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Our office is located in the Yorktown Building in the beautiful Jamestown Square office complex in Provo, Utah. We are about 1.5 miles north of LaVell Edwards stadium and 1.5 miles south of the Riverwoods area.

Jennifer Morrill, PhD

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Morrill is the owner and founder of Utah Psychological Associates, LLC. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Human Development from the University of California, Riverside campus, and then moved to Utah where she earned her Master’s degree in Psychology from BYU and her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Utah. Dr. Morrill has worked in the mental health field since 1999 and has been a licensed Clinical Psychologist since 2006. Her work settings have afforded her a variety of clinical and assessment experiences, and have included Primary Children’s Medical Center, the University of Utah Counseling Center and Disability Resource Center, Salt Lake Community College Skills Center, University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute, Utah State Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, and Provo Canyon School. Dr. Morrill currently works full-time with the Psychology Department at the Utah State Hospital in Provo. In her capacity with Utah Psychological Associates she works primarily with adolescent patients, and with presenting problems including depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma, attachment disorders, pain management, and illness and disability issues. She also performs psychological evaluations for a variety of purposes.

Dr. Morrill was born and raised in Southern California, but often spent summers and holidays in Utah with extended family. As an adult she moved to Utah to attend graduate school and, while she could live without the snow, is proud to call Utah home. She believes her career path has largely been shaped by her own experiences of living with a chronic illness and disability since she was a toddler. In her free time Dr. Morrill enjoys reading, crafting, watching college and NBA basketball, and spending time with family and friends.

Jeness Woodard, MSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Jeness received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology followed by a Master’s in Social Work at The Ohio State University in 2010. She completed graduate internships with the juvenile court systems in two counties, working with youth with mental health concerns and their families. She has worked with youth in the school setting providing behavioral and mental health interventions. After moving to Utah in 2011, she worked both as a case manager and therapist for DCFS. Jeness has experience with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Person Centered skills with clients experiencing a variety of mood and anxiety disorders. She currently works for the University of Utah on the transplant team. She loves working with people as they strive to reach goals.

Jeness is from Idaho and has lived all over the US. She enjoys spending time with friends, reading, sewing and crocheting.
 

Susan Walley, MSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Susan received her Bachelors in Sociology from BYU in 1997 and her Master’s degree in Social Work at BYU in 2005. She worked at the Utah State Hospital following graduation and then accepted a position working for the military at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. While there she became a certified EMDR practitioner to treat PTSD in soldiers returning from combat. Additionally, Susan worked with military family members and families, providing marriage counseling, PTSD interventions from non-combat trauma, and treatment for mood disorders, domestic violence, and severe mental illness. While in Virginia, Susan also developed a day treatment program for patients discharged from a community mental health hospitalization. She concurrently had a private practice that included referrals from LDS Family Services based in Richmond, Virginia. Since returning to Utah in 2013, Susan resumed her work at the Utah State Hospital and is now a part-time therapist with Chrysalis, providing group and individual therapy for individuals with intellectual disabilities. 

Susan loves to travel and is an avid collector of antiques. She loves being a grandmother and has an amusing beagle named Winnie. 

Patty Weaver, MSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Patty Weaver is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who works with clients ages 10 and up.  She believes that people are capable of creating the life that they want, and that they have resiliency and abilities to discover.  Patty counsels people with depression, anxiety, personality disorders, substance misuse, and relationship concerns.  She uses a variety of modalities including ACT, CBT, DBT, TF-CBT and Social Skills in order to tailor a client-centered plan of treatment. She also does family and couples counseling.  Patty has 12 years of experience working with teens and young adults in residential, inpatient, and outpatient settings as well as substance abuse specific treatment.  She received her Master of Social Work Degree from the University of Utah, and her Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science from Utah Valley University. 

Patty has 4 children, 3 dogs, 2 cats and 1 husband. She currently works full time at the Utah State Hospital in Provo.  Patty uses her spare time to play softball and volleyball because she is a big believer in self-care. 

Shaun Fesler, MHC

Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Jarom Ball, MFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Jacob Lopez, MHC

Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor