Monday through Friday
8:30 am to 6:30 pm
We accept EMI, Tricare and BCBS.
WALK AND TALK THERAPY
(phone, text, follow-ups, video chat, etc.)
Payments will be submitted at your session.
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.
Morgan Gonzales graduated from Westminster College with a degree in Criminal Justice and minor in Psychology. She started her social work career as a licensed social service worker at the Utah Division of Child and Family Services. Morgan graduated from the University of Denver with a Master’s Degree of Social Work with an emphasis in family interventions and trauma work. Morgan worked as a medical social worker with her primary focus on psychiatric care, trauma, terminal/chronic illness, substance abuse, end of life care, adjustment to illness counseling, psychosocial interventions and patient advocacy. Morgan since returning to Utah has expanded on the holistic approach of therapy by adapting multiple modalities of CBT, ACT, Mindfulness and DBT with a feminist theory approach to mental well-being. Morgan believes that as we find greater understanding of our self-worth and decrease the stigma of shame and guilt we can gain awareness and insight into adapting to our environment. Morgan is LGBTQ+ affirming.
Sharri joins the Trailtalk team with 9+ years’ experience and is a graduate of Southern California University. She recently moved back to Utah from California. In addition to pursuing her passion for counseling and exercise, she enjoys spending time with her family. Sharri works out of the Provo office and is able to do walk and talk sessions in Provo, Orem, Springville and Payson.
Sharri specializes in working with depression, anxiety and relationship conflicts. She also has experience treating trauma, life transitions, grief and self-esteem. She’s trained in CBT, mindfulness and Gottman methods. Sharri finds the most rewarding thing in life is meeting new people and helping them improve their emotional health. She accomplishes this through her skill set as well as the added strengths of empathy and unconditional positive regard for others.
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.
Matt earned his Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University and has background in Healthcare Administration. Matt has worked in the mental health field since 2005 in a variety of settings ranging from outpatient to youth residential treatment. Matt focuses on experiential and play approaches to treatment, believing that clients can heal from emotional pain through taking action and learning new skills through experiences. Matt specializes in working with children and teens, having a passion for trauma and attachment disorders. Matt is trained in play therapy approaches, Brainspotting, CBT and art techniques.
Matt is from Utah and loves the healing power of nature. When he is not working, he can often be found adventuring in the wilderness; hiking, biking, climbing, or lounging in a hammock. Matt is truly passionate about helping people work towards bettering their circumstances and becoming happier.
Stefan earned his Master of Social Work from Brigham Young University. His passion in therapy is in treating distress related to faith crises, existential questions, and the role of spirituality. Stefan is also proficient in working with trauma, anxiety, mood disorders, grief, physical illness. He has training in CBT, ACT, narrative therapy, trauma-informed psychotherapy, mindfulness approaches, and is LGBTQ+ affirming. Stefan has a passion for incorporating nature, wilderness settings, and animal interaction as therapeutic tools.
In his spare time, Stefan enjoys writing and listening to podcasts and audiobooks as a means to continually learn with hopes of publishing books and hosting his own podcast one day. He enjoys hiking in the mountains with his dog Luca. He is an amateur indoor gardener, learning more about plants and the positive health benefits of gardening. Stefan sees clients on Mondays and Wednesdays in Provo, on the trail, or via Telehealth.
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 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.
Error: There are no business accounts connected. Please visit this page to learn how to connect a business account.