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.
Donna joins the Trailtalk team with a passion for working with teens and children. Her Bachelor’s in Sociology fed her passion to obtain her Masters of Counseling, with an emphasis in Play Therapy. Donna will be graduating on April 26, 2019 and is working towards her license as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor.
Donna has 20+ years of experience working with children with trauma, adoption issues and behavioral issues. Donna wants to provide counseling in the area of life skill building, self-worth, depression, generational healing in families, thinking errors, career skills, and working with trauma. In addition to doing therapy, she is a public speaker for troubled teens. Her practice will also include counseling for adults and families. She believes that how we think, feel and live is a choice; we can decide to see the world without judgment and live in freedom.
In her spare time, Donna loves to spend time with her children as well as enjoying the outdoors; running, skiing, writing, and traveling.
Cody earned his Bachelor’s in Cultural Anthropology and his Master’s in Social Work from the University of Utah. His interest in learning about different cultures led him to Social Work, where he gained an interest in holistic approaches to wellness. Cody has experience working with adolescents, young adults, and families. He has worked closely with individuals dealing with substance use, complex trauma, depression, and mood and personality disorders. Cody takes a humanistic approach with individuals he meets with, placing focus on individual strengths. He specializes in CBT, Mindfulness-Based Therapy, Trauma-Informed Therapy, DBT, and Motivational Interviewing.
Cody was born and raised in Utah and learned to love the outdoors. He believes in working to change the stigma associated with mental illness. He believes in holistic healing, encompassing physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual approaches to wellness. Cody considers himself young at heart, and loves to talk about music and movies. He has also been known to go on an occasional trail run or hike. He hopes to one day have time to travel and make a visit to Wrigley Field to watch his beloved Cubs play in person.
Cameron received his master’s in social work from the University of Southern California. He is an outdoor enthusiast, environmentalist, and social activist in addition to his passion for mental health counseling. He joins Trailtalk® as a well-educated professional who is combining his interest in human physiology with a holistic approach to therapy.
As a Marine Corps veteran, Cameron is acutely aware of the need for trauma-informed therapy. He is EMDR trained and takes a person-centered approach. Cameron also combines CBT, ACT, and solution-focused therapy into his practice depending on the needs of his client.
Cameron has experience working with substance use/misuse, military and complex trauma, and all types of grief. He works with adults and teens and is an ally of the LGBTQ community.
In his spare time, Cameron is a beekeeper. He practices what he preaches when it comes to “present moment” living. His bees know when he’s not present! Mindfully living his core values is a "bee worthy" way to be!
As an avid fly fisherman, you can find Cameron on our Utah rivers. See if you can spot him in the backcountry skiing a familiar ridge line. And when he’s not around town, Cameron’s tending to his garden and noisy chickens. His furry companions demand his attention, so Cameron is a regular on the hiking trails.
Cameron meets with clients where they are, on or off the trail in the Provo area, Lehi, and anywhere in the Salt Lake Valley.
Morgan Gonzales graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Westminster College and her Master of Social Work from the University of Denver. Morgan specializes in anxiety management, trauma, and depression. Morgan has worked with children, adults, couples and families. Morgan specializes in ACT, CBT, trauma-informed psychotherapy and mindfulness. Morgan hopes to focus walk and talk therapy in the Provo and Southern Utah County area to increase patient access to care.
Morgan recently moved from Denver, Colorado and believes the focus of mental health well-being includes involving a holistic, mindful and natural approach. She believes that we all thrive and grow in our environments and focuses her attention on walk and talk therapy. Morgan enjoys spending time with her family, snowboarding, camping, traveling and the beautiful mountains of Utah.
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.
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.
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