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Meet the Dedicated Team at Meadowbrook Counseling

At Meadowbrook Counseling, every member of our team, from therapists to administrative staff, is dedicated to supporting you on your journey to wellness. We are not just professionals but also compassionate allies who are committed to creating a safe, nurturing environment where healing and transformation can flourish. Our expert therapists specialize in various evidence-based modalities, ensuring personalized care tailored to your unique needs and goals. Join us, and experience the Meadowbrook difference - where empathy, expertise, and empowerment converge for holistic mental wellness.

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Meet Darcy ThompsonAPSW, EMDR

Darcy Thompson is a clinical social worker who is eager to collaborate with clients on their treatment objectives. They earned both their Bachelors and Masters of Social Work degrees from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, focusing on Trauma-Informed care, Person-Centered treatment approaches, and Solution-Focused therapies. Additionally, they are skilled in EMDR, Motivational Interviewing, Crisis Stabilization and Intervention, Psychodynamic Therapy, Mindfulness, and Emotion-Regulation practices.

Throughout their career, Darcy has assisted a diverse range of clients spanning various ages and backgrounds. With a commitment to active, reflective listening and empathy, they strive to deeply comprehend each client's life challenges and experiences. This understanding forms the foundation for a collaborative journey towards wellness and personal growth. Darcy has expertise in working with individuals diagnosed with Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, CPTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Adjustment Disorder, Schizophrenia, and several other severe and persistent mental health conditions. They are wholeheartedly dedicated to supporting each client in achieving their therapeutic aspirations.

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Meet Alex MagenoPsychiatrist/MD, Board Certified, TMS

Dr. Alex Mageno is board-certified general psychiatrist. He is comfortable working with all ages and stages of life with additional specialty training in child and adolescent psychiatry, nutritional psychiatry, and integrative mental health. He has joined Meadowbrook Counseling to help clients with medication-resistant anxiety, depression, and OCD to explore other effective and research-based treatments such as deep TMS. TMS therapy is a non-invasive and highly effective treatment that harnesses the power of magnetic fields to stimulate specific areas of the brain associated with mood regulation. Individuals can access this transformative treatment for improved mental well-being through TMS therapy.

His personal approach to treatment is to first develop a deep understanding of the symptoms clients are experiencing, then examine how these symptoms impact their ability to experience health, wellness, and connectedness to others. He want to understand, as much as possible, the root cause of the depression, anxiety, insomnia, or whatever else his patients may experience.

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Meet Shelby SchillerPhD, LCSW, Supervisor, EMDR, Somatic Experience

Dr. Schiller began her clinical career as a hospice volunteer at the age of 16, developing a passion for clinical trauma and complex behavioral health issues. Her direct practice experience includes intensive case management working with children, families, couples, and individuals across the lifespan and with a variety of challenges. She seeks to integrate various practices and theories from evidence-based therapeutic modalities like Somatic Experience (SE), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), which foster growth, resilience, and independence in the client through the acquisition of actionable skills and increased personal insight.

She empowers her clients through recognition and acknowledgment of their strengths and resilience by increasing positivity, and provision of validation/self-validation which includes acceptance through a non-judgmental atmosphere of support, to improve self-worth. She has extensive clinical experience encompassing a range of issues related to trauma and the impact traumatic experiences have on daily functioning. She recognizes her clients as the expert of their own experiences, striving to create a therapeutic alliance that focuses on collaboration, empathetic support, and respect while identifying and celebrating client strengths.

She offers a collaborative and integrative approach for clients seeking insight to their challenges. Her attitude towards therapy is that there is not one universal method that works best for anyone, therefore, she uses an appropriate blend of modalities to help the clients she serves overcome whatever they are currently experiencing. She believes that the client is the expert in their own life and she is here to help navigate the difficulties that the client is currently facing. She concentrates on developing a partnership with clients to identify strengths and areas of potential growth to make meaning and implement positive change.

Her specialization is assisting individuals navigating life change and transitions, coping with grief and loss, and reducing the impact and effects of trauma and traumatic experiences. She believes that everyone possesses the strengths and tools needed to achieve healing goals, her role as a therapist is to help the client access and utilize these strengths effectively.

She knows that finding the right therapist while a positive step towards change, is often a daunting task. Her role as a therapist is to help you find peace in a safe and confidential space by gaining insight and perspective into your current challenges. 

Dr. Schiller holds a Doctor of Social Work with emphasis on clinical expertise from Walden University, a Master of Social Work and Master of Science in Gerontology from Loma Linda University, and a Bachelor of Social Work from California State University Los Angeles. She is certified in a wide range of social work applications that address complex trauma and seeks to implement cultural humility with all clients served. She is a licensed LCSW in Nevada and Arizona and a board certified Clinical Supervisor in the state of Arizona.

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Meet Kimberly SchwingleLPC, EMDR

Kimberly is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Wisconsin and Nevada, eager to collaborate with clients in crafting treatment objectives that resonate with their aspirations. She obtained her Master of Professional Counseling from Concordia University in Mequon, Wisconsin. During her time there, she undertook an internship focused on trauma-informed care within a residential treatment setting. Subsequently, she completed her training licensure with the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation and has been actively practicing in various capacities since.

She ardently believes in the efficacy of teletherapy, convinced that when clients are nestled in their safe, familiar environments, they are more receptive and engaged in the therapeutic process. While she has experience with numerous therapeutic styles, she characterizes her approach as holistic. This means she integrates elements from different methodologies to best align with each client's unique needs. She places immense value on hearing clients narrate their experiences and believes that transparency facilitates the most effective assistance.

Her therapeutic journey has seen her work with a diverse range of individuals. While she has assisted clients across different age brackets, her primary experience is with teens through middle-aged adults. Additionally, she possesses a specialized skill set for working with individuals with disabilities, stemming from her lifelong involvement in volunteering and working within the disability community. Her proficiency extends to a wide array of diagnoses, including but not limited to depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, chronic illness, adjustment disorders, and avoidance disorder. Passionate about continuous learning, she is always augmenting her skills and knowledge to better support her clients in their respective paths to healing and growth.

For those seeking a compassionate, adaptive, and experienced counselor, she is enthusiastic about the possibility of assisting in your therapeutic journey.

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Meet Annie McGaryLCSW, EMDR

Sungah, who goes by Annie, is a dedicated behavioral health therapist committed to providing compassionate therapy services. Whether clients are wrestling with overwhelming anxiety, navigating challenging life transitions, healing from past trauma, or aiming to boost their self-esteem, Annie offers a safe and supportive environment for healing and growth.

Drawing upon evidence-based modalities, she establishes a secure and non-judgmental space where clients can freely delve into their thoughts, emotions, and experiences. Annie firmly believes in the innate resilience of each individual and their potential for growth. In her view, therapy is a collaborative voyage where clients are the authorities on their own experiences. Her approach emphasizes empathy, authenticity, and respect, fostering an atmosphere where diversity is embraced and all clients are esteemed. She recognizes that embarking on the journey of therapy can be intimidating and commends clients for contemplating it. Together, Annie and her clients can partner to explore strengths, tackle obstacles, and cultivate positive transformations in their lives.

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Meet Tiara CarterCMHC Trainee

Tiara is a dedicated professional with a robust background in trauma-informed care. Her focus lies in unraveling the layers of present behaviors stemming from past traumatic experiences, committed to aiding individuals—both children and adults—grappling with substance abuse, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and more.

Providing a safe and non-judgmental environment, Tiara employs a person-centered and solution-focused therapeutic approach. Embracing a holistic perspective, she integrates techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy alongside trauma-informed interventions. Tiara customizes treatment plans to suit the distinct needs of each individual.

Recognizing that healing isn't one-size-fits-all, Tiara collaborates closely with clients to surmount obstacles and strive toward a brighter future. You need not traverse your journey alone—Tiara stands ready to lend support as you reclaim control and confidence in your life's path.

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Meet Lindsey DeanLCSW, EMDR, Neurofeedback, Supervisor

Pain and emotional suffering can often feel overwhelming, coming from various directions in life. There are moments when the weight of depression can seem insurmountable, casting shadows of hopelessness. Persistent worry and anxiety can magnify everyday decisions, making them appear more daunting than they truly are. Any form of abuse might dominate one's life, influencing feelings, thoughts, and actions. Past memories can encroach upon the present and potentially overshadow future recollections. While many experience such pain and suffering occasionally, it is important to remember that they are not eternal.

Her approach to therapy is centered on the client, focusing on their inherent strengths while integrating both mind and body. She excels in assisting adults and adolescents, both individually and collectively, including couples and groups. She employs evidence-based treatment techniques and protocols such as EMDR, the Gottman Method, CBT, DBT, Mind-Body Bridging, ACT, and Mindfulness practices.

She is dedicated to meeting clients wherever they are in their journey. She endeavors to cultivate a therapeutic environment that warmly welcomes every facet of a person, promoting both healing and flourishing. Allow her to accompany you on your path to recovery. Reach out today to discover how she can best support you.

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Meet Jon NashLCMHC, EMDR, Neurofeedback, Supervisor, Reunification

Jon Nash is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the state of Utah has 7 years of experience working with mental health clients. He has worked in a variety of settings including adolescent residential treatment and private practice. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Brigham Young University and received his Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Touro University Worldwide.

Jon specializes in treating anxiety, depression, and trauma/PTSD. He is trained in utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, and family systems theory. He will work with you to identify your personal strengths and then build off of those areas.

It can be challenging to have high levels of anxiety, depression, and other overwhelming feelings present. The experience of working in some challenging settings helps Jon to better understand where you are coming from and being able to provide you with tools to help you live a more meaningful life and more hopeful future.

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Meet Kristie JensenLCSW, EMDR

Kristie is an eclectic therapist, drawing on and using a flexible and multifaceted approach to therapy that guides in identifying the most effective methods to address each individuals' varying needs, including diagnosis, strengths and goals. She believes that on a foundation built with CBT, DBT and psychoeducation modalities, client's will gain the tools to begin healing, remove barriers and gain a life of empowerment. Kristie is certified in DBT and is also a Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional. She has been trained in EMDR, ERP and Prolonged Exposure therapies, helping those with trauma, depression, anxiety, OCD, specific phobias, grief and addiction to heal through these difficulties. For over 10 years, Kristie has supported individuals from various walks of life, ages, faiths, cultures and genders. She understands the unique culture of military life.

Kristie enjoys learning who her client's are and sharing a healing journey with them. She empathetically facilitates this journey and enjoys seeing their discovery of something they didn't know they were capable of. Kristie's own life has been a journey of discovery and healing, adding extensive and invaluable life experience to her formal education. One of her greatest gifts is to hold a space of empathy with her client while holding the professional boundaries to not get in their way. Kristie received her Master's Degree from the University of Southern California with a concentration in Families and Children and a sub-concentration in Military Social Work. She was awarded the Utah Department of Corrections Institutional Programming Division Challenge Coin and UDC Certificate of Appreciation. She is the author and co-author of 'Breakthrough Success with Kristie Jensen' published 2021 by Success Publishing. Pain is an inevitable part of the life experience and healing isn't always easy. It takes courage to ask for help and to move forward out of pain. Kristie invites you to come as you are and then willingly choose to move forward in your healing journey.

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Meet Candice McVayMHP, LSWAIC, EMDR in training

Candice is a licensed clinical social work associate based in the state of Washington. She earned her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Washington. Candice's practice encompasses a diverse clientele, inclusive of individuals from various backgrounds, such as people of color, immigrants, LGBTQ+ individuals, teenagers, adults of all ages, and those who have endured relationship violence or experienced physical and sexual abuse.

As a trauma-informed provider, Candice integrates insights from multiple theoretical perspectives and techniques, primarily rooted in a behaviorist framework. She specializes in understanding how challenging life circumstances can impact an individual's adaptive strategies. Candice frequently employs therapeutic methods derived from EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), person-centered therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), empowerment, and advocacy to best serve her clients.

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Meet Sophie LundquistLSWAIC, EMDR

Sophie is a Licensed clinical social worker associate and obtained a Master of Social Work at Walden Univeristy. Sophie has a strengths-based, trauma-informed perspective to therapy practice. Her experience includes working with people from ages 5-60 years old facing an array of challenges including grief, relationship conflict, and difficulty managing mental health conditions in daily life. These conditions include anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, specific phobia, trauma-related disorders, and other mood disorders.

Sophie’s preferred modalities include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). These evidence-based practices help with emotional regulation, gaining new perspectives, increasing self-awareness, and becoming a more resilient individual.

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Meet Jessica CarberryLCSW

Jessica collaborates with her clients to create a trusting and comfortable environment, where individuals can truly be themselves. Together with her clients, she processes through their stressors, fears, goals, and experiences to unearth the underlying truth - that they already possess all they need. In her practice, Jessica places the client at the center of their therapeutic experience. She specializes in working with adolescents, teens, young adults, couples, and families.

