

About Therapy and Counseling

Life is often unpredictable, challenging and painful. Our mental health is impacted by genetic and physiological issues, family dynamics, religious and cultural influences, and a myriad of other factors. Therapy can help you explore pathways to alleviate mental health issues and experience greater well-being. The process of therapy can be challenging and rewarding. In collaboration with your therapist, you can determine your goals for therapy and explore the best path to manage mental health issues and live a more fulfilling and satisfying life.

Learn more about:

  • LIMITS TO CONFIDENTIALITY
  • APPOINTMENTS
  • INSURANCE BILLING
  • COURT APPEARANCES
  • COMMUNICATION WITH THERAPISTS