September marks Suicide Prevention Month, dedicated to increasing awareness and fostering conversations about the often taboo subject of suicide. During this month, our goal is not only to change how society views this issue but also to disseminate essential information and instill hope among those impacted by suicide. Click the link below for a helpful video made by the Mayo Clinic.
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Collette Dawson, LCSW
Collette is an experienced therapist and CEO for The Green House Center. Collette earned her Master of Social Work Degree from Brigham Young University. Partnering with Guerry and Elsebeth Green, Collette was a founder of The Green House Center, fulfilling her lifelong desire to help others heal from trauma and find their purpose in life.
Collette's knowledge and love of Mindfulness, Attachment, Shame Resilience, and Relationship principles help clients reach their goals. Collette utilizes her skills in EMDR, EFT, DBT, Art Therapy, and Neurological Biofeedback, as she helps individuals and families.
Elsebeth Green, LCSW
Elsebeth has a Master of Social Work Degree from BYU and has worked with children and families for the last 20 years and specializes in relationships, attachment, and trauma.
She has worked at the Division of Child and Family Services as a family preservation worker and supervisor, at the Youth and Family-Centered Services as their Family Services Director, and the Utah Foster Care Foundation, where she trained foster and adoptive families for Western Region, and at Family Support and Treatment as a therapist.
Finally, in 2004, along with her husband, Guerry, and business partner, Collette, she opened The Green House Center for Growth and Learning. She uses a variety of modalities including EMDR, play therapy, sand tray, and art therapy, as well as traditional CBT techniques
Guerry Green, LCSW
With a Master of Social Work Degree from BYU, Guerry Green specializes in the dynamics of addiction as it impacts relationships and attachment within family systems. Guerry has worked with the Division of Child and Family Services as a family preservation worker and child protective services worker, and he was the Adult Clinical Director at The Gathering Place before he became co-owner of The Green House Center in the fall of 2004.
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