Helps with— Substance Abuse, Anger Management, Thinking Errors, Relapse Prevention, 12 step Program, Problem Solving, Communication Skills
- Services Individualized as per client need
- Outpatient, Individual, Family, & Group Therapy
- Uses the Strengthening Families Program
- Home-Based or Proctor (Foster) Care
- Girls and Boys, 13-18
Salt Lake Explore Offers:
- Life Skills Group
- Relapse Prevention Class
- Individual and/or Family Therapy
- Mentoring (Tracking) Services
- Substance Abuse Assessments
- Psychiatric Evaluations
- Educational Evaluations
- Psychological Evaluations
- Medication Management
- UA Testing
Explore is our outpatient program in Salt Lake, serving clients in Salt Lake County. Groups are held weekly. Mentoring Services (Tracking) is available.
Also offered are individual and/or Family Therapy, Substance Abuse Assessments, Psychological Evaluations, Educational Evaluations, Psychiatric Evaluations and Medication Management and UA testing.
The Strengthening Families Program is available including Home-Based or Proctor-Based services.Classes are offered weekly accompanied by In-Home Family Coaching sessions. Aftercare for clients who have particapated in the Strengthening Families Program at other Journey Programs is offered at this site.
Clients are served while living at home or in one of our proctor homes. The Out-Patient clinic serves both males and females, ages 13 to 18. Length of time varies with the client.
We have contracts with DJJS/DCFS as well as accepting private pay.
Enrollment: Chelsea Thomas – 801.885.7245
Salt Lake Director: Tasha Llewelyn – 801.550.0240
Office Phone: 801.375.4240
Office Fax: 801.375.4241
Tasha Llewelyn – Program Director
Tasha has been working with adolescents for 15 years and has a true passion for helping them succeed. Tasha was a tracker/mentor for 10 years; working closely with the youth and their families in the Juvenile system. She participated in attending court hearings, team meetings and enrolling them in programs that could benefit them in the future with their education as well as directing them with career choices and how they can achieve those goals. Tasha is currently working in the Sandy outpatient clinic as the Program Director; she works closely with families and believes together they can heal. Tasha also loves running the drug and alcohol group and working with the youth, helping them come up with coping skills, goals and reminding them that they have the ability to achieve their goals, hopes and dreams. Tasha is creative in coming up with new ways to help individuals find hope and success together as families. Tasha is married with 5 children; 4 boys and 1 girl and 3 grandchildren and another on the way. She loves spending time with her family and will jump at the opportunity to hang out with them. Her desire is to help the youth and their families have the same unity and to gain the skills to be successful and have a happy life.
There are often times where we as human beings wish for the difficult times to be few and far between and in the words of the wise wizard Gandalf, “all desire this who live to see such times but that is not for us to decide, all we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us”. That has been my guiding philosophy in life and has inspired me to pursue a career in marriage and family therapy. As a licensed associate marriage and family therapist, I am excited not only for the opportunity to continue my training but to also help you get to the place you want to be. Robert Plant said it best in Stairway to Heaven, “Yes there are two paths you can go by but in the long run there’s still time to change the road you’re on”. The road towards change will inevitably lead to many forks along the way but it is the time spent forging your own path that makes it a journey worthwhile. I look forward to traveling on that journey with you while providing the best therapy possible.
Jameson received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Mississippi State University and his Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Argosy University in Draper, Utah. Jameson lives with his lovely wife and beautiful daughter in the Salt Lake Valley and enjoys being creative in his spare time as the front-man and principal lyricist of his band American Hollow and acting in independent short films.
MaryAnne Linford, SSW
Mary Anne Linford, SSW, has over 27 years of experience as a licensed Social Service Worker. In her bachelor’s social work program she completed an internship with DCFS which led to her work in the field of adoption. Over the years she has loved working with birth parents, adoptees, and adoptive couples in decision making and grief/loss counseling. She has trained in individual as well as family and group counseling. She currently runs groups for The Journey Programs, and LDS Family Services. Mary Anne is passionate about and devoted to the clients she serves. Her strength lies in creating alliances and providing a safe and trusting environment for clients. As a Marriage and Family Therapist her approach to counseling is Narrative Solution Focused. She believes in a strength based approach and focuses on the unique strengths and talents each individual possesses.
Sarah Stroup, MFT
Sarah received her bachelors degree in Human Development and Family Studies and will graduate with her masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in April of 2014. She has been a student therapist with The Journey for nine months and has been working in residential treatment settings for nearly four years. Her passion is working with families, couples, children, and adolescents. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys reading, photography, scuba diving, and spending time with her husband and two dogs.
Diane Sandoval, LCSW
Diane has her Master of Social Work from Utah State University and Bachelor of Science in Social Psychology from Brigham Young University. Diane is certified in Domestic Violence treatment, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Aggression Replacement, Suicide Prevention, Positive Control, CPR and First Aid. Diane has received extensive training in Child Parent Psychotherapy, Play Therapy, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Sex Addiction and Jungian Therapy. Diane is currently employed with The Journey as a therapist. She has worked as a therapist with troubled children, adolescents and their families for 5 years. Diane has also worked with adults and couples in a variety of treatment settings. She has previously assisted troubled teens and their families as a Case Manager and Treatment Counselor with The State of Utah for 15 years. Diane has served on the Board for the National Alliance for Infant Mental Health and has participated in grant writing to assist with funding for The Journey.