All About You Therapy Services

Women's CounselingTeen CounselingChildren's Counseling

You found us!  Finally! We’re so glad!  Come sit with us awhile and share what’s on your mind. You deserve to be heard. Life is hard!  Don’t do this alone. We’re here to help.







We have a counseling office in St. George Utah with Mental Health Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists. We offer various group classes throughout the year. We have been helping women and adolescents for years with heart wrenching problems that affect their happiness and contentment in life. We help women and teenagers with distressing symptoms such as: anxiety, depression, PTSD, bi-polar disorder, LGBTQ, low self-esteem, abuse, relationship problems, and many other challenges. If you are a woman or teenager that is seeking help in their life and would like to make some positive changes towards a more meaningful and enjoyable life, we would love to help you. We are also available for online therapy.

Utilizing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), EMDR, CBT, Mindfulness, Happenstance Career and Learning Theory, and other modalities we can help you target what you need most for your treatment. Our philosophy is that individuals are not damaged or flawed. They are individuals that need to realize their own strengths and values to explore and optimize. Women and adolescents can realize and obtain a greater fullness and vitality in their lives. We are here to help with those heartaches and difficult challenges in your life and to help aim you in the direction that will most help and serve you. Contact us today  with any questions that you may have!

Who We Are

Where We Are

Going to therapy serves a crucial role in improving your mental and emotional well-being, providing individuals with invaluable tools to navigate life’s challenges. One of our primary benefits lies in the ability to offer a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals to explore their thoughts, emotions, and experiences. 

Through St. George therapy, people can gain a deeper understanding of themselves, their relationships, and their patterns of behavior, fostering personal growth and self-awareness.

Our team equips individuals with coping mechanisms to manage stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns, empowering them to lead more fulfilling lives. 

Furthermore, therapy facilitates the development of effective communication skills, helping individuals express themselves more assertively and cultivate healthier relationships. Ultimately, the therapists at  All About You Therapy Services serve as a beacon of hope, guiding individuals toward healing, resilience, and a renewed sense of purpose.

Counseling FAQs

What is counseling?

Counseling is a collaborative session that is between the client and the therapist. In this session, the therapist will take the time to listen to the client and help make goals with them to help find solutions to difficult circumstances in the client’s life. The counselor will seek ways to help improve the client’s communication skills, self-esteem, as well as help them deal with negative emotions.

We are here to help in any way!

Counseling in our office is a collaborative and therapeutic process aimed at helping individuals explore their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in a safe and supportive environment. It involves a professional relationship between a trained counselor or therapist and a client, where the counselor provides guidance, support, and evidence-based interventions tailored to the client’s needs. Counseling St. George encompasses a wide range of approaches and techniques, depending on the goals and preferences of the client. These may include talk therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness practices, and more. 

The primary goal of counseling through us is to facilitate personal growth, enhance self-awareness, and empower individuals to overcome challenges, manage stress, and improve their overall well-being. Whether addressing mental health concerns, relationship issues, career transitions, or personal development goals, counseling offers a confidential and non-judgmental space for individuals to explore, heal, and thrive. Contact us with any questions that may arise!

How can counseling help me?

Therapy is a process of personal growth and can help you in many different ways. It can help with any emotional, mental or relationship issues that may arise. In your sessions, you will learn new communication skills, how to cope with difficult emotions, as well as be able to be listened to without judgment by your therapist.

Counseling offers a transformative journey toward self-discovery, healing, and growth. By providing a supportive and confidential environment, counseling enables individuals to explore their thoughts, emotions, and experiences with a trained professional. Through the therapeutic process, people can gain valuable insights into themselves, their relationships, and their life circumstances. 

Our counselors employ a variety of techniques tailored to each individual’s needs, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness practices, and psychodynamic approaches, among others. These methods help individuals develop coping strategies, enhance self-esteem, and cultivate resilience in the face of adversity. 

