Heber Valley Office

Currently accepting new patients in the Heber Valley area looking to talk their way through the parks and paths of the Wasatch Back.

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435-513-2715 #2

Hours

Monday through Friday
8:30 am to 6:30 pm

Insurance

We accept EMI, Tricare and BCBS.

Services

WALK AND TALK THERAPY
OFFICE-BASED THERAPY

OTHER THERAPY
(phone, text, follow-ups, video chat, etc.)

Payments will be submitted at your session.

Megan Perry

Megan earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Rowan University in New Jersey. Megan has been working in the field for over ten years and has strong training and experience in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). She has additional experience and training in mindfulness meditation, lifestyle restructuring, self-esteem building, and mood regulation. She especially enjoys working with anxiety disorders. Megan personally understands the dynamic nature of balancing the demands of an active and busy life.

In 2015, Megan and her husband moved to Utah from Baltimore, Maryland. They left the daily grind of city living to work and play in the mountains of Utah. Megan has joined the Trailtalk team with great enthusiasm and passion for helping people. You’ll find Megan with a perpetual smile on her face as she hikes, bikes, and rafts her way around the West.

Faeiza Javed

 Faeiza was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. She believes the beautiful, scenic outdoors found in Utah is healing in of itself. Faeiza received both her Bachelor’s (2013) and Master’s (2014) degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. Faeiza's background is in international, forensic, and medical social work. Faeiza is EMDR trained and passionate about utilizing this modality to help others.  She specializes in working with individuals suffering from trauma which could be: domestic violence survivors, sexual assault survivors, childhood trauma, refugees, chronic illness, self-worth issues, bullying, adjustment/identity issues, etc. She has also worked significantly with combat vets and many of whom may have some PTSD issues stemming from Islamophobia. She also specializes in multicultural issues such as microaggressions, discrimination, internalized oppression, and cultural/religious oppression. She believes suffering is inevitable, but healing is always possible. Faeiza encourages her clients to confront their pain so that they can learn to live more fulfilling lives.  When Faeiza is not in the office she enjoys cooking for her loved ones and spending time with them. She loves trying new things and enjoys traveling. She loves meeting new people and understanding their perspective/outlook on life. She hopes to one day travel the world! 

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