I’m a psychiatrist with an outpatient practice who has been referring patients to Autumn for therapy for several years. Whatever she’s doing, its working– I’ve heard nothing but glowing reviews from people I’ve sent her way. Old and young, male and female, across a variety of diagnoses and life issues, she has an ability to connect in a positive way and help people find a better path. I know she’ll continue to do that in her new life in Colorado, but I will sorely miss having her here in Salt Lake City.
For the first time in over 5 years, I see the end to my suffering. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel, and I owe that to Autumn and Autumn alone. She has help me immensely and turned my life around when I really didn’t see anything but darkness. I am so grateful to her; I couldn’t have done it without her.
I would like to thank Autumn for touching my life so profoundly with every encounter. She is both the invocation and benediction to my discoveries of self. Each visit does my soul so much good, and I am grateful for her feedback in the direction my life is taking.
Autumn has gone above and beyond to be a part of my life for many years. She always sees the good in me, even when I can’t see it in myself. She has taught me how to change my perspective, reframe, the ability to see things have many different ways to look at them. To see there is truth. She has always been a mentor and a companion. Thank you
I started using IV drugs in my earlier 20s after becoming addicted to prescribed painkillers. Autumn saved my life-and has helped me develop a life worth living. I had been in and out of over-priced rehabs, seen countless specialists-but had never encountered a therapist with Autumn’s knowledge, warmth, and compassion. For the first time in my life, I am beginning to feel whole, and I am no longer self-sabotaging my life. Words cannot do justice to how grateful I am to have found her in my journey.
After my marriage ended, I was a mess. I found myself as a single mom, starting life all over again, trying to balance school, work, and my children in a new city, virtually on my own. Autumn helped me through that rough time. Through goals that we set together I was able to overcome personal fears and move on to have some great successes, like graduating college, finding my dream job, and becoming newly engaged. Autumn’s passion for the people she helps goes beyond work, I feel that she cares personally about me and my family. Her sincerity in wanting me to succeed has inspired me to work harder and pursue my dreams.
Autumn is a compassionate, resourceful, knowledgeable, and a responsive professional who assisted our family through several important transitions. Whether responding to every day needs or facing some of life’s most challenging decisions, we knew we could rely on Autumn Melinda Stonecliffe, LCSW.”
I was addicted to drugs for my entire adult life; using them when I was angry or sad, bored or even happy. There was always an excuse to use. Autumn has helped me these last three years and I’ve stayed clean! I never thought it was possible, but I’m actually learning to like myself again. I want to live. And I’m doing it.”
Autumn! I love her name. Her name to me means healing. I have searched for a therapist that I could connect with for many years. Noone clicked. I started to hate therapy and saw no point in it. As life continued so did my battle with mental health. I found myself in a mental hospital at the U of U Hospital. Upon my release they gave me a social worker whom I was supposed to meet with the following day. My thoughts...another damn therapist. I’ve been down this road. God help me. As I crawled into her office the next day. I saw a beautiful, glowing woman walk down the hall towards me.