Moreover, counseling fosters a sense of empowerment, as individuals learn to take control of their lives and make positive changes. Whether navigating personal challenges, coping with trauma, or seeking guidance through life transitions, counseling provides invaluable support and guidance on the path toward holistic well-being.

Counseling serves as an investment in long-term well-being, offering profound benefits that extend far beyond the duration of individual sessions. By addressing underlying issues and fostering personal growth, counseling equips individuals with valuable tools and insights that can positively impact their lives for years to come. Through therapy, individuals develop a deeper understanding of themselves, their emotions, and their behaviors, laying the groundwork for lasting self-awareness and self-acceptance. This heightened awareness enables individuals to recognize and challenge negative thought patterns and behaviors, leading to healthier coping mechanisms and improved relationships.

Is confidentiality guaranteed?

Everything that you speak to your therapist about will be kept confidential. All of the therapists at All About You Therapy Services have taken an oath to protect your privacy during your sessions. However, there are some exceptions to the confidentiality rule. By law, the therapist will be required to report instances of:

  • Threats to hurt oneself
  • Threats to harm others
  • Suspected child or elder abuse–if the client is either the victim or the perpetrator

Privacy is a cornerstone of therapy in our office, and confidentiality is rigorously upheld to ensure that clients feel safe and comfortable sharing their thoughts and experiences. Therapists are bound by ethical guidelines and legal obligations to maintain the confidentiality of their client’s information. This means that anything discussed during therapy sessions remains strictly between the client and the therapist unless there are specific circumstances that require disclosure, such as imminent harm to oneself or others, child abuse, or court-ordered situations. 

Additionally, therapists take precautions to safeguard client records and ensure that they are stored securely. Establishing trust and creating a confidential space where clients feel free to explore their deepest thoughts and emotions is essential for the therapeutic process to be effective. Therefore, privacy is not only guaranteed in therapy but also paramount to its success in promoting healing and growth. we are here to help with all of your sessions through us, upholding your safety as our number one priority.

Do you accept insurance?

Yes, we do accept insurance! At All About You Therapy Services, we accept many different kinds of insurance for your therapy. We accept Blue Cross- Blue Shield (Regence), Cigna, Aetna, Educator’s Mutual Insurance (EMI), Select Health, Select health Medicaid (Adults Only), and United Healthcare.

What kinds of therapy do you offer?

We strive to offer therapy for many different circumstances. We have therapists who specialize in women’s counseling, teen counseling, children’s counseling, marriage and relationship counseling, and massage therapy. We help many people who deal with the distressing symptoms of: anxiety, depression, PTSD, LGBTQ, bi-polar disorder, low self-esteem, abuse, relation or marital problems, and many other distressing challenges of life.

What kinds of sessions do you offer?

Our office offers both one on one sessions, where you can go and speak to the counselor alone, or we offer group sessions to help you work through your emotions and to get the support that you need. If you are unable to make it to the office, we also offer online therapy sessions.

What will the first session be like?

Many people feel nervous for their first session of therapy. However, you do not need to worry! The first session will be all about the client sharing their story, as well as building trust with their therapist. The relationship that is formed in the first session of therapy will be the foundation of working together. Goals can be discussed as well as ways that you can accomplish those goals.

How long is each session?

Therapy sessions typically last 55-60 minutes for an individual session. If you are going to a group session, then the sessions will run longer than that. However the duration and frequency of each therapy session will depend on the needs of the client, and what the therapist sees fit to help the client.

What areas do you serve?

Our offices serve the St. George, Utah area. We have two offices, one located in St. George, and one that is located in Washington, Utah. We are also available to do online therapy sessions if that is what works best with your schedule. 

We provide local and online therapy. Contact Us

We accept Blue Cross-Blue Shield (Regence), Cigna, Aetna, Educator’s Mutual Insurance (EMI), Select Health, Select Health Medicaid (Adults Only), United Healthcare.