Chris interviews two therapists—Briana Petters and Troy Leishman—and they chat about self-care and mental health. They respond to listener-submitted questions/discussions about healthy conflict, emotional intimacy, faith crisis, and dealing with isolation/shame.
Briana has had a passion for defending the defenseless for as long as she can remember. She studied Psychology during her undergrad at Brigham Young University and then got her MSW (concentrating on Mental Health but also developing a background in Forensic Social Work) from the University of Utah. She works from a humanistic perspective, focusing on ACT, mind-body bridging, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness therapeutic practices. She has worked with trauma, PTSD, LGBTQ, veterans, spiritual transitions, autism spectrum, and substance abuse among other populations.
Troy is a Clinical Mental Health Therapist and provides mental health services at Encircle through Flourish Counseling Services in Provo and also through Advanced Awareness in Sandy. You can find out more about Encircle at encircletogether.org; find out more about Advanced Awareness at advancedawarenesscounseling.com; contact Troy for counseling services at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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