Suzy Boyce Chriswell

MFT Intern

Suzy Boyce Chriswell

MFT Intern

Suzy helps individuals, couples and families to BOTH discover and strengthen themselves AND connect with each other in healthy ways.

Suzy Boyce Chriswell is a Marriage and Family Therapy Intern. She completed a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science with a minor in business from Brigham Young University, then spent 11 years in the world of corporate business. There, she saw how deeply professional success depended on the quality of one’s relationships. She then sought to pursue a career as a therapist in