STACEY LATER

CSW, SUDC

Mental health has the power to influence all aspects of a person’s life, including the ability to develop meaningful relationships, and maintain self-functioning. With willingness and vulnerability, therapy can give a person back their life and empower them to reach their potential. My mantra is “follow your heart and take your brain with you.”
 
I am here to help you heal and move forward in your life journey confidently and autonomously. I have experience with all ages through the lifespan in various settings. I received my Bachelor of Social Work and certificate in Substance Use Disorder Counseling from The University of Utah, and my Master of Social Work from Loyola University Chicago. My therapeutic style encompasses art modalities, attachment theory, mindfulness, ACT, DBT, and CBT.
 
I will meet you where you are at and help you feel supported and safe in your journey. When you feel a pull to change your life and a different path is presented; have courage, take it even when it seems uncertain or scary, and trust it. Follow your heart and take your brain with you.

 

MORE ABOUT STACEY

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TREATMENT APPROACH

I will meet you where you are at and help you feel supported and safe in your journey. When you feel a pull to change your life and a different path is presented; have courage, take it even when it seems uncertain or scary, and trust it. Follow your heart and take your brain with you.

SPECIALTIES

  • Substance Use

  • Trauma

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

AGE OF SPECIALITY

  • Children 5+

  • Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)

  • Young Adults

  • Adults

COMMUNITIES OF SPECIALTY

  • LGBTQIA+ allied

TYPES OF THERAPY

  • Art modalities

  • Attachment Theory

  • ACT

  • DBT 

  • CBT

 
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Follow your heart and take your brain with you.

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KNOW YOUR THERAPIST

WHAT DID YOU GET YOUR DEGREE(S) IN AND WHERE FROM?

Bachelor of Social Work and Substance Use Disorder Counselor Certification University of Utah Master of Social Work Loyola University Chicago

SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL HISTORY

  • Safe Harbor Crisis Center, Kaysville Utah

  • LifeLine for Youth, North Salt Lake Utah

  • LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City Utah

  • Northern Utah Counseling, Clearfield Utah

  • Diamond Tree Recovery, Kaysville Utah

WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO BECOME A THERAPIST?

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WHATS YOUR THERAPEUTIC APPROACH?

Mental health has the power to influence all aspects of a person’s life, including the ability to develop meaningful relationships, and maintain self-functioning. With willingness and vulnerability, therapy can give a person back their life and empower them to reach their potential. My mantra is “follow your heart and take your brain with you.”

WHAT KIND OF HOMEWORK OR ASSIGNMENTS DO YOU GIVE CLIENTS?

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HOW SHOULD I PREPARE FOR MY FIRST SESSION WITH YOU?

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Office: 435-799-5035

Fax: 435-535-3782

115 Golf Course Road Suite E Logan,UT 84321

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