Jennifer Solosko Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Life is a journey that often presents challenges, joys, heartaches and opportunities for growth. There are times when we are able to navigate life’s ups and downs by ourselves or by drawing on our current resources. At other times, it is necessary to reach out and allow others to help you on the journey by providing you with a warm and caring environment, safety and support, or education and tools. My main purpose is to help clients achieve more secure bonds, improve attachment, promote healthy relationships and resilience.
I work collaboratively with my clients to formulate their goals. We explore together strengths, resources, areas of concern or places for potential growth. After creating an individualized treatment plan, I utilize various tools and techniques to assist my clients find within themselves the power to bring about the changes they are seeking in their lives.
• B.S. in Psychology, Brigham Young University
• Master’s Degree Marriage and Family Therapy, Argosy University
• Clinical Fellow Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
• Certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy
• Trained in Lifespan Integration
• Completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy
Malory Christensen Marriage and Family Therapist Intern
My focus as a therapist is to make clients feel heard, understood, and acknowledged through an authentic therapist/client relationship. It is my aim to be a strong ally for my clients and provide them with the tools and resources they need to work through their challenges. I am dedicated to helping my clients achieve their goals, while also encouraging them to create new ones.
My love of art and passion for helping people came together when I volunteered at Primary Children’s Hospital. It was there where I discovered how therapeutic art can be in one’s healing process. I am passionate about helping couples find increased connection through the use of Emotionally Focused Therapy. I also love working with children and would like to work with them and their families to create a better environment for everyone involved.
Malory graduated from Westminster college with a BA in Fine Arts and a minor in Psychology. She attends Antioch University and is earning her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy with a specialty in art therapy. Malory is intelligent, empathic, creative and organized.
Melanie Scott Licensed Mental Health Counselor
“Love has an immense ability to help heal the devastating wounds that life sometimes deals us.”
Sometimes we lose our way in life. We can become disconnected from our true sense of self, from our partners and our families. My goal as a counselor is to help individuals, couples and families rebuild important connections so that they may live happier, healthier and more abundant lives. I believe that we all have the innate capacity to become aware of old patterns that do not serve us and that we can learn about and create new ways of being in the world. I am trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy, mindfulness techniques, trauma informed treatment interventions, and grief and loss tools. I work to create a safe, nurturing environment during counseling sessions in order to help clients overcome difficulties, achieve their goals, and build stronger connections with the most important people in their lives.
Master of Science Degree in Mental Health Counseling, University of Phoenix
Professional Highlights and Memberships:
Completed Emotionally Focused Therapy Externship
American Counseling Association
LGBTQ Affirmative Guild of Utah
International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy