The importance of working through adversity with a professional therapist is supported by numerous studies. The bottom line is that therapy works and, in fact, can be extremely effective.

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About Tracey

"Tracey K Smith (MSW LCSW) earned her undergraduate degree at Utah Valley University (Cum Laude) in Behavioral Science, then continued her education at the University of Utah. Since that time she has worked in a variety of positions including medical social work, private practice, corporate trainer and clinical director. However, her favorite part about being a mental health therapist is meeting new clients and empowering them with the tools they need to improve their lives. She uses a combination of evidence-based techniques including Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral, Motivational Interviewing, Solution focused, Existentialism and ACT. Tracey is especially passionate about couples counseling and troubled teens.

Personally, Tracey is the mother of six incredible human beings and the grandmother of almost 7 grandchildren. Married to her soulmate for almost 30 years, she appreciates the hard work that a long term relationship requires. Life may be challenging but does not have to be endured alone."


Tracey's practice is based on integrating these three principles 1) best available research evidence, 2) her clinical judgment and experience, and 3) client preferences and values.

Ethical Values

Tracey operates within a set of core values including service, social justice, the dignity and worth of a person, the importance of human relationships, integrity and competence.

Quality of Life

Tracey's practice is guided to change treatment in an effort to improve long-term behavioural outcomes that have a positive impact on the quality of a client's life.

Why You Should Call Tracey

Tracey believes in making full recovery the expected goal of any treatment program.







Sustained recovery and an improved quality of life are the expected goals of treatment.

Consistant Pursuit

Addressing the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual disturbances that cause an issue.

Emotional Control

Dealing with cravings, recognizing triggers, and dealing effectively with emotions.

We Always Try to Create a Difference in Your Life

As part of a larger initiative, Tracey is working to re-define recovery as a treatment outcome measure.
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