Her approach is humanistic, focusing on the whole person and emphasizing their strengths. Jessica's goal is to help each person develop a set of tools that they can independently access when needed. These tools are an amalgamation of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and a variety of other therapeutic approaches.

Jessica understands that the hardest first step is admitting the need for support and seeking help. She encourages her clients to be proud of taking this step. While the next part of the journey may seem intimidating, Jessica assures it won't be. She is committed to working together with her clients to help them reach their goals.

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Meet Caitlin PageCSW

Life can be challenging, and sometimes, individuals need a listening ear and support. Caitlin, a strengths-based therapist, strives to provide just that. Her approach is centered on building upon one's existing strengths and life experiences to foster meaningful and enduring transformation. Caitlin believes in the collaborative nature of change and is deeply passionate about assisting clients facing life's difficulties.

Caitlin recognizes that everyone's experience is unique, and she offers a range of therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Strengths-Based Therapy, all with a strong emphasis on mindfulness. She creates a safe and nonjudgmental space for individuals to explore their inner thoughts and feelings, fostering a collaborative environment to guide their lives in the direction they desire.

Caitlin considers herself fortunate to have the opportunity to work with people on their journey toward positive change and eagerly anticipates the opportunity to meet you soon.
Meet Kylie GuymonACMHC, EMDR

Kylie Guymon holds a master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from Bellevue University. Dedicated in her roles as a wife and mother, she infuses creativity and empathy into every facet of her life, leveraging her background as a skilled florist.

Beyond her counseling qualifications, Kylie is proficient in various specialized therapeutic approaches, including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM), as well as Crisis Intervention techniques such as CPR and Disaster Response for mental health.

Her professional passion centers on assisting teenagers and adults who have encountered trauma in diverse forms. Whether guiding individuals through the intricacies of past experiences or aiding them in fostering resilience amidst present adversities, Kylie is steadfast in creating a safe and supportive environment conducive to healing and personal development. Collaboratively, she endeavors to explore clients' experiences, cultivate coping mechanisms, and pave the way toward a brighter and more fulfilling future.

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Meet Jessica ViewegLAC

In addition to her clinical practice, Jessica actively engages in continuous professional development, regularly attending workshops, seminars, and conferences to stay abreast of the latest research and therapeutic techniques in the field of mental health. This commitment to ongoing education ensures that she is able to provide her clients with the most effective and evidence-based interventions tailored to their specific needs.

Throughout her career, Jessica has worked with individuals from diverse backgrounds and with a wide range of presenting concerns. She is passionate about cultural competency and strives to create a culturally sensitive environment where clients feel respected and understood regardless of their background or identity.

In her therapeutic approach, Jessica recognizes the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit, and she often incorporates holistic modalities such as relaxation techniques, mindfulness practices, and somatic experiencing to promote overall well-being. She believes in empowering her clients to tap into their own inner resources and strengths to navigate life's challenges and cultivate resilience.

Outside of her clinical work, Jessica is dedicated to advocacy and destigmatizing mental health issues within her community. She volunteers her time with local organizations, participates in outreach programs, and contributes to mental health awareness campaigns to promote understanding and acceptance.

Ultimately, Jessica's goal as a therapist is to support her clients in their journey towards self-discovery, growth, and healing, and to help them build a foundation for a more fulfilling and meaningful life. She is deeply committed to walking alongside her clients every step of the way, offering guidance, support, and encouragement as they work towards achieving their therapeutic goals.

Meet Chloe WoodsCSW

Chloé Woods is a dedicated therapist at Meadowbrook Counseling in Logan. Holding a Master of Social Work from Utah State University, she is deeply passionate about supporting individuals, couples, and families through their mental health journeys. In addition to her general practice, Chloé specializes in working with survivors of sexual assault, providing a safe and nurturing space for healing and growth.

Her therapeutic approach is integrative, drawing from evidence-based techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to tailor treatment to each client's unique needs. She also offers counseling for couples, guiding them through challenges and fostering healthier, more fulfilling relationships.

Outside of her professional endeavors, Chloé finds joy in spending quality time with her family, indulging in movies, immersing herself in books, and strumming tunes on her guitar. She eagerly anticipates the opportunity to connect with clients and embark on a journey toward healing and self-discovery together.

