About Frank

 
Facebook Twitter Email

Frank Clayton is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor, specializing in HAPPINESS.

Salt Lake Mental Health he helps individuals (age 12+), couples and families with such issues as depression, anxiety, communication problems, anger issues and assertiveness.

We take most insurance including Aetna, Medicaid, Mental Health Network, PEHP, Regence Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Triwest or Tricare, United Behavioral Health.  We do not take insurance for Altius, Cigna, MH Net, Medicare and Select.

Our typical fee is $80 but we do offer a sliding scale as low as $60.

Frank also hosts a FREE class called Happiness 101. Click here for more information.

Frank is currently accepting new clients and accepts most insurance.
Call 801-244-9049

My vision is to help people feel happy.

MISSION STATEMENT

Being a counselor is my calling.  I absolutely love helping people.  Initially it was enough to just help people NOT to feel depressed, but I thought, “Surely we can do better”.  I have emersed myself in the study of happiness and found a great deal of research dedicated to the subject and have dedicated myself to not just helping to alleviate symptoms of depression but to help people to actually become happy LONG-TERM.  I commit to continue to study positive psychology and solution-focused therapy that I may help people to look inside and find what they have always longed for: true happiness.

Click here to get forms needed for your first appointment

E-mail: frank@saltlakementalhealth.com

Phone: 801-244-9049

Address: 220 East 3900 South #7, Salt Lake City, Utah 84107

Recorded information about upcoming events: 877-476-6338

New Account Forms (Word)

New Account Forms (PDF)


 

 

  61 Responses to “About Frank”

  1. [...] Frank Clayton is a licensed professional counselor practicing in Salt Lake City. He specializes in happiness. He teaches other therapists and professionals about positive psychology and has been teaching Happiness 101 for over three years. Posted by Frank Clayton at 3:24 pm Tagged with: anti-depressant, antidepressant, Arizona, census, choice, choices, counseling, counselor, death, depressed, depressing, depression, dirty secret, drugs, Duke University, exercise, Flourishing, Frank Clayton, happier, Happiness 101, happy, Happy therapist, Health, Idaho, James Blumenthal, kill, Martin Seligman, medications, meds, mortality, Nevada, optimism, pessimism, Positive Psychology, prescribed, prescriber, sad, saddest, Seligman, suicide, suicide belt, therapist, therapy, United States, Wyoming [...]