Jill Dickey, CMHC-I
Specializing in Couples/Marriage Therapy, Young Adults & Teens
Jill knows life’s challenges can be overwhelming, but she also believes that personal and relational growth is more than possible if you have the right road map to follow. Jill knows support can be invaluable and she is passionate about providing that needed support for individuals, couples, and families.
Jill implements a trauma informed, integrative therapeutic approach to treatment and has experience with modalities that treat mood and anxiety issues (especially OCD and scrupulosity), anger, grief, and self-esteem issues, food and body acceptance struggles, religious concerns, and perinatal mood and anxiety. Jill is especially passionate about couples’ relational and sexual health and uses a Relational Life Therapy approach to help couples and families navigate the often-difficult realities of intimate relationships.
Jill got her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Utah State University, and loves teaching, but is enjoying her passion for mental health. She is currently working towards her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Utah Valley University.
When she isn’t working with her clients, she loves to enjoy nature (especially hiking in the mountains), playing card games (with anyone who will play with her), reading, and finding new recipes to perfect. Mostly she finds the most joy working with people and helping them become the best versions of themselves.