Ashley Henderson, LCSW
Ashley Henderson is an ownership partner and clinician with Reach Counseling, LLC. She is an LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) in her tenth year of practice. She received her undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University and masters degree at the University of Utah, both in social work with a minor in Gerontology. Other certifications she holds include: Completion certificate from Postpartum Support International, Child-Welfare Certificate, Trauma-Focused CBT and Tobacco Cessation Certification. Her areas of expertise include but not limited to: pregnancy, postpartum and perinatal challenges, infertility/miscarriage struggles, child and family therapy, play therapy, trauma treatment, treatment of anxiety/ depression, women’s issues, sports psychotherapy and grief/loss counseling.
Levi Schomas, LCSW
Levi Schomas is an ownership partner and clinician with Reach Counseling, LLC. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and has ten years of experience providing counseling services. He received his Bachelors degree in psychology and his Master’s in Social Work. Levi has completed certifications in Perinatal Mood Disorders with Postpartum Support International, and is a Level 1 Gottaman certified therapist. He started his career at an agency working with children and families for 3 years, and then moved to working with children and teenagers, ages 8-18, at a residential treatment center for another 3 years. Since then, he has engaged his private practice working with all ages. Levi enjoys working with couples in marriage counseling.
Other certifications and trainings: Trauma focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mind-Body Bridging, parenting skills for moderately difficult children, therapy for generalized anxiety and depression, and different forms of play therapy.
Kaylene Fraser, CSWi
Kaylene Fraser graduated from the MSW program at Utah Valley University with a mental health emphasis. She earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Marriage, Family and Human Development from Brigham Young University with a minor in Music. After graduating, she went on to work as a milieu counselor at an inpatient facility and lead CBT and DBT trauma-focused support groups. Kaylene also gained valuable experience with at-risk teens as a Social Worker for the Department of Social and Health Services in the Seattle area. She completed her practicum last year at Life Stone Counseling Center and engaged with all ages and life stages during her time there. Her areas of expertise include: depression, anxiety, stress management, post-traumatic stress disorder, mindfulness and interpersonal relationships.
Kate Hubrich, MSWi
Kate Hubrich is excited to be a Reach Counseling intern. She received her Bachelors degree at the University of Utah in Elementary Education. After graduating she taught English as a Second Language to college students and working professionals. She then went on to work at Prevent Child Abuse Utah where she fell in love with the field of social work. She is working towards her MSW and her LCSW and hopes to be a clinical, private practice therapist someday soon. Outside of Reach Counseling and focusing on her masters degree, she is passionate about refugee resettlement and travel.
Carina Wolf, MSWi
Carina completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brigham Young University. While there, she became a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. She is currently pursuing her masters degree in social work at Utah Valley University. Her greatest joy is to spend time with her family. She believes families are the foundation for a stronger community. She has a great passion for therapy and especially couples therapy because she believes many conflicts arise from poor communication. She has great interest on interracial relationships since different cultural backgrounds can bring greater opportunities for miscommunication and misunderstanding. Carina’s goal is to provide clients with the tools they can use to be successful in their marriages and families because she believes when people know better they do better.
Sasha Lloyd, MSWi
Sasha received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Utah with a minor in human development and family services. After the birth of her first child, she became a passionate advocate for postpartum women and began studying Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders including postpartum depression and anxiety. This passion drove her to switch her major to social work. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in social work at Utah Valley University and is excited to work with Reach Counseling creating and implementing the Intensive Outpatient Program for postpartum women.
Natalie Smart, Office Manager, Billing & Scheduling
Natalie Smart completed her Bachelors degree in Business Management at Brigham Young University and has a background in operations and marketing. Natalie has volunteer experience working with children in orphanages in Peru and has enjoyed watching several of her Peruvian “children” grow up to be confident, resilient young adults. She enjoys traveling, waterskiing, and spending time with her husband and two children.