Laurian joined the Family Counseling Center in 2015. She has prior experience as a dual-diagnosis therapist, aftercare coordinator, and admissions specialist in private and public sectors, and has enjoyed serving a diversity of populations in a variety of settings. She holds a Masters in Social Work from the University of Utah, which she received in
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Russ is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor who has earned a Master’s of Arts in Counseling from a CACREP accredited program at Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado. Russ’ strength as a therapist lies in approaching the counseling process from a client-centered standpoint in which the unique world view and perspective of each client is validated and respected. Emphasis: Couples, Grief and Loss, Life Transitions, Trauma and Abuse, Depression, Anxiety, Stress Management, Mindfulness, DBT Family Skills, Men’s Work, Children and Youth 12+, Death and Dying, Elder Support, LGBT Affirming Therapy, EMDR Trained
Emphasis: Trauma and Attachment, PTSD, Parent Education, Children and Adolescents, Family Therapy, Depression, Anxiety, Life Transitions, Shame Resilience, Mindfulness, and Creativity—a way to Self-Discovery. Sheri’s experience includes more than ten years working with families, including grand-families and blended families. Sheri works with adults and children helping them create healthy relationships. Her clients achieve positive outcomes
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Paige has over 10 years of experience in a variety of settings working with people with disabilities, including assessments and treatment planning, direct interventions, skills training, symptom management, and vocational planning. Areas of expertise include: Substance Abuse Corrections Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Schizoaffective Disorder, and Borderline Personality Disorder)
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Karen has been a therapist with the Family Counseling Center for over 25 years. She specializes in treating depression, anxiety, the many causes of stress and a variety of mood disorders. She offers therapy for couples, dating relationships, parenting, adopted children, teens, care of aging parents and grief. Her expertise also includes supporting personal goals for weight loss, health improvement, self-esteem, and habit change.
Nancy is an individual, couples and family therapist who has been working for FCC for more than 20 years. She has broad clinical experience working with adults, teens, couples, and families. Nancy believes that each client is unique and possesses strength beyond their awareness. She utilizes an eclectic assortment of treatment methods based on individual needs. She is honored by her clients’ trust and awed by their courage and strength.
Emphasis: Substance Abuse, Depression, Anxiety, Panic, Bipolar, Grief, Trauma, Self-esteem Issues, Couples, Anger Management, Social Phobia, PTSD, Military and Military Family Issues, Health Issues, Geriatric, LDS counselor BIO: Linda has worked for Family Counseling for a total of 5 years split between other counseling employment. Linda was a military wife for 23 years. While in
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LeAnn has over 30 yrs experience treating depression, anxiety, personality disorders, addictions, couples, individuals, and children. LeAnn believes the work between client and therapist is a collaboration and further believes that one can’t change a problem without truly understanding the problem and the person having it. She does psychodynamic, cognitive, educative, and supportive work to help her clients change and grow.
Olga is one of our newest therapists and her information will be coming soon.
Heather’s treatment philosophy and ultimate joy in life is advocating for and empowering individuals to harness their inner strength and ultimate capacity, so they can be successful, contributing members of our community. Heather received her Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University, and her Masters degree from Boston University. She has worked with individuals and/or groups in the following settings: long term care, elderly, hospice, grief/loss, caregiver burnout, post traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, birth mothers, adoption, and sex/pornography addiction.