Holistic Elements Mental Health Therapy

Mental Health Therapists



Clinical Director

TJ Grow, LCMHC (Clinical Mental Health Counselor) created Holistic Elements because she saw a need to interweave holistic approaches with tradional therapeutic techniques to empower clients to be actively engaged in their mental heatlh. She has 20-years of experience providing Mental Health Therapy. TJ aspires to have a well-rounded, "wrap-around" approach that treats the mind, body and spirit. 

TJ Interweaves Evidence-Based Therapeutic Modalities like: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitiztion Reprocessing (EMDR), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing, etc. with holistic elements like: Meditation, Yoga, Mineral Oils, Diet and more.  She wants to educate people on research so they can make decisions that enhance their mental health. Clients of Holisitic Elements become empowered with knowledge, which allows them to start managing their mental health by becoming actively engaged in it. 

Kevin Madsen, LCSW

Clinical Team Supervisor

Kevin Madsen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW).  He earned his Master's in Social Work from the University of Utah.  Kevin has experience working across the continuum of care from residential, structured day treatment, intensive outpatient and general outpatient settings.  He has provided treatment for people who have PTSD, Substance Abuse, Depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Anxiety, Life Stress, Grief and Loss, Relationship Issues and Family Dynamics.  He also enjoys working with the LGBTQ community.  

Kevin takes an integrative approach, meeting people where they are at and focusing with Experiental, Emotion Focused, DBT, ACT, Mindfulness, Psychodynamic and Person Centered approaches to best support change and healing.  He is trained in Eye Movement Desnsitization Reprocessing (EMDR) to help facilitiate healing from various life upsets and traumatic events.  Kevin believes every life matters and all deserve to experience well-being.  He meets those he works with with acceptance and compassion.  He helps people increase awareness exploring their authentic self, create meaning in their lives, tune into their emotions, and find the relationship in therapy paramount for processing and healing.  

Elane de Vos, PhD, CMHC

Elane de Vos, Ph.D, is Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor.  She completed her internship at the University of Utah.  Elane completed her Master's in Psychology from the University of Pretoria in South Africa.  After relocating to the United States, she completed her Doctorate in Psychology with a Jungian specialization through Saybrook Univerisity.  

Elane uses a Psychodynamic lens to help her clients explore the unconscious patterns that influence their behavior.  She enjoys working with clients of all ages.  Elane specializes in times of transition, such as adolescents, midlife and grief.  In her sessions, she utliizes modalities such as dream analysis, active imagination and mindfulness.  

Melanie Turner, CSW

Melanie Turner is a Clinical Social Worker. Melanie Turner, CSW (Certified Social Worker) graduated with her Master of Social Work (MSW) from Appalachian State University in North Carolina with a cross-concentration between macro social work within communities and organizations and clinical social work, focusing on individuals and families. Melanie has had extensive experience working with trauma, domestic and interpersonal violence, LGBTQIA+, multicultural, and neurodivergent clients throughout her graduate internship as Graduate Assistant over the Appalachian State University Women’s Center and in her previous position as an Associate Field and Wilderness Therapist for adolescents. Melanie utilizes empowering, empathetic communication with strengths-based and client-centered interviewing approaches. She incorporates holistic, evidence-based therapeutic modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Exposure Therapy, Individual Integrative Psychotherapy, and nutrition and exercise. Melanie works alongside clients throughout the creation and implementation of personalized treatment plans that offer structured interventions and assist to create a greater self-acceptance, promoting both immediate and long-term change. Melanie grew up at the beaches and in the mountains of North Carolina and her love of nature has enhanced her life ever since - something she loves to share with others every chance she gets! Her love of family, friends, community, and animals (especially her dog, Lennon, and her cat, Ringo) keep her motivated and passionate throughout the ups and downs life throws her way. She loves traveling and exploring, but is just as content spending time in her local community and at home with her pets and loved on

Heidi Pace, ACMHC

Heidi Pace, ACMHC has been providing mental health therapy for 3 years.  She completed her Bachelor's degree in Marriage and Family Studies at Brigham Young University in Idaho and a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at National Louis University.  She is currently an Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor (A.C.M.H.C.), working toward her hours for full licensure. 

  Heidi has completed the following advanced trainings: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness based on Stress Reduction, Internal Family Systems and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (E.M.D.R.)

During her time in the field she has gained a significant amount of experience working with various populations.  She enjoys working with teens, mom's, women, kids and couples.  Heidi has worked in residential treatment teens, Death and Bereavement centers for young children and their parents.  Additionally, Heidi specializes in working with Trauma, Substance use/addiction.  She is passionate about conducting play therapy with children, ages 3 and older.  Furthermore, Heidi loves helping people heal from Domestic Violence.  Heidi has a special love for working with people of the LGBTQ+ population.

