Kevin Madsen, LCSW
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.
Korilynn Bartley, CMHC
Korilynn is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CMHC) in the State of Utah. Additionally, she is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), which means she's met the highest national standards for the practice of counseling. Her educational background includes a Master's Degree in Counseling from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Utah. Prior to working as a counselor, she spent 20 years utilizing her love for helping others through developing training and performance programs within the healthcare and IT industries.
She is experienced in treating individuals and couples, and in facilitating groups. She has treated individuals and couples that face Depression, Anxiety, Dissociation, Somatic Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Betrayal Trauma. Korilynn specialized training consists of treating acute trauma and complex trauma through applying trauma sensitive approaches in addressing mind-body reactivity and resiliency, and the human needs for attachment and connection. Korilynn is Certified in Eye Movemenet Desensitization Reprocessing.
Sandra Killebrew, AMFT
Sandra Killebrew, AMFT graduated with her Master's in Counseling with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas. She developed a love for the outdoors through her own experiences hiking and backpacking. This passion propelled her to move to Utah to work in wildnerness therapy, combining her two passions: the outdoors and therapy.
Sandra's training is in Internal Family Systems. She likes teasing apart the internal voices we hear and our psychological complexity to understand our programmed responses of being in the world. Her emphasis is on self-awareness and meaning making as a gateway to lasting peace and well-being. She loves working with couples and families because she believes that we wound, are wounded and heal in relationships. Sandra also enjoys working with youth ages 5 and up. She utilizess Play Therapy, Sandbox Therapy, Art Therapy, and Bibliotherapy with her children clients. For her, counseling is about bringing people together and into greater relationships with each other and themselves. Her favorite memories in counseling are those filled with the expressions of love and appreciation toward one another, as well as the acknowledgement of hard times.
Alex Jensen, CSW
Alexandra Jensen is a Certified Social Worker (CSW). She graduated from the University of Southern California, school of Social Work with an MSW. Alex has worked in a variety of therapeutic settings such as: Brighton Home and Health and Hospice as a Hospice Social Worker, YWCA as an Intake Therapist and Access Recovery as an Intake Specialist for Drug Treatment programs. Alex has experience working in Home Based Community Settings to asssist individuals with accessing services in their communities. These professional opportunities have allowed Alex to utilize her social work skills with diverse populations and tailor care to meet client needs.
Alex collaberates with clients to create effective intervention plans, utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, DBT, Solution-Based Therapy and Motivational Interviewing techniques. She specializes in working with adults who are experiencing Mood Disorders, PTSD, OCD and Anxiety.
Alex enjoys reading, spending time with her family, traveling and painting kindness rocks to hide in the community.
Carra Ward, ACMHC
Carra Ward recieved her Master's of Clinical Mental Health Therapy from Grand Candyon Univeristy in Phoenix, Arizona. Carra enjoyed working as a therapsit for many years in a vareity of therapeutic environments as well as working with generations from youth to geriatric. Carra specializes in working with at-risk youth, marriage, family and individuals with trauma, depression, anxiety, domestic violence and eating disorders. Carra is a big proponent of CPT, EMDR, IFS, Mindfulness and Narrative Therapy to help meet her clients where they are at. She believes in working with her clients to find the right therapy and direction.
Carra enjoys listening to her clients individual stories, the triumps as well as hardships. She meets her clients on their path of life and helps them to find joy, gratitude and solice along the way.
Carra loves the outdoors and claims being in the water is best; whether a lake, pool or ocean, "Just let me be in it." She really enjoys spending time with her family which includes three children and two dogs, she is unsure which one requires more attention.