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.
Tanner earned his Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from University of Wisconsin-Stout. Tanner has been working in the mental health field for four years and has experience with trauma informed therapy, Accelerated Resolution Therapy, Trust Based Rational Interactions, Emotional Focused Therapy, and Systems Theory Therapy. Tanner especially likes working with couples that hope to reconnect in their relationship as well as individuals with mood disorders.
Tanner was born and raised in Morgan Utah. He has found the mountains of Utah to be a place where he can refocus and prioritize, as well as being a great playground. When Tanner is not spending time with his wife and new baby, he enjoys spending time mountain biking, cycling, hiking, backpacking, and snowboarding.
Kelly Page received her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adams State University. One of Kelly's major contributions to the Trailtalk team is that she is EMDR trained. She also uses a strength-based approach and is trained in CBT and mindfulness. Kelly is passionate about working with LGBTQ+ issues, trauma, self-esteem building, anxiety and depression, change of life transitions, positive identity formation and radical self-acceptance towards issues of shame.
Kelly worked as a Segway tour guide, a bicycle tour guide, and a boat captain before deciding to move out of the country to pursue teaching English in Peru, Spain, and finally Nicaragua where she and her wife developed a volunteer English language program. As a lifelong lover of the outdoors and adventure, Utah has provided her a wonderfully rich canvas to explore via hiking, biking, camping, and often just getting out there and getting lost! Kelly strongly believes in the healing and transformative power of nature and loves the framework of walking side-by-side with her clients in an open and shared space.
Kelly sees clients on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Amanda is a graduate student currently working towards her Master’s Degree in Nursing with a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner specialty. She earned her BSN in 2015 from DeSales University and has worked as a registered nurse in the Burn ICU, home health, and community mental health. She was born and raised in Pennsylvania and takes advantage of having the Appalachian Mountains as her backyard.
Amanda’s training background through her Master’s degree is in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). She enjoys working with clients with depression and anxiety.
Amanda has always used hiking as her own form of therapy and mental health maintenance. In addition to enjoying outdoor activities, Amanda is an avid thrift shopper. She is looking forward to walking and talking with Trailtalk for her therapy rotation!
Rachel Turnbow graduated from BYU with a B.S. in Human Development and loves working behind the scenes at Trailtalk. As the daughter of an engineer and a school counselor, she has spent a lot of time organizing and analyzing how to make things more efficient. Rachel has many years of experience as an administrative assistant in several different industries, but she enjoys working in the health and wellness field most as she gets to use her psychology knowledge and organizational skills at the same time.
Rachel grew up spending her summers camping, hiking and fishing from Nevada to Alaska. She now enjoys sharing her love of the outdoors out on the family farm with her husband and their 3 boys. Her greatest joy is being a mom but when she gets a moment to herself, she enjoys cooking, crocheting, or Netflix bingeing.