Monday through Saturday
7:00 am to 6:00 pm
INDIVIDUAL AND COUPLES WALK AND TALK THERAPY
MONTHLY GROUP WALK AND TALKS TBA
Payments will be submitted at your session. We accept BCBS insurance.
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.
Kate is a teacher/speaker-turned-therapist who is passionate about asking quality questions that help clients increase awareness of their experiences and needs. She commonly uses mindful conversation
and practices with clients. As a Trailtalk therapist, she focuses on seeing each part of the person as interconnected and inter-influential. She leans on narrative therapy – a non-judgmental, curious, story
analyzing approach. She also utilizes nature and walking to engage more creative and experiential therapies. She is a level 2 Gottman certified couples’ therapist and has practiced with both individuals
and groups for 2 years.
When not on the trail with a client or her friends, Kate likes to try gardening, getting away on quick trips to explore beautiful nature, and advocating for the environment and vulnerable populations here in beautiful Salt Lake City.
Sarah (she/they) grew up close to the farmlands and forests of Central New Jersey. She attended The University of Scranton and earned a B.A. in Health Sciences and an M.S. in Occupational Therapy. She has been practicing occupational therapy with adults with various mental and physical health conditions. In 2017 she attended the California Institute of Integral Studies with a focus on Transpersonal, Spiritual and Integral Counseling Psychology. Her current therapeutic approach draws from depth psychology, trauma-informed therapy, somatic therapy, Gestalt therapy, and couples/family/child/relational therapy. She has been practicing psychotherapy at the Utah Pride Center since June 3, 2019 and Trailtalk since October 2020.
Outside of work, Sarah loves to spend time nurturing her soul by connecting with friends and family, hugging trees, backpacking through Utah, and dancing multiple times a day. Sarah’s life purpose is to connect deeply with herself and the Earth and to move from that place in service of life and love. It is Sarah’s passion and honor to support others in being, expressing and living from authentic selfhood in times of both challenge and ease.
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.