I'm here to help your:
Individuals (ages 5+)
- Anger Management
- Emotional Regulation Difficulties
- Interpersonal Concerns
- Self-love and Self-acceptance
- Body Image
- Eating Behaviors
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Brookelyn is a Social Worker who has lived in several different states, including Missouri, Michigan, Arizona, Utah, and California. Brookelyn and her husband recently moved to south Utah County and are loving it. She has immense love for dance and has personally trained and competed in ballet, jazz, modern, and ballroom dance. In her free time, Brookelyn loves to bake, play with her cats, and spend time outside with her family. She values spending time and making connections with both new and old friends.
Education and Work Experience:
Brookelyn Humpherys received her Bachelor's degree in Family Studies from Brigham Young University. She is currently completing her final year of her master’s degree in Social Work from Utah Valley University. Brookelyn has most recently worked as a District-wide Intern Social Worker for Nebo School District. There, she has been able to facilitate numerous therapy groups as well as work individually with children and adolescents on their mental health needs.
Brookelyn is passionate about helping individuals make positive changes that are within their control while helping them to cope with the difficult realities that are out of their control. She is driven to help children and teenagers who are struggling with anxiety, self-love, anger, communication, and other mental health challenges. Brookelyn deeply values the relationship she has with her clients and is willing to work creatively to enhance their well-being. Brookelyn uses several evidence-based therapeutic methods, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and client-centered approaches. Brookelyn enjoys adding elements of play and creativity when working with younger children to help them explore and understand their mental health.