LCSW - Neurofeedback

Bailey was initially drawn to the therapy field because she wanted to help people learn that their past doesn’t define their future, nor does how they think about themselves define them as a person.

After graduating from Utah State University in 2015, and University of Utah in 2017, Bailey became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. With six years of experience behind her, her main areas of expertise include Adolescents, Families, Adults, Anxiety, Depression and ADHD. She also specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She is also passionate about suicide prevention.

Her down to earth attitude helps build rapport with clients, and she believes that humor, when used correctly, goes a long way in the therapeutic relationship and connection. Along with this, she has years of working in renowned treatment centers where she was able to hone her skills at diagnosing and treatment of a wide variety of mental health disorders. Clients typically say they are happy to be able to work with her, and she’s been told she is a seasoned therapist with great clinical skills. She is proud of being able to help clients move forward with renewed hope.

One of the most important things she would like her clients to learn is that everyone has mistakes and traumatic experiences in their past they are trying to learn and grow from. When we hold onto them, we begin to create our identity from them. She believes it is imperative to learn and understand that these past experiences do not define us.

When Bailey isn’t working with clients, she loves to spend time with her husband and daughter, and enjoys reading, crocheting, crafting and all things Halloween.