Trailtalk offers flexible hours to accommodate work schedules and other time demands. Early morning, some evenings and weekend appointments are available.
Walking paths populate most neighborhoods and business districts in the Park City area. Walking locations are determined when making appointments.
WALK AND TALK THERAPY
PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATION EVALUATIONS
(includes close follow up via email/text as new treatments are implemented)
MEDICATION AND THERAPY COMBINED VISITS
Allison has been a Nurse Practitioner since 1980. She received a Master’s degree in Pediatric Nursing in 1985. Subsequently, she spent several years working with homeless families and developed the current pediatric health care program that exists today at Salt Lake City’s 4th Street Clinic.
She’s also worked with children who suffer from asthma teaching them self-management skills. Allison spent time training rural public health nurses to identify at-risk children using developmental screening tools.
Allison enjoys third world non-profit work. When her children were teenagers, she and her family traveled to South America during summer breaks to provide needed health care to under-served communities.
Over the years, Allison became more interested in the psycho-social dynamics of families, returning to graduate school in 2007 to hone those skills. She received a Post Master’s Certificate in Psychiatric Nursing. Allison is also trained in EMDR therapy.
In 2010, Allison was walking in the woods with her dog and realized how much she needs time in the outdoors to clear her head and gain perspective on her own life. She had a light bulb moment and thought, “I am going to walk and talk with my clients.” Trailtalk was born.
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!
Xander grew up in Canada working on his family farm. He traveled to the U.S. after graduating from High school and discovered the great State of Utah, which he now calls home.
Like most Utahans’, the beauty and rejuvenating impact of the mountains call to him. Many of his family members subsequently followed him here.
Xander pursued higher education at the University of Utah where he received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, followed by a Master of Science in Clinical Social Work.
For the last ten years, he’s worked in a variety of diverse settings providing mental health services to people from all different walks of life.
Xander values his downtime and heads to the mountains when he’s not walking and talking with Trailtalk® clients or working as the clinical director of a trauma recovery nonprofit. His unique set of skills and varied interests complement our Trailtalk® team.
Xander sees clients on Fridays and Saturdays.
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