Counseling

Counseling is the cornerstone of Jewish Family Service's programs. We provide mental health services on a sliding fee scale allowing us to reach people at all income levels. Counseling continues safely by virtual meetings.

Coping with life during COVID-19 has been a challenge for us all. Stress, depression, and anxiety are all normal responses. We can help you develop skills to stay grounded and move forward during this difficult time.

Our caring and experienced counselors are trained to support and guide those in need through life’s challenges. All our counselors are licensed professionals with additional expertise in LGBTQ and aging issues. For more information contact Alle Salazar at or 801-746-4334.

We can help you:
  • Cope with a difficult marriage
  • Balance work and family
  • Improve parenting skills
  • Enhance family communication
  • Manage chronic disease issues
  • Reduce anxiety and depression
  • Adapt to retirement
  • Assist in transition/career changes
  • Live with grief and loss
Children and teens experience and process hardships differently than adults. Our counselors are professionally trained to help youth cope with:
  • School-related problems
  • Peer relationships
  • Family conflicts
  • Divorce
  • Remarriage
  • Separation
  • Family illness and loss