Meet Our Team

Jacob Hunsaker,


Jacob has been a practicing mental health therapist for the past 9 years.  He completed his master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2015.  Jacob has also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.  Jacob has earned all three of his degrees from Utah State University (Go Aggies!).  Jacob is currently pursuing a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree specializing as a psychiatric and mental health nurse practitioner, from Rush University.  Jacob's practice interests include working with families and illness, depression, anxiety, trauma, and psychosis.  Jacob takes a holistic, outcome-based approach to help clients move toward self-leadership and strong interpersonal relationships.  Jacob and his wife Olivia married in 2008 in Logan, UT.  Together they enjoy traveling, camping, and discovering new adventures with their four young children.  Jacob's personal hobbies include listening to audio books, chess, cycling, and fly fishing.

Christine Conrado,


Christine graduated from Utah State University with a Master of Social Work Degree. With a strong foundation in social work and a compassionate approach, Christine specializes in helping individuals with anxiety and trauma-related disorders, empowering them to overcome their challenges and foster resilience. Her therapeutic interests also encompass mindfulness-based interventions and techniques for self-empowerment. When she is not working with clients, Christine enjoys exploring the great outdoors, hiking the picturesque trails of Utah, and immersing herself in psychology and personal growth literature. Committed to the transformative power of therapy, Christine is excited to support you on your path to healing and self-discovery.

Andrea Gomez,


Andrea graduated from Utah State University  with her master's degree in Social Work. She has also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and a minor in Behavioral Health at Utah State University. She hopes to earn her doctorate degree in the future. Andrea has experience working with individuals of all ages and different backgrounds. However, in the past two years, she has had the privilege of working with children, adolescents, and families. She has experience working with individuals who have experienced trauma, anxiety, depression, psychosis, and mania. Andrea hopes to be a part of an individual's healing journey by using a client-centered and strength-based approaches. When Andrea is not working with clients she enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Her hobbies are spending time outdoors, traveling, and learning. 

Megan Andersen,


Megan graduated from Utah State University with her master’s degree in Social Work. She earned her bachelor’s degree in 2007 in Recreation Therapy from Utah State University. She worked as a Recreation Therapist with kids and adults with mental illness for 15 years prior to returning to school to become a therapist. She completed two years of practicum work working with men struggling with compulsive sexual behaviors such as pornography and sexual offending. She specializes in treating compulsive sexual behaviors and betrayal trauma in partners of those with compulsive sexual behaviors; however, she is comfortable with and has experience working with many ages and issues. Megan has a lot of personal experience with the struggles life can offer and overcoming adversity, and as a result, really “knows what it is like” to have a hard time and to battle for recovery. Some of her strengths include her ability to quickly help others feel safe and at ease with her calm and peaceful presence, her sense of humor, and her positive yet realistic attitude. She sees the good in everyone and practices without judgment. She uses an eclectic person-centered approach and loves teaching clients about boundaries, negative core beliefs, codependency, shame resilience, and the neurobiology of trauma and

addiction. She is married and has 2 children she adores. Her hobbies include gardening, reading, sewing/crafting, the outdoors, and baking.

Candice Hall,


Candice graduated with a master’s degree in Social Work from Utah State University. She has spent the last two years working with individuals who have experienced anxiety, depression, acute and chronic illness, infertility concerns, and grief and loss. Candice uses a cognitive behavioral therapy and strengths-based approach to help clients find strategies and coping skills to find relief and work toward their goals. Candice has experience working in the emergency department and is well connected with medical and community resources. Candice believes that every person has a story to tell and telling that story is in important part of starting the healing process. She believes that we are so much more than our struggles. In her spare time Candice loves to read, attend live theater, and spend time with family and friends.

Becky Earl,


Hello, I'm Becky Earl, a dedicated and empathetic Certified Social Worker with a profound commitment to supporting individuals through life's challenges. I hold a Master's degree in Social Work (MSW) from Utah State University. My education and experience have equipped me with the skills and insights necessary to provide holistic and person-centered care. Life is full of changes, and I am dedicated to helping individuals navigate the intricacies of significant transitions. Whether it's the joyful arrival of a new life, the grief associated with loss, or the exploration of changing faith perspectives, I provide a safe haven where people can express their emotions, gain insights, and develop coping strategies. With a warm and compassionate approach, I have spent the last 2 years specializing in working with teens, their families and working with individuals navigating the complexities of acute and chronic illness. My therapeutic approach is grounded in empathy, active listening, and building a strong therapeutic alliance. I believe that everyone’s journey is unique, and I tailor my approach to meet their specific needs. I integrate evidence-based techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Narrative Therapy, and Strengths-Based approaches to empower my clients in finding their inner resilience. My passion for this work is driven by a deep belief in the human capacity for growth and healing. I am committed to fostering an environment where individuals feel heard, understood, and empowered to embrace change and transformation. I view each client's journey as a collaborative endeavor, and I feel honored to play a role in their path towards greater well-being. When I'm not in the therapy room, I enjoy spending time outdoors, practicing mindfulness, and enjoying time with family and friends.

Madi Davis,


Madi Davis, CSW Graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Master of Social Work degree. Madi brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her practice. With a focus on evidence-based practices and trauma-informed care, Madi provides a safe and nurturing environment for her clients to explore their experiences and embark on a journey of healing. Using techniques such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based interventions, and somatic experiencing, she helps individuals process trauma, build coping skills, and foster resilience. Committed to ongoing professional development, Madi stays informed of the latest research and best practices in trauma treatment. With empathy, respect, and cultural sensitivity, she tailors her interventions to meet the unique needs of each client. Whether you're navigating past trauma, anxiety, depression, or other mental health challenges, Madi is dedicated to supporting you on your path to healing and recovery. Take the first step towards a brighter future and reach out to Madi today.

Cody Cox,


Cody graduated with a Master of  Science degree specializing in clinical mental health counseling from Prescott College. Cody is a dedicated mental health therapist with a unique approach to healing. Specializing in traditional talk therapy while incorporating nutrition, Cody offers holistic support to his clients on their journey towards mental and emotional wellness. With a passion for both mental health and nutrition, Cody brings a comprehensive understanding of the mind-body connection to his practice. He holds a deep belief in the power of addressing both psychological and physiological aspects of well-being to achieve lasting results. Cody's therapeutic approach combines evidence-based techniques with personalized nutrition guidance tailored to each client's needs. Cody empowers individuals to make positive lifestyle changes that enhance their mental health and overall quality of life. Whether you're struggling with anxiety, depression, or simply seeking to improve your well-being, Cody is here to provide compassionate support and practical strategies for holistic healing. Take the first step towards a healthier, happier life and reach out to Cody today.

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