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Meet Gabe Clark

Meet Gabe Clark, ACMHC at Gold Counseling in Kaysville, UT

Meet Gabe Clark, ACMHC at Gold Counseling. He applies therapy using an integrative and pluralistic approach. He works closely with clients to determine their objectives, priorities, what they want to concentrate on, and the best way to work together to achieve them. For more information, contact us or book an appointment online. We are conveniently located at 498 N Kays Dr Suite 210 Kaysville, UT 84037.

Gabe Clark, ACMHC at Gold Counseling in Kaysville, UT
Gabe Clark, ACMHC at Gold Counseling in Kaysville, UT

GABE CLARK

Adults (18+):
Addiction, Anxiety, Career Transition, Childhood/Developmental Trauma/Attachment Issues, Depression, Faith Crisis, Grief/Loss, Life Transition, Marriage/Couples, Self-Acceptance/Self-Worth Issues, Spiritual/Religious Issues, Trauma/PTSD

Table of Contents:

What led Gabe to their career in counseling?
What work experience and populations does Gabe serve?
What areas does Gabe specialize in?
What techniques do I use to achieve positive mental health:
My hobbies, interests, and fun facts about me:
My therapeutic approach and philosophy:

Is Gabe Clark accepting new patients?

What led Gabe to their career in counseling?


Gabe has had a career of over 20 years in the legal profession and over time began looking for different ways to use his skills to serve others. He has always found the human experience fascinating. Ultimately, Gabe came to the field of therapy largely by way of his personal journey of seeking change from discomfort and struggles he experienced in his own life.

What work experience and populations does Gabe serve?


Gabe works with a wide variety of populations of adult individuals and couples. He has supported young and emerging adults, those in middle age, and elderly individuals from a variety of backgrounds.

What areas does Gabe specialize in?


Gabe has experience supporting people with issues of anxiety and depression as well as working with life transitions, faith transitions, existential issues, developmental trauma, complex trauma, attachment issues, and self-acceptance & self-worth issues. He has specialized training in the Neuro Effective Relational Model (NARM) for working with complex and developmental trauma.

What techniques do I use to achieve positive mental health:


Over time, I’ve learned that my well-being is supported by a few key things. The first is taking time for myself to meditate, reflect, read, or journal. Another is spending time cultivating close relationships with family and friends. The third is spending time in nature with the fourth being consistent physical activity. Beyond that, I’ve found that developing greater awareness and mindfulness has provided a vital foundation for my well-being since life is an ongoing process that requires consistent attention and continued openness to remain connected to myself and what matters most.

My hobbies, interests, and fun facts about me:


I’ve been married for over 25 years to an amazing woman, and we’ve had the joy and challenge of raising five children. In my free time, I love the challenge, excitement, and flow of riding and racing dirt bikes. I also love reading and spending time in nature hiking, backpacking, and boating with my family.

My therapeutic approach and philosophy:


A good friend once remarked to me that there are a lot of different ways for life to be hard. I agree with this, and I also believe in the possibility of exercising agency in service of change. I believe in the value of therapy; in exploring and resolving deeper patterns underlying human suffering in order to relieve that suffering, develop greater wisdom in how to live, find meaning, cultivate new capacities, and open up possibilities for life to be different and better.

There are many different perspectives on therapy, approaches to therapy, theories of therapy, and ways of doing therapy. I think they all have value. I recognize that people are unique, and different people need different things for different issues at different times. Because of this, I tend to be integrative and pluralistic, but I align most with an approach that is depth-oriented, relational, and experiential to explore and facilitate shifts in how we relate to ourselves and our experience.

Ultimately, I believe that the deeper issues that bring people to therapy often involve a fundamental human desire for a greater sense of aliveness and a greater connection to their self, others, and their own life. I love working with people to help them re-connect in transformative, life-affirming ways.

Is Gabe Clark accepting new patients?


Yes, Gabe Clark is accepting new patients at his office. Which is conveniently located at 498 N Kays Dr Suite 210 Kaysville, UT 84037.

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