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Welcome – Sarah Webber, CSW

Sarah is a CSW who completed her Master of Social Work from Weber State University. She has experience in anxiety, cognitive behavior therapy, and trauma focused cognitive behavior therapy. Sarah enjoys working with teenagers, young adults, and women on issues specific to women. She enjoys getting to know her clients and helping them identify their value and individual worth. In Sarahs free time she likes spending time outside hiking with her dog Ranger, baking, crocheting and spending time with family and friends.

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Welcome – Sarah Webber, CSW

Sarah is a CSW who completed her Master of Social Work from Weber State University. She has experience in anxiety, cognitive behavior therapy, and trauma focused cognitive behavior therapy. Sarah enjoys working with teenagers, young adults, and women on issues specific to women. She enjoys getting to know her clients and helping them identify their value and individual worth. In Sarahs free time she likes spending time outside hiking with her dog Ranger, baking, crocheting and spending time with family and friends.

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Welcome – Leila Elm-Stuart, LCSW

Leila is a licensed LCSW who completed her Masters in Social Work at Utah State University. She has experience working with the survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, relationship and couple therapy, as well as years of experience helping individuals with a diagnosis of Depression, Anxiety, Personality Disorders, and OCD. Leila is also trained in EMDR, DBT, and CBT as well as being a certified QPR trainer. Leila enjoys working with young adults, adults, couples, and individuals. She is passionate about working with individuals who are in search of finding their true ‘selves’. Leila enjoys learning about everyone of her clients and empowering her clients by providing the gift of choice to find their happiness. Her joy is to celebrate her clients achievements while they develop strength and resistance through the therapy process.

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Welcome – Andrew Theis

We are excited to announce the arrival of our new VP of Sales, Andrew Theis! Andrew is a sales leader with over 10 years of experience leading and developing teams in the employee benefits market. During that time, he and his teams helped companies both large and small to create cost effective strategies to limit the financial burden of an illness or injury and in-turn create a more productive and profitable workplace. Andrew is from Montana and made his way to Utah in 2020. In his free time, he enjoys spending time outdoors doing anything that leads to exploring and seeing the world with his family. Mountain biking, hiking, off-roading, and Spartan obstacle course races take up most of his spare time in addition to 3 young children that are heavily involved in sports and dance.

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Welcome – Kathleen Moroz, LCSW

Kathy Moroz holds both doctorate and master’s degrees in social work and is a seasoned therapist with many years of professional and life experience. She is passionate about helping people identify and achieve their life goals and compassionate in helping people successfully navigate life transitions and challenges, including separation and divorce, remarriage, step-parenting, grief and loss, and coming to terms and navigating difficult diagnoses and health conditions. Dr. Moroz is trained in expressive arts therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) as well as other trauma-informed practices, equine-assisted growth and learning (EAGALA) and mindfulness practices and is a long-term meditator herself. She is highly skilled in promoting positive interactions and secure attachment relationships in parent-child and adult relationships.

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Welcome – Danielle Jorgensen, LCSW

Danielle graduated from the University of Utah with her BSW in social work. She than chose to continue her education by getting her MSW at the University of Texas at Arlington. Danielle has experience working with substance use, child abuse and neglect, emergency services, and mother and baby care. She enjoys working with individuals struggling with a variety of issues including trauma, substance use, and mental health. When working with a client Danielle enjoys learning the unique issues of each clientele and piecing together the pieces of the puzzle. She is able to empower clients based on their strengths and own contributions to their therapeutic goals and empower clients to feel vulnerable enough to speak on their circumstances. In Danielles free time she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, reading, watching movies, cooking, and baking.

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Welcome – Luciana Lyman, LCSW

Luciana attended the university while living in Brazil. In that time, she became a therapist. She grew her knowledge and received the Gestalt therapist certification. She then decided to move to the states and continue her education at the University of Utah where she received her Master of Social Work Degree. Luciana has experience working with teenagers and adults. She has 10 years of clinical experience as a Gestalt Therapist in Brazil and 8 years of experience in the mental health field in UT. She also has experience as a social worker in crisis services attending the UT community’s mental health needs through suicide assessment and crisis intervention. Luciana has training in humanistic approaches, such as Gestalt-therapy and the person-centered approach. She practices motivational interviewing, CBT/DBT, Solution-Focused, Trauma-Focused, and highly consider body-mind connections and health in a holistic manner. Luciana has seen clients for depression and anxiety, thinking errors, suicidal ideation, relationship and attachment related concerns/Codependency, grief, life transitions, spirituality, aging, burnout, compassion fatigue, stress, and couple concerns.

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