Meadowbrook - Orem

1447 N 1200 W Orem, UT 84057

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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 Whitney HebbertLMFT, EMDR, Neurofeedback, Consultant

Whitney Hebbert is a distinguished Marriage and Family Therapist based in Orem. She provides an empathetic and supportive environment tailored to promote the individual growth and well-being of her clients. Her therapeutic practice boasts extensive experience and expertise, especially when assisting children, adolescents, and adults as they navigate challenges such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders, trauma, and intricate relationship dynamics.

Whitney is profoundly dedicated to utilizing an integrative therapeutic approach. She integrates a wide array of proven methodologies, including EMDR, CBT, ACT, IFS, EFT, and KAP. She meticulously crafts each treatment plan to align with the unique needs of her clients, guaranteeing a tailored, targeted, and effective therapeutic journey.

Whitney's fervor lies in her ability to empower her clients. She aids them in tapping into their inherent strengths, developing critical coping skills, and fostering a deep comprehension of their personal challenges. Through her approach, Whitney creates a nurturing space where her clients can explore, reflect, and grow. This environment facilitates the transformation of life’s challenges into opportunities for progress and personal enrichment.

During each engagement, clients can expect a harmonious blend of professionalism, compassion, and unwavering support. Whitney remains resolute in her dedication to accompanying her clients on their journeys. She offers expert guidance designed to unveil avenues leading to healing, resilience, and holistic well-being.

Engaging with Whitney represents a collaborative partnership marked by mutual respect, empathy, and a shared determination to tackle and surmount life’s challenges. She is always available for consultations, eager to address any questions, and to discuss individualized therapeutic options tailored to resonate with the unique needs and goals of every client.

Taking the first steps on a therapeutic journey symbolizes a crucial stride towards self-discovery, recuperation, and empowerment. Whitney invites prospective clients to connect with her. In doing so, they enter a supportive and encouraging space where concerns are addressed, and collaborative paths to holistic wellness are expertly chiseled.

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Meet Sierra BalfourCSW, EMDR

Sierra Balfour earned her master’s degree in social work from Utah Valley University and her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Liberty University, graduating magna cum laude. During her education she worked in a residential treatment center for female adolescents addressing complex trauma, neglect, and substance abuse. She also worked with a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients using experiential therapy, with horses as part of her client sessions. Sierra came to Meadowbrook Counseling with over 10 years of experience in human service roles as an advocate for people with diagnosed disabilities, certified nursing assistant, childcare worker, and a self-defense instructor. Sierra has completed specialized training in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR).


Sierra strives to create an environment where her clients feel safe and supported no matter what they are experiencing. She understands that life is hard, and that change can be scary. Her desire is to help people heal from past experiences, strengthen their relationships, challenge their thinking, discover their strengths, become empowered, and realize their potential. Sierra believes in the importance of self-compassion, self-acceptance, and inner peace. Sierra has worked with numerous clients with complex trauma, childhood sexual abuse, and relationship struggles. She has developed therapeutic skills that address childhood trauma, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, sexual abuse, women's issues, and life transitions.

Sierra is known for her big heart, work ethic, warm personality, and creativity. Outside of work Sierra loves working on her personal growth, scuba diving, spending time with her pets, traveling the world, and sky diving.

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Meet Bruno SilvaARNP, TMS

He is a nurse practitioner who has specialized in treating patients with mental health challenges. He earned two business management degrees from Utah Valley University, a bachelor's degree in nursing from Roseman University of Health Sciences, and a master's degree in nursing (family nurse practitioner) from United States University in San Diego, California. Over the years, he has served psychiatric patients at Salt Lake Behavioral Hospital and Utah Valley Hospital. His deep connection with patients and the opportunity to help them surmount significant obstacles has not only transformed their lives but has profoundly impacted his own.

His approach to patient care is tailored to the individual's circumstances and aspirations. Recognizing that every person is unique, he believes that treatments should be adapted to fit each patient's needs. He strives to harness all available resources to support patients in reaching their goals. Drawing from both western medicine and holistic care, he applies evidence-based practices, always staying abreast of the latest literature and research. He is eager to collaborate with patients, working towards a brighter and more hopeful future together.

