An Advocate is one who notices the suffering of those who cannot help themselves, then uses her power and her voice to create positive change. Eleanor Roosevelt transformed the office of the First Lady from a figurehead into a legitimate position of power. She focused her efforts primarily on women, children, minorities, and other members of society who needed someone to fight for them, someone to act as their voice. Eleanor Roosevelt’s advocacy for those less fortunate than herself has left a legacy of love and compassion to which we all should aspire.
Jessica’s work in residential treatment began many years ago when she worked as a residential staff at a co-ed treatment facility while completing her BS in Behavioral Science, with an emphasis in Psychology, at Utah Valley University. After earning her Bachelor’s Degree, Jessica went on to complete a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling, during […]
Caroline was born and raised in Northeast Texas, but her heart has always resided in Utah with her extended family and Utah’s climate and scenery. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brigham Young University and then began working as a staff at a residential treatment center for women and teen girls with eating […]
Stephanie is passionate about working with adolescents because she recognizes that they are the future. She values her role in guiding students and families as they progress and support each other in this therapeutic process. She hopes to guide each of her students in building unshakable self-esteem and confidence as well as giving them the […]
Joanne was born in Medford, Oregon. She moved to Utah when she was 16 years old and is the oldest of three children. Joanne has four children of her own and really enjoys her role as a mother. She has also volunteered many hours at a youth organization, both as a leader and organizer for […]