At Pure Life Recovery, we believe that every individual in recovery has the right to long term support as we assist them on the many paths to healing. We have a focused vision that allows us to treat the whole person to ensure continued healing and accountability to individuals, families and the community.
After obtaining licensure in Utah as a MFT, I worked for many years in private practice with diverse populations including individuals, children, couples, domestic violence perpetrators, survivors and teaching Prime For Life classes. I worked for Recovery Ways in Murray Utah for 2.5 years in various therapist, supervisor and director roles throughout RTC, IOP and OP levels of care. At the end of 2016, I accepted employment with a start-up company, developing protocols for IOP treatment facilities. In December of 2017, I was pleased to begin working in residential treatment again as the Clinical Director of Pure Life Recovery, Utah. I am passionate about assisting people on their pathways toward wellness through a depth psychological lens.More
I am motivated and passionate about working in the field of addiction and mental health, to guide patients to find their path of recovery and towards change in their lives. I have worked extensively with diverse populations of patients; individuals and their families. I obtained my Substance Use Disorder Counseling certification, my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and my Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Argosy University from 2011-2016. Individualizing care and understanding the difficulty of change, I am empathetic and compassionate with those I work with.More
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