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Meet Jennifer AtwoodLCSW, EMDR, Supervisor

She is a licensed clinical social worker in Utah with over 28 years of specialized mental health experience. Throughout her esteemed career, she has adeptly assisted clients in navigating challenges such as trauma, abuse, and coping with grief and loss, among many others. She prioritizes establishing an open and safe environment where clients can freely express their thoughts and feelings, assured they won't face judgment. Recognizing the bravery it takes to pursue a more fulfilling and happier life, she stands ready to support and empower those who seek her help. Together, they embark on a transformative journey.

Her additional areas of expertise encompass a vast range of concerns: Stress, Anxiety, Addictions, Relationship issues, Family conflicts, Intimacy-related issues, Eating disorders, and many more, spanning from ADHD to Young Adult Issues.

In her therapeutic approach, she employs a multitude of clinical methodologies: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Attachment-Based Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and more. She is well-versed in Trauma-Focused Therapy and Internal Family Systems, and she anticipates receiving training in EMDR soon.

With her vast experience and a holistic approach, she is well-positioned to provide comprehensive support tailored to each client's unique needs and aspirations.

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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.
Meet Katelyn LeSueurCMHC-I

Katelyn LeSueur is deeply passionate about assisting individuals in overcoming their challenges and achieving their aspirations. Her therapeutic approach is characterized by warmth, empathy, and a non-judgmental demeanor, aiming to establish a safe and welcoming environment where clients can comfortably explore their thoughts and emotions.

Currently pursuing her studies in mental health counseling at Utah Valley University, she works with a diverse range of clients hailing from various backgrounds, addressing concerns such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem, trauma, and more. Employing evidence-based techniques and a collaborative approach, she tailors her therapy sessions to align with each individual's distinct needs and objectives.

She firmly believes in the transformative potential of therapy as a tool for personal growth and self-discovery, and she considers it a privilege to accompany her clients on their journey towards healing and positive change. She eagerly looks forward to the opportunity to work alongside you.

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Meet Jennifer NelsonCMHC-I, EMDR

Jennifer earned a Bachelor's degree in Sociology and a Master of Science in Computer Information Systems and is finishing her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She understands how beginning therapy for the first time or re-entering therapy can be a stressful experience. Finding a qualified therapist is important, but you also want to find a therapist you connect with personally and who you can trust with your thoughts and feelings. Jennifer’s education gives her the qualifications, but her life experience provides the connection and empathy needed to guide or support you as we explore together the challenges that brought you to therapy and how to overcome them.

Jennifer has worked with children, adolescents, and adults from all backgrounds with issues including but not limited to depression, anxiety, stress management, anger, relationship issues, and major life changes. She recognizes that each individual has their own experiences and perceptions and is prepared to walk that journey of self-exploration, rethinking, and successful healing. Maybe you’re just looking for a safe place to talk and feel heard, an opportunity to solve problems and learn new skills, or someone to challenge your thinking and perspective. Whatever your destination, we can get there together.
Meet Lauren VincentCSW, EMDR

Lauren Vincent, MSW, is a dedicated and compassionate clinical social worker with a specialization in mental health. Over the course of her career, she has had the privilege of providing support to individuals grappling with a wide spectrum of challenges, including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, and relationship issues. Lauren holds a Master's in Social Work from California State University Fullerton, with a primary focus on mental health. She remains committed to staying current with the latest research and therapeutic modalities, ensuring she can offer the highest quality care to her clients.

One particular area of keen interest to Lauren is working with trauma survivors and children/adolescents navigating emotional and behavioral challenges. She is a firm believer in the transformative potential of therapy and endeavors to create a warm, non-judgmental space where her clients can explore their strengths, develop effective coping strategies, and embark on a journey of personal growth.

In her practice, Lauren draws upon evidence-based modalities such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and mindfulness techniques. By customizing her interventions to align with the unique needs of each individual, she aims to empower them on their path to healing. Her approach is informed by a trauma-informed perspective, supporting individuals in healing from past experiences while fostering self-awareness and resilience.

