To know Lucinda is to know she loves people! She is blessed to have a wonderful family and friends who have been loving and supportive throughout her life.
When Lucinda is not in the office, she is usually enjoying time with her husband and other friends hanging out, going for walks, biking or watching movies. She has four wonderful children, four stepchildren, and four precious and active grandsons.
Lucinda is a native of New Jersey and has a passion for visiting large cities, museums and eating great food. She loves to travel and enjoys the beauty of the diversity in nature. She has made a goal to visit all the national parks in the United States.
Bethany is an ACMHC who approaches therapy from a compassionate, trauma-focused lens. She has worked with children, adolescents, and adults through painful life changes, traumatic events, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and dissociative disorders.
Her main focus centers around helping people through trauma. She is EMDR-trained and uses a combination of EMDR and other evidence-based therapies to assist people in healing from painful events. She loves working with children using play therapy, EMDR, and mindfulness training.
Before becoming a counselor, Bethany taught junior high English and ballet. Although she may not dance as often, she writes junior fiction and poetry. She also loves spending time with her two children going on hikes, road trips, gardening, and watching movies.
Dennon has worked in the mental health field for over 10 years under many different capacities. He is passionate about the work, and enjoys studying the human mind. He is happily married and consider fatherhood as one of the most rewarding experiences. He also enjoys all forms of art. In the past he has dabbled in many forms of art, today he primarily does digital art. He believes creativity can be an important facet in one’s mental health.
Throughout his life he has had different opportunities to travel and see the world and has gained much insight into himself and others through these experiences. Hiking and camping is another of his favorite past-times. Having grown up in Utah, he has an affinity for the mountains and nature. During his free time he also enjoys reading.
Dennon has a strength based approach and believes in creating a shared space where you can focus on your struggles holistically. As a counselor, he has experienced working with clients of diverse backgrounds and ages with a wide variety of issues such as addiction, anxiety, depression, sexuality, and attachment.
Scott Innes is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with several years of professional work experience. He received his Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. He has worked in various settings including, community mental health clinics, community hospitals, and day treatment programs. He has worked with adolescents and adults addressing a variety of treatment concerns that include depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, defiant behavior, anger management, coping skills, self-esteem, pornography, stress, post-traumatic stress disorder, self-harm, and suicidal ideation.
In Scott’s spare time he loves watching movies, watching sports, listening to music, eating food, and hanging out with friends and family.
Katie is a British AMFT who achieved her Bachelors in the U.K and her Masters in California. Her focus is in helping individuals work through change, those suffering loss, relationship difficulties, beliefs, feelings and/ or somatic symptoms (sensations in the body). She has experience working with anxiety, depression, bipolar related disorders, PTSD and autism.
She can help clients reach their goals and aspirations through building healthy techniques in a safe and confidential environment.
She draws from a number of theories and creates a treatment plan unique to each client. Together they develop the skills that the client needs to help them identify their triggers, cope in a healthy way, and identify or prevent future episodes from occurring. She has worked a lot with clients who have dual diagnoses (depression, physiological diagnoses, family conflict etc.).
Some of the techniques that she develops with clients include: Self-confidence, active listening, relaxation techniques, healthy boundary setting, identifying triggers, intimacy, social and communication skills, resolving conflict, mindfulness, taking responsibility, and self-control.
She has been spoilt with the rest of Europe being on her doorstep growing up and has enjoyed traveling around it! One of her favorite hobbies is traveling and she has visited over 37 countries. Mauritius and New Zealand are her favorites so far. She loves spending time with her family, playing outside in the garden and eating chocolate.
Life can get so overwhelming. Stress, pain, frustration, and loneliness can be debilitating. Looking for a reprieve from what life is throwing at you? Wanting a solution that doesn't seem to be there? I provide a Person-Centered, Solution Focus Therapy to assist you in this difficult process of regaining control and structure in your life. We will start with an intake session to verify that you will be getting what you want and need at this time in your life.
Kate is an active member of her community at Brigham Young University. She is currently studying Cell Biology and Physiology and hopes to enter into the medical field. Kate found her desire for helping others through humanitarian work and plans to create a career stemming off her passion for the wellbeing of others. She has a devoted love for animals and will take any opportunity to spend the day with her pets. Some of her hobbies include; running through the canyons of Utah, visiting her family and friends, playing with her dogs (Lily, Oli and Sadie), and baking with her mom. Kate is a native to Colorado but for the past few years has lived in Utah for her education. She is the youngest of four children and was raised by two amazing parents. She has found that her happiest moments are spent outdoors, surrounded by the people that she loves.