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About me

     I began gathering experience over ten years ago with a series of poor life choices followed by natural consequences. I was fortunate enough to make my way into a treatment center and start my recovery journey in 2013, where I began rebuilding my life, brick-by-brick. After doing a lot of inner work and finding peace for the first time in my life, I realized I wanted to be a part of that experience for others. I started doing case management in 2015 for a women's sober living in Salt Lake City, Utah. This job was the foundation for where I am today. I founded Bridge Place in 2017 after witnessing a need for support in that space after; after sober living; after a relapse when treatment isn't appropriate; after a program’s lowest level of care is completed, but structure and accountability are still needed. My goal was to create a more one-on-one level


of support and accountability that extends beyond a program and caters to each client's specific needs. It has been an absolute honor to work with families and their loved ones as they integrate back into life. I pride myself on the amount of attention and care I provide each client and their family. Most of my clients have no family in Utah, so their loved ones take comfort in knowing that I am a call away should there be an emergency. My ability to connect with my clients and build trusting relationships has proved paramount in critical times where it matters most. I am confident and have experience working with adults with substance use disorders, comorbidities that have included individuals on the Autism Spectrum as well as processing and learning disorders. I am able to work with clients who don't fall under the primary substance use disorder category but have a mental illness and/or executive dysfunction.

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