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Integrity is fundamental to my approach.  Just like any relationship, trust is the foundation.  I hope you will join me on this journey of healing and change.  All honest change begins with telling the truth. 

I adapt my counseling approach based on the needs/desires of my clients.  I am flexible that way.  Whether it is understanding thought or behavior patterns, processing traumatic memories, or gaining deeper insight into self, I am here to help.  

My wife, infant daughter, and I recently moved from Henderson, NV to Pleasant Grove, UT.  Family and faith mean everything to me.  I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  I find that I can connect well with client's spiritual or religious perspectives, whatever they may be.


I enjoy sports as a way of having fun, getting exercise, and dealing with stress.  From soccer and running to basketball and pickleball, I am in!   I also enjoy  reading inspirational and thought-provoking books.   

Professionally, I chose to become a Marriage and Family Therapist because there is nothing more important or more exhilarating than participating in the people transformation process.  To see someone more confident and happier than ever before . . . let's just say there is nothing like it.


I gained experience while working at a few agencies including LDS Family Services, Pathways Therapy and Wellness, Harmony Healthcare, and State of Mind. I established a full-time private-practice while in the Las Vegas area. These opportunities were the training grounds I used to develop essential skills, interventions, and knowledge to be an effective therapist today. I am currently the Manager of Counseling at Ensign College, and also meet with a number of personal clients in the evenings and weekends.

I hope you will join me on this journey.

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology- BYU

Internship at the Family Academy (Utah)

  • Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy- UNLV

Received the 2014 Excellence in MFT Practice Award

  • Accelerated Resolution Therapy Training

2022 Advanced Training

2021 Basic Training

  • AMCAP- The Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists

2022 Annual Conference

2019 Annual Conference

2017 Annual Conference

2016 Annual Conference

  • AUCCCD- Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors

2022 National Conference

  • Emotionally Focused Therapy Training

2021 Presentation

2014 Externship

2014 Seminar

  • Gottman Method

2019 Training

  • Nevada Office of Suicide Prevention

2014 Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training 

  • Parts and Memory Therapy

2018 Training

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