Ashley Henderson, LCSW, PHM-C
Ashley Henderson is an ownership partner and clinician with Reach Counseling, LLC. She is an LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) in her fourteenth 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 and training she holds include: EMDR trained, Postpartum Support International Certification, Perinatal Mental Health Certified (PMH-C), 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.
“I love the humbling aspect of working with people in vulnerable times of their lives. I strive to treat everyone with respect and value their own individual paths toward healing. I like to laugh and bring a sense of calmness to sessions. I’m passionate about connecting with others on their journey.”
Levi Schomas, LCSWI
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.
Betty Flores, LCSW (she/her)
Hi, my name is Betty Flores. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in individual and family therapy. I have 7 years of experience working with children and adolescents struggling with depression, anxiety, substance use, sexuality, gender identity and more, in an inpatient hospital setting. This provided me with the opportunity of supporting and helping individuals and their families navigate some of the most vulnerable and difficult times of their lives.
Since entering the journey of parenthood I have found myself becoming more and more passionate about Perinatal Mental Health. I have completed the extensive training through Perinatal Support International (PSI) and am eager to help individuals and their families navigate the difficulties during pregnancy, postpartum and early parenthood.
I take a client-centered approach to counseling, and enjoy working alongside clients as they feel empowered to live more whole lives that align with their values and goals. I frequently incorporate interventions and techniques from CBT, DBT, Mindfulness practice and Self-Compassion into my sessions. I look forward to helping you navigate life transitions, relationship struggles, feelings of anxiety or depression, and more.
Graduate of Weber State University with a Bachelor of Science in Social Work
Graduate of the University of Utah with a Masters in Social Work
State of Utah Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Kate Hubrich, CSW
Kate is a teacher/speaker-turned-therapist who is passionate about asking quality questions that help increase awareness of experiences and needs. Mindful conversation and practices are common in sessions with her. As a therapist at Reach Counseling 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 creative and experiential therapies. She is a level 2 Gottman certified couples’ therapist and has practiced with individuals, couples, and groups.
When she is not with a client or her friends, you will find Kate attempting to garden, getting away on quick trips out in nature or advocating for the environment and vulnerable populations.
Heather Bath, LCSW
Heather has been working in the mental health field since 2006. Most recently she was employed with the
Huntsman Mental Institute Health Crisis Services and worked as a mobile crisis outreach worker and on the crisis line and text line. She has experience and special interest in working with trauma but has also worked with various other mental health conditions as well as addiction therapy. For fun she enjoys spending time with my husband and family as well as our two kitties and also enjoy socializing with friends. I love to sing, dance, I enjoy creative projects, photography, travel, Disney, and anything vintage.
Amberli Geverts, CMHC
Amberli specializes in working with children and adolescents, ages 6-17, with a variety of issues, including trauma, attachment, behavior, depression, anxiety, and self-esteem. Amberli has experience in healing attachment issues through her work with foster care and adopted children. Involving parents in treatment is important to Amberli, as she believes parents play a big role in their child’s therapeutic journey. She has a passion for teaching parents effective ways to connect with their children and educating them on research-based methods that can be implemented at home. Amberli draws from Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) and attachment theory principles in her work and applies play, art, sand-tray, mindfulness, Theraplay principles, psychoeducation, and emotional processing in sessions.
Amberli holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Arizona State University and a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Denver.
In her free time, Amberli enjoys baking, traveling, exercising, all things Disney, and spending time with her husband and little girl.
Sasha Lloyd, CSW
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. Sasha graduated with a 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.
Dorothy Winters, CSW (she/her)
Clients appreciate Dorothy’s down-to-earth authenticity. She is direct yet gentle, and both serious and silly. Her non-judgmental nature is genuine; this is felt and it creates a foundation of emotional safety allowing clients to open up and to be curious about themselves and their experiences, getting them unstuck and moving toward healing, growth, and into living a more connected, meaningful, and effective life. Dorothy uses an integrative approach pulling from a variety of therapeutic methods to meet the unique needs of each person and situation. In addition to providing individual therapy, Dorothy also has experience creating and running faith transition groups, grief support groups, DBT skills groups, and various groups for youth experiencing homelessness. Dorothy received her MSW from the University of Utah. She is a member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD), is DBT intensively trained, EMDR trained, Ego State trained, Sandtray trained, and Crisis Response Plan certified.
Jordon Ciriako, CSW
Jordon received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Utah Valley University and his Social Work Master’s degree from the University of Utah. He has a relationship with anxiety and depression, which provides him a deep understanding of the challenges that others with mental health problems face. Jordon found strength and knowledge through his therapeutic journey, which drives his passion for accompanying others on their path to hope and healing. Previously, Jordon worked with domestic violence offenders and individuals suffering from the debilitating effects of mental health. He employs Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Narrative Therapy techniques to guide clients to a deeper understanding of themselves and ways to find relief amidst their difficulties. Jordon enjoys working with couples in marriage or couples counseling.
