Skyline Counseling Center
Skyline Counseling Center (SCC) is a mental health clinic located in Mt Pleasant, Utah. Skyline Counseling Center serves members of the Sanpete County and the surrounding areas.
At Skyline we specializes in treating anxiety, depression, relational issues, trauma and addiction, along with other mental health disorders.
Within this scope we work with children, adolescents, and adults. Please give us a call to begin your journey to finding freedom from psychological suffering and pain at (435) 200 3182.
We are currently in network with the following insurances:
University of Utah
Out of Network and Cash Pay options are available.
Specializing in Anxiety, Depression, Relationships, and Addiction Treatment
Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder in the United States. Almost 1 in 5 people suffer from Anxiety, but less than 40% of those suffering from it actually get the help they need. This is an extremely troubling statistic since Anxiety Disorders are highly treatable.
Depression is very common in the mental health world. Over 17 million adults in the US have been diagnosed with depression in the last year and over 50% of those were also diagnosed with Anxiety. Depression and Anxiety often go hand in hand and can leave a person feeling hopeless and stuck. Breaking free of these patterns can be extremely difficult and daunting.
From birth relationships quickly become critical to our survival. As we grow older relationships become more difficult to navigate. However, relationships continue to play a key role in how we see ourselves and how we see others. Toxic relationships, being trapped in unhealthy patterns of engagement, or feelings of worthlessness often get in the way of feeling connected and loved.
Approximately 41% of marriages in the US end in divorce. Often times spouses feel that as they separate and move on to different relationships that things will change for the better. Divorce statistics for second marriages reveal that 60% end in divorce and that in third marriages 73% end in divorce. Changing unhealthy relational patterns lies at the heart of developing a healthy relationship with your partner.
Developmental, attachment, acute, and complex trauma often sits at the heart of Anxiety, Depression, and a majority of the other mental health disorder diagnosis. Developing insight into past trauma and learning from it helps those suffering to move past it to a place where they can make sense of where they are, where they want to be, and how they can get to that place.
Addiction comes in many forms. Traditionally when addiction has been cited many think of alcohol and tobacco or other substances. As we have learned more about addiction research has revealed two basic categories of addiction - substance use addiction and process addiction. Process addictions include behavioral patterns of gambling, sex, pornography, and love to name a few.