Thanks to her own healing processes, Julie is able to guide her clients toward recovery with educated empathy. She primarily serves members of the military, sexual assault survivors, and people with brain injuries or PTSD.

She earned a master’s degree from the University of Utah and has been practicing for 15 years. Her expertise includes EMDR, prolonged exposure therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing. She’s certified in dialectical behavior therapy.

In 2017, she earned the Provider of the Year award from the Brain Injury Alliance of Utah, a nonprofit that helps people with brain injuries thrive.

She is proud of her ability to help others make true changes in their lives. Her clients often express how much hope she gives them.

Julie’s own trauma and her son’s brain injury led her to her profession. After taking her life back, she realized her experience empowered her to help others do the same.

She is passionate about women’s issues and loves helping people through grief and loss.

Julie has been a board member of the Brain Injury Alliance of Utah since 2006, and of the Brain Injury Conference Committee since 2007.