“Are you lacking depth and meaning in your friendships and relationships?
Many clients that I work with wrestle with interpersonal and relationship difficulties. This has created obstacle in many areas of their lives. My method for approaching a client is to focus on our interpersonal connection, while exploring existential challenges.
Sometimes we become trapped by parts of ourselves, both futuristic and retrospective. We feel defined by old narratives and a loss of control.
One of my philosophies is that life is best when lived mindfully and purposefully. Together we can work towards getting you to live a life that is not driven by unconscious blocks or ambivalence, but rather, a life that is driven by self-compassion and presence.”
April-Emily has approached mental health needs both locally and globally. She has conducted and presented research that explores ways to enhance and improve psychotherapy. She is also polished in systems-based issues and has published scientific posters and op-ed articles on such matters.
April-Emily has advocated getting access for populations suffering from neuropsychological disorders. She has also hosted community events granting adaptive reactional activities which have proven to result in rehabilitative neuropsychological benefits.
April-Emily has worked with children ages five to fifteen with learning challenges including those on the autism spectrum. She also has experience with adults suffering from neurological, neuro-psychological, and psychotic disorders. Prior to joining Life Stone Counseling Center, she worked primarily with college students and adults in the Salt Lake community struggling with difficult relationships, stress, and social anxiety.
April-Emily possesses strong verbal and nonverbal communication skills and engages in psychotherapy in a truly warm and intentional fashion. April practices at the Salt Lake County location.
613 E. Ft Union Blvd #104
Midvale, UT 84047
Phone: (801) 984-1717
Fax: (801) 984-1720
150 S. 400 E.
American Fork, UT 84003
Phone: (801) 980-7222
Fax: (801) 980-7223