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Medical Towers Family Therapy


Sheila Bittle


1060 East 100 South, Suite 208
Salt Lake City, UT 84102

Primary Practice Area

Psychiatric / Mental Health

Appointment Phone

(801) 532-7414

Medical Towers Family Therapy
1060 East 100 South, Suite 208
Salt Lake City, UT 84102

Additional Information

Walk-Ins Welcome?


Accepting New Patients?

Yes, we are accepting new patients

Language Spoken


Ages Served

16-21, 21-64, 65+

Insurance Plans Accepted

Aetna, Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Coventry Healthcare, Medicaid, United Healthcare, Select Health


My professional experience spans a few decades. As an Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse (APRN) my Private Practice serves patients with psychotherapy and prescriptions.
I see individuals, couples, and families, with ages ranging from 16-65+. My theoretical and clinical approach endorses Psychodynamic Object Relations, relationship therapy, grief therapy and crisis Intervention. Treatment planning is dependent on the clinical needs of the patient, couple, or family.
I have supervised and enjoyed working with many PMH graduate students and APRN Interns, and other mental health therapists.
I am a member of the Utah Nurses Association, the American Psychiatric Nurses Association; the Utah Nurse Practitioner Association. I served on the UNA Governmental Relations Committee and the Nurse Practice Act Task Force.
I am a Board Member of APNA, Utah Chapter
My Faculty appointments are with the University of Utah College of Nursing (Assistant Clinical Professor) and I have supervised and lectured students at Westminster College School of Nursing
As a member of the Nurse Practice Act Task Force I played a major leadership role in the advancement of the scope of practice for all advanced practice nurses. Some say I pioneered efforts to achieve independent third party reimbursement for PMH Nurses and promoted the licensure designation of APRN (Advanced Practice Registered Nurse).
I support interdisciplinary collegiality, networking and collaboration with all levels of Nursing practice and between nurses and other professional disciplines.