Psychotherapy Services in Utah

Angela Schultz

LCSW and RYT-200
Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Clinical Director

Are you feeling discouraged, exhausted, or disappointed with the way life is unfolding? Have you been searching for meaning, but coming up empty? Do you feel stuck in patterns that aren’t serving you? Now more than ever, people are recognizing the profound impacts of unprocessed trauma, grief, and conflict on their quality of life. Leaving these issues unresolved can shut down your happiness and lead to symptoms of depression and anxiety. I specialize in treating complex trauma, grief, depression, and anxiety. My mission is to help you connect to your authentic peace and joy. I believe that pain doesn’t have to last forever.

Your journey is unique to you, so we will collaborate to create a personalized plan to help you heal. My first priority is to create a therapeutic space where you feel safe, validated, and deeply understood. I draw from many modalities in an individualized way to help you reach your treatment goals.

It would be an honor to partner with you in moving beyond suffering to build a life of satisfaction, hope and meaning. Whether that means developing skills for managing emotions, learning to set healthy boundaries, or reducing the impact of past trauma, you aren’t alone! Let’s take the next step together.


Specialties: trauma, grief, life transitions, codependency, depression, anxiety, relationships
Populations: adults
Modalities: Mindfulness and Self-Compassion, polyvagal, somatic-informed, EMDR, Brainspotting, EFT, Internal Family Systems, CBT, DBT, ACT, Gottman method, KAP, sand tray

Previous Experience

- Private practice therapist: 2021-present
- Social Science faculty, Rogue Community College: 2009-2020
- Freelance editor/writer, including developing manuals for therapy: 2005-present
- Utah Division of Child and Family Services: 1998-1999: Intensive in-home family therapist, group and individual therapist in partnership with local schools
- The Children’s Center 1996-1998: Day treatment and outpatient group therapist for young children
- University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute: 1998: Residential and inpatient therapist intern
- Utah Division of Child and Family Services: 1996-1997: Clinical Counseling Services intern


- BA University of Utah 1994
- MSW University of Utah 1998
- RYT-200 Yoga Alliance 2022


Utah LCSW license 365340-3501 awarded 2023

Practice Locations

- Kaysville Office
- Telehealth