Paige is from Springfield, Missouri and has been living in Utah for the past several years. In 2012 she moved to Provo to attend Brigham Young University, where she received her Bachelor’s of Science in Therapeutic Recreation and Management and proceeded to become nationally certified as a recreation therapist. She then went on to intern at Maple Lake Academy, a residential treatment center, where she worked with adolescent girls struggling with the effects of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social Communication Disorder, and Verbal/Nonverbal Learning Disorders.
Paige has always had a strong desire to work with youth. She desires to help young women recognize their untapped potential and to become their best selves. Paige started working with New Haven, in August of 2019 as a recreation therapist. She loves New Haven’s approach to healing not just the individual, but the family. She believes that strong family support and mutual growth is one of the most important aspects in an individual successful treatment. Paige lives in Spanish Fork with her husband David and their two dogs. As a family they enjoy hiking, camping, rock climbing, listening to live music, movies, and photography.