Hello my name is Liliana Roney and I am a LCSW, but more importantly I am a friend. My passion for this field work came after experiencing some really difficult experiences in my life. Finding the right types of treatments such as EMDR, Brain Spotting, Internal Family System and other body work therapies was vital to my physical and emotional healing. As I have learned to incorporate these modalities into my practice I am seeing people find hope again, feel different about their lives perspectives but most important they are graduating from therapy. I look forward to our journey together and your new life after Utah Lakes.
Hello, my name is Marquita and I have the privilege of being the office manager at Utah Lakes Neuroscience Mental Health Center. What I love most about working at Utah Lakes is being part of a compassionate and collaborative team of therapists and staff members. My work day is filled with figuring out how to make our clients’ feel welcomed and valued and how to make sure they, as well as each member of our team, is taken care of. A goal of mine is to become a licensed clinical mental health counselor and working at Utah Lakes has inspired me even more!
I have been on the client side of mental health therapy and finding a kind and effective therapist that I trust has made all the difference. I hope that we, at Utah Lakes, can be that resource for you.
When I am not working behind the scenes at Utah Lakes I enjoy spending time with my husband and 3 daughters, going to soccer games, teaching Zumba® classes at the local rec centers, and studying Psychology and counseling.
Krystal is passionate about customer service and is a serious advocate for mental health. Her goal is to create a safe and friendly environment at Utah Lakes. She is a Texas native and attends BYU. When not working or at school, she can be found curled up with a good book, or exploring downtown SLC.
Hi! My name is Teresa and I know life can be hard at times. When we are struggling it can help to have someone safe to talk with who can be objective and offer support. I have a deep love of therapy and learning. Through my own struggles I have developed a desire to help others. I have an eclectic approach to therapy and try to use what I think will work with the person who is in front of me. We are all unique beings and I want to help the unique you in a way that will be most beneficial to you. I believe in you and in your ability to get to a healthy place through the therapeutic process and develop skills to enhance your life and relationships.
Hey, My name is Nate (he/him/his) and I work at Utah Lakes Neuroscience Mental Health Center, where we take an integrative approach to Mental Health and Trauma Therapy. I have experience in many different aspects of the social work field working with many different populations but my passion lies in therapy as I find it a great privilege to accompany people on their journey to healing and happiness. I work with adults, and adolescents, dealing with a range of struggles including trauma anxiety, depression, low self esteem, stress, grief , life transitions, suicidal ideation, relationship issues, and spiritual exploration. I have deep respect for who you are, your unique mind and body, and your right to self-determination. My therapeutic style is empathetic, interactive and genuine. My aim is to support in facilitating an exploration of self where you will be put in the driver’s seat of your own therapeutic journey to healing and happiness. I excel at creating a safe space and I strive to have genuine connection with you and help you access your innate power to heal. I am excited to work with you.
Hey, My name is Catherine Stuart and I work at Utah Lakes Neuroscience Mental Health Center, where we take an integrative approach to Mental Health. I am a graduate intern completing my mental health counseling degree. I have experience working with adolescents and adults dealing with a range of concerns, including trauma, depression, anxiety, grief, suicidal ideation, spiritual exploration, and general life concerns. I also work with clients to develop essential life skills necessary to be successful.
My passion is adopting a person centered approach to therapy. I believe in creating a safe and judgment free space where my clients can feel comfortable working through their concerns. I aim to guide clients in their own self exploration as they learn to take the initiative in meeting their own needs and healing. The techniques I offer include brainspotting, mindfulness, and cognitive challenges.
Hi, my name is Jeremy. I practice psychotherapy as a clinical mental health counselor. I have a wide-ranging background in this field, working with most mental health concerns. It is important to take into account all aspects of a person, be they within the mind, the body, or socially. I have learned that relationship and connection are both highly important in healing. As seeing everyone as an individual, I like to meet people where they are at. I have been trained and have experience in a variety of modalities, such as psychodynamic psychotherapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Substance Use Disorder treatments, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and more. I believe people can heal and grow with the right conditions, and hope we can work towards that together.
Isaac graduated in 2010 from BYU with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and received a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2015 from East Tennessee State University. He has practiced in many states and in multiple settings. He enjoys working with orthopedic and sport injuries the most and believes the key to recovery is to correct alignment faults within joints, improve tissue tolerance, range of motion and strength while listening to the body and staying within its limits. This allows for a pain free recovery and a better quality of life.
Isaac has always been very active and grew up playing many sports. Some of his favorite sports are wrestling, soccer and baseball. Being an athlete himself, he understands what it is like not being able to play a sport due to an injury. However, not every injury should prevent you from participating in the sport you love. Isaac can help you return as quickly as possible to your sport.
“Studying at Healing Mountain Massage, I perfected my style, knowledge, technique, and analyzed each part of us that makes us uniquely human. As a Licensed Massage Therapist, I strongly believe that body work is an essential part of your selfcare, and healing journey“
Leanna is excited to work as an intern Clinical Mental Health Counselor at Utah Lakes from Rocky Mountain University in Provo, Utah. Leanna brings several years of life coaching into therapy using a wide range of skills including intention tapping, EFT tapping specializing in addictive patterns, and Neuro-Linguistic Programming timeline therapy techniques.
Leanna believes wholeheartedly in the connection between the brain and body and the importance of releasing generational trauma to help her clients move forward in their lives living and doing the things they have always envisioned for themselves. She also has a passion for working with teens, young adults, and returned missionaries figuring out the next steps in their lives by releasing the limiting beliefs and emotions holding them back. Leanna speaks to groups and organizations teaching others how to use their unique energy more effectively.
She is married to David and together they have four children. When she’s not in school or working, she loves to lift weights, travel, spend time with family and friends, and study Human Design.
Leanna is currently certifying in Brainspotting Level 1, and Evidence Based EFT Practitioner Training
My name is Macy Bice and I am an Arizona native! I have spent the last years of my life dedicated to learning all about nutrition and dietetics. I received my Bachelors degree in Dietetics and Nutrition from Brigham Young University and then completed a dietetic internship from Utah State University. Since then, I received my license and have jumped right into practice. I have made it my life’s mission to help as many people as possible with nutrition. I have worked as a private chef and have experience making delicious meal plans. I also take more of a functional medicine approach when it comes to my care plans for patients. If you’re interested in learning more about nutrition and how I can help you, let’s talk!