About

The word Aloha comes with many meanings. The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. Aloha is a mindset and a way of life. Aloha is an attitude. To be in aloha is to be in the presence of life. To share your inner-most essence, being open and honest with humility. Aloha is accepting others for who they are and showing dignity to what they have to offer. Its deep meaning starts by teaching ourselves to love our own beings first, and afterwards to spread the love to others.

Established in 2004, Aloha Behavioral Consultants provides patients with outstanding mental health care and substance abuse treatment.

Aloha also has an exceptional Employee Assistance Program (EAP) serving employers and organizations in Davis and Weber Counties.

Our doctors, therapists, and support staff have more than 100 years of combined experience and a reputation to match. We provide treatment for depression, anxiety, marriage issues, ADHD, child behavioral problems, family counseling, LGBTQI challenges, abuse, trauma, OCD, bipolar disorder, and PTSD. Aloha also offers psychiatric medication management and an outpatient Suboxone program for Opioid addiction (Medication Assisted Treatment).

Aloha began in a one room therapy office and has been built brick by brick, therapist by therapist, and program by program to now serve Weber, Box Elder, Cache, Davis, and Morgan counties.

We pride ourselves on being family owned and operated, firmly rooted and invested in the Ogden Community. Aloha is passionate about doing what’s right for our patients and we will help look for other options should we not be the appropriate care for you.

It is our goal to provide exceptional, affordable mental health care to the Ogden Community, to make each client feel valued, to promote a healthy workplace, to serve our client and patient individual needs, and to give 100% satisfaction.

We strive everyday to bring you quality service. If something doesn’t meet your expectations, please let us know so that we may improve our services to you.