Meet Holly Pack Squires
Holly studied International Development at Brigham Young University as an undergrad and received a master’s degree in Public Policy at George Mason University before changing her life course and graduating from Brigham Young University with a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Holly has always had a passion for helping others. Holly loves helping individuals, couples, and families find healing as they discover new ways of viewing life and themselves. She believes that this happens best when they are able to form a secure and safe connection with those who are most important to them. In order to learn to change the way people think and act, new experiences and patterns need to be created.
Meet Sherie Adams Christensen
Sherie has an undergrad in Sociology, and a Masters in Marriage Family Therapy from Brigham Young University. In 2005 she took a decade off from practicing therapy to raise her family, cure her chronic illness, and soak in Boston and D.C. living. During that time she moved into therapeutic education, lecturing across the country, and working with people across the world. She developed online courses, wrote a therapy book, and has consulted on radio, podcasts, for a church website, and books. Sherie loves helping clients to find healing and balance, nurture meaningful relationships with self and others, and discover and pursue their passions. She is currently one of the only therapists in Utah certified in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART). ART is a therapeutic process designed to release trauma and other patterns that no longer serve clients-usually within 1-4 sessions.
Meet Hillary Bowler Davis
Hillary completed a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Utah State University and worked in marketing and content management before switching career paths to follow her true passion. She is currently a master’s student in Marriage and Family Therapy at Brigham Young University. Hillary’s past work experience focused on capturing and telling stories, and she is thrilled to now be empowering her clients to write their own next chapters. She is especially passionate about helping others grow through life’s unexpected twists and turns. Her goal is to help couples, families, and individuals find the healing they need in their relationships–with others and with themselves.
Meet Kate Johnson
Kate studied Interpersonal Communication at the University of Utah and is currently working toward a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Northcentral University. She is devoted to working with clients to strengthen communication, develop healthy boundaries, make lasting change, and improve overall mental and emotional health. Working from an attachment and systemic framework, Kate uses her advanced training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) to help individuals, couples, and families develop more loving and connected relationships. She is trained in perinatal and postpartum anxiety, depression and other mood disorders through Postpartum Support International-Utah. With a certificate in nutrition from Cornell University, she utilizes a holistic approach to employ both mind and body in the healing process. Through the therapy process, Kate provides a warm, empathetic environment wherein clients can achieve their goals and gain a clear new perspective on life.