Lexie has her doctorate in marriage and family therapy from Brigham Young University and is licensed to practice in Utah. She plays at work and home, where she is the mother of two young boys. She specializes in work with children and their families, but also likes to help couples - the foundation of a healthy family. She uses a playful approach, informed by play therapy training. She also uses a trauma-informed approach, because so much of mental health stems from unacknowledged and unaddressed hurts and traumas experienced in our lives.
Outside of therapy, Lexie thrives on art - from sidewalk chalking to painting wall murals. She carries this into the therapy room where emotional processing sometimes needs experiences beyond talk therapy. She has training in art and sand tray therapy to help clients of all ages process their emotions at a deeper level.
Initial Intake: $200
Subsequent Sessions: $140
Currently has a waiting list.
Bryce has his masters in marriage and family therapy from North Central University and an associate license to practice in Utah. In addition to being a therapist, Bryce has a talent for stunting and has mentored teens in cheer. He connects great with teens. He also likes working with couples using Gottman's principles for successful marriages and relationships. His background in family finance in his undergraduate also makes him a good choice for navigating financial stress.
Trained in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART)
Bryce was also a volunteer at the Bradley Center for Grieving Children and Families where he worked with elementary aged children processing the grief of losing a loved one. He has received training in child parent relationship therapy, which helps parents understand the principles of therapeutic play to help their children through mental health, family and developmental challenges.
Initial Intake: $125
Subsequent Sessions: Up to $100
I accept clients on a sliding scale.
I take EMI and UHC Insurance