Paul Flack, LMFT
I initially chose a counseling career because it felt like a calling; people opened up to me, and I felt energized rather than burdened. My early career case management work taught me that healthy relationships were essential for our overall health, which led me to Marriage & Family Therapy.
My training was transformative, leading to countless realizations about who I am, how I relate to others, and who I aspire to be. It is a challenging process that has made me a more mindful, maneuverable, and effective therapist. I enjoy helping therapists learn this early on.
My hope is that new professionals let their training and experiences penetrate and enhance their own lives. I am committed to helping my supervisees stay open, self-aware, and curious so that their work is at least as meaningful for themselves as it is for their clients.
WORDS I LIVE BY:
"To be moved is to be human." - Tom Anderson
Year of Licensure: 2005
Meets State Requirements
- Brigham Young University: BA
- University of Nebraska: MS
- Argosy University-Salt Lake City: DMFT (Doctoral Candidate)
AREAS OF SPECIALTY:
- Substance Abuse
- Domestic Violence Perpetrator Therapy
- Culture-Specific Treatment
- Systemic Relational Therapy