Phil Wintch

Phil is a Master’s Level therapist who has been serving adults and children with mental health issues since 2006. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brigham Young University, and attended Graduate school at Arizona State University where he earned his Master’s Degree in Social Work. Phil Graduated from ASU Summa Cum Laude with an emphasis in the therapeutic treatment of children and families. He has worked in a wide variety of treatment settings including wilderness and residential therapy programs, community mental health agencies, hospital psychiatric clinics, and the public school system.  In these settings Phil has worked with at-risk adolescents struggling with substance abuse, mental and behavioral illnesses, and developmental disabilities; adults with serious mental illnesses; and military veterans with serious mental illnesses. Phil’s experiences have helped him develop skills in the use of psychotherapy to treat various disorders in the areas of substance abuse, anxiety, mood, and personality. Phil especially likes using outdoor therapies such as wilderness experiences and equine therapy to treat illnesses.  In his free time Phil likes to work at his family’s ranch in central Utah, swim, hike, rock climb, read, and spend time with his wife and two young children.

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Phil Wintch, LCSW

Phil Wintch, LCSW

Phil Wintch, LCSW

Phil is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been serving adults and children with mental health issues since 2006. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brigham Young University, and attended Graduate school at Arizona State University where he earned his Master’s Degree in Social Work.

Phil Graduated from ASU Summa Cum Laude with an emphasis in the therapeutic treatment of children and families. He has worked in a wide variety of treatment settings including wilderness and residential therapy programs, community mental health agencies, hospital psychiatric clinics, and the public school system.  In these settings Phil has worked with at-risk adolescents struggling with substance abuse, mental and behavioral illnesses, and developmental disabilities; adults with serious mental illnesses; and military veterans with serious mental illnesses.

Phil’s experiences have helped him develop skills in the use of psychotherapy to treat various disorders in the areas of substance abuse, anxiety, mood, and personality. Phil especially likes using outdoor therapies such as wilderness experiences and equine therapy to treat illnesses.  In his free time Phil likes to work at his family’s ranch in central Utah, swim, hike, rock climb, read, and spend time with his wife and two young children.


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