Jordon enjoys Marvel movies and TV shows, reading, spending time with his wife and daughter, yardwork, and woodworking in his free time.
Savannah Seninger Cowley, CSW
Savannah received her Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. Bringing together her passion for yoga and therapy, Savannah is a trained yoga teacher who is certified in trauma and sexual trauma yoga, and is currently working toward certification in prenatal and postpartum yoga. Savannah uses a holistic approach as she works with people to improve their physical and mental health. She is passionate about working with women to improve their lives and emphasized in women’s studies during her Master’s program. She also enjoys working with kids and adults with autism because she feels they deserve the resources and support they need to succeed. Utilizing expressive therapies and mindfulness, Savannah’s highest goal is to help people on their journey to healing.
Other certifications and trainings: Substance use counseling, Trauma response training, Women’s health certification, Anti-discrimination Response training, and Registered Behavioral Technician.
Holli Howland, CSW
Holli specializes in working with children, adolescents, and adults who struggle with a variety of issues including, but not limited to trauma, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, and behavioral issues. Since graduating, Holli has been working as a therapist for children in the foster care system. Holli also has experience working as a case manager for the Division of Child and Family Services. Prior to this, Holli worked as a mental health technician for various inpatient and outpatient treatment settings.
Holli is certified in cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, sand tray therapy, parent-child Interaction therapy, motivational interviewing, and trained in EMDR. In her therapeutic work, she utilizes child-centered play therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and cognitive processing therapy and is working towards becoming certified in these therapy approaches. Holli holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Science with an emphasis in Psychology from Utah Valley University and a Master’s of Social Work Degree from the University of Southern California.
In her free time, Holli enjoys Harry Potter, reading, doing puzzles, hiking, and spending time with her family and two dogs.
Kaylee Smith, MSWi
Kaylee Smith received her Bachelor’s degree in Equestrian Studies: Therapeutic Riding Concentration while also receiving a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana. Since then, she has spent her time working with people with physical and mental disabilities as well as those working on their mental health journey with the assistance of horses as a therapy tool. Primarily working with veterans, Kaylee found her passion for therapy and is currently pursuing her degree to become a Licensed Mental Health Counselor from Grand Canyon University. She is passionate about working with both kids and adults using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, individualized care, mindfulness, and other person-centered methods.
Kaylee enjoys spending time adventuring with her husband and daughter, their three dogs, and her horse in her personal time.
Kristi Western, MSWi
Hi, my name is Kristi Western. I have a Bachelors degree in Psychology and I am currently pursuing my Masters of Social Work. I am a wife and a mother to two young children. I have spent the last 10 years working in the theatre arts, early education, and being a full-time mother. My life experiences have led me back to the field of social work where I feel honored to guide others through confusion, frustration, crisis, loss, transitions, and healing. I am passionate about Perinatal Mental Health. I value working with single parents, blended families, and those suffering from depression, anxiety, faith transitions, and grief. I look forward to helping you gain skills to live a happier, healthier, more meaningful life.
In my free time, I can be found studying, working in a theater, or spending time with my family.
Stephanie Pearce, CSW
Stephanie CSW, (she/her)
Stephanie received her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. Stephanie has been a certified yoga instructor since 2010 teaching yoga from a trauma informed approach. Stephanie relies heavily on her education in treatment of trauma and narrative therapy. Stephanie enjoys incorporating her experience with yoga, meditation, and mindfulness with mental health. Stephanie specializes in working with perinatal and postpartum. Stephanie also enjoys working with the adolescent and young adult LGBTQ+ community.
In her free time, Stephanie enjoys rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, and painting.
Lisa Goff, MSWi
Lisa is a second year MSW student at Utah Valley University. She has a bachelor’s degree in Integrated Health and Wellness and is a 500 e-RYT yoga teacher and a certified yoga therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She weaves together mindfulness, somatic experiencing, and cognitive therapy to help her clients heal and discover holistic wellness. Her areas of practice include trauma, depression, anxiety, women’s health, and chronic pain. Lisa and her husband are the parents of four amazing children. Their family loves to travel, explore the outdoors, and play Scattergories.
BrookeLyn Wasden, Receptionist
BrookeLyn Wasden completed her Bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies at Utah State University. She is excited to use her natural interest in people and families to serve clients at Reach Counseling. She enjoys her creative outlets such as embroidery, painting, and music. But what makes her happiest is cuddling on the couch with her new puppy (and hubby) while watching a movie after a long productive day.
Natalie Smart, Director of Administration
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.
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