About Us

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Michelle Inauen MA., Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in UT, Licensed Professional Counselor & Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in TX

Hello I am Michelle Inauen. I am a Utah transplant and I am originally from Texas. I am really enjoying the four seasons here in Utah. It is nice to have snow in the winter. I do however miss the longer swimsuit season. As a person, I am big believer in family no matter the type of family you have. I do enjoy traveling, dancing, movies, socializing, and summer activities. I also do enjoy spending my free time with my husband and son.

The reason I became a counselor is that I believe humans are our greatest resource. I believe relationships and emotions are our driving force. Learning to manage our emotions, and getting along with others is vital to our existence. This is why I devoted my career to helping others heal through counseling. Seeing people heal, and grow has been such a privilege. I am honored to be in this profession.

My specialties are Anxiety, Depression, Anger-Management, Men's Issues, Couples Counseling, and Couples Workshops. My approach to therapy is to see how you handle stress. How a person handles stress is their defining moment. When things are good and easy, things go well. I also feel it is important not only to teach you how to do things differently but to practice with you as well. People can tell you need to change all day long but without guidelines, or a roadmap, you are just left going in circles. I can help you navigate the road to change. Therapy is not always easy but there is hope.

Michelle works with clients in-person or via teletherapy on:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Anger-Management
  • Men's Issues
  • Couples & Couples Workshops

*Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Utah

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Norma Harris., MS, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

My approach is client-centered with an emphasis on self-acceptance, problem-solving, and coping skills using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I specialize in helping with self-esteem, managing depression and anxiety, and processing trauma. My passion is helping people overcome obstacles in their lives that prevent them from moving forward and reaching self-actualization. I received a Bachelor's degree in Behavioral Science from the University of Utah and a Master's in Counseling degree from Walden University. Aside from my work, I enjoy spending time with my daughter in her various activities. I also enjoy being outdoors, especially by any body of water, going to movies, live theater, and traveling.

Specialties:

  • Self-Esteem
  • Depression Management
  • Anxiety Management
  • Trauma
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Brielle Luke., MSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

With a deep commitment to fostering emotional well-being, I am a humanistic-style mental health therapist based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Specializing in self-esteem, self-worth, anxiety, and depression, I believe in the transformative power of self-compassion, genuine connections, and providing a safe space for individuals to explore their inner world and heal from trauma. As a trained meditation teacher, I integrate mindfulness practices into my sessions, encouraging clients to embark on a journey of self-discovery and resilience.

Beyond the therapy room, my personal life is woven with family, friends, and adventure. Having recently celebrated my wedding at my childhood home in July 2023, my husband and I share a passion for travel, staying active, watching movies, and cherishing moments with our beloved dog, Zona. Our own experience of navigating two years of long-distance before we were able to be in the same place fuels my dedication to helping others navigate similar challenges. Drawing from my background as a dancer of two decades, I am currently immersed in the training to become a Pilates teacher as well, captivated by the practice's ability to instill presence and alignment in one's life.

Specialties:

  • Self-Esteem
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • Religious/ Spiritual
  • Family Therapy
  • LGBTIA+