Her mission centers on assisting individuals in their quest for emotional well-being and personal growth. Guided by empathy, compassion, and a collaborative approach to therapy, she is dedicated to cultivating a safe and inclusive environment where clients from diverse backgrounds and identities can feel comfortable and supported. Together with her clients, Lauren works towards achieving positive and enduring change.

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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 Elizabeth BaronCSW-I

Life unfolds as a multifaceted journey, marked by both moments of joy and triumph, and challenges and hardships. Elizabeth, a dedicated therapist and Master’s in Social Work student, is steadfast in her commitment to offering a supportive and nonjudgmental sanctuary for individuals navigating life's complexities. Her goal is to help you unearth your inner reservoir of strength and resilience.

In her therapeutic practice, Elizabeth is unwavering in her dedication to employing evidence-based therapeutic approaches to guide you on your path to healing and personal growth. Drawing from the transformative potential of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), she customizes our sessions to address your unique needs and confront the challenges you face.

Within the safe and confidential confines of her therapeutic space, you and Elizabeth will collaboratively investigate the obstacles that may impede your progress. Together, you will craft effective coping strategies and nurture positive behavioral patterns. Whether you grapple with issues related to depression, anxiety, addiction, relationship dynamics, or trauma, Elizabeth brings a wealth of experience working with individuals from diverse backgrounds and circumstances.

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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 Savannah ThurgoodCSW-I

Savannah Thurgood is a clinical social worker intern. She has experience in treating depression, BPD, and psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia. She uses a strengths based perspective with a mix of other practices such as DBT and CBT. 

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Meet Chris LewisCMHC-I

He acknowledges that people often gravitate towards familiar behaviors, even if those behaviors are uncomfortable or detrimental. It's a common tendency to opt for the path of least resistance. Unfortunately, this inclination can contribute to the flourishing of anxiety, depression, trauma, and addiction. For those who are reading this, taking the first step towards personal growth and positive change has already begun, and he applauds your initiative.

While talk therapy is undoubtedly valuable for many, he strives to take it a step further in his approach. He integrates psychoeducation to help clients gain insights into the origins of their issues and the underlying reasons for their emotions. Drawing upon research-based and scientifically supported techniques, he collaborates with clients to unearth the root causes of their challenges and work towards resolution. He considers it a profound honor to be considered as a guide on your journey towards personal growth.

Beyond the therapeutic setting, he possesses a passion for collecting items such as movies, vinyl records, CDs, and cologne. He treasures the time spent with his family and close friends and shares a deep affinity for the Utah Jazz, regularly watching their games with his Grandpa.

For those who are truly prepared and committed to self-improvement, he stands ready to assist you on your journey. He eagerly anticipates the opportunity to meet you and embark on this transformative journey together.

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Meet Mason McDonaldACMHC

Often in discussions about therapeutic learnings, individuals might undervalue their progress by assuming that mastering coping skills is the pinnacle of achievement. While these skills are essential for mental well-being, Mason believes therapy offers the potential for profound change and healing that transcends mere coping techniques and behavior adjustments. He is convinced that everyone has the inherent capacity for growth and the creativity to respond to life's challenges.

For him, therapy is a joint journey marked by transformation. He contends that the journey to change and healing begins in a secure and nurturing space where individuals can candidly voice their feelings and concerns.

He is deeply committed to aiding his clients in leading more genuine, purposeful lives. He specializes in assisting individuals through trauma, anxiety, ADHD, depression, and faith-related issues, employing a relational therapy approach. With a rich experience in working with adolescents and young adults, he incorporates techniques from diverse therapeutic approaches, including ACT, EFT, and experiential methods, aiming for enduring change and genuine healing. When not engrossed in his professional endeavors, he relishes powerlifting, indulging in doughnuts, and cherishing moments with his cat, Bubba.

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Meet Maggie WebbACMHC, EMDR

She believes that there is a space for everyone in therapy. Regardless of the challenges one might be facing, everyone has a place in counseling. She champions the principles of awareness, acceptance, and viewing situations from varied perspectives. The power and understanding that come from these tools are profound. When clients bring their authentic selves to therapy, she commits to assisting them wholeheartedly, guiding them towards healing, self-love, and understanding the transformative power of mental health. She holds that while struggles shape individuals, with the right tools, these struggles don't have to define them. Indeed, it's entirely possible to liberate oneself from the chains of past traumas and challenges.

