All Kinds of News for September 13, 2017
Solstice West is excited to announce their new Primary Therapist Nicole Shewey, PsyD.
Nicole believes in coming alongside families and working collaboratively to restore relationships and empower young women. Therapeutically, she leans on empathic, relationship-based work that utilizes evidence-based practices to guide her clients through emotional pain. Nicole has been working with children and adolescents since 2006. She earned her undergraduate degree at Azusa Pacific University in Psychology and went on to earn her Master's degree and PsyD from Antioch University New England in Clinical Psychology. She also worked for two years as an in-home Applied Behavioral Analyst (ABA) therapist for children on the Autism Spectrum. Nicole is honored to specialize in emotional dysregulation issues, suicidal ideation, self-harm, ASD, and/or personality disorders. She is certified in Functional Family Therapy (FFT) by Western Youth Services and is certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT). Her graduate work and residency training focused on the use of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) with suicidal teens.
About Solstice West RTC
Solstice West RTC was founded in 2008 in Layton, UT. We serve females and transgender students aged 14-18 as a licensed residential treatment center focusing on complex diagnoses while using our clinicians' deep understanding of Trauma Based Therapy. As a clinically focused treatment provider, our clients receive individual, group and family therapy in conjunction with a variety of treatment modalities like Adventure Therapy and Equine Therapy program. All the different treatment modalities offered assist clients in learning new skills kinesthetically and get to their core problems quicker.