Find a Therapist Who Works With Clients of LDS Faith

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints’ “Articles of Faith” summarize their beliefs. They have four primary principles: faith in Jesus Christ, repentance, baptism by immersion for the remission of sin, and the laying of hands for the Gift of the Holy Ghost. The mental health professionals below specialize in treating members of this church.

Your religious faith is vital to you. You want a mental health professional who supports your beliefs and provides advice steeped in your faith. All Counseling’s goal is to connect the hurting to the healers, and we understand your desire to strengthen your faith and mental health simultaneously. To help you find the faith-based therapist you need, we accept profiles from various vetted counselors, psychologists, and psychiatrists and we ask them to identify whether they specialize in serving those in a specific religious faith. The below list is based on those profile responses.

As an integrative psychiatric provider, I take a holistic and comprehensive approach to mental health care and blend both conventional psychiatry with complementary approaches. My focus is beyond treating symptoms and takes into consideration the gut-brain connection, genetics, interpersonal, lifestyle, and environmental contributions to create a personalized treatment plan, enhance self care, ...

Brian Noonan, PMHNP-BC

Seattle

Washington

Hello! I’m Brian Noonan, and I’m passionate about supporting your mental health journey. I’ve dedicated my career to helping adults navigate the complexities of their minds and emotions. My approach is personalized, integrating psychiatric evaluations with thoughtful medication management and the calming practice of mindfulness. You can trust that you’re in experienced hands. Your mental wellne...
Danielle has a breadth of life experience that allows her to bring a unique openness and empathy to her work as a Marriage and Family Therapist. Danielle is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and is passionate about helping military families and first responders as well as couples from all backgrounds including LGBTQ+ couples who are often underserved.