Siera Heaton, LAMFT
I love Marriage and Family Therapy, whether I’m working with a whole family system, a couple, or one on one with individual clients, I love it all. I feel extremely blessed to be allowed to be a part of the healing process for individuals and families. I began to fall in love with the world of therapy while I was working at a Residential Treatment Center for adolescents during my years at Brigham Young University, where I received a bachelor’s degree in Family Life. I later completed my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy through Touro University.
I have always had a deep love for the outdoors and believe a little time in the dirt and a little movement can go a long way to help in one’s healing. My goal as a therapist is to help clients feel whole and to connect with the wisdom that is already inside of them. As Fredrich Nietzsche puts it, “There is more wisdom in your body than in your deepest philosophy.” My belief in these things deepened through my work as a yoga and meditation teacher, being part of a sexual mindfulness research team, as well as my time as a wilderness therapy guide. My favorite moments in life are those I get to spend exploring the deserts of Southern Utah with my family and laughing at their jokes.