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Meet Debra Ann BundrumIMH

With 2 years of experience as an intern therapist specializing in the forensic field, Debra Ann Bundrum possesses a deep understanding of substance dependency, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, depression, dissociative identity disorder, grief, PTSD, schizophrenia, and psychosis. She employs a multifaceted approach to help clients discover their purpose, resolve childhood trauma, achieve peace with the past, and build a future grounded in self-awareness, self-worth, confidence, and freedom.

Drawing on an Existential foundation and utilizing psychotherapy for self-discovery, Debra Ann incorporates an array of therapeutic approaches including Art Therapy, Brief Therapy, CBT, Gestalt Therapy, Humanistic Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Sand Tray Therapy. Her journey with each client reinforces the belief that each individual is uniquely designed to experience a meaningful life. Every person possesses the capacity to author their own narrative as they navigate their personal heritage, life's circumstances, and the choices they make.

A 25-year background in law enforcement and emergency medical service has provided Debra Ann with invaluable experience interacting with individuals from diverse walks of life. Recognizing that many individuals lack the resources for change, she firmly believes that regardless of past experiences or current circumstances, seeking support is a positive step towards achieving life goals.

Debra Ann offers a safe, non-judgmental, inclusive, and diverse environment where clients can feel supported and understood. She believes in partnering with clients to embark on a potentially life-altering journey towards self-discovery. As she reminds clients, "You are worthy, you are worth it, and nobody deserves it more than YOU!

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Meet Latifah HenryCSW, EMDR, Play therapy

Latifah Henry, a clinical social worker, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from California State University Los Angeles and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Northern Arizona University, accompanied by a certificate in Domestic Violence. Her journey towards assisting families began as she volunteered in courts and served as a student professional worker at the Santa Monica Courthouse Family Law Department. These early experiences ignited her passion for helping families navigate their challenges.

Throughout her social work career, Latifah has gained extensive experience working in various educational settings, including the SCC Counseling Assistance Program for Students and LAUSD School Mental Health in California. In her therapeutic practice, Latifah skillfully incorporates a range of modalities, including CBT, DBT, play therapy, and EMDR.

Latifah is an empathetic and dedicated clinician who firmly believes in empowering individuals to advocate for themselves, enabling them to lead their best lives. She imparts the wisdom that self-love requires effort, grace, and honesty, coupled with a commitment to learning. Latifah takes pride in walking alongside her clients, meeting them where they are, and encouraging them to embark on the challenging path to healing. She acknowledges the uniqueness of each person's journey, emphasizing the pivotal role of systems in their lives, and underscores the importance of patience in the healing process.

Beyond her professional life, Latifah's personal identity as biracial enriches her perspective. She is happily married and cherishes her role as a parent to four children. Her diverse interests encompass a love for reading, writing, traveling, and a deep passion for culinary exploration, making her a dedicated food enthusiast. Alongside her husband, Latifah enjoys the delightful pursuit of discovering delectable hole-in-the-wall dining establishments. The clinical team is delighted to welcome Latifah and her expertise.

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Meet Kacee MadisonCSW-I

Welcome to the journey of self-discovery and healing. Kacee is honored to walk alongside you on your path towards wellness. As a passionate advocate for mental health and empowerment, Kacee is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Social Work, specializing in clinical therapy.

In sessions with Kacee, clients will find a safe and non-judgmental space where they can explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences openly. Her approach is client-centered, meaning that she tailors sessions to meet each individual's unique needs and goals. Drawing from evidence-based practices such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and mindfulness techniques, Kacee works collaboratively with clients to develop coping strategies, build resilience, and foster personal growth.

With a deep commitment to social justice and equality, Kacee is dedicated to addressing the intersectionality of identity and its impact on mental health. Whether clients are struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, or navigating life transitions, Kacee is there to support them every step of the way.

Together, Kacee and her clients will embark on a journey of self-discovery, empowerment, and healing. No one is alone, and Kacee is here to help clients realize their inner strength and potential. She looks forward to embarking on this transformative journey with you.

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Meet Haylee StrohlCSW-I

Therapy serves as a valuable resource for navigating life's challenges and achieving equilibrium. She is dedicated to ensuring that every client experiences a sense of safety, respect, and validation throughout their therapeutic journey. Employing a client-centered approach, she recognizes each individual as an equal partner in the path towards healing.

Her educational background includes a bachelor's degree in psychology, conferred by Brigham Young University in 2022. Currently, she is enrolled in the Master of Social Work program at Utah Valley University. Drawing from her experiences, she has effectively assisted individuals grappling with substance use disorders, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and depression. Collaboratively, she works alongside clients, guiding them towards the realization of their personal goals.

