Through Hayley’s experience treating sexual and substance addictions, she understands the significance a safe, nonjudgmental environment holds in an individual’s recovery journey. Hayley’s interactions with clients are guided by motivational interviewing concepts that aim to encourage an accepting, compassionate partnership. She has found this approach to be helpful when implementing various modalities—Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and experiential therapies—in an effort to educate and empower clients on their journey to hope and healing.
Hayley has a bachelor’s degree in Family, Consumer, and Human Development from Utah State University, and a master’s degree in Social Work from Brigham Young University. She has worked and volunteered for various agencies targeting issues such as domestic violence, sexual assault, substance use, sexual addiction, betrayal trauma, child abuse and neglect, and mental health issues including depression and anxiety. She has clinical experience working in residential, intensive outpatient, and outpatient settings with client ages ranging from adolescence to late adulthood.
Hayley enjoys reading, eating Thai food, and spending time outside with her family.