The Road to Healing Begins Here

Together We Can Tackle What's Holding You Back


Life can be messy. Even the strongest people can benefit from a dedicated space with an objective view to help them through life’s challenges. Some of these challenges may be long-term, while others are temporary reactions to difficult situations. Either way, learning effective coping strategies can help relieve pain and build tools to improve the quality of life in the long run.

"Be brave enough to heal yourself even when it hurts."


Some research suggests that individuals suffer needlessly for up to 20 years before ever seeking help. Although seeking therapy can be intimidating, most of our clients said they only regret not having done so earlier.

We know reaching out is hard. Our staff is here to help you through each step of the process.

About Dr. Haderlie

Michael Haderlie, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been in private practice in Utah County since 2011. He completed his doctorate training at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas after completing a bachelor’s degree at Brigham Young University and a master’s degree at Pacific University. He also completed a one-year internship at the University of Kansas student counseling center.

Dr. Haderlie works with adults, adolescents, and children. He has specialized training in the treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, and Trauma. He has additionally worked with individuals experiencing a wide variety of concerns related to depression, relationship difficulties, chronic pain, sports performance, and anger management, among others. Dr. Haderlie conducts assessments including ADHD diagnostic evaluations and pre-surgical evaluations for individuals contemplating bariatric, spinal, or other elective surgeries.

Dr. Haderlie has a passion for the field of psychology and strives to keep informed of psychological research. He focuses on evidence-based practice in order to best serve his clients, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), and acceptance-based approaches.

In his personal time, Dr. Haderlie enjoys spending time with his family. He holds a national D-license in coaching from the US Soccer Federation and has coached teams for each of his three children. He enjoys camping, hiking, and any outdoor activity. When confined inside, Dr. Haderlie is a fan of almost any board game or card game, and does try to read an occasional book.

Together We Can Tackle What's Holding You Back