It can be difficult as a parent to ask for help when you see your child struggling; therefore, therapy should be a place where you feel accepted and supported by someone who cares. I am passionate about working with children and families to create changes that last. I use the knowledge I gained from my education, experience as a research assistant, and professional trainings to provide therapeutic services that are fun for kids and are also clinically proven to work.
Stephanie graduated Cum Laude from Weber State University’s Social Work Program and was awarded Outstanding Student of the Year in her graduating class. For her Masters, she graduated from the University of Utah studying Social Work. During both her undergraduate and graduate education she worked as a research assistant with professors studying evidence based treatments.
Educational internships include: Ogden Weber Community Action Partnership Head Start and the Utah House which is an intensive outpatient treatment center for teens and toddlers. She enjoys opportunities to learn and grow having involvement throughout her career with Weber State University’s Social Work Club and Child Family Studies Student Association, Masters of Social Work Student Association, and has been on Utah’s board for the National Association of Social Workers since 2013.
In her free time Stephanie enjoys practicing yoga, hiking, running, movie nights, paddle boarding, making jewelry, concerts, and being with her friends and family members. She loves to travel and wants to go to Iceland someday so she can learn more about her ancestors.
Childhood Adjustment Issues
Major Life and Family Changes
OCD – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
PTSD – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
TF-CBT – Target Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
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