Paige Leibert

MFT Intern

Paige Leibert

MFT Intern

Paige is passionate about helping individuals, couples, and families work through the many challenges life brings to create their best life.

Paige Leibert is a Marriage and Family Therapy Intern currently enrolled at Capella University and is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology, with the highest honors, while conducting research focused on the impact that a father’s emotional regulation, childhood trauma, and parenting style have on a child’s behavior.

Paige's extensive professional experience in the medical and behavioral health fields, along with her volunteer work at an early childhood mental health center, fuels her commitment to helping families thrive. Recognizing the profound impact therapy can have on families facing challenging times, she is committed to creating a supportive and non-judgmental environment where clients can explore their family histories and current interactions. Paige is passionate about helping individuals, couples, and families work through the many challenges life brings to create their best life.

Paige believes in the potential for long-term, meaningful change by addressing the many aspects of a client’s issue and recognizes that our past experiences shape who we are today. By understanding our family’s emotional patterns, we can make thoughtful changes that lead to healthier and more fulfilling relationships. While it can be tough, once we take the steps to look deeper at ourselves, healing can begin to take place.

Paige is a lifelong learner who enjoys reading, researching, and exploring the various ways that she can help each person individually. In her spare time, she loves to spend time with her husband and dog, hiking, camping, skiing, and mountain biking.

paige@sagefc.com

Paige is passionate about helping individuals, couples, and families work through the many challenges life brings to create their best life.

Sonia Roberts is a Marriage and Family Therapy Intern currently enrolled at Syracuse University. She completed her bachelor’s degree in marriage and family studies at BYU-Idaho. Sonia has always enjoyed working in the human service field and has a profound connection to the special needs community. Before moving to Utah, she worked one-on-one and in a group setting with the elderly population- teaching physical fitness and neuroplasticity classes at Grand Brook Memory Care Center in Grapevine, Texas. She also spent time with cognitively impaired children at Therapy and Beyond and Special Strong in the DFW area.

Sonia is passionate about helping individuals, couples, and families explore their sense of self and identify past traumas. She incorporates a psychodynamic and narrative approach. She believes that all behaviors are learned from past experiences, and once we explore these areas and identify our emotions, the real work begins in therapy.

She loves being a student and is committed to creating a safe, open space for each client.

When Sonia is not in the office, she enjoys spending time with her spouse and stepchildren, weightlifting, hiking, reading, and traveling.

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