She holds a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and has dedicated many years working with children as a teacher and intern therapist. Further, she possesses a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health. During her internship, she gained experience working with a diverse range of clients, each facing unique challenges and requiring different therapeutic approaches. She's particularly passionate about addressing trauma, bullying issues in children, sexual issues within relationships, supporting the LGBTQ+ community, assisting those undergoing faith crises or transitions, and aiding individuals with self-esteem and confidence challenges, often using mirror work as a therapeutic tool. Her preferred therapeutic approach is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

On a personal note, she has been married for 19 years and is the proud mother of two children. She's an avid sports enthusiast with a special fondness for baseball. She cherishes her 1965 Ford Mustang, which she often takes for drives. Camping, fishing, and baking are among her favorite pastimes, though after savoring a bite of her baked creations, she tends to give them away — consuming too much sugar isn't her style! Music is a constant in her life, and she believes in the therapeutic power of dance. Exercise, she finds, benefits the mind, and sometimes, walking while discussing issues with clients proves incredibly therapeutic. She values a good sense of humor and deeply respects the bravery it takes for individuals to seek help. She considers it an immense privilege to be a part of their healing journeys.

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Meet Caitlin WoolbertACMHC, EMDR

Her expertise is deeply rooted in her capacity to connect with her clients, creating a sanctuary where they feel genuinely heard and accepted. She firmly believes in forging a robust therapeutic relationship devoid of judgment. She isn't there to impose judgments or press her own agenda upon anyone. In the therapeutic setting, she views the client as the expert. Her role is to provide unwavering support, aiding clients in enacting changes that resonate with their personal values and desires.

While she may not possess the magical powers of a fairy godmother to effortlessly transform a child's behavior, bridge communication gaps with teens, or ensure familial understanding and appreciation, she can certainly offer empathetic listening. She endeavors to give context and understanding to thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that might otherwise be challenging to navigate. By furnishing tools, resources, and a conducive therapeutic environment, she makes positive change attainable.

She acknowledges that the initial decision to pursue counseling can be intimidating and daunting. Nevertheless, it is her aspiration to stand by and guide her clients through whatever challenges they may face. If anyone feels they might resonate well with her approach, she warmly invites them to make contact. She eagerly awaits the opportunity to connect.

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Meet Jozet RichardsonMFT-I, EMDR, Neurofeedback

She is a Master's student/intern in Marriage and Family Therapy at Capella University. 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 Mike RichardsonCMHC-I, Ph.D., EMDR

His background boasts over ten years of experience working with children, youth, and families in diverse settings such as schools, treatment centers, and homes. Additionally, he has 14 years under his belt teaching university courses on education and adolescent development. His approach centers on collaborating with clients to identify their strengths, interests, and pivotal relationships. Together, they craft a life narrative that reconciles past milestones, whether they be painful or joyful, addresses current challenges and opportunities, and envisions future aspirations and goals.

His therapeutic approach draws inspiration from a variety of modalities including CBT, DBT, attachment theory, positive psychology, narrative identity theory, and Self-Determination Theory. Recognizing the profound influence of religious and spiritual experiences on many individuals, he has devoted time to studying major religious systems from both Eastern and Western perspectives, cultivating a deep respect for a range of religious and philosophical traditions.

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Meet Joey PayneLAMFT, EMDR, Neurofeedback

Navigating life’s challenges can indeed be arduous, and sometimes, one may need external support. She believes in aiding individuals, couples, and families to find solutions to these hurdles by scrutinizing the relationships in their lives and identifying unhelpful patterns. She is deeply passionate about assisting individuals in reaching their objectives of leading happier and healthier lives.

She has a knack for addressing various issues, including depression, anxiety, suicidality, and relationship problems. Her experience encompasses working with adolescents, women in crisis, families, couples, and individuals grappling with a spectrum of concerns.

She has been blissfully married for 27 years and is blessed with four children. Running, reading, and quality family time are among her cherished pastimes. She is currently a second-year master's student in marriage and family therapy and is a certified substance use disorder counselor.

