Our office focuses on: Empower, Hope, Resolve. Life offers many challenges and when things get overwhelming, reaching out for help is the first step. You will find the help you are searching for in our office.
Gayle Wyner is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with over 20 years of experience. She earned a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Utah and graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Social Work.
She has been a successful therapist for many years and has also effectively facilitated several mediations and/or parent coordination cases to help with high conflict resolution. She has been successful in helping children, adolescents and adults work through their mental health issues. She is EMDR certified and has extensive experience with postpartum depression, domestic violence, trauma, depression, anxiety, abuse, PTSD, addictions, life changes in elderly care and many other mental health diagnoses. She is also specialized in marriage, family and relationship counseling. Additionally, with her training as a mediator and parent coordinator she is an excellent choice to help guide clients to a successful outcome.
Gayle is a member of the following organizations: National Association of Social Workers (NASW), the Utah Society of Social Work Leadership in Health Care (USSWLHC) and Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC). She has worked in both non-profit and private clinical settings. She presents regularly at conferences, workshops and high schools.
Gayle’s years of professional experience reflects a lifelong commitment to helping people whether it is through counseling, mediation or parent coordination.
Jenny Brand Maldonado is a graduate of Argosy University’s Master of Marriage and Family Therapy program. Trained in multiple Family Systems models, Jenny’s strengths are in Solution Focused Brief Therapy and Experiential Family Therapy. Jenny also uses sand play, family sculpting, and Structural Family Therapy, as well as Internal Family Systems interventions. Jenny approaches her clinical work from a collaborative, strength-based perspective, which focuses on helping her clients access the tools and resilience they inherently possess. She helps individuals strengthen their relationships by highlighting their commitment to personal values and congruence with themselves and others.
Along with her experience working with individuals, Jenny has a strong background working with adolescents, couples, and families experiencing crisis, life transitions, loss, and grief. Jenny is experienced using Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Structured Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress (SPARCS). Jenny’s clinical background includes resolving complex issues of trauma, abuse, reactive attachment, spirituality, and perfectionism. She works with families and couples needing clinical services for divorce preparation and blended family adjustment. Jenny also works with couples needing assistance to work through infidelity, intimacy, and addiction issues.
Jenny’s clinical work reflects her commitment to hope and healing in relationship and mental health issues. She has worked in not-for-profit, corporate residential, and private clinical settings. Jenny is a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR).
Millie Mathis graduated with her Master of Marriage and Family Therapy from Argosy University. She enjoys working with families, couples and children of all ages. She personally understands many challenges that people experience in life. She knows that we all have challenges. Unfortunately, we don’t get to choose those challenges, but we can choose how we will deal with them. She believes that confronting and working through those difficult challenges can be hard and at times we need help.
By providing a safe place, using empathy, insight and knowledge she will be able to help you navigate through your life story to become your best self despite life’s challenges. Theories that Millie will also use to help you navigate through your challenges are: Emotionally Focused Therapy, Gottman’s Sound Relational House, Structural Family Therapy, Solution Focused, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment therapy. She has experience working with grief, marital conflict, depression, anxiety, transition into new life stages and family conflict. She is grateful for the opportunity to help others confront their challenges and take control of their lives.
When you face life’s painful challenges, I blend compassion and empathy with 20 years of counseling experience to assist your growth and development. I believe you were created to connect and want to facilitate change in your relationship issues.
My specialties are anxiety and depression. My Doctoral dissertation started my life study of achieving happiness. I also help people with the issues listed below. I have had clients tell me that they feel deeply understood as we work together to find solutions and peace. I have also had clients tell me that I was able help where others have not.
In counseling you might remove the bandages from your emotional wounds and let me examine them with a professional, sensitive and caring eye. I can help help move you towards healing, peace and growth.
Megan Komatsu, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Arizona State University and her master’s in social work from San Diego State University. She highly skilled and trained in several treatment modalities including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR). She specializes in the treatment of trauma, addiction, anxiety, depression, co-occurring disorders, mood disorders, relationship issues, adjustment disorders, personality disorders and other mental health diagnoses. She has treated a diverse clientele of all ages and has spoken at national and local conferences.
At the heart of her practice is a belief people can overcome life’s challenges. She utilizes evidence-based practices while demonstrating empathy, collaboration, and empowerment. Her strengths-based approach assists clients to develop the skills needed to move forward in resolving their concerns.
Megan provides a safe environment for clients to identify, and utilize their personal strengths in overcoming life’s obstacles. She believes each person deserves and is capable of living a fulfilling, rewarding life of their choosing.