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Jonathan "Chris" Harrell, LCSW

Stress, Anxiety LGBTQ+ Relationships Self esteem, Motivation ADHD
Video Phone Live Chat Messaging

About me

I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and have been a therapist for 5 years in the state of Utah. I believe strongly in taking a person-centered approach to therapy - this is your journey, and you get to lead the way. With my professional knowledge, I will follow. I support my clients through mindfulness-based practices such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and value work. I also have a passion for working with clients with ADHD, helping make life work for them instead of them working for life. Change can be hard, but if you're ready, let's chat and see if I can help.

Professional experience

5yrs in practice
Stress, Anxiety LGBTQ+ Relationships Self esteem, Motivation ADHD

Additional areas of focus: Forgiveness, Guilt and Shame, Self-Love, Social Anxiety and Phobia

Services offered

Video
Phone
Live Chat
Messaging

License information

UT LCSW 8342657-3501

Reviews

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Chris is very supportive, knowledgable, and helpful therapist. I've received great value from our sessions together.

Written on Jan 06, 2024 after therapy with Jonathan "Chris" for 1 month on issues concerning depression, stress, anxiety, addictions, relationship issues, and intimacy-related issues

Chris is great. He feels like a caring friend where you can say anything without feeling hesitant. Very personable.

Written on Nov 21, 2023 after therapy with Jonathan "Chris" for 3 weeks on issues concerning depression, stress, anxiety, addictions, relationship issues, family conflicts, trauma and abuse, intimacy-related issues, self esteem, career difficulties, coping with life changes, coaching, compassion fatigue, and adhd