She is eager to meet you wherever you are in your journey and assist you in achieving your aspirations for happiness and tranquility.

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Meet JaNee HeimdalACMHC, EMDR, Neurofeedback

She earned her bachelor's degree in Behavioral Science with an emphasis on Psychology from Utah Valley University in 2020. She is now entering her final year of graduate school in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Bellevue University.

Her core belief is that therapy serves as a powerful tool for empowerment. Engaging with an empathetic counselor allows clients to explore new solutions and innovative approaches to life's challenges. As a student counselor, her primary aspiration is to offer a secure environment for clients from diverse ages, backgrounds, and beliefs. Her career as a midwife, coupled with her personal journey through postpartum depression, has shaped her keen interest in maternal mental health. This experience also steered her towards adopting trauma-informed practices.

She eagerly anticipates receiving certification in EMDR therapy to further her trauma training. This complements her emphasis on integrated therapies, which are person-centered, strengths-based, and solution-focused. Outside her professional pursuits, she is an avid reader of mystery novels and enjoys British comedies. She cherishes time spent with her family and has a passion for puzzles.

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Meet Carolyn FjeldstedLAMFT, EMDR, Neurofeedback

In her perspective, the ideal client is someone who has recognized that a particular aspect of their life is no longer serving them well. Such individuals seek assistance to restore balance and functionality to their lives. She finds fulfillment in assisting a diverse range of clients, both couples and individuals. Those who approach counseling to affirm the need for change and who desire professional collaboration to pinpoint their inherent strengths (or potential capabilities) for overcoming challenges are particularly goal-driven. Working with these individuals is invigorating for her. She hopes that her warm and welcoming office environment, coupled with her positive demeanor, will be conducive for therapeutic progress.

She has expertise in the following areas: She primarily focuses on individual therapy, couples counseling, young adults, and parent-child relationship dynamics. A significant part of her work centers on addressing communication barriers with others and combating negative self-talk, both of which are crucial in shaping how we perceive, respond to, and direct our behaviors.

Bio: She has been happily married for 26 years and is a proud mother to three grown children. Her eldest daughter is married with two sons, making her a doting grandmother. Her second daughter is aspiring to join the nursing program at UVU, and her son serves in the Air Force National Guard's Security Forces. He's planning to wed in August 2021. She cherishes her two beloved dogs and resides in Provo. Professionally, she is employed at Provo Canyon Behavioral Hospital as an adolescent therapist during daytime hours. Her background also includes a five-year tenure as a police officer at the Utah State Hospital. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology from UVU in May 2015. She then pursued further studies at Touro Worldwide University and Northcentral University, earning two Master's degrees: one in Psychology in August 2017 and the other in Marriage and Family Therapy in October 2019. She is deeply committed to assisting anyone willing to entrust her with their mental health concerns. Outside her professional commitments, she is an avid explorer and dreams of traveling with her husband. She is passionate about various hobbies, including Cross-stitch, needlepoint, quilting, appliqué, knitting, crochet, scrapbooking, and most importantly, spending quality time with her grandsons. While balancing her professional duties with her personal pursuits can sometimes be challenging, she believes that the growth and insights she has gained over the years make it all worthwhile.

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Meet Lex FackrellLAMFT, EMDR, Neurofeedback

Through her journey towards becoming a marriage and family therapist, Lex has been witness to the transformative power of therapy. She believes in the profound impact that dedication and work, both within and outside of therapy sessions, can have on an individual's life. Her primary aim is to shift the prevailing perceptions about therapy and to assist individuals, families, and couples in achieving a balanced and healthy state of well-being by harnessing techniques such as emotional regulation, mindfulness, and authentic living. She finds fulfillment in aiding her clients through a myriad of therapeutic methods and approaches.

Her prior training encompasses certifications as a family life educator, certified trauma support specialist, psychological first aid online, and courses in domestic violence and skills for psychological recovery, among others. She is deeply committed to mental health and cherishes her role in assisting individuals, couples, and families. Her methods are diverse, ranging from fostering new understandings and perspectives via a collaborative language approach to play therapy and engaging in co-creative explorations of client concerns.

