WE PROUDLY ANNOUNCE OUR NEWEST THERAPIST – JODI GUTIERREZ!
Jodi Gutierrez, CMHC is a licensed clinical mental health counselor who specializes in individual therapy, marriage and family counseling, and child therapy. Jodi’s passion is to bring hope and healing to each client through a non-judgmental, empathic approach with sensitivity and love. Her focus is to explore the origin of challenges, seek understanding, and guide individuals towards more insight, self-discovery, and resolution. She joined the practice in July 2019.
Shawn Michael Miller, PhD is a licensed psychologist located in Heber City, UT and owner of Solstice Counseling & Wellness. After growing up in New York, Dr. Miller moved West to explore his love of the mountains. He received his BS in Psychology from Colorado State University and his PhD in Counseling Psychology from Washington State University. After relocating to Utah for his professional internship, he decided he would like to make it home due to its outdoor diversity. He joined the practice of Brian J. Taracena, PsyD in December 2011 and started Solstice Counseling & Wellness in April 2013.
Christian H. Monson, PsyD joined Solstice Counseling & Wellness in October 2013. He received his BS in Psychology from Utah State University and his PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Indiana State University. During the past 12 years Dr. Monson has received training and has been employed by psychologists, mental health institutions and hospitals throughout the nation. Dr. Monson spent 6 years in Indiana where trained with a renowned psychologist in an ADHD diagnostic and treatment center, as well as the privilege to assist with a NIH funded research project exploring the effects of mindfulness on eating disorders. He then moved to Pennsylvania where he worked with physicians in a large hospital. This included pre-surgical mental health evaluations and working with a well-respected forensic psychiatrist. Before coming to Heber, he founded a psychological testing clinic in Idaho.
Our therapists serve clients in Wasatch and Summit counties along with neighboring communities in the Wasatch back.