Counseling
Anastasia Pollock, LCMHC is one of the most sought after therapists in the Salt Lake Valley. As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, with over 13 years of clinical experience, Anastasia Pollock is the Clinical Director of Life Stone Counseling Centers, a practice providing state-of-the-art, effective therapy to help individuals overcome life's challenges.

Anastasia specializes in treating women's issues, complex trauma and dissociative disorders using Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). She has received extensive training and experience in these areas and has helped countless clients make significant improvements in their lives.  Anastasia is passionate about helping individuals meet their full potential and live happy, healthy lives.

Anastasia is currently not accepting new psychotherapy clients. Her wait list is also closed. To schedule an appointment with one of her trusted colleagues please call (801) 984-1717 or visit Life Stone Counseling Centers.
Professional Highlights:
  • Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC)
  • Clinical Director of Life Stone Counseling Centers
  • EMDR Institute Facilitator
  • Trauma Recovery/EMDR HAP Facilitator
  • Approved EMDRIA Consultant
  • Regular 'Self-Improvement' and 'Ask a Therapist' Contributor on Fox13's The PLACE
  • Post Traumatic Stress/Trauma Expert Contributor for GoodTherapy.com
  • Podcast Host of 'Seeing Mind to Mind: All Things Mental Health'
  • Author and contributor to KSL.com
  • 2017 EMDRIA Conference Presenter
  • 2017 EMDRIA Canada Conference Presenter
Recent Appearances...
<p><a href="http://fox13now.com/2018/02/19/taking-the-stigma-out-of-dissociative-identity-disorder/" target="_blank"><b>Taking the Stigma out of Dissociative Identity Disorder </b></a><br/></p><p>Fox13′s The PLACE with <a href="http://www.anastasiapollock.com" target="_blank">Anastasia Pollock, LCMHC</a></p><p>Dissociative identity disorder (DID) also know as multiple personalities
 has been portrayed alot in movies and television. Shows like Fight 
Club, Sybil, and United States of Tara  all feature characters battling 
different versions of their own personality. These portrayals can seem 
like an overdramatized and unrealistic examples of a very real mental 
disorder. Therapist Anastasia Pollock of<a href="http://www.lifestonecenter.com" target="_blank"> Life Stone Counseling Centers</a>
 talked Dave Nemeth about how we can destigmatize this very real illness
 and help those who are affected. To read Anastasia’s article on the <a href="http://blog.doctoroz.com/oz-experts/what-you-need-to-know-about-dissociate-identity-disorder" target="_blank">Dr. Oz Blog CLICK HERE. </a> <a href="http://fox13now.com/2018/02/19/taking-the-stigma-out-of-dissociative-identity-disorder/" target="_blank">Watch here!</a><br/></p>

Taking the Stigma out of Dissociative Identity Disorder

Fox13′s The PLACE with Anastasia Pollock, LCMHC

Dissociative identity disorder (DID) also know as multiple personalities has been portrayed alot in movies and television. Shows like Fight Club, Sybil, and United States of Tara  all feature characters battling different versions of their own personality. These portrayals can seem like an overdramatized and unrealistic examples of a very real mental disorder. Therapist Anastasia Pollock of Life Stone Counseling Centers talked Dave Nemeth about how we can destigmatize this very real illness and help those who are affected. To read Anastasia’s article on the Dr. Oz Blog CLICK HERE.  Watch here!

Posted 40 weeks ago
<p><a href="http://blog.doctoroz.com/oz-experts/what-you-need-to-know-about-dissociate-identity-disorder#more-7887" target="_blank"><b>A Closer Look at Dissociative Identity Disorder </b></a><br/></p><p>The Oz Blog with <a href="http://www.anastasiapollock.com" target="_blank">Anastasia Pollock, LCMHC</a><br/></p><p>Dissociative identity disorder (DID) also known as multiple 
personalities or, as I like to call it, multiplicity, may seem like a 
far-fetched, fantasy-like concept, made up for the purpose of 
entertaining the masses with stories, movies, and television shows. 
However, the truth is that DID is a very real condition that many people
 have had to develop in order to survive, function, and navigate the 
world. It is more common than most think, affecting up to one percent of
 the population, according to the American Psychiatric Association. That
 is 1 in 100 people. <a href="http://blog.doctoroz.com/oz-experts/what-you-need-to-know-about-dissociate-identity-disorder#more-7887" target="_blank">Read more…</a><br/></p>

A Closer Look at Dissociative Identity Disorder

The Oz Blog with Anastasia Pollock, LCMHC

Dissociative identity disorder (DID) also known as multiple personalities or, as I like to call it, multiplicity, may seem like a far-fetched, fantasy-like concept, made up for the purpose of entertaining the masses with stories, movies, and television shows. However, the truth is that DID is a very real condition that many people have had to develop in order to survive, function, and navigate the world. It is more common than most think, affecting up to one percent of the population, according to the American Psychiatric Association. That is 1 in 100 people. Read more…

Posted 40 weeks ago
Posted 40 weeks ago