therapy is good for you
Welcome! I'm Kate Harline, a licensed therapist and the founder and owner of Therapy Collective located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Take a look around and please reach out! We'd be honored to work with you.
How We Can Help You
We believe in making therapeutic experiences available in a variety of ways.
Click below to learn more about the various services we offer.
It's what you think of when you think of therapy--two people talking together in a room--and there's a reason it's been around for decades: meeting one-on-one with a therapist is powerful, healing, and effective.
Couples & Family Therapy
Relationships are central to life. When they aren’t going so well, it affects every other part of life. Couples and family therapy are great opportunities to heal barriers to deeper intimacy and grow closer in healthier ways.
Group therapy has been found time and again to be just as effective as individual therapy for many people. It creates connection, helps you know you're not alone in struggling, and can be a more affordable option for some.
I believe that therapy is good for you because the growth and healing that happen in therapy are central to your well-being as a human and key to the fulfilling life you seek to live. I work with my clients to uncover their pain that needs healing and their deep potential waiting for expression.
Kate Harline, LCSW
I partner with my clients as they discover insights, access the power of hope, and explore their vulnerability. I work to develop a trusting non-judgmental relationship that allows clients the space to uncover insights that lead to growth and resilience and discover paths to greater peace and creativity.
Camile Nielson, LCSW
I believe that emotional, psychological, and spiritual difficulties can yield personal growth and a "deep heart," as Dostoevsky calls it. Together with my clients, we explore and honor what it is to suffer, find ways to make meaning from it, and discover new paths to wholeness and healing.
Brian Andelin, LCSW
You do not need to feel stuck or held back by barriers within your life. We can work together to identify goals and methods of overcoming past, present, and future challenges you may face. Working towards a better you can be difficult, but you do not have to do it alone.
Cody Lockyer, CSW
I work to develop a relationship of trust with my clients so they feel safe to share and explore the deepest parts of themselves. We all deserve to feel happiness and joy, but things can get in the way. Whatever the size of the challenge, let's work through this together.
Drew Johnson, CSW
I believe that everyone can access inner wisdom and innate abilities to heal and to grow. I believe in creating a space for individuals to develop compassionate curiosity for themselves as they heal wounds and change difficult patterns of thinking and behavior.
Martha Demos, LCSW
Life experiences and behaviors can create our darkness, but when we can figure out how to shine light in the places that feel most vulnerable, we can also find our power. Discomfort is a mandatory component of growth, but I welcome it and will sit with you through it.
Jerrica Lavooy, CSW
I believe in collaborative and person-centered therapy. Together we can find your needs, strengths, and process past experiences in order to discover how to empower you to be able to heal and grow into the person you want to be.
Lauren Jackson, CSW
I believe in creating a safe and welcoming space for individuals to explore themselves with curiosity and a desire to work toward changing patterns and behaviors that might not be working out.
Sam Cook, MSW intern
While pain is an unavoidable part of the human experience, we can learn to relate to our pain differently. Through this, we can find greater freedom and capacity to enact change. I will collaborate with you on your journey to greater wellbeing and a deeper understanding of yourself.
Diana Powell, CSW
I'm not a therapist, but I believe in therapy! My role is to take care of all the details--the paperwork, the insurance, all the "busy" stuff--as easily and quickly as possible for you and the therapists so you can focus on what you came to do.
Beth Duckwitz, office manager
Insurance & Price Information
We choose to accept insurance in an effort to make psychotherapy available to and affordable for as many people as possible. We currently work with the following insurance companies.
Contact us to explore the specific coverage provided by your particular plan.
select therapists can take Aetna--inquire for more information
Blue Cross Blue Shield
and a variety of its branches
Deseret Mutual Benefits Administrators
fee-for-service branch and Select Health plans
all plans except the Signature Plan
and a variety of its branches
we can bill out-of-network benefits on University of Utah Health Plans AKA Huntsman Mental Health Institute
If you are uninsured or we don't take your insurance, our self-pay rate is $110 per 50-minute session.
Please inquire about reduced rates for certain circumstances.
check out our podcast
Created and Hosted by Kate Harline, LCSW
In The Deeper Hearts Club, Kate Harline, licensed psychotherapist, shares insights gained from thousands of hours of sitting with people who are struggling, all with the hope that it will help us to live better by going deeper.