Remington Basset, CMHC graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Brigham Young University. He worked in the business industry for three years in project management before pursuing a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of the Cumberland’s.
Growing up Remington moved very frequently exposing him to diverse populations and multicultural environments. He operates from a mindset that we are all humans trying our best imperfectly. The values that inform his career path are family, empathy, patience, and hard work. He finds excitement in supporting individuals and families in aligning with their own personal values to find healing and hope for their futures. In understanding and growth that heals family systems. He has specialized training in family systems, trauma-informed care, depression, anxiety, mindfulness meditation and ADHD. He teaches and guides mindfulness meditation and believes remaining in the present moment is crucial for self-awareness and a mind at peace. He wholeheartedly believes in and supports the New Haven approach as he has seen lives change and families healed. Additionally, he worked on the residential side of care at New Haven for two and a half years and uses that experience to inform his work as a clinician.
During his free time, he enjoys hiking with his family, golfing, watching sports and searching for the most delicious enchiladas.