Peace of Mind Counseling and Consulting

David M. Stein, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology

124 S. Fairfield Rd., #A119, Layton, UT, 84041 (435) 512-7759

"When facing serious challenges a trusted, wise friend can help you find the light along your path”

     Exceptional Professional Training and Skills:

  • Over 20 years of experience providing behavioral health services in Department of Defense medical facilities, private practice and university clinics.
  • Over 250 peer-reviewed research journal publications and invited presentations
  • Over 18 years as full time university professor training Ph.D. psychology students
  • University researcher investigating assessment and treatments into eating disorders/obesity, chronic pain, anxiety attacks, depression and sleep disorders

Exceptional Health Assistance:

Depression

Anxiety Disorders

Anger Management

Chronic Fatigue

Chronic Pain

Sleep Disorder Assessment and Treatment

Type 2 Diabetes Improvement

Obesity

Pre-Bariatric Surgery Psychological Assessment

Relationship Emergencies and Crises

Specialized Training to Help:

Combined Emotional, Medical, Physical Problems

Seniors

Active Duty, Retired Miliary, Their Families

Adults Facing Career Loss

Coping With Behavioral Problems in Employment

Parents Dealing With Child Behavior Problems

Peace of Mind Counseling Service Options

Traditional Office Visits
Teletherapy

Traditional Office Visits for adults, parents facing child behavior problems:

  • Eight years of full time behavioral health services to Active Duty military personnel and their families
  • Highly experienced working within medical clinic and hospital settings with other healthcare providers
  • I enjoy working with clients and patients who have failed in prior treatment experiences.
  • Evaluations of patient moving toward disability status (e.g., military, social security disability)
  • Work with patients with complex medical and emotional difficulties

Teletherapy service is suitable for everyone, but especially patients who:

  • Are fearful of leaving home but need to talk to a behavioral health expert
  • Have no reliable transportation to and from a doctor office
  • Want to save an hour or more in commute time  to and from a clinic
  • Dislike driving in ice, snow or rain to a doctor appointments
  • Prefer to talk to a therapist from the privacy of your own home
  • Feel self-conscious or embarrassed about walking in to mental health centers
  • Have chronic pain and problems  with mobility