Dani SandersPsychologist, PhD
Brooke RobertsTherapist, CSW
Laurel BlackTherapist, LCSW
Ali ColemanTherapist, CSW
Royd WhiteTherapist, MSW, CSW
Angela HinkleTherapist, AMFT
Dr. Sanders enjoys and appreciates the unique culture and community of the Wasatch Front. She completed her undergraduate degree at Utah State University, and her graduate degree from Brigham Young University, in Clinical Psychology and neuropsychology. Her pre-doctoral internship was completed at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, in Miami, Florida, in the neuropsychology rotation. She then worked with adults for two years post-doctorally at Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital in Denver, Colorado, and Intermountain Medical Center’s Outpatient Rehabilitation department, in Murray, Utah. Dr. Sanders specializes in neuropsychological and psychological assessment, as well as therapy for depression, anxiety, and interpersonal problems in children and adults.
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.
Laurel earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology as well as her Master of Social Work from the University of Utah. Laurel is experienced in treating anxiety, depression, bipolar, personality disorders, addiction, PTSD, and a variety of relationship issues including marriage, divorce and blending families. She is particularly interested in how early attachment and trauma impacts development and functioning throughout the lifespan. Laurel also specializes in treating perinatal mood disorders such as postpartum anxiety, postpartum depression, and other mood issues during pregnancy and after giving birth. She has been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Seeking Safety, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Moral Reconation Therapy, and level one of Lifespan Integration. Laurel also has experience in promoting shame resilience as informed by Brené Brown’s research on shame and vulnerability. Laurel tailors her approach to each individual client in order to promote maximum healing and progress. She strives to treat clients with the goal of optimal integration of their experiences and beliefs in order to achieve a solid connection with their highest self. Laurel enjoys spending time studying and reading to fine tune her therapy skills. When she isn’t working or focusing on therapy techniques, she loves to create art and music and spend time with her husband, two sons, and their much-loved pets
Ali started working in the social work field in 2010 and feel in love with working with kids and teens. She received her Bachelors of Social Work from the University of Utah. She also received her Masters of Social Work with a Child Welfare Concentration from the University of Utah. Ali has experience working with Anxiety, Depression, Processing Trauma (such as abuse and neglect), Parenting Skills, Self Esteem, Coping Skills, among many others. Ali is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. At Resolutions she works with children, adolescents, individuals and families. Ali’s goal with her clients is to work with them using their strengths so they can succeed in their circumstances. When Ali isn’t working she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, baking and doing anything athletic.
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 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.