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Find Hope and Strength Within Yourself

I provide care and treatment from the moment you first contact me. I establish a clear treatment plan, healthy boundaries, and maintain a high quality of care. I do my best to make therapy as convenient and accessible as possible. I accept several insurances, self-pay, and clergy pay.

Connecting you with your best fit.

What are you looking for?

Let’s kickstart your journey by exploring your unique needs through a set of targeted questions. This tailored approach helps me create a treatment plan designed specifically for you.

Personalized suggestions.

As we work on your mental health, count on me as your advocate. I’m here to be honest, challenge you, and stay updated on your progress. It’s a dynamic partnership focused on your best interests.

Building the treatment plan.

Crafting a mental health care plan with purpose, focus, and direction is our key to positive change. This structured approach aids in managing challenges and unlocking opportunities for growth and transformation.


Transforming mental healthcare

As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Care Counselor, I aspire to provide quality mental health care. I assist clients by providing therapy, coaching, and more. If needed, I help clients connect with one of the many Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners, or a Psychiatrist, that I have affiliations with, who can meet their medication needs and is available online or in-person.

A modern approach

It’s essential to me that my clients get a personalized therapeutic approached to their therapy. Rather than do things the typical way, I’ve created a innovative treatment system designed around my client’s needs.

How long is therapy?

Therapy sessions are typically 45-50 minutes, while groups run longer per session.  Clients typically meet on a weekly or bi weekly basis depending on the client’s needs. Length of time while in therapy will depend on the individual client’s circumstance. The therapist and client will determine that together.

What is therapy?

Therapy is an opportunity to discuss/talk about issues that are important to the client, while having a trained objective person (Therapist) help work through not only the current situation but in dealing with similar situations in the future. Therapy can be about one specific problem, or it can be about multiple. Something to mention, is that therapy is a collaborative event, it requires an active role from both the client at the therapist for change to occur.

What does the first session look like?

The initial session will be an initial assessment to discuss the client’s history and needs for treatment.  During this first session the client will have the opportunity to see how therapy will work, review office policies, privacy and confidentiality, as well as determine whether or not they are comfortable with the therapist.

Side note: It’s vital to have a positive working relationship with your therapist, so it’s recommended that the client and therapist will meet 2-3 times before deciding  whether or not the relationship will continue.  The therapist will provide client with referrals of specialists or trusted colleagues if they feel someone else might better be able to work with the client.


Check your insurance

I take many commonly known insurances. Please verify with your insurance that I am covered under your plan, what your mental health benefits are, what your deductible is, and what your co-pay is prior to engaging in therapy. Many times insurance companies have different policy coverages regarding mental health.

Insurances Accepted:

  • SelectHealth
  • SelectHealth Medicaid
  • Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Aetna
  • University of Utah (select plans)
  • United Health Care
  • Optum
  • Optum EAP
  • Cigna
  • DMBA
  • GEHA
  • PEHP
  • UMR
  • Medicaid
  • TRICARE West

Get started with Insight Solutions Counseling, today. Book a free 15 min. consultation.