Tina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered Play Therapist, with a graduate degree from the University of Utah as a Master of Social Work. She has dedicated her career to helping individuals and families reach their highest potential. She began her service career in 1994 as a Guardian ad Litem for the state of Idaho and has since worked with children in the child protection system, adults with severe and persistent mental illness, and children, individuals, and families, ages 3 and up, as a mental health clinician. She currently works for Four Points Community Health Center and the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah, in Cedar City, as a mental health clinician and family services manager. She is trained and certified as a Registered Play Therapist and is trained and skilled in EMDR, DBT, and CBT, with a special interest in expressive techniques to enrich the therapeutic environment. Tina was born and raised in the beauty of Southern Utah and enjoys spending time in the surrounding mountains with her husband, their sons, and beautiful grandchildren.