Welcome to the The St. John Center

5333 South Adams Parkway, Suite A, Washington Terrace, Utah 84405

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: We will be retiring this coming February 10th.

It has been our pleasure to serve you.

We are not accepting new clients.


Do you suffer from an Eating Disorder?

Are you experiencing emotional pain? Over stressed?

Are you in a marriage that's too good to leave but too bad to stay?

Are your teen's behavior, choices, and friends changing for the worse?

We'd Like to Help!

We appreciate the opportunity to participate in providing you and your family with the best possible mental health care. We would like to introduce you to our practice, communicate with you and answer some of your questions.

We are a team of health care providers and patients working together for excellence in health and healing in an environment of compassion, integrity, well being, leadership, efficiency, and open communication. We provide a safe and nurturing environment for individuals, couples, and families to resolve interpersonal, career and relieve the stress of life problems. Our focus is on short term, results oriented solutions and skills necessary to address these issues.

Thank you and we look forward to serving you.

Call 317-1895 for an appointment or go to our Contact page to email us for additional information. We are confident you will be very pleased with our support.


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Telephone: (801) 317-1895


Problems We Treat

Depression & Anxiety

Eating Disorders

Marital & Relationship Issues

Parenting - Family Counseling

Divorce and Separation Adjustment

Self-Injurious Behaviors

Sexual Abuse Recovery

Substance Abuse

Stress & Crisis


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