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Meet the Team

We take pride in our team of therapists who are dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness goals. Get to know our team members and their unique therapy styles by browsing through their profiles. Whether you're looking for someone who specializes cognitive-behavioral therapy or mindfulness stress reduction, we got you covered. We confident that you'll find the perfect match for your therapy needs.

Roberto lara


Roberto Lara

I firmly believe that it is through a non-judgmental alliance between individual and therapist that the process of personal growth and overcoming challenges occurs. This is a relationship based on genuine openness, unconditional positive regard, and empathy. When I approach my work with individuals, I am mindful that those with whom I am working are the experts of their own lives. My role is to come along to offer a new perspective and to assist them in discovering unique outcomes and to re-authorize their life stories to achieve their goals, wishes, and desires in life.



Melissa Marchant

Through therapy, I hope to help clients gain insight into their own feelings, thoughts, and behaviors, in effort to develop healthier ways of coping. Often this includes teaching new skills, such as how to manage stress, communicate better, and regulate emotions. I am passionate about helping people recognize patterns in behavior that contribute to mental health issues, and help make changes to address these patterns



Chris Curlett

Everyone struggles at some point in their lives. It’s the human experience, and comes in many forms: anxiety, depression, trauma, acting out behaviors. As a clinical therapist with a Master’s in Social Work, I have been honored to provide support to children, teens, LGBTQIA, families and adults through crisis and behavioral support, military, and person or individual previously incarcerated.



Samantha Olson

I strive to help individuals who are seeking change in their lives by using a collaborative approach; this is your journey! I want to help you discover self-empowerment through the healing process. 


I specialize in working with those who struggle with eating disorders and disordered eating; anxiety; depression; interpersonal challenges; substance use; and trauma related to domestic violence, attachment, faith transition, and abuse. I am an LGBTQ+ -affirmative therapist.




Jason Stevens

I am so happy that you’re here and considering what therapy can mean for you. For as long as I can remember, I have been fascinated by the stories of others. Their experiences, their struggles, their triumphs, their grief, and their purpose. When I hear the stories of others, I am reminded that we all have a path and we are not meant to walk it alone. I believe all people have a desire to be seen, fully-known, and challenged! Whatever you may be waiting for is already a part of you. Let’s make time to connect and see where our conversation takes us, shall we?!

Robyn Hardcastle 12-7-22


Robyn Hardcastle

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I am deeply committed to providing compassionate and comprehensive support to women navigating the complexities of women's health issues. With a focus on empowerment and holistic well-being, I offer a safe and nurturing space for women to explore their physical, emotional, and relational health. Whether facing challenges related to reproductive health, perimenopause, menopause, or other life transitions, I am dedicated to guiding women towards greater understanding, resilience, and self-compassion. Through collaborative therapy sessions, I strive to empower women to reclaim their agency, cultivate meaningful connections, and thrive in every aspect of their lives. 



Michael Lambert

It's a unique opportunity to be involved in others’ lives around processes of change, discovery and intentionality. I value respecting self-determination, vulnerability people may choose to engage, and the wisdom each of us have within. Our experiences can influence us profoundly, and I also hope to help people feel empowered to meaningfully direct their experience. We are each on a journey. May you find fulfillment in yours.



Parker Newton

Doing therapy with others is something I “GET” to do. Navigating life is non-linear and we all do share in having to overcome major struggles and obstacles.  Emotions do pass, and navigating them is truly an exciting, challenging, and constant process. One of my main goals therapeutically is the expression, sitting with, and acknowledgment of emotions. In a world of chaos, I try to live my life as a Human Being, not Human Doing, a theory and approach I bring when working with others.  As a resident of Connecticut with deep roots in Utah, the majority of my sessions will be Telehealth.   



Trevor Hardcastle

Welcome!  It takes courage to want to work on growth, change, and acceptance.  You might feel  stuck between both the need for acceptance and the need for change in areas of your life.  As a therapist, I help people in this change process.  My experience in treating substance use, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, self harm, and eating disorders has given me the background to help individuals and families with complex problems.

Therapy is being embraced within our culture!  It has become acceptable to reach out for help, to address problems in our lives, and to seek another perspective.  Those that do reach out for help get the opportunity to fully be heard, to feel validation, and to begin stepping forward in the healing process. 

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