MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING CENTER

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Multicultural Counseling Center (MCC), was founded on February 2015, by Karla Arroyo, LCSW. MCC was envisioned from early beginnings as a counseling center that serves in Utah capable of offering quality and evidence-based practice mental health therapy in a clean and cozy environment.

The mission statement of Multicultural Counseling Center is to help individuals, families, and communities in their recovery by providing effective trauma-informed short-term behavioral health services under a continuum of care model. MCC offers a continuum of care involving therapy, case management, peer support, and skills counseling with the goal of individuals gaining the skills they need to continue to live fulfilling lives.

We provide services to children, adolescents, and adults seeking behavioral services in the following modalities individual, couples, family, and group.

"From the early beginning, we envisioned a practice where mental health was not limited to the one-hour therapy but that was combined with case management and advocacy to help our client’s problem solve the complexity of life."​

Karla Arroyo, LCSW

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Individual Therapy
Couple Therapy
Family Supportive Services
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Skills Counseling
Child Therapy
Telehealth

OUR CLINICIANS

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KARLA ARROYO 

LCSW

Founder/Clinical Director

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MARIA MILLER

LCSW

Licensed Cinical Social Worker

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BERTA RODRIGUEZ

LCMHC

Licenced Clinical Mental Health Counselor

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TANIA MARAMBIO

CSW

Clinical Social Worker

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