Nic Hale, ACMHC (he, him)

BS in Marriage and Family Studies from Brigham Young University 2011.

Masters Degree in School Counseling from University of Phoenix 2014

Clinical Mental Health Counseling Certificate from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions 2023.

South Jordan office
Blue Cross, Select Health, PEHP, EMI, DMBA

My philosophy when it comes to therapy

is to always create a safe place for clients to be their true authentic self, or to help them discover their true authentic self. I generally practice from a person-centered approach. I believe this approach allows the client to have the space to reflect, learn, work, grow, change, and to develop positive self-regard for themselves and others. I believe that by giving clients this space, it also gives them the opportunity to reach, and work toward their fullest potential.

Because every situation and every person is different, I also draw upon several other approaches including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Attachment Theory & Family Systems Theory.

I started my psychological career at a youth treatment facility after graduating from Brigham Young University (in Marriage and Family Studies) in 2011. I received my Masters Degree in School Counseling in 2014. I practiced as a professional School Counselor for almost 10-years in the Jordan School District. While practicing as a professional School Counselor, I received a post-graduate certificate in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) in 2023. I am now a full-time associate licensed School Therapist in the Jordan School District. I also work with Mountain Valley Counseling to provide individual, teens, and families convenient and flexible times to do therapy in the evenings.

Because of my experience working as a middle school counselor for almost 10-years, I would say that my primary focus is with teenagers, but I have expanded my vocation to work with various individuals in all stages of life. This last year I completed my Clinical Mental Health Counseling Degree from Rocky Mountain University Health Professions.

It's my goal to help each client feel empathy, unconditional positive regard, authenticity, respect, and congruence in the therapeutic process. If we work together on these foundations above (Empathy, Non-Judgment, Authenticity, and Respect) I believe we will be able to create and build an effective individualized treatment plan just for you.