Heidi believes that healing takes place within the therapeutic relationship.  "Once the relationship is secure and safe, the client can begin to open up and heal."

In her spare time, Heidi enjoys being outdoors, hiking, running, listening to music, hiking, reading and creating art. 

Lizzie Bosen, CSW

Lizzie Bosen, CSW

First, and foremost, I respect animals, the planet, people and believe in social justice for all.  I have always been interested in health and well-being, including preventing and alleviating suffering, taking a trauma focused, evidence-based holistic approach.  I am also a trauma survivor, including losing my mother at a young age due to domestic violence, so "I know what its like."  Once I honed in on my values, talents and passions, I went back to college and graduated with Honors in Psychology from CSUN in 2017, and then got my Master's in Social Work from the Universtiy of Denver in 2020.  In 2021, I began working at Holistic Elements, and earned my Clinical Social Work license.  I am so lucky to be continuing to work with so many talented and kind people!

I am currently working on my LCSW and continue to improve and expand my clinical knowledge, skills, talents, approaches and techniques.  My specialties include working with pre-teens to older adult individuals, especially individuals made vulnerable, experiencing PTSD (single incident, developmental trauma), depression, anxiety, OCD, BDD/body image issues, substance abuse disorders and difficult life transitions.  I utlize client-centered, evidence-based practices such as: CBT, CPT,MB-CT, DBT, ACT, Exposure Therapy, EMDR, Interpersonal therapy, supportive, psychodynamic therapy, Mindfulness/MM Therapy, while interweaving foundational self-care, poly vagal breathing techniques, essential oils, yoga, meditation, and other eastern-based holistic approaches.  Please reach out to our amazing office staff to set up a Diagnostic Assessment, and we will see if we are a good fit for eachother.  Be Well!


Douglas Hatch, CSW

Douglas is a Certified Social Worker (CSW). He received a Master's in Social Work from the University of Utah. He specializes in treating War Veterans.  Doug is experienced in treating people with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury, Depression, Anxiety, Panic Disorder and Substance use and abuse related issues.
Douglas focuses on creating a safe, non judgmental environment to facilitate personal exploration and growth towards meeting needs and aspirations in life. He works in collaboration with clients to develop treatment approaches that respect each individual's desired therapeutic goals using evidence-based approaches such as:  Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. 

Dave Falck, ACMHC

Dave Falck is an Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Utah, and Master’s degree from Argosy University.

Dave has experience working with substance abuse, depression, behavioral addictions, anxiety, compulsive behaviors, and PTSD. He uses CBT, ACT, Motivational Interviewing, and Person Centered modalities to facilitate mental healing, growth, and development.

Dave finds that healing and growth are most likely to happen in therapy when there exists an environment of trust, respect, and compassion.

Rebecca Nay, CSW

Rebecca Nay, CSW received her Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Utah.  She enjoys working with children and adults.  Rebecca is a trauma-informed therapist.  A bulk of  her clinical experience involves helping clients gain and maintain sobriety.  As an out and proud transgender woman, she brings a plethora of life experience into this field which has taught her how to connect with other human beings on a personal level so they can feel safe while working with her.  That feeling of safety is critical in order to help clients connect with their trauma so they can start healing.  You have to "feel it, to heal it" is one of her favorite mantras.  As a survivor of PTSD herself, she understands how trauma can impact lives on so many levels which fules her passion for this work.  


Krista Buda, CSW

Krista Buda is a Certified Social Worker who is trained in a variety of modalities to treat the mind, body and spirit.  These therapeutic modalities include, but are not limited to, EMDR, Nutrition, CBT, ACT and Person Centered.   I believe everyone needs a good foundation to start with, which includes good nutrition, exercise, meditation/yoga and great sleep.  I have experience working with a variety of populations ranging from children to the elderly.  I have worked in three different countries with survivors of sex trafficking.  My passion is helping survivors heal and find happiness.  I enjoy helping people explore their identities and alternative lifestyles such as LGBTQIA+, polyamorous couples and the integration of medicinal experiences into people's journey.  

Krista is also passionate about helping people overcome anxiety, depression, panic to lead the life they find most fulfilling. 

Krista is in a doctorate program in Integrative Psychotherapy. 


River Barry, ACMHC

River Barry is an Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor who believes that all aspects of the mind, body and spirit are essential for healing.  River utilizes a strengh-based, trauma-informed lens when working with clients.  She believes her ciients can utlize their own strengths to overcome challenges and she works together with clients to help them harness their strengths.  Her approach is collaberative and eclectic, utlilizing practices that meet client's unique, individualized needs.  She finds passion in the integration of talk therapy approaches with  experiential forms of processing.  River utlizes art therapy, play therapy, role playing, mindfulness techniques, and any other form of processing that will aid in working through challenges and healing.  When River is not at work, she enjoys being in nature, doing art and rock climbing.