I am a licensed counselor and therapist practicing in St George Utah and have been treating individuals for the last 20 years. When dealing with difficult circumstances in life, confronting unpleasant thoughts and emotions, or struggling with relationships, many people aren’t sure where to turn. Most likely, you’ve already attempted to resolve these problems yourself, but have been unable or are not satisfied with where you are at right now. Consulting with a licensed professional counselor can help you find solutions to the challenges you are facing and begin finding joy!
I have formal training in EMDR, BSP and CBT. I am trained to provide counseling for both individual and relationship problems. I have worked as a counselor inpatient settings, outpatient therapy, and life-coaching settings with individuals, teens, and couples on a variety of personal and relationship issues. I have extensive work and additional training in treating anxiety, depression, PTSD and trauma, complex families, addiction (sexual and substance abuse), and relationship issues. I have taught university courses on family relationships and presented at national conferences regarding my clinical work.
Thank you for visiting my website. Here you can find information about the therapy and counseling that I offer.
Please contact me with questions and I can help make a determination about how best to help you. I invite you to peruse the site to learn more about me and the services I provide. I look forward to working with you.
Justin K. Stum, MS LMFT
Licensed Therapist & Counselor
Recent Blog Articles
Breath Work: Balancing Your Nervous System
Breathing is a vital part of life and a fundamental aspect of physical and mental health. Feeling fried emotionally or do you find you are edgy and irritable much of the time? I encourage many of my clients to engage in a practice of breath work to setup their body and mind for balance and…
How Your Nervous System Responds To Trauma
The Process in Your Brain You react to threat in micro-seconds, processes within the brain unconsciously activates rapidly in a pattern to protect you in a moment of cerebral overwhelm. Our brains are each hardwired to protect us from harm. We generally move into fight, flee, or freeze states. It’s at these moments when we…
Understanding The Conceptualization of the Self
The Ego Alan Watts, a philosopher and thinker gave a speech some time ago about the false idea of who we are. What he said in his speech was pretty rich in some ways yet also profound as you think about who you are, what do do, and how complicated yet beautiful life can be. Alan…
3 Steps To ‘Fair Fighting’
3 min read All couples at one time or another will find themselves in arguments and at times “fighting”. Yes, even the healthiest couples do have conflict and verbal battles from time to time, the question is about whether or not their combative moments are in fact healthy or not. It’s important to note that…