(385) 243-1744

375 South Carbon Avenue

Ste. 133

Price, Utah 84501


About Heather

I don't know how I became a therapist, but I somehow always knew that this is what I would be doing. Originally starting in the field of social services in 2007, I have worked in many settings including domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters, and community centers for women, I finally felt at home 2012 when I found clinical social work, coming to the sense that I was finally where I needed to be in my life's work. Since becoming a clinician, I have been able to evolve myself, initially treating addictions, then moving towards helping individuals become more mindful, and finally integrating several modalities to help individuals get unstuck from their traumatic experiences, memories, and symptoms.

Most individuals who seek me are seeking to find resolution to the past as my clinical lens is honed to trauma work. I understand individuals are all in different places in their paths of healing. Some may be ready to dive right in and others need to take their time. I have learned to focus on getting to know where each individual is in their journey. 

While traditional psychotherapy can be part of one’s healing, I understand that many individuals have had healing experiences outside talking about the trauma. Because I believes that sometimes healing needs to go beyond talking, that is why I am happy to introduce several modalities to my practice including EMDR, EFT, hypnosis, and somatic processing. 

One of the many questions I get from people I meet is how I ended up in Utah. Living in Price for the last eight years, I originated from Nebraska where I was raised and went on to receive my undergraduate degree in social work. I lived a short period of time in Denver where I received my Master’s in Social Work from the University of Denver. Wanting to return to a rural community, I found Price, a small coal-mining community in the eastern part of Utah, moving here the day after my commencement. Sometimes I see it as though Price found me, because it's becoming my home in that time. Although Nebraska and Utah are different in many ways, there are also many appreciable similarities between my childhood home and the new home I have made in Price.

What I Treat

I am experienced and specialized in treating individuals, adults, and adolescents. Individuals who have met with me have found relief from:

  • Anger

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Dissociation

  • Eating Disorder Behaviors

  • Grief

  • Loneliness

  • Low Self-Esteem

  • PTSD Symptoms

  • Self-Doubt

  • Self-Harm

  • Self-Defeating Behaviors

  • Toxic and/or Abusive Relationships

  • Stress from Life Transitions

I am less specialized in treating couples, families, children, high-conflict between co-parents, psychotic disorders, and neurological conditions. Because I want to ensure that you find the therapist that you are looking for, before scheduling a session, I can provide a consultation call by phone. I will review your concerns and needs and determine if I could be a good fit for your needs. If I believes your concerns would be better treated elsewhere, I will be happy to give you that information over the phone.


Please see the services section for more information on the modalities of therapy that I use in therapy sessions so you may have a better understanding of how I approach therapy with the individuals I see.

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