Salt Lake City, Utah


“We’re not in love anymore, but I don’t want to break up our family.”

“We fight about the kids all the time. We just can’t agree on how to raise them.”

“It’s yours, mine, and ours, which I knew would be hard, but it’s way harder than I ever imagined.”

“The kids are out of control; she lets them walk all over her.”

“He’s never around, and when he is, he’s so impatient.”

“Sure, we were busy and exhausted when the kids were little, but they were sweet, and it was fun too. Now? With teens? We’re lost. What are we going to do?”

Families are… wonderful, messy, painful, rewarding, challenging, and often both more amazingly difficult and satisfying than we ever expected. They are the perfect storm that can push us to grow like no other experience in life.

Each family is unique, so there is no one, simple solution that fits all. But if you and your partner are struggling with your relationship with each other and with your kids, you’ve found the right place to discover the best solutions for you.

My name is Anne Evans-Cazier, and I love helping couples and their families find a path forward that works well for all of them. My first career was teaching school, and I became a therapist after raising my own family. My second husband and I have a combined family of five kids, ten grandkids, and three great-granddaughters. We’ve faced many challenges, from divorce and the death of a spouse, to ADD, OCD, cancer, creating a blended family, and so much more.

When you are part of a family, the challenges never end, do they? Creating a partnership that includes children is truly the ultimate never-ending journey with so many possibilities along the way.

Is it time to look at where you are headed and where you would like to go? I would love to be a part of your journey.

Salt Lake City



  • Family system or in-law challenges
  • Parenting conflicts
  • Co-Parenting
  • All Parenting Issues

Clinical Approach: Developmental Model
Years of Experience: 20+

  • LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) Licensed Clinical Social Worker
    All well-trained relationship specialists seek to offer advice, feedback, observations, and homework to help your relationship evolve.

    This profession usually requires two years of study after obtaining an undergraduate degree. While specific licensure requirements vary by state, most require clinical social workers to obtain 3,000 hours or 2 years of supervised clinical experience, after obtaining a Masters degree. Social workers can also specialize in diverse fields such as human services management, social welfare analysis, community organizing, social and community development, and social and political research.

    As you know, this is not an easy task when you and your partner are struggling to communicate, cooperate, and connect. This is where a highly trained guide is especially valuable.
  • LCSW License UT #5970882-3501


  • Developmental Model of Couples Therapy
  • Developmental Model of Couples Therapy Advanced


  • English
  • Utah
  • United States
  • Telehealth (virtual)


  • Virtual