Stephanie Chamberlain, M.S.W., L.C.S.W.
Stephanie Chamberlain has been working with adolescents, young adults, and families since 2012 in residential treatment, wilderness therapy programs, outpatient settings, and youth crisis services. She attended University of Utah where she earned her Bachelor degree in Social Work. After a few years of working with struggling adolescents in wilderness therapy, Stephanie was ready to delve deeper into the area of mental health and to learn more about the personal impact mental health issues can have on people’s lives. Stephanie went on to get her master's of Social Work degree at The University of Utah.
Stephanie’s professional expertise includes the following mental health areas: treating chemical dependency issues, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, family conflict, and self-harm. Stephanie has had training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. Because of her passion and genuinely warm-hearted approach to therapy, Stephanie is easily able to build rapport and trust with her clients.
Stephanie believes in constructing a creative, yet challenging and motivating space for students to explore their core issues and strengths. She aid her clients in adapting and developing coping skills to aid in recovery, to practice emotional identification and regulation, and to repair and strengthen healthy relationships with family and peers. Stephanie strives to enrich and empower the lives of her clients and their families for long-term success.
Stephanie is an avid snowboarder, mountain biker, and back-country explorer, she also enjoys creating and admiring art, hiking with her dog Lewis, and all things outdoors.