“Life is complex and at some point nearly everyone will be faced with feelings of overwhelming personal challenge. My philosophy involves client autonomy, active listening, and a casual approach to make therapy a conversation into self-discovery. I enjoy helping individuals gain insightful realizations through a client-centered, solution focused, cognitive behavioral methodology. Satisfying days of newfound happiness and relief from anguish are ahead."
Miranda received her Master of Social Work degree from Utah Valley University and is in residency for clinical licensure with Riverwoods Behavioral Health. Previously, Miranda has worked on the treatment team at the Utah State Hospital and has experience with Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). She specializes in working with individuals and couples suffering from anxiety, addiction, depression, and relationship issues.