Belly Breathing: A Quick Relaxation Technique

Summer time brings with it several activities for kids to take part in. With so much free time, kids normally go all out during the summer heat and often need to be calmed down. As important as activity is for them, the moments of relaxation in between are just as relevant to their growth. Activity […]

What we do

Kristian “Kit” Baker, one of our exceptional therapists, wrote a description of what we do.  It is eloquently written, I thought it should be shared with you.  Thank you Kit! I’m with Neurofeedback and Counseling of Utah located in Clinton. The address is1407 N 2000 W, Ste J, Clinton, UT, 84015. The phone number is […]

Natural Remedies for Stress, Depression and Anxiety

At some point in our lives, we all experience stress, anxiety and feelings of depression. When these states become difficult to shift, we might consider turning to medication to manage them. However, natural remedies for stress, anxiety and depression can be just as helpful for managing these emotional conditions and have the benefits of fewer […]

Living with Insecurities

It feels lonely. It feels empty. It’s uncomfortable and I want to run to something familiar, something supporting. The feeling of ‘insecurity’ or ‘inadequacy’ is a human emotion.  It’s a feeling that hits us when we don’t expect it and when we recognize it, it’s something we don’t quite understand. From young to old, insecurity […]

Protecting you from COVID-19

As novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact our community, we want to share what actions Neurofeedback and Counseling of Utah is taking to protect our team and clients. Our passion is to help those who need support to make change in their lives. It is a difficult time in the world and we all have […]

Further precautions for clients

Friends, We are taking further precautions to restrict the spread of COVID-19 in our community.  We want to ensure you that when you come to our office, you will feel safe and comfortable as you seek support.  Our office is still open for in-person counseling and neurofeedback appointments, but you will notice a few changes. […]

3 Ways to Be during COVID-19

It’s a time of uncertainty.  COVID-19 spreading across the world is all we hear on the news, social media, and in family/friend conversations.  We are bombarded by information on how to stay physically healthy during this pandemic.  If I had a nickel for every time I heard the words, “cover your cough, don’t touch your […]

A Re-frame of the Holiday Season

Let’s be honest, 2020 has been hard and somewhat crazy.  There was nothing normal about this year.  We were placed in a different element and restricted on where we could go.  It’s hard to pinpoint great memories that occurred during the year.  Yeah, sure, I got to do a little bit of traveling but I […]

Finding Hope in a New Year

It’s strange, I don’t feel anything.  I’m numb. I’m not quite sure what to think about it.  Every New Years that I can remember has been a happy memory.  There has always been a sliver of excitement as I think about what the new year will bring and what I want to accomplish.  This new […]

National Counseling Awareness Month

April is National Counseling Awareness Month, and so I thought it would be a good idea to take this time to talk a little about mental health and the benefits of seeking treatment for whatever issues you may be facing. When we talk about mental health, we are talking about our emotional, psychological and social […]