Moab Regional Health Center is home to licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CMHC) Antje Rath and her practice, Sunrise Counseling.
Antje works with a wide range of clients, including young children, adolescents, adults, couples, families, and elderly people. She provides a non-judgmental, confidential environment for people from all walks of life. Together with clients, she develops an individual treatment plan. Clients are encouraged to participate as actively as possible in their treatment by determining their own goals, working on assignments between appointments, and deciding the frequency of sessions.
Is Counseling for Me?
Almost everyone can benefit from counseling at some point to help them improve their lives. Sometimes, just asking for help and finding support and understanding will allow people to feel more hopeful and less alone. Even though the length of therapy will differ for every individual, most people find that they start feeling better after the first session. No matter how big or small your problem, Antje encourages interested persons not to hesitate to contact her so she can discuss with you if you may benefit from counseling.
- Experience: 20 years
- Education: University of Utah, Masters in Psychology
If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911 or one of the numbers below:
- Grand County Crisis Hotline: 435-259-6131
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
- Grand County Sheriff’s Department: 435-259-8115
- Carbon County Crisis Hotline: 435-637-2358
- Emery County Crisis Hotline: 435-384-2432
- Red Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio: 1-888-628-9454
Please feel free to contact Antje directly with any questions.
You will not be charged for emails or phone calls.
To speak with Antje or to schedule an appointment, call: 435-719-5550
Or send an Email.
Antje's office is located in the Moab Regional Health Center - Suite B (formerly Moab Regional Multi-Specialty Clinic), inside the I.W. Allen Medical Plaza.