Rebecca Criddle is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a master’s degree from Brigham Young University and bachelor’s degree in Human Development from University of Utah. Her passion is to help her clients grow and develop to overcome challenges in their lives and is truly invested in helping her clients best create positive outcomes and healing. As an experienced family therapist, she has worked in a variety of mental health settings with client’s working to overcome trauma, attachment and relational difficulties, depression, substance abuse, addiction, suicidal ideation, processing/developmental delays, and anxiety. Rebecca uses a strengths-based perspective and works to create a warm supportive environment where the process of change can be supported. She has worked with teens and young adults navigating difficult challenges and believes that change occurs best in the context of the family system, while encouraging the process of personal development and differentiation. Rebecca has spent time developing advanced study of DBT and EFT and has advanced training in family and relational therapy. Rebecca loves exploring, meeting new people, and traveling with her husband and two daughters. She also loves learning, reading, gardening, interior design, and is currently trying to learn to make homemade bread.