“Everyone deserves an environment in which they feel safe to open up about things that bother them or make them feel uncomfortable. That environment looks different for everyone. As a person opens up, it becomes more apparent how we can help them feel safe and wanted. My goal is to strive to help my clients feel comfortable and safe as they talk about their specific difficulties. I am motivated to work with my clients to find treatment and therapies that will work best for their life.”
Hannah Goff is a Masters of Social Work student who is interested in helping and working with a variety of populations. She has had previous experience interacting with children and teens/adolescences to overcome mental, emotional, and behavioral challenges. She enjoys helping others with the myriad of problems that come from the frustrations of life. Hannah believes that in order to help others, we must first help ourselves to find peace and joy. Overcoming life’s problems and challenges isn’t easy, but Hannah believes that as a person strives to come to know themselves, and with therapeutic assistance, life can truly become more than enjoyable.
Hannah would love to expand her knowledge and experience with helping adults learn to navigate depression, anxiety, communication, and other social, mental, and emotional difficulties. As she is able to interact with, and help diverse populations, her experience can continue to expand to serve many more individuals. She is continually striving to learn more about how to diversify the way we communicate with and help each other.
understands that everyone’s time is valuable, therefore, she strives to learn
new and more efficient modalities and treatment options that best suit each
individual. Every person is unique and deserves to be treated with respect and
a lack of judgment. She is very passionate about positive thinking, taking time
to learn about oneself, and viewing oneself without judgement, and having an
Hannah holds a Bachelor's degree in Social Work from Brigham Young University-Idaho and will graduate with a Master's degree in Social Work from Utah Valley University in the Spring of 2021. She has been certified in youth mental health first aid in assisting youth during times of depression and thoughts of suicide.
613 E. Ft Union Blvd #104
Midvale, UT 84047
Phone: (801) 984-1717
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150 S. 400 E.
American Fork, UT 84003
Phone: (801) 980-7222
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