As clients embark on the therapeutic journey with her, her aspiration is for them to progressively recognize their innate potential. And when clients are with her, she wants to constantly reassure them: they are safe, they are valued, and they are on the path to embracing change.

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Meet McKenna RittmanicACMHC, EMDR, Neurofeedback

Everyone traverses life's journey, encountering highs, lows, and unexpected turns. These challenges can encompass depression, anxiety, grief, marital issues, illnesses, and more. At times, we may need guidance to navigate these obstacles. McKenna believes her role is to help guide individuals towards their goals, equipping them with the necessary skills to manage life's unpredictable path.

Her therapeutic approach is client-centered, adapting various therapeutic techniques to suit each individual's distinct needs. She is proficient in Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Trauma Focused-CBT. Her primary aim is to establish a secure therapeutic setting that fosters growth and healing.

With three years of hands-on experience assisting women grappling with substance use disorders, she is also seasoned in supporting children, teenagers, adults, and couples confronting anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges. Passionate about aiding individuals from all backgrounds and age groups, she considers it a privilege to be part of someone's healing and self-discovery journey. Reach out today to explore how she can assist you on your path.

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Meet Jonathon NevesACMHC, EMDR, Neurofeedback

At times, the anguish and intricacies of life become overwhelming to tackle solo. Jonathon believes that everyone possesses the innate strength to surmount and learn from life's challenges. Occasionally, a guiding hand is needed to access this inner resilience, find solutions, and uncover personal significance to rise above life's tests. He views therapy as a conduit to connect with this internal strength, leading individuals to a stage of flourishing.

Currently, he is a second-year Master’s level practicum student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science, with a focus on Psychology, from Utah Valley University.

With several years of experience in residential treatment, he has assisted individuals grappling with an array of challenges such as anxiety, depression, trauma/PTSD, self-harm, suicidal tendencies, and familial relational issues. In his counseling approach, he adopts a client-centric stance, integrating principles from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. He champions a comprehensive treatment strategy, aiming to meet clients where they are in their healing journey. Collaborating closely with clients, he identifies their inherent strengths and then expands upon them.

He holds a firm conviction that everyone, when provided a supportive, safe, and connected environment, can undergo growth and healing. He is dedicated to ensuring a secure space for individuals to confront their difficulties and embark on their healing voyage.

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Meet Brandon BeechCSW-I

Brandon Beech is currently enrolled in a graduate program at Northern Kentucky University, where he is pursuing his license in social work. Originally from Texas, he has called Utah home for the past five years. Brandon has a passion for reading, movies, and animals. He is married and shares his home with two cats. He is eager to get to know his clients better and assist them on their healing journey.

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Meet Libby TempleLCSW

Her approach as a therapist centers on the client, emphasizing a strengths-based perspective. She has experience employing evidence-based approaches such as ACT, CBT, Solution-focused therapy, mindfulness practices, and meditation. She is consistently broadening her knowledge of new techniques and modalities to best cater to her clients' needs. Her aim is to empower individuals and offer the support needed to navigate life's challenges.

She has extensive experience assisting those who have grappled with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, gender identity, life transitions, substance abuse, suicidality, and other mental health issues. Her expertise encompasses working with children, adolescents, and young adults.

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Meet Marcia BatchelorLCSW, Neurofeedback

Today marks an opportunity for positive transformation. As a clinical therapist, she can guide individuals towards the life they aspire to lead. She has years of expertise in mental health and aiding those in crisis. As an EMDR-trained and neurofeedback-trained therapist, she has assisted numerous individuals in navigating the pains of trauma. She has engaged with individuals in various contexts, including those grappling with suicidal ideation or actions and those ensnared in abusive situations. Often, people merely seek support and direction to progress.

She can provide assistance for feelings of overwhelm, loss, self-loathing, suicidal ideation, depression, and trauma. With her EMDR training, she offers an added depth of understanding and approach. She possesses the ability to teach skills that help regulate intense emotions, correct thinking errors, and foster positive self-esteem.

Together, they can embark on a journey, starting by acknowledging the current situation and advancing in a manner tailored uniquely for the individual, leveraging the strengths they already have. The gateway to a more joyful existence is merely a phone call away.