Tracy EllisPsychologist, PsyD
Dani SandersPsychologist, PhD
Brooke RobertsTherapist, CSW
Kat RoseTherapist, MSW, CSW
Laura Tingley McLaughlinTherapist, ACMHC
Nicole DixonTherapist, LCSW
Lyndy BarnardTherapist, LCSW
Dr. Tracy Ellis, Psy.D., is the Director of Resolutions Counseling Center. She is skilled in child and adolescent psychotherapy and provides comprehensive evidence-based interventions, including structured behavioral modification, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, social skills training, play therapy, educational and IEP planning and cognitive rehabilitation. Dr. Ellis completed her graduate degree at Midwestern University, Glendale, in Clinical Psychology. She received extensive training working with children and adolescents who struggle with mood disorders, behavioral problems, ADHD, and who are on the Autism Spectrum. Her pre-doctoral internship was completed at Brigham Young Counseling Center, where she treated adults with mood disorders, anxiety disorders including obsessive-compulsive disorder, and relationship issues. Her training included couples’ therapy, sex therapy, psychosocial and psychoeducational assessments, and group psychotherapy. She also has experience working with individuals who identify as LGBTQ.
Dr. Ellis’ approach to psychotherapy is largely influenced by the perceived quality of the client’s relationships and environment. She strongly believes people have an innate desire to fulfill their goals and strive for growth; however, if they are not provided a nourishing environment and enriching relationships, growth can be stunted. Further, Dr. Ellis’ treatment approach focuses on providing an environment and connection with the client that facilitates growth and instills hope. Dr. Ellis often incorporates family members when appropriate to provide comprehensive care. She works directly with clients and their loved ones to identify all the tools and resources needed to treat their condition and improve quality of life. Dr. Ellis truly enjoys working with her clients and utilizes a hands-on, holistic approach to client care.
Dr. Sanders enjoys and appreciates the unique culture and community of the Wasatch Front. She completed her undergraduate degree at Utah State University, and her graduate degree from Brigham Young University, in Clinical Psychology and neuropsychology. Her pre-doctoral internship was completed at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, in Miami, Florida, in the neuropsychology rotation. She then worked with adults for two years post-doctorally at Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital in Denver, Colorado, and Intermountain Medical Center’s Outpatient Rehabilitation department, in Murray, Utah. Dr. Sanders specializes in neuropsychological and psychological assessment, as well as therapy for depression, anxiety, and interpersonal problems in children and adults.
Brooke received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work with a Minor in Psychology from Weber State University. She received her Master of Social Work with a Forensic Concentration from the University of Utah. Brooke is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Brooke has experience working with the forensic population, including substance abuse and domestic violence. At Resolutions Counseling, Brooke works with children, adolescents, families, couples, and individuals. She specializes in depression, anxiety, trauma-related disorders, substance abuse, domestic violence, marital issues, personality disorders, among many others. Brooke works alongside her clients to empower them to find hope through their resiliency. Brooke incorporates a wide range of evidenced-based modalities to promote healthy relationships, effective coping skills, and balanced mental health. When Brooke is out of the office you can find her running, or spending time with her family and loved ones.
Kat strives to deliver an effective blend of experience, concern, and action to the counseling process. Additionally, empowering individuals, couples, and families to maximize outcomes and provide genuine healing and wholeness. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and her Master of Social Work with a Concentration in Child and Adolescents from Arizona State University.
Kat is trained in Cognitive Processing Therapy, Crisis Treatment Modalities, as well as Play Therapy. She specializes in child and adolescent issues and has experience working with all populations in domestic violence, trauma, personality disorders, substance abuse, identity issues, depression, anxiety, phobias, OCD, marital, and family conflict. Kat strongly believes in the power of the therapeutic partnership to help uncover the strengths and resources we all possess in order to bring about the changes we desire in our lives.
Laura Tingley McLaughlin
Laura received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from the University of Utah. She received her Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix. Laura has experience in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Play Therapy. Laura is skilled in working with children, teens, adults, and couples. She has experience working with Depression, Anxiety, Trauma-related disorders, Personality-disorders, among many others. Laura endeavors to provide a personalized approach to each individual with whom she works. She believes in working alongside an individual using their strengths to promote healing and wellbeing. Laura has a passion for utilizing art and other creative interventions to aid in the therapeutic process. When she isn’t working Laura enjoys spending time with her friends and family, reading, writing, and spoiling her two dogs.
Nicole Dixon is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received her Bachelor of Social Work from Weber State University and her Master of Social Work with an emphasis in Hispanic Culture from Our Lady of the Lake University. Nicole has experience working in the areas of child abuse and neglect, supervised visitation, the juvenile justice system, behavioral interventions, parenting education, drug treatment, medical social work, group therapy, individual therapy, and psychological assessments.
Nicole has a passion for working with all individuals from as young as 3 years old to elderly on a wide range of presenting concerns, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Mood Disorders, Relationship Distress, Behavioral Management, Interpersonal Conflict, Personal Wellness and Growth, PTSD, Sex Abuse (Victim), Domestic Violence, Grief and Loss, Diversity Conflicts, Religious/Spiritual Concerns, and LGBTQQI.
Nicole enjoys using a variety of therapeutic modalities and approaches in her work with children, adolescents, and adult clients. She has received training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, Positive Psychology, Feminist/Multicultural Counseling, Play Therapy, Art Therapy, Family System Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy.
Lyndy Barnard received her Bachelors degree in Social Work from Brigham Young University. She received her Masters degree in Social Work with an emphasis in Mental Health from California State University, East Bay. Lyndy has lived and worked in mental health in places including Oakland, CA, Nashville, TN and Salt Lake City, UT. Her professional experience includes expertise in crisis intervention, anxiety, depression, trauma, shame, self-esteem issues, and addiction. She has extensive experience working with a local EAP and utilizes solution focused therapy strategies. Further experience includes developing and providing trainings regarding mental health topics and leadership development. She enjoys working with adolescent and adult clients who are looking for knowledge, skill development, and resources to better cope with their current situation. She focuses on empowering clients to examine their strengths and abilities to become more resilient to their challenges. She uses cognitive behavioral strategies and mindfulness skills that help empower clients to feel capable of managing their life circumstances more effectively. In her free time Lyndy enjoys doing cross fit, running, singing, and spending time with her family.