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Emphasis: Individual, couples, and family counseling using a Systems theory approach to explore personal and collective meaning and restore constructive communication and meaning in relationships; domestic violence counseling for survivors and offenders of abuse; Emotionally-focused therapy, Cognitive Behavioral, and Narrative therapy, as well as Parts therapy; exploring the interrelationship between mental health, trauma, and substance
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Emphasis: Anxiety, Attention Deficit Disorder, Adolescents, Couples Counseling, Depression, and families, Stress Management, Substance Abuse, Self-esteem issues, Anger Management, Panic disorders, Mindfulness, LDS counselor. Bio: Camile has worked for Family Counseling Center for one year. While raising her family Camile owned and operated a tutoring and college admissions counseling business. She loves working with teens,
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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.

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.

Emphases: Depression, grief, life transitions, adolescents, emerging adults, relationships, parenting, positive change, LGBTQ affirmative therapist, mindfulness, stress management, substance abuse, and personality disorders. Bio: Charlie worked for about ten years as a middle- and high-school English teacher before transitioning into the world of individual therapy. He has an undergraduate degree from Emory University in Atlanta,
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Emphasis:  Suicide Awareness/Prevention, Crisis Intervention, Conduct Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Police Crisis Counseling, Stress Management, Physical/Emotional/Sexual Abuse, Anger Management, Anxiety, Trauma, Substance Abuse, ADHD, Depression, BiPolar Disorder, Children (Ages 3+), Play Therapy, Couples Counseling, Family Issues, Female Empowerment, Grief, Health Issues, LGBTQ+, OCD, PTSD, Schizophrenia, Sexual Addictions, Substance Abuse, DCFS Cases, Certified with UADVT to
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