South Jordan Utah Counseling

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Counseling in South Jordan, Utah

We are located just off of Redwood Road, south of the South Jordan Library.

Or you can get to us through Beckstead Lane.

We also provide couples therapy and individual therapy for Herriman, Riverton, Draper, West Jordan, Midvale, Bluffdale Utah.


Meet our South Jordan Utah Counseling Team

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Keagan Krogh, MS, LMFT

About Keagan

Keagan enjoys doing things outdoors like camping, boating, skiing, and sports. He also enjoys spending lazy days playing video games and board games, singing, and watching TV and movies with his wife.

Education and Experience

Keagan is a licensed marriage and family therapist with experience working with individuals and couples on a variety of issues including  anxiety, depression, trauma, communication, trust, infidelity, emotional intimacy, and emotional safety. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelors of science in Psychology and from the University of Southern Mississippi with a masters of science in Marriage and Family Therapy.

Therapeutic Philosophy and Approach

Keagan pulls principles and methods from multiple modalities, including EFT, CBT, IFS, and Gottman to help people learn principles, develop skills, and have experiences that help them build stronger relationships, feel better about themselves, and manage their emotions in a healthier way.  Keagan is grateful for the privilege of getting to listen to your stories, work with you, and watch you change and grow into better, happier versions of yourself.

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Dorothy Cobia, MMFT, LMFT

About Dorothy

Dorothy Cobia is originally from Utah. She enjoys serving in the community and has served as a board member for Utah’s Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

Dorothy also enjoys leisurely pursuits such as horseback riding, reading, and simply spending time with her husband.

Education and Experience

Dorothy’s educational background includes a B.S. in Neuroscience from Brigham Young University and a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Utah State University. 

Her graduate training focused on a variety of issues with children and adolescents including depression and anxiety related issues. She also received training emphasized in relational issues in both families and couples

Therapeutic Philosophy and Approach

Dorothy’s background in both neurological and psychological sciences have helped her form a more rounded approach to treating mental health issues. If you are searching for a therapist for yourself, your relationship, or your family, she may be the right fit for you. Dorothy enjoys working with adults, adolescents and children.

Her particular areas of interest include divorce, blended families, sexual issues, grief and loss, LGBTQ issues, and crises of faith.

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Stephanie Benson, MS, LAMFT

About Stephanie

Stephanie is an Ohio native who set off on an adventure to Utah in 2015 to enjoy the mountains. 

In her free time, Stephanie hikes with her dog, cuddles on the couch with her cats, plays board games with friends, and dances, acts, and sings in community theater.

Education and Experience

Stephanie has a bachelor’s degree in Education from Miami University and a Master’s degree in Learning Science from Utah State University. She also holds a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University.

If you need therapist in South Jordan, Utah for individual, couples, or family counseling, then you have come to the right place. Stephanie has experience guiding couples, families, and individuals of all ages through challenges involving mental illness, interpersonal conflict, stage of life transitions, trauma, and addiction in outpatient therapy settings as well as residential treatment settings.

Therapeutic Philosophy and Approach

Do you want a therapist who can help you effectively apply what you learn during your appointments? Stephanie’s prior training in education and learning sciences equips her to understand how you process information and learn new things. 

Her truest passion is working systemically and collaboratively with clients to help you grow toward positive change and healing. She lives for the “aha moments'' and looks forward to helping you have emotional and relational “aha moments” of your own.

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Brita Peirce, MA, LMFT

About Brita

Brita was raised in California but has lived in Utah since 2007.

When she’s not working, she excels at being a spectator and a chauffeur for her four kids various practices and performances. She enjoys watching shows and playing board games with her husband (especially when she wins). She also enjoys going on walks with the family dog. You can also find her in the kitchen cooking and assisting herself to chocolate chip cookie dough. Her and her family live in Herriman, Utah.

Education and Experience

Brita is a licensed marriage and family therapist in both California and Utah. She completed her Bachelors Degree in Marriage, Family and Human Development from BYU and received her Master’s Degree from Loma Linda University in Marriage and Family Therapy. She has also completed advanced training in Gottman Couples Therapy and EFT.

Therapeutic Philosophy and Approach

Whether you are seeking small changes or searching for big miracles, Brita has witnessed clients (couples, individuals, adolescents and families) at varying stages of hope be able to improve the quality of their connections and relationships that we all want and need.

Brita utilizes a client centered personalized approach utilizing several different modalities from CBT, EFT, Solution-Focused, Narrative, Experiential and Gottman to create a safe place for clients to explore their thoughts, beliefs and feelings as they work towards their goals. She specializes in grief and loss, trauma, crisis intervention, anxiety/depression, affair repair and pornography addiction recovery.

Brita believes that research and psychoeducation can make a big difference in helping give tools to aid in improved communication and connection and has been a presenter at several school, church and community events.

She fully believes that “what you do today can improve all of your tomorrows” (Ralph Marston).

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Madison Zundel, MA, LMFT

About Madison

When not working or continuing her education she enjoys hiking. Well, more like strolling through tall pine trees, boating, camping, cooking. She also enjoys eating food with lots of salt and butter, enjoying time with family and friends.

Education and Experience

Madison completed her Bachelor of science in family studies, and continued her education at Argosy University graduating with a Master of Arts in marriage and family therapy.

