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Clinical Staff

Holly Mckay, Practicum / Intern Supervisor, LCSW

My name is Holly McKay, LCSW. I am the Practicum/Intern Supervisor for Family Counseling Services of Northern Utah. I completed my Bachelors degree from Weber State University, and my master's degree from the University of Utah. I graduated with high honors, and was nominated as the 2006-2007 student of the year award, and was the recipient of the James Garland Woolsey award in 2013. My experience involves working as a Practicum/ Intern supervisor, providing therapy services for those experiencing depression, anxiety, grief, PTSD, and working in home health/hospice services. I use evidence-based practices to treat my clients. I aim to provide a space that promotes empowerment and healing, while encouraging self-determination.

Leigh Martin, LMFT 

Techniques can be helpful, but "it's the relationship that heals." ~ Irvin Yalom, M.D. 

"It's the relationship that heals.” This is a quote by Irvin Yalom, M.D., a renowned psychotherapist who saw that more important than any particular technique is the quality of the therapeutic relationship. I agree. While I regularly teach techniques to manage symptoms of distress, I believe that true growth and healing come from an empathic, honest and transparent relationship with another human being. Underneath the umbrella of a compassionate relationship, I utilize different approaches depending on the developmental age of the client and the presenting problem at hand. These therapeutic approaches include CBT, DBT,

Marcos Uboldi, LCSW 

Marcos is a current bi-lingual therapist here at FCS, and has been for several years. He is also a Hospice Social Worker full-time and enjoys both jobs very much. When Marcos is not working he is spending time with his family.

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