Our team is comprised of substance use disorder counselors, mental health therapists and leaders
in the recovery community. We are passionate about being a part of individuals' life transformation.
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AARON BRYANT, LCSW, MPA, LSUDC
Aaron Bryant has acquired an Associates of Science degree at Salt Lake Community College, a Bachelor in Social Work degree at the University of Utah, completed an Alcohol and Drug Counseling program at the University of Utah, a Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Utah, and Master of Public Administration program at the University of Utah with a Major Research Paper dedicated to the exploration of methods to reduce sexual violence, raise sexual violence awareness, and provide adequate resources for victims of sexual violence.
He has experience working with patients at the University of Utah Dept of Psychiatry from 2007-2016. He served on a specialty team at Adult Probation & Parole, Utah Dept of Corrections with probation officers who receive substance use disorder training and provide assessments and referrals as an alternative to incarceration. He has treated individuals with co-occurring substance use disorders for over 11 years. Aaron was most recently employed at the Department of Workforce Services involved with a project which develops methods to reduce intergenerational poverty.
Aaron is a person in long term recovery and is the author of a memoir which illustrates his journey in recovery which is a source of his passion to support individuals in making positive life transformations.
Amy Feller, CMHC
Amy is an energetic and compassionate psychotherapist who has experience working with individuals, couples, children, and families with a variety of issues and in numerous settings. She specializes in working with substance use disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders, trauma, behavioral issues and enjoys utilizing play therapy to work with children.
Amy graduated with her Bachelor's degree in 2012 from the University of Phoenix and her Masters Degree in 2014 from the University of Phoenix.
In her free time Amy loves to spend time with family. She is an avid boxer. She believes connecting to oneself through fitness is an important component to improving well-being.
Debbi Allred ACMHC
Debbi Allred earned a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology, with a minor in Psychology from Truman State University in Kirksville, MO. She earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University, based in Minneapolis, MN. Debbi is a strengths-based therapist. She sees the good in each individual and believes that hope is the foundation for all personal transformation and change. Debbi is insightful and intuitive. Informed by an eclectic blend of modalities, such as Internal Family Systems, Motivational Interviewing, and person-centered counseling, Debbi identifies most strongly with Supportive Psychotherapy. Research supports the findings that developing the therapeutic alliance between patient and therapist is the key to optimal outcomes. Having fun is also key and Debbi enjoys infusing clinical relationships with humor and respect.
Having grown up on a farm in the Midwest, Debbi is a life-long lover of horses and with her daughter owns 2 Arabians. Debbi loves spending time with her family, laughing, cooking, and making memories. She also enjoys reading and storytelling.