She utilizes child centered play therapy allowing children to process emotions in their own emotional language and provide a safe place to practice setting limits to express emotions responsibly. Through this language of play the lines of communication between parent and child are opened. She has training from Garry Landreth the creator of child centered play therapy.

Madison practices EMDR utilizing natural neurological processing similar to (REM) sleep. EMDR can be valuable to clients who have experienced a traumatic event or a traumatic relationship. These feelings and trauma get stuck and create emotional reactivity that doesn’t fit with the present moment. She has completed EMDR basic training and is accruing hours toward EMDR Certification.

Therapeutic Philosophy and Approach

As a licensed marriage and family therapist, Madison Zundel enjoys working with couples, families, and individuals who are exploring who they want to be in their relationships. Her approach confronts patterns head on, fostering growth in complex relationships quickly. She has a unique ability to connect with children and teenagers at a deep emotional level which allows them to explore their emotions responsibly. She uses humor and pop culture to create an environment where they can feel understood, and learn a vocabulary for their new experiences.

Madison sees therapy as an opportunity to experience authentic relationships with people, creating a butterfly effect for a more grounded and resilient life. She believes that we experience ourselves through our relationships. She creates an environment where clients increase compassion and acceptance of self and others. Madison encourages creative problem solving, you will have new experiences you didn’t even see as possible.

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Christopher Dominguez, LAMFT

About Christopher

Christopher hails originally from California and relocated to Utah permanently in 2005. When Christopher is not in office, he is often found camping or hiking to enjoy the serenity of the outdoors, taking time to reflect and recharge.

Education and Experience

Christopher has a Bachelor's Degree in Family Studies and a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. 

Therapeutic Philosophy and Approach

Christopher works with individuals, couples and families experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, communication challenges and enjoys helping people seek for growth and solutions to life’s varying challenges.

His professional path to becoming a Marriage and Family Therapist includes experience working with military and veteran members to increase resiliency, working with various individuals of different cultures and backgrounds throughout the United States to find life solutions and leading couples through their quest to improve their collaborative communication.

Thanks to his bachelor’s degree in Family Studies, years of professional experience with individuals, couples and families, Christopher has an optimistic outlook on challenges and changes which come with simply being human. His attentive listening skills and life experiences combine to support his work with clients.

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Laura Davies, LAMFT

About Laura

Laura Davies is originally from Chapel Hill, NC. Some of her hobbies include exploring new places, gardening, and mostly failing to learn Hungarian.

She also enjoys arranging and performing violin music, rock climbing, and starting way more books than she will ever finish!

Education and Experience

Laura received her Bachelor’s degree in Family Studies with an emphasis in Human Development from Brigham Young University and has remained in Utah ever since.

She is currently receiving her Master’s Degree from Capella University and is an intern Marriage and Family Therapist.

Therapeutic Philosophy and Approach

In therapy with Laura, you will learn that she passionately believes in relationships and realizing potential. She believes in finding beauty in your uniqueness and imperfection, and that change is the only constant in life.

Looking for couples or family therapy? Laura will work with you and your loved ones to reinvigorate your relationships and create deeper connections. She also enjoys working with parents and families struggling with their children.

Laura is a great fit for you and your teens. She has experience working with adolescents and their families, many of whom suffered from depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. If you are interested in receiving help for faith issues, she is also deeply invested in helping others navigate faith transitions and crises.

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Sam Bennett, MFTI

About Sam

Sam Bennett is originally from Boise, Idaho. Outside of the therapy room, Sam enjoys getting in the mountains, longboarding, running around with his family and dog, cooking, and reading comics.

Education and Experience

Sam is currently a Therapist Intern, working to complete his master's degree at Utah Valley University in Marriage and Family Therapy. Sam received his bachelor's degree from Utah Valley University in Family Sciences with a minor in Psychology. Sam has experience working in both community and private clinics, as well as addiction recovery facilities.

Therapeutic Philosophy and Approach

Sam enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families as they work through a variety of issues such as depression, anxiety and marital issues. Sam especially loves helping people increase self-compassion and acceptance and enhance connection and communication in relationships. Sam has been trained in the Building Lasting Connections program, which is designed to facilitate better connections and communication with couples, especially premarital couples.


Faith Ochoa, MFTI

About Faith

Faith has lived in either Utah and California for most of her life, but she has always considered herself a native Utahn. She and her husband moved back in 2018 and are here to stay! She loves the Utah mountains and enjoys exploring with her husband and two young kids. She is a lover of beauty and finds joy in creating beauty through gardening, cooking, and kombucha brewing.

Education and Experience

Faith earned her BA in Intercultural Studies with an emphasis in Latin American Studies from Biola University. She also completed her MA in Spiritual Formation & Soul Care at Biola in 2018 and has trained as a Spiritual Director. She is currently completing her MA in Marriage and Family Therapy at Kairos University.

Therapeutic Approach

Faith has a heart for working with individuals, couples, and families. She considers it a privilege to journey with people toward health and wholeness, especially health and wholeness in relationships. She is especially interested in working with couples, young families, and young adults. Other areas of interest include anxiety, depression, faith crises/transitions, premarital therapy, and grief work. She is currently receiving training in Emotionally-Focused Therapy and Gottman Method.

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