Each one of our walks of life is unique to us. With that comes our own sets of struggles and challenges that can sometimes feel overwhelming. When those feelings come, often we lose sight of who we are and the value that each one of us holds.
My goal as a therapist is to help you to rediscover and remember your value as an individual. I strongly believe in empowering those that I work with. My passion is helping individuals through their various mental health struggles, as well as issues surrounding low self-worth and self-esteem. I work from a client-centered, strengths-based perspective, utilizing ACT, CBT, and Solution Focused approaches.
I view therapy as a collaborative process where you are the expert in your own life. I strive to create an environment where you feel safe and heard as we work together to help you reach your goals.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time in the mountains with my husband and dog, Ruby, playing the piano, watching sports, and traveling!
Master of Social Work
Bachelor of Social Work
minor: Mental Health Advocacy & Awareness
minor: Human Development & Family Studies
Olivia began her career in mental health and human services as an office assistant at Priestley Mental Health. As a student at Utah State, she worked as a direct care specialist for North Eastern Services as an on-call, part-time clerk for Family Services processing intakes and referrals and scheduling clients with therapists. She completed her bachelor's degree internship at Bear River Mental Health. Olivia has a bachelor's degree in social work focusing on human development, family studies, and mental health advocacy and a master's degree in social work from Utah State University. She is a social worker licensed to provide counseling and psychotherapy.
Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW)
Trauma-Informed Crisis Response & Intervention