Abigail Collings, CSW 

I believe that each person’s experience is unique and deserves a compassionate and empathetic approach. My goal is to create a safe and nurturing environment where you can explore and express your thoughts and feelings without judgment. I am committed to walking alongside you as we work together to accept and befriend difficult emotions, fostering greater self-understanding and resilience.

In our sessions, I utilize evidence-based practices tailored to your specific needs and circumstances. I prefer an eclectic approach, drawing from several modalities such as TF-CBT, EMDR, Mindfulness, and DBT. We may focus on recognizing and embracing your strengths while addressing obstacles that hinder your progress. I believe that through cultivating a sense of self-acceptance, you may be empowered to make meaningful change and work towards a more fulfilling and balanced life. 

With years of experience working with a diverse range of clients, I have had the privilege of helping individuals and families navigate anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, stress, identity / LGBTQ+ issues, and faith transitions. I am here to support you through life’s challenges, providing a space where you can heal, grow, and discover inner strengths. 

I work with individuals ages 14+

I currently accept Select Health, Cigna, PEHP, Regence Blue Cross and Self Pay Clients


Brennan Bellon, CMHCI

We all know how difficult life can be. It can be filled with many ups and downs. As a counselor, I want nothing more but to help individuals be able to grow through hard times. I believe that on the other side of any challenge is a stronger person. I can assist in helping you accept the difficulties and challenges of life, allowing yourself to step towards them rather than run away, and ultimately realize the full potential that you have. 

I believe in the core foundation as testified by Victor Frankl and Anne Frank, that all people are inherently good and have goodness within them. Through the goodness and values that we all have, we can use those values to help us accept and meet the challenges of life head on. Stepping towards challenges gives us the feeling of living a full and meaningful life. I follow the tenets of psychologist Dr. Carl Rogers who emphasized the importance of “unconditional positive regard” which means that I will never judge anyone and want to create a safe place for difficult emotions to be expressed. Through a strong and trusting relationship, together we can address and navigate the deepest of challenges. We are all in this journey together and I believe building relationships through expressing empathy, compassion, and understanding are key to helping individuals heal and change. 

I am currently a student at Utah Valley University enrolled in their Clinical Mental Health Masters Program. I obtained my undergraduate from Utah Valley University in psychology and business management. Seeing the growth and change in other people is the reason why I do this type of work. Knowing that I am making a difference gives a feeling like nothing else in the world. I work with children, teenagers, and adults. 


Lizzy Palmatier, CMHCI

“Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.”

Neil Gaiman 

Lizzy believes that therapy should be a personalized and empowering experience that teaches individuals to become masters of their own fates. Her counseling identity prioritizes having unconditional positive regard for the client while encouraging the client to mold a happier and healthier life for themselves. 

Prior to working in the counseling field; Lizzy has worked as a music teacher – specializing in children and adolescents with behavioral challenges and physical disabilities, as a foster care recruitment specialist, specializing in the training and certification of foster parents, and as an academic coach for at risk teens and adults who had dropped out of high school. 

Accepts self pay and select insurance: Select Health, Cigna and PEHP