I love counseling and helping others. I love seeing hope come into people’s eyes as they realize they can make the changes they need to make. I don’t believe people are broken. I think they just need to be heard and learn skills to help them reach their full potential.
I use ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) which is helping people accept things they can’t change and moving towards their values. I also incorporate DBT (Dialetical Behavior Therapy) which teaches Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, Interpersonal Effectiveness, and Distress Tolerance skills.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with family and friends. I have enjoyed being married to David Hanson for many years. I have 9 children (combined) and their spouses, 21 grandchildren, and 1 great grandchild. I play the piano and enjoy listening to many types of music. I love being near the ocean when I get the chance.
foundation, the process can be healing and open for exploration. I don’t believe in a cookie cutter approach to therapy. I have worked with many different therapeutic
techniques and find success in utilizing the right approach for you. It takes courage and hard work to make the changes you are seeking through therapy. I am extremely passionate about my role in creating a safe and protective space for clients to gain insight, achieve their goals, deepen their love for themselves and improve their relationships.I have experience working with individuals, couples and families. I am currently finishing up my Integrated Mental Health Practitioner certification. This will allow me to take a more whole-person approach and look at more areas of your life that may be contributing to your mental health struggles.
I have four children and two grandchildren who are my life. I love to read and do crafty things. I refurbish furniture and find it relaxing and therapeutic for me. I love to travel; I love the beach and spend as much time there as possible.
My style is client-centered. I utilize nonjudgmental empathic listening to create a safe, trusting therapeutic relationship. My approach and modalities depend upon the needs of the client and include person-centered theory, developmental theory, systems theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and play therapy. I earned my bachelor's degree from BYU and my Masters from Purdue University.
My husband and I have been married for over 30 years and we have 5 adult children. In my free time I enjoy yoga, hiking and spending time with my family and our dog, Beau.
I have worked in the field of mental health for over ten years and enjoy working with children, adolescents, adults and the LGBTQ+ population. I have helped those in residential treatment, medication-assisted treatment, and outpatient treatment facilities. I am trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), EMDR, CBT and DBT. I specialize in the treatment of trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD and the struggles that everyday life can bring. My greatest reward as a therapist is helping my clients learn how to help themselves and reach their full potential.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my husband and our 6 kiddos. We have a blended family (he has 4 and I have 2), so there's never a dull moment in our home! Whether we are playing family games, watching movies or supporting one another at various events, it's always a good time. I also take time to engage in self care activities (which I encourage everyone to do) such as, taking baths, baking, doing puzzles and coloring!
I received my Master’s in Social Work from West Virginia University. There were no online programs then. I had to drive an hour and a half to get to classes and an hour and a half to get home three nights a week. It was grueling but very worth it.
We moved to Washington, Utah in 2014. We left Ohio on Thanksgiving Day as it started to snow.
Why counseling? Since I moved to Utah, I have not been able to use my skills as a Social Worker. Instead, I have cleaned houses, worked in Memory Care as an Activities Director and in Property Management. Connie asked me if I would be interested in using my skills and broadening my horizons by joining her counseling services. I thought about it and prayed about it. Here I am.
I love waking up to blue skies and sunshine. I love to read and watch movies in my spare time. I have enjoyed being married to Bruce Fink for many years and have 2 children.
I have a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and experience in Behavioral Health Therapies in both case management and rehabilitation. In my spare time I like to hike and swim outdoors with my family and friends. I have made St. George my home the last few years with my two daughters and we love the area.
The team at All About You Therapy Services is top notch in personality and work ethics. I am proud to represent these therapists in the community as the care and results that they achieve daily are phenomenal. If you have any questions about scheduling your appointment, I am happy to answer questions!
the massage world for 25 years. She is passionate about helping people relax and feel good
through massage therapy. She specializes in swedish, deep tissue and lymphatic massage,
tailoring her approach to each client's needs. In her off time she loves spending time with her
Massage and American massage. She attended school in China for facial massage and
also graduated from Zion massage school in America. Ying owned her own spa named
Kangdi in Shenzhen, China for over 5 years. Ying’s specialty is deep tissue massage,
Swedish massage, Ashiatsu, Acupressure, thoracic syndrome (shoulder) massage,
sciatic nerve massage, and cranial sacral massage. Ying is concerned about each
person and making them feel better. In her words, “I like to make the people feel happy
and more comfortable in their life!”