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Regina Tippets, LCMHC
Clinical Director / Owner
EMDR Certified


     Regina specializes in working with adults who feel stuck, confused, lost, anxious, are dealing life changes, or grief.  She also works with those who are transitioning from religion or are navigating a relationship with others who are religious. She uses a Secular approach combined with compassion and lots of experience and training.

    Regina provides consultation in EMDR and Ego State (Internal Family Systems) therapies. She provides supervision in attachment issues, parenting, trauma and depression and trains interns and new clinicians.

Leia Jones, LCSW
Clinical Supervisor


     Leia loves working with children and teens and has specialized training and skills for attachment, adoption, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and ADHD. Her many years of experience in foster care and with adopted kids has taught her the importance of creating a safe and nurturing environment, balanced with consistency and structure.  Leia's goals to resolve trauma, increase and secure attachment, increase connection with parents, and bring about success is achieved through multiple therapies that are proven to be effective; EMDR, Sandtray, Play Therapy, Attachment Therapy, Internal Family Systems. She helps parents cope with the stress of parenting these special needs kids and teens, and is successful in assisting in the creation of a happier and more cohesive family through teaching trust-based interventions.

Wendy Hunt, LCSW


     Wendy initially developed her knowledge and skills with children and families while working with families who adopted from Utah DCFS. Her work there, and her desire to see both parents and kids create a loving and happy family, motivated her to obtain specialized training in attachment, trauma, anxiety and depression. She learned the importance of supporting parents with compassion, knowledge and information that is effective in creating connection and trust.  She has advanced training in what it takes for kids to heal and trust adults and parents.  Parenting is challenging, and parenting kids with trauma and special needs even more so.  These kid and teens do not respond to the usual therapy or parenting techniques, and parents are often frustrated and angry - and sometimes misunderstood and alienated by well-meaning family and friends who do not understand the challenges these kids bring to a family. Wendy's desire is to help the whole family heal and grow into a healthier and happier family and she is eager to begin that journey with you.

Genysie Harris, Intern


     Genysie works with kids and teens who have experienced trauma, bullying, or have childhood struggles that may include depression, anxiety, ADHD, Austism, In Utero drug exposure, PTSD, or other disorders of childhood.  She combines her knowledge and training with therapies that teach healthy coping skills, create better connections with parents and lead to success in school and friendships. 

    She assists parents in developing specialized parenting to increase connection with their kids and gain more cooperation and create a calmer happier home.

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