Mental Health Services
Joshua Bravo, LCSW & Director of Mental Health and Community Counseling Services talks about our departments work.

Who We Are

The Utah Pride Center’s Community Counseling practices an affirmative approach to psychotherapy, working with our young and older folks to uncover their interpersonal concerns within the context of their gender identity or sexual orientation.

Why We are Here

Our affirmative and supportive approach involves a strong focus on the therapeutic alliance, with therapists serving as advocates for the client and being mindful of the LGBTQ+ experience. Using this developmental, evidence-based and culturally sensitive understanding, our therapists engage in a meaningful and queer supportive approach.

If you need immediate assistance, please contact:

  • 911
  • UNI Crisis Intervention: 801-587-3000
  • The Trevor Project 866.488.7386 or text START to 678678
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
  • Rape Recovery Center: 801-467-7273
Group image of the Staff of our Community Counseling Center. They are standing or sitting next to, in front of, and on top of the Utah Pride Center Street-level sign.

Contact Information
801 821-5202

We have regularly scheduled support groups. More information is in the Support Group section (to the right on desktop, below for mobile devices).

Resources for the Hearing Impaired

Our Resource Directory link:

Let us please keep in mind that we have a strong & vibrant ASL Queer Community

~The Utah Pride Center Community Counseling

Community Counseling — Mental Health News

Mental Health Awareness Month. As we come to the end of May, we wanted to provide some tips to making mental health a priority. Members of the LGBTQIA+ community aren't inherently more prone to mental illness - rather, we exist in a system and culture that contributes ro distress, which can lead to experiences of anxiety, depression, or PTSD.

Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month Members of the LGBTQ+ community are 3 times as likely to experience mental health problems than their cis straight counterparts. It’s also …
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