Quality Experienced Therapists & Team

“Change is scary and it can be hard to reach out for support. Our therapists treat each client with empathy and respect to foster a safe environment. Sometimes all it takes is a listening ear, a fresh perspective, or new skills to bring about lifelong positive change.” 

Sarah Stroup


M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling
B.S. Family Studies and Human Development
Registered Play Therapist
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Member
Utah Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Member
Clinical Director
HCA Board Member
AAMFT Approved Supervisor Candidate

Sarah Stroup is a licensed marriage and family therapist. Her specialties include: teens, children, families, couples, trauma, and infertility. She has worked in a variety of mental health settings from substance abuse and behavioral programs to community outpatient clinics. She believes her multi-ethnic upbringing has increased her open-mindedness and cultural awareness. During her free time, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, eating ethnic food, reading, and napping.

Tiffany Russell


Tiffany has spent the majority of her career working with adults and teens in residential treatment. She has a deep passion for helping children, couples, and families and has taught many parenting classes. Tiffany recognizes that none of us are immune to struggle and hardship, and happiness can be hard to find when we are in the trenches. She believes that change occurs when people can see themselves through a positive lens and shift their core beliefs from negative to positive. She is currently pursuing certifications in EMDR, EFT, and Play Therapy. When not at work, Tiffany enjoys spending time with her family, running 5ks, playing board games, and camping. “People need people- for initial and continued survival, for socialization, for the pursuit of satisfaction. No one- not the dying, not the outcast, not the mighty- transcends the need for human contact” – Irvin Yalom

Stefanie Prosence


Stefanie is passionate in the pursuit of helping any and all persons including children, teens, adults, couples, and entire families. Stefanie has helped and taught the children of many different kinds of families-blended, separated, divorced, or single parented, as well as, children with special needs or adopted children. She has experience in working with suicidal ideation in teens and those in crisis. In her spare time, Stefanie loves painting, going for walks with her family, and watching movies (she’s open to recommendations!). She is currently pursuing certification in EMDR, Play Therapy, and EFT. “I believe change comes with humility, honesty, and hope, alongside a willingness to work for it.”

LeeAnne Davies

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LeeAnne has always been passionate about working with children and teens and graduated from BYU with a Master’s of Social Work. She’s worked in a variety of mental health settings including community outpatient and teen residential.  LeeAnne defines her therapeutic style as relationship and person-centered, dedicating time to building relationships of trust before doing going deeper into therapy. LeeAnne uses CBT, DBT, TF-CBT, Solution-Focused Therapy, and EMDR among other theories to help her clients progress and make life-long changes. LeeAnne was raised in Kamas, Utah and now resides in Herriman where she enjoys spending time with her husband and son.

Dawn Talbot


Dawn has worked in residential treatment facilities for the last eight years where she has focused on repairing relationship injuries in families through family skill based groups and parenting classes.  Dawn enjoys working with individuals, couples and families but her passion is helping young children and adolescents by inspiring positive life-long outcomes. Dawn is pursuing additional certification in Play Therapy. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, watching movies and dancing.

Amber Ottesen


Amber is a woman of many talents. In addition to being our administrative assistant, she teaches kids English to kids in China, built her own house, and has a bachelor’s degree in Deaf Studies with a concentration in interpreting. When she’s not working, she enjoys camping, hiking, and spending time with her family.