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Shaylee Jones

Shaylee Jones, LCSW

Everyone deserves to have a good quality of life and to have their fundamental human needs met.

I completed my undergraduate degree at Weber State University and earned my master’s degree in social work from Boise State University.

I believe that everyone deserves to have a good quality of life and to have their fundamental human needs met; but my personal and professional experience has exposed me to the numerous barriers people face to achieving this. I believe in taking a holistic, person-centered approach by supporting individuals from all walks of life in helping them overcome difficult barriers as we navigate this thing called life. Through the use of empowerment, respect, and compassion, my intention is to collaboratively help strengthen your autonomy by utilizing your expertise of your lived experiences to help fulfill your own potential.

I have extensive personal, paid and voluntary experience of supporting individuals (adults and adolescents) and families from diverse backgrounds. My experience includes collectively working with individuals to explore various mental health barriers, addiction, relationship issues, grief/loss, trauma, life adjustments, and crisis. By working together, there is opportunity to make a profound difference in your life by learning new ways to obtain the needed tools to effectively manage difficult life stressors.

Social Work is a field that suits my strengths, interests, and professional approach to working; as well as one that affords the opportunity for continuous personal growth and development. I have always had a genuine desire and passion to help others create positive change within their lives regardless of how small or significant it may be. I understand how important it is to have safe place to be heard and would be pleased to help support you along your journey to personal wellness.

My Specialties Include

  • Anxiety

  • Coping Skills

  • Depression

  • Relationship Issues

  • Self Esteem

  • Stress

  • Trauma and PTSD

  • Addictions

  • Life Adjustments

  • Grief/Loss

  • Crisis

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