Brooke RobertsTherapist, CSW
Angela HinkleTherapist, AMFT
Jason SteedTherapist, LCSW
Joshua BravoTherapist, LCSW
Cashae LozanoTherapist, ACMHC
Ali ColemanTherapist, CSW
Royd WhiteTherapist, MSW, CSW
Kat RoseMSW Intern
Brooke received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work with a Minor in Psychology from Weber State University. She received her Master of Social Work with a Forensic Concentration from the University of Utah. Brooke is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Brooke has experience working with the forensic population, including substance abuse and domestic violence. At Resolutions Counseling, Brooke works with children, adolescents, families, couples, and individuals. She specializes in depression, anxiety, trauma-related disorders, substance abuse, domestic violence, marital issues, personality disorders, among many others. Brooke works alongside her clients to empower them to find hope through their resiliency. Brooke incorporates a wide range of evidenced-based modalities to promote healthy relationships, effective coping skills, and balanced mental health. When Brooke is out of the office you can find her running, or spending time with her family and loved ones.
I am a marriage and family therapist and have experience working with children, adolescents and adults through providing individual, couples, and family therapy. I am experienced in working with clients that have faced some of the most difficult life challenges such as separation or divorce, grief, family problems, substance abuse, juvenile justice, as well as mental illness.
My specialties include Anxiety, Anger Management, Behavioral Issues, Learning Disabilities, Bipolar Disorder, Career Counseling, Coping Skills, Depression, Family Conflict, Infidelity, Parenting Skills, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Spirituality, Substance Abuse, and Transgender issues.
Jason was originally born and raised in Provo, Utah. He went to school at Southern Utah University in Cedar City where he obtained his B.S. in Psychology and was a member of the International Honor Society in Psychology. Wanting to further his education he attended the Social Work program at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor where he graduated with his Masters of Social Work degree. Jason has experience working in Alaska, Virginia, and Utah working in both outpatient and inpatient settings as well as with a mental health court. He has come to have a great love and compassion for people struggling with mental health and addiction issues. He currently lives in Sandy with his wife and 3 children. He enjoys riding motorcycles, honoring veterans, playing with his children, and exploring the beautiful landscapes of Utah.
Joshua’s greatest reward as a therapist is helping clients explore ways to make the changes in their lives that will allow them to look forward to the future with hope. He believes that we all need someone to talk with who will really listen, connect and accept us as we are, without judgment. He provides clients with that warm, nonjudgmental environment—a healing environment to explore the issues that may be preventing them from living the life they want.
Joshua holds a Master’s degree in Social Work and he is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. He uses a variety of approaches to assist clients depending on their individual needs. He is trained in Mind-Body Bridging, EMDR, Brief Solution Focused Therapy and uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Therapy, and psycho-education extensively. His experience includes working with individuals working through divorce and single-parenting, addictions, intimate partner violence, grief, trans* issues, and mood disorders, among other areas. Joshua can treat individuals/couples in both Spanish or English.
Joshua has been working with children and families for over 15 years. His strength is in helping children and families who have experienced trauma; especially sexual abuse, family violence, physical abuse and associated injuries. He utilizes play therapy when working with children and holds extensive experience in working with youth placed in foster care. In addition, Joshua has worked with both offenders and survivors of intimate partner violence in various community mental health centers.
Joshua brought to Utah the first Adult Survivors of Suicide Attempts support group (SOSA) and has secured grant funding to continue the program. He is also the Clinical Director of the largest LGBTQA+ community counseling center in the state of Utah.
I have a passion for mental health. I began working in the field as a peer tutor, helping special needs peers with academic tutoring as well as learning appropriate social skills and basic home and workplace skills. I volunteered in a Child Abuse Prevention Team, where we spoke at a multitude of venues, educating people on all types of abuse and resources to get help. I moved on from there and obtained my bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in sociology. For the next couple years, I worked as a psych tech with adolescents in residential treatment for a variety of issues including trauma and abuse (victim and perpetrator), alcohol and drugs, running, fighting, gang violence, and other behavioral issues. This further fueled my passion for mental health and I returned to school in order to get my master’s degree in mental health counseling. I had the fantastic opportunity to intern with the CATS and DOGS programs in Salt Lake County Jails, a residential drug rehab program, and two outpatient counseling clinics. Since I have graduated, I have become certified in Domestic Violence. I continue to relish working with a diverse client base since joining the team at Resolutions.
Ali, CSW, loves working with children and their families. She has a fun and warm approach to therapy. Ali uses play therapy and sand tray therapy to help children talk about their feelings and move toward positive change. Ali also works closely and effectively with parents in parent-child therapy. Ali is well versed in treating behavioral issues, mood disorders, and autism.
If a relationship has experienced trauma or severe stress, the individuals involved may feel their life is unraveling, pulling them into depression and anxiety. As a compassionate therapist with genuine concern for my clients, I work to promote human relationships grounded in mutuality, respect, and consideration. As clients develop healthy perceptions of themselves and find personal dignity and value, they can more fully emotionally invest in their relationships.
My education, my age, and my life experiences-both good and bad, provide me with a unique perspective on assisting others. I feel it is important to work within an individual’s belief system and values, in order to move forward and promote growth. I have helped mend numerous marriages, and assisted many individuals with communication, conflict, and emotional disconnection.
I do not consider myself the expert. My clients are the experts. Experiences and personalities for each individual are varied, and no single approach is the right one. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mind Body Bridging, and a client centered strength based approach. My style is supportive, collaborative, and compassionate. Together we can develop meaningful goals that will produce positive results.
I strive to deliver an effective blend of experience, concern, and action to the counseling process. Additionally, empowering individuals, couples, and families to maximize outcome and provide genuine healing and wholeness. I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and will graduate with an MSW, in 2018 from Arizona State University. I have over 8 years of experience with a wide range of patients in a variety of treatment settings. These programs include; a psychiatric hospital, day treatment programs, women and youth support groups, as well as church counseling services. I specialize in women’s crisis issues, as well as child and adolescent trauma, with an active interest in couple’s therapy. I strongly believe in the power of the therapeutic partnership to help uncover the strengths and resources we all possess in order to bring about the changes we desire in our lives.