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The Multicultural Counseling Center (MCC) was founded in February 2015 by Karla Arroyo, LCSW, Ph.D. MCC was envisioned as a counseling center that provides various types of services to address mental and behavioral health, offering quality and evidence-based practices involving family and community members.

The mission statement of the Multicultural Counseling Center is to assist individuals, families, and communities in their recovery by delivering effective trauma-informed behavioral health services under a continuum-of-care model. MCC offers a continuum of care that includes therapy, case management, peer support, and skills counseling. We provide services to children, adolescents, and adults through various modalities, including individual, couples, family, and group therapy.

From the early beginning, we envisioned a practice where mental health was not limited to a one-hour therapy session but instead, a service combined with case management and advocacy to help our clients navigate the complexities of life

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"Excellent experience, always supporting the community, they have bilingual staff and the best guidance as well as attention.
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"This is a great service to the community, with fantastic employees assisting you. I am so glad that I was introduced to this organization because it has definitely enhanced and bettered our lives. Two thumbs up!!"
"They have taken good care of me in everything so far i would recomend MCC to all my friends and family. Thank you so much MCC!!!!"

The MCC Team

At the Multiculutral Counseling Center, our success is driven by the passion, dedication, and expertise of our remarkable team. We're a diverse group of individuals who share a common goal: To help individuals, families, and communites. Get to know the people who make it all happen:

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Jeannette Villalta

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Rural Community Liaison

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Karla Arroyo

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Founder/Therapist

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Gina Toledo

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Executive Director/Therapist

Discussing mental health in Utah's Latino community

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