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Therapists at Utah Valley Counseling

Therapists at Utah Valley Counseling are specialized in treating individuals and couples affected by pornography and sex addiction. Utah Valley Counseling providers have pioneered treatment of compulsive pornography use and addiction, sex addiction, lust addiction, and love addiction for both male and female addicts, and relational trauma related to a partner or family members addiction. Many refer to this type of trauma as betrayal trauma or PTSD. Utah Valley Counseling providers have specialized training in facilitating a full disclosure and the healing process that follows, including creating healthy boundaries, secure and healthy attachment and repairing the relationship.

If you or your treatment provider, that resides outside of the Utah Valley Counseling service area, are interested in the specialized training for the treatment of pornography and sex addiction, lust and love addiction, female sex addiction, relational trauma or betrayal trauma recovery and full disclosure that is offered by Utah Valley Counseling, contact our office for more information.

Utah Valley Counseling Therapists


Alyson Watkins


Alyson was born and raised in New York and has a master’s degree in mental health counseling. With a lifelong passion for helping people who are struggling, Alyson values strong, empathic listening skills and helps her clients look for effective solutions in their lives.

Alyson specializes in working with those suffering with anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, and addictions. She also works with women’s issues such as self-esteem, shame, and body image.

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Dan Solen


Dan has a passion for helping and loves to find unique solutions to problems that keep people stuck. He has a degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University and has worked in private practice settings and inpatient addiction treatment for New Roads Treatment Centers.

Dan specializes in treating sexual addictions and extramarital affairs. He also works with people struggling with depression, anxiety, compulsive behaviors, among other concerns people bring to counseling.

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Allyson Evans


Allyson received her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Utah State University. She is dedicated to efficient work in therapy and getting right to solutions. She specializes in addiction recovery treatment and related trauma. Allyson truly enjoys working with couples.

In therapy she takes a comprehensive approach to wellness that takes into account treating the “whole person.” Allyson works with individuals, couples, and families dealing with addiction, illness, depression and/or anxiety.

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Megan Rogers


Megan was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and received her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Brigham Young University. She is passionate about couple’s therapy and especially loves working with teenagers and their families.

Megan focuses on the treatment of sexual addiction, eating disorders or unhealthy relationships with food, perfectionism, anxiety, depression, and parent-child relationships.

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Christopher Matteson


Christopher has a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from Brigham Young University and has worked as a therapist since 2004.

Christopher has worked in many therapy settings including: Wasatch Mental Health, Valley Mental Health, Aspen Achievement Academy, and the Center for Family Preservation & Progress.

Christopher enjoys helping couples and families, and people struggling with depression and anxiety. Christopher also has specialized training in treating sexual addictions.

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Colton Waldron


Colton enjoys helping couples and families reach their relationship goals. He specializes in working with infidelity, pornography use and partner trauma, difficult life stages and transitions, relationship satisfaction, and depression and anxiety. Colton focuses on helping his clients use their relationship and behavior patterns to accomplish their goals, guiding them in re-patterning unsuccessful interactions.

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Julie Malloy


Julie is a Utah native and received her master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from Brigham Young University. Within a safe environment, Julie helps her clients recognize strengths and resources to achieve their personal goals. She specializes in helping clients work through anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and addictions and recovery.

Julie understands and respects the courage it takes to come to counseling and believes that counseling makes a profound impact in peoples’ lives.

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Danae Harding


Danae was born and raised in Utah Valley. She earned her master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Loma Linda University in California. She is passionate about helping clients find growth, health, strength, and happiness in relationships, and in life. She enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families who are dealing with anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, identity, perfectionism, relationship issues, addiction recovery, and LGBT issues.

Danae works collaboratively with her clients to identify personalized unique solutions to create lasting, meaningful change. Danae also has training in the contemporary gestalt therapy model.

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Erica Delgado


Erica is from Phoenix, Arizona and has spent the last nine years falling in love with Utah. She received her Master’s degree from Brigham Young University in Marriage and Family Therapy, during which time she worked as a research assistant, focusing on emotional regulation strategies and techniques for couples.

Erica specializes in helping people overcome sexual addiction and related trauma, and couples issues like communication and conflict management. She also treats anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, and life events or transitions (including faith crisis and faith transitions).

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Micah Ingalls


Micah is from Claremont, California. He earned his master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Brigham Young University. He works with couples, families, and individuals who are experiencing sex and pornography addictions, trauma, depression, anxiety, or self-esteem challenges.

Micah is a compassionate and enthusiastic therapist who is committed to helping individuals, families and couples find strength and healing in their lives.

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Directors and Staff


Dr. Adam M. Moore

Clinical Director

Dr. Adam Moore has provided professional counseling for over a decade. He specializes in treating sexual addiction (including pornography addiction), and extramarital affairs.

Dr. Moore is an educator and public speaker. He has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses at Brigham Young University, Argosy University, and Utah Valley University. He has shared presentations and workshops on pornography and sexual addiction recovery with many thousands of people across the state of Utah.

Dr. Moore provides training and supervision for all Utah Valley Counseling therapists.

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Lindsay Moore

Executive Director

Lindsay manages Utah Valley Counseling’s operations, including insurance and other third-party billing, graphic design, social media and outreach. She has a background in human resources and office management and has worked in HR and office management positions with Hampton Inn & Suites, Sodexho facilities management, and Utah Valley University facilities.

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Office Manager

Lauren manages office operations, receives intake phone calls, assigns new clients to therapists, and provides support to Utah Valley Counseling clinicians and directors. Lauren's previous work history includes event planning, retail, and forensic anthropology.

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At Utah Valley Counseling, we help clients with many presenting concerns, including the following:


Sexual and pornography addiction
Extramarital affairs
Eating disorders
Sexual dysfunction
Parenting / family issues
Marriage counseling
Chronic illness
Body image or self-esteem issues