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I have been a licensed Marriage, Family therapist for over 30 years.  I earned my Master's degree from Phillip's Graduate Institute in Burbank, California in 1984.  I obtained my MFT license to practice in California in 1987. 

Initially I worked in non-profit settings in Orange County, CA.  I was a clinical supervisor and assistant director at a residential program for at-risk youth, followed by a supervisory position as a youth diversion counselor based in schools and the sheriff's department.

In 2000, I was recruited to a local domestic violence agency as their Clinical Director.  I was responsible for program development, training, and oversight for the management team of the Emergency Shelter, and the Counseling and Resource Center.

In 2006, I relocated to Park City, Utah.  I received my LMFT license in the state of Utah.  In 2009, I opened my private practice in Park City.  From networking with other counselors and local physicians, I realized that there was a specific need for services geared for adults.  I am drawn to this population and have had great success assisting men, women and couples.  

My therapeutic style, which incorporates my years of experience and my personality, combines sensitivity, a supportive yet directive approach, and a sense of humor, which will make your counseling experience a positive and productive one.

In addition to my counseling background, I also received specialized training as a personal and professional life coach through the College of Executive Coaching.  This service is for adults who want to focus on strengths during life transitions in order to identify future career and life goals.

I am a member of UAMFT and a clinical member of AAMFT, the associations for licensed Marriage, Family Therapists both locally and nationally.  For more information about my background, education and qualfications, please visit http://www.aamft.org/.

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