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Meet Michele MitchellLPC

Meet Michele. She is a licensed professional counselor and a clinical substance abuse counselor in the state of Wisconsin and Arizona. She received her Masters in Community Psychology from Alverno College in Milwaukee, WI. She completed her internship at the Center for Behavioral Medicine which is a board certified Dialectical Behavioral therapy clinic in Brookfield, Wisconsin. Additionally, Michele completed her training licensure working in Medication Assisted Treatment centers for those struggling with substance abuse in Waukesha and West Allis, WI.

Michele has experience working with those experiencing grief, mood disorders, OCD, anxiety, depression, Bi-polar disorder,  Schizophrenia, Borderline personality disorder, PTSD, domestic violence, career counseling, family counseling, couples counseling, and eating disorders.

Michele has worked with both children and adults in various populations such as the LGBTQ+A, HIV, substance abuse and mental health. Her therapy style is best described as person centered and her ministry is lead with love and compassion.  As a self-described comprehensive therapist, Michele does her best to bring her professional experience to treatment and does her best to help empower clients to improve their lives the way they want to.

With an open heart and a readiness to tackle any challenge, no matter the size, this counselor invites potential clients to engage in a therapeutic alliance filled with laughter, the occasional need for tissues, and the sweetness of chocolates.

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Meet Madison EllisonCMHC-I, EMDR, Neurofeedback

Life often presents challenges, and at times, the need for additional support arises. She possesses a deep passion for assisting individuals in navigating through these trying moments and discovering strategies to overcome the obstacles they encounter. Central to her belief system is the conviction that every person deserves to be heard, understood, and supported.

Throughout her career, a significant focus has been on aiding clients in behavior modification and addressing symptoms related to substance use, depression, anxiety, ADHD, and trauma responses. She also boasts valuable experience in working with clients on the autism spectrum and those who have endured the harrowing effects of domestic violence.

Her counseling approach is firmly grounded in empathy, compassion, and the art of active listening. She is unwavering in her commitment to establishing a safe and non-judgmental space where clients can delve into their thoughts, emotions, and experiences without the burden of criticism or misunderstanding. Her professional training includes expertise in trust-based relational interventions, behavioral therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Furthermore, she is in the process of pursuing certification in neurofeedback therapy and EMDR, continuously expanding her knowledge and skills to better serve her clients.

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Meet Eliezer BercusonCMHC-I

Elie's passion for helping others has driven him to spend the past decade and a half working closely with individuals, couples, and families hailing from diverse backgrounds. His extensive journey as a counselor has seen him serve in a variety of settings including schools, universities, hospitals, and even within the military, where he's honed his skills and gained invaluable insights into human behavior and resilience.

Throughout his career, Elie has come to firmly believe that regardless of where one finds themselves in life, change is not only possible but within reach. He approaches each client with this unwavering belief, tailoring his therapeutic interventions to suit their unique strengths, needs, and aspirations, all while maintaining a stance free of judgment or bias.

Embracing an integrative approach to psychotherapy, Elie draws upon a rich tapestry of therapeutic modalities from across history, seamlessly weaving together elements from various schools of thought to craft a treatment plan tailored to each individual's specific circumstances. He understands that talk therapy alone may not always suffice, which is why he readily incorporates psychoeducation and experiential techniques into his sessions, recognizing their potential to significantly enhance a client's journey towards self-discovery and growth.

Elie's diverse skill set extends beyond the realm of counseling. As a certified school teacher and fluent French speaker, he brings a unique perspective to his practice, enriching his interactions with clients and ensuring that language and cultural barriers are effectively bridged. With an undergraduate degree in philosophy and classics, coupled with a graduate degree in philosophy, Elie's academic background serves as a solid foundation for his work, providing him with a nuanced understanding of the human psyche and the complexities of human existence.

Meet Heidi PaceACMHC, EMDR

Heidi Pace has been providing mental health therapy for 3 years in both California and Utah. She completed her Bachelor's degree in Marriage and Family Studies and her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at National Louis University.  She is currently an Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor (A.C.M.H.C.), working toward her hours for full licensure, to be completed soon. Heidi has completed trainings in the following areas: Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Art Therapy, Somatic Therapy, Internal Family Systems, and is the process pursuing trained in EMDR. She is consistently staying up to date on the most recent research and attending training and is passionate about learning and growing. During her time in the field she has gained a significant amount of experience working with various populations, including children, teens, women, LGBTQ population, couples, and those with domestic violence backgrounds. Heidi has worked in a residential treatment center, a death and bereavement center for young children and their families, large therapy organizations, and private practices as well.  Additionally, Heidi specializes in working with complex trauma, PTSD, BPD, and personality disorders, specifially with women and LGBTQ populations. She is passionate about incorporating art therapy, movement therapy, and somatic therapy into the therapeutic process. She deeply believes effective therapy includes a holistic approach. Heidi believes that healing takes place within the therapeutic relationship.  "Once the relationship is secure and safe, the client can begin to open up and heal." In her spare time, Heidi enjoys being outdoors, hiking, running, listening to music, hiking, woodwork, traveling, reading and creating art.

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Meet Brittney PrinceCMHC-I, EMDR

Brittney Prince is dedicated to creating a nurturing environment where clients feel safe and empowered to navigate life's challenges. With a focus on person-centered and solution-focused therapy, Brittney fosters a collaborative approach to healing. Currently on the path to becoming EMDR certified, she is committed to expanding her skill set to better serve her clients' needs.

Specializing in individual, couples, and family counseling, Brittney addresses a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, life transitions, marital conflicts, family dynamics, and LGBTQ+ concerns. She warmly welcomes clients aged four and above into her practice.

Brittney holds an undergraduate degree from Utah Valley University and is completing her master's degree at Capella University. Her academic background coupled with her empathetic nature enables her to offer comprehensive support to those seeking positive change and growth in their lives.

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Meet Salina KauvakaCSW-I

Hello! Salina is currently in her second year of the Master of Social Work program at the University of Utah. Throughout her journey, she has had the privilege of supporting individuals grappling with anxiety, depression, and trauma. With a background in working with children and individuals involved in the criminal justice system, Salina brings a diverse perspective to her practice.

Her approach is rooted in meeting clients where they are, employing a client-centered methodology to ensure personalized care. Additionally, she offers Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), a specialized therapy for trauma resolution, to facilitate healing and growth.

Above all, Salina's aim is to cultivate a safe and supportive space where clients can freely express themselves and navigate their life journey with confidence. She is eager to connect with clients and embark on this transformative journey together. Salina looks forward to meeting you!

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Meet Jozet Richardson HulleyLAMFT, EMDR

She is a Marriage and Family Therapist trained in EMDR. Her life experiences encompass navigating grief, chronic illness, single parenting, eating disorders, remarriage, divorce, blending families, step-parenting, and embracing the power of positivity, faith, and resilience.

As an older therapist with fresh training and a history rich in life challenges, she couples empathy with the most up-to-date techniques and solutions. She acknowledges that her clients are distinct and valuable individuals, striving earnestly to transform and better themselves. In the therapeutic alliance they form, clients hold the expert position, and together, they embark on the path to healing.

She firmly believes in the potential to weave the magic of genuine and enduring change concerning the relationships and issues most dear to one's heart. Whether grappling with challenges related to children, marriage, or the pursuit of personal goals and aspirations, she comprehends the complexities life sometimes presents. She is eager to collaborate, exploring pragmatic and tested solutions that can revolutionize one's life journey.

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Meet Lauren LaCaraCMHC

Every person holds a unique story. Lauren has dedicated her life to listening to people's stories and serving as a guide to assist them on their life's journey. She recognizes that not every journey is linear and straightforward. There are moments when pausing and seeking assistance is necessary. Lauren feels privileged to work with individuals, couples, and families, aiding them in enhancing their life journey. Holding a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling, she is also a licensed School Adjustment Counselor. With extensive experience in working with adolescents and families, she utilizes a Cognitive Behavioral and Solution-Oriented approach, empowering clients to discover and follow their most suitable path forward.

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Meet Dylan WallaceLCSW, QCSW, EMDR

Dylan believes that every individual has the potential to lead the life they genuinely desire and that enduring change is achievable. As a strengths-based therapist, he builds upon and leverages clients' strengths in therapy, assisting them in navigating the challenges they face. He creates an environment where clients can confide in him without fearing judgment or being instructed on how to live their lives. He sees therapy as an interactive process, one that shouldn't appear identical for everyone. Beyond talk therapy, he believes individuals resonate with diverse techniques, often incorporating music, art, and experiential interventions.

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Meet Rosario ToralCMHC-I

As a dedicated Master's Level Graduate Student in Clinical Counseling and a certified Peer Recovery Specialist, Rosario's journey has been shaped by working closely with individuals facing mental health and substance use challenges in both Inpatient and Outpatient Facilities.

Rosario understand firsthand the daily psychological battles nearly one in eight people face, and her own struggles have fueled her life's mission to guide others on their healing journey. Rosario's goal is to provide genuine support and empower individuals with the tools they need to navigate their challenges one step at a time through therapy.

In therapy sessions, Rosario embraces a warm and personalized approach, using various techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy, solutions-focused therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). She believes in giving clients a voice in their care, recognizing that there's no one-size-fits-all solution. Meeting clients where they are, she addresses the most pressing challenges on the clients unique path to healing.

Rosario's approach each client with genuine care, ensuring a trauma-informed perspective that respects the uniqueness of everyone's experiences. While her clients' stories may share similarities, she understands that the impact of their experiences is deeply personal and varies for each individual.

Her commitment to helping others extends beyond borders, whether she is working with individuals in their local community or in their hometown in the Philippines. Together, she aims to foster understanding, connection, and growth on this therapeutic journey.

Meet Julian MoonCMHC, EMDR

She understands the challenges of feeling disconnected from oneself, the fear of emotions, feeling "numb", and the overwhelming sensation of "not knowing what to do". She believes she can assist in such situations. Working from a feminist/multicultural perspective, she finds that helping individuals strike a balance between choice and surrender leads to a more empowered and fulfilling life. She possesses extensive training and experience in supporting survivors of sexual assault and firmly believes that when individuals discover their sense of power, their overall life satisfaction improves.

She is trained in EMDR, attachment, internal family systems, and feminist/multicultural therapy. Over the past three years, she has dedicated her practice to assisting survivors of sexual trauma.

Recognizing the challenge in finding the right therapist, she offers a complimentary 30-minute consultation to provide clarity and allow potential clients to determine if she is the right fit for their needs. She eagerly anticipates connecting with those seeking her expertise.

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Meet Morgan OgdenACMHC, EMDR, Neurofeedback

Life is incredibly complex, and as life becomes more complex, humans become even more complicated. Morgan believes that inner peace and happiness in life arise when individuals are able to face reality and see it as it really is. Sometimes past experiences and expectations muddy our sense of identity and prevent us from seeing who we truly are. The quicker we are able to clear this fog, the sooner we are able to develop the inner peace that comes from living authentically. Morgan holds an MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Rocky Mountain University with an Undergraduate degree in Psychology from Utah Valley University. He has multiple years of experience working in residential treatment with co-occurring disorders (Depression, Anxiety, PTSD to name a few). His primary passion involves working with trauma for teens and adults, using modalities such as EMDR, Neurofeedback, and Narrative Therapy. He also utilizes  Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Person-Centered Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

He would like to mention that he fully loves what he does! However, your time together will be fully centered on you. Morgan believes the most influential and insightful knowledge will come from within you as you meet together. He is excited and dedicated to serve you as a humble guide and resource for every step of the way! He would love to be a part of your journey at Meadowbrook.

Meet Whitney HutchingsLCSW, EMDR, Neurofeedback

At times, certain aspects of life can become daunting and paralyzing. Navigating these moments can be challenging, leaving one unsure of where to turn. In her practice, she understands the significance of having someone offer tools, techniques, and knowledge to achieve healing. She believes in working hand in hand with her clients, fostering a team-based approach to therapy. She has assisted adults, couples, college students, and adolescents dealing with a variety of challenges such as depression, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, relationship troubles, familial concerns, grief, self-harm, and suicidal tendencies. Regardless of the struggle, she emphasizes that there is always a beacon of hope for recovery.

She employs a diverse range of evidence-based methodologies, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT), emotionally-focused therapy (EFT), and Gottman couples’ therapy. In every approach, her aim is to operate with compassion and empathy, ensuring she starts from where the client is and progresses at their preferred pace.

Whitney is dedicated to aiding her clients in cultivating understanding, security, empowerment, and contentment. Whatever the concerns may be, clients can anticipate receiving care, sensitivity, and understanding. She is confident that through collaboration, they can pave the way to a richer, happier, and more tranquil existence. She encourages potential clients to reach out, eager to discuss how she can be a partner in their journey to healing.

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