Paul Brandt is a psychotherapist specializing in individual, couples and family therapy. He has maintained a private practice in the Salt Lake City area for thirty-five years.
With over thirty-seven years of direct, clinical experience as a psychotherapist, and with graduate degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy and Clinical Social Work, Paul is currently working with a broad spectrum of clients. His primary areas of expertise include treating anxiety, mood disorders, personality disorders, trauma, grief, and couple and family relationship challenges.
In addition, Paul has lead worshops, presented at conferences and spoken to general audiences on the topics of "Discovering the Lost Self", "Living From The Inside Out", "Being Your Own Therapist", "Taking the Danger Out of Anger", "Courage In Love", and "Intimacy: The Ultimate Adventure". Paul has written articles and papers on these subjects and is the author of Alone But Not Lonely .
Paul is a highly interactive, solution-focused psychotherapist. The majority of his clients enjoy making significant, positve change and fulfilling their therapeutic goals within four to ten sessions. His therapeutic approach is to quickly identify the feelings, thoughts, values and goals of his clients, provide support and practical guidance in addressing and resolving life challenges. He integrates cognitive, behavioral, psychodynamic, and family systems methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion, understanding, respect for personal values and philosophies, Paul is committed to help each individual enjoy optimal personal growth and fulfillment.
Paul has personally experienced many of the painful challenges of life including divorce and the death of a spouse. Paul has six children and twelve grandchildren and lives in the Salt Lake area with his wife Camille.