(801) 616-2810


Where are you located?

4190 South Highland Drive, Suite 200
Millcreek, UT 84124

Where do I park?

When you turn into the building, it will take you to underground parking. Turn right and park. In the middle, there is an entrance; go in that door. Take the elevator to the second floor, turn left, and take the hallway to the end. I am the last office on the left, #200. Have a seat in the waiting area, and I will come and get you.

What is your fee?

To some, this may seem expensive, but you must remember that finding a therapist with whom you can connect is essential because the therapeutic relationship is the single predictor of successful outcomes in therapy.

Therapy is the best investment you will ever make because it is an investment in you, your relationships, and your quality of life.

Let’s learn if I can help you find your best life. Please complete the contact form below or call me at (801) 616-2810.

Do you take insurance?
I am an out-of-network provider. Therefore, I will provide you with the correct monthly documentation to submit to your insurance for out-of-network benefits.
How long is a session, and how often will I see you?

Sessions are typically 55 minutes long and are often scheduled weekly in the beginning because most people struggle to deal with difficult situations by the time they come to therapy.

Weekly sessions will help you build a strong foundation for change. Some people will find that they will need fewer sessions as they begin to heal and grow. We can adjust the frequency of sessions to meet your needs and maintain positive change.

How long will I be in therapy?

Every client or couple is going through a unique situation, so the length of treatment will vary. Most people attend therapy for an average of 8-20 sessions, but it is always up to you how long you want to meet.

Some clients get what they need in 6-8 sessions, whereas others attend therapy for six months to a year.

With what kind of clients do you typically work?

I help middle-aged clients who have met all the check boxes for accomplishing the American dream, and it is nothing like what they thought it would be! They realize they still haven’t arrived.

There is always more to do, more hours to work, more the kids need, more the job needs, and more money to keep the American dream – more and more! By striving to live the dream, people lose their true connection with themselves, and the magic that life once held is gone.

The adult clients and couples (regardless of age) are tired of living the way society has programmed them to live, bringing nothing but disconnection in every area of their lives. They are more than ready to make changes in themselves and their lives. They are ready to color outside the lines, connect with and embrace their Wild Side, and truly start living!

How do I schedule the 20-minute free consultation call?

Please call or text (801) 616-2810 or email (wildsidetherapy@gmail.com) to schedule a 20-minute free consultation call.

Do I need to fill out paperwork?
Once we schedule your first appointment, I will send you a link to complete all the intake paperwork in the HIPPA-PROTECTED client portal. This requirement saves time because we don’t have to spend time filling out paperwork in the first session.
What should I expect in the first session?

The first session (sometimes the second) is your intake session, where I will review your life from childhood onward. This session allows me to see the complete picture of what has shaped you and what no longer serves you. You can also ask me any questions, and we will get to know each other. I want to ensure you feel comfortable with me before moving on to deeper work.

Is therapy confidential?

The law generally protects the confidentiality of all communications between a client and a psychotherapist. So, you can share the good, the bad, and the ugly with me, and it will stay with me. There is no need to be afraid to share because I have either thought about or done it in my life! I will disclose no information without prior written permission from you, the client.

However, there are exceptions to the above rule that the law requires.

These exceptions include: 1) If there is suspected child abuse, dependent adult, or elder abuse, the therapist must report this to the appropriate authorities immediately. 2) If a client is threatening serious bodily harm to another person, the therapist is required to notify the police. 3) If a client intends to harm themself, the therapist will try to work with the individual to ensure their safety. However, if an individual does not cooperate, additional measures may need to be taken.