The health and wellness of my team, clients, families, friends, and the general population is my first priority. Given the current situation with the COVID-19 disease and the importance of physical distancing during this outbreak, I have decided to conduct all therapy sessions via a secure Telehealth platform (Zoom). My office staff will be answering phones and offering normal support. I will continue to monitor developments and assess additional actions as the situation may require. If you have any concerns or questions, please let me know.
With over 20 years experience working with individuals, couples, and families, I will make sure you get the help you're seeking.
I have specialized training in these areas:
You can contact my office at 435-652-4366 to schedule an appointment.
Appointments are 45 minutes.
If you need more time than the standard 45 minute session, then extra time will be billed. Out-of-session correspondence will also be billed at my current rate.
Payment will be collected prior to your session (card, check, or cash). Please contact my office for my current rates.
After you have scheduled an appointment to meet with me, my office assistant will email you intake paperwork that needs to be completed online and submitted before your first appointment. Completing this beforehand will allow more time for you to speak with me in session about the issues that bring you to counseling.
INSURANCE: I am not a provider for any insurance carriers. I do not bill insurance companies. It is your responsibility to pay for your session fees prior to service. If you would like to submit a statement of service to your insurance for potential reimbursement of your costs, please inform the office assistant and they will provide one.
THIRD PARTY PAYMENT (INCLUDING LDS BISHOPS): We can submit invoices to LDS bishops for reimbursement. If your bishop will be paying for your counseling sessions, please bring his mailing address and phone number with you to your initial appointment.
WHAT IS EFT?
This opportunity allows couples two days of intensive couple therapy with Geoff Steurer, licensed marriage and family therapist and marriage recovery expert.
Marriage intensives offer:
Here’s what we can accomplish during the marriage intensive
During your intensive, I’ll work privately with you in a highly focused way for two days. It will be intensive marriage counseling for just the two of you. No other couples or therapists will be involved.
Although we can’t solve everything in two days, we can usually:
Very likely, you’ll leave the intensives with your walls down, feeling softer and closer to each other than you have in a long time.
Schedule:Two consecutive days 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
During your intensive, we’ll work together each day in a highly focused way. Here is the basic schedule and cost outline.
Unlike weekly sessions, we can break when we need to. For intensives, I’m on call for you during the times listed. Each couple is unique in the pace they want to work. It’s important for you to carve out space during the two days to concentrate on your marriage. The schedule during the day will flex based on how things are going.
First Day: Typically, I'll do one hour in the morning with both partners. After that, we'll break into individual sessions (each spouse for one hour) By this time, everyone is ready for lunch. After an hour or so for lunch, we'll come back in the afternoon for more sessions with short breaks as we need them.
Second Day: We’ll begin the second day with couples counseling and take breaks as needed. If additional individual meetings are necessary, we’ll adjust accordingly. There will be a one-hour lunch. If additional time is needed after the second day, we can discuss and make arrangements, if time allows.
Location:393 E. Riverside Drive Suite 3A, St. George, UT 84790
Intensives are Not Appropriate for All Couples
Consider these conditions before making the commitment:
These couples or similar situations may necessitate a more traditional weekly session format or other interventions before couples therapy is appropriate.
About St. George, Utah
The city of St. George, located in southwestern Utah, is a lovely historic city with roots in the days of the American pioneers. It is surrounded by many gorgeous bits of nature, including Snow Canyon State Park and the famously beautiful Zion National Park. In the city itself, visitors will find a charming downtown area full of history, museums, art, and culture, as well as some delicious food and excellent shopping. St. George has over 255 days per year of sunshine and is a popular vacation destination. For more information on St. George, please visit the following website: https://www.visitstgeorge.com
I recommend couples plan an extra day or two to enjoy some time together in the beautiful surroundings of Southern Utah.
Disclaimer: These couple intensives are offered by Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT in support of couples wanting to do significant work on their relationship. Results cannot be guaranteed. As with other therapy services offered, no warranty or guarantee is made either explicit or implied.
Mandatory Disclosure: These therapy services will be subject to the laws and regulations of the State of Utah where the therapy occurs and Mr. Steurer is licensed. As such, though you may be visiting from out of state or country, as an LMFT in Utah, Mr. Steurer may be required to report evidence or allegations of child abuse or elder abuse to authorities or a government agency where you reside and/or in Utah depending on circumstances or to take action if a partner is a risk to self or others.
Individuals who struggle to stop viewing pornography often feel powerless and hopeless over their efforts to quit.
Sometimes individuals have problematic sexual behaviors that go beyond pornography, including affairs, prostitutes/escorts, strip clubs, voyeurism, and masturbation.
Getting help for problematic sexual behavior takes courage. I have specialized training in assisting those who struggle with pornography and sexually problematic behaviors. I can help you stop the self-defeating patterns that threaten your emotional, spiritual, physical, and relational health.
Consider the following questions:
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, let's meet and talk about your situation to plan the best way to help you move toward a healthier you.
It is surprising how difficult life becomes when you've been betrayed by someone who committed to be faithful to you.
There are so many unexpected hardships. Regular things feel so much more difficult (like parenting, friendships, socializing, work, sleeping, eating, and others). Even though his behavior isn't your fault, the fallout from his actions impact your mind, feelings, body, spirit, and relationships.
You long to stop the pain, so you focus on the source of that pain... your partner's addiction. You might tell yourself, "If he just gets over his pornography or sexual addiction, I'll be fine."
It's true that he does need to heal from his addictive behaviors. It's also true that you've been deeply wounded by his choices. You need your own healing.
In the stress and confusion, it's normal to forget your own need to heal and to be heard.
My training is in marriage and family therapy, so I have experience working with most issues impacting individuals, couples, and families.
I've worked in many different settings over the past 20 years, so I can quickly assess the best kind of help for your situation.
If there is another approach or therapist who can help you more effectively, I will make sure to refer you.
My objective is to get you the right kind of help, even if it's not me.