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Individuals (ages 16+)

  • Attachment disorder
  • Parent training/support
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief and loss
  • Perfectionism
  • Spiritual/religious concern
  • Addiction
  • Suicidal ideation
  • Missionaries


  • Communication strategies
  • Parenting coaching
  • Premarital
  • Intimacy improvement
  • Conflict resolution


  • Anger management
  • Perfectionism
  • Rational emotive behavior therapy
  • Parents of children with Autism support
  • Teen body image positivity

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Gestalt Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment (ACT)

Attachment Theory

Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT)

Coleen Ure,
CMHC Student


Coleen was born and raised in Utah as the 2nd of 8 children. She is married to her best friend, Seth, and they have 5 wonderful children together. Being a mom is the most rewarding thing she has ever done and it teaches her new things every day. She has always had an interest in meaning and in connecting with others on a deeper level. She loves to hear other people share their stories and thoughts on life. She now calls Payson home and thinks it’s a great place to settle down. She treasures any time she gets to spend with her family, whether it’s playing board games, going on a hike, or relaxing on the couch with the cat.

Education and Work Experience:

Coleen received a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from SUU and is currently completing a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University.

Therapy Approach:

Coleen offers unconditional acceptance and a safe space to heal and grow. She believes that every client has a story to tell and that it is her privilege to hear them. Coleen sees the relationship between thoughts, emotions, and behavior and works to help clients become aware of and challenge unhelpful thoughts. Her aim is to help clients identify their values and create a life that is in line with those values. Coleen utilizes multiple evidence-based therapeutic models, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Gestalt Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment (ACT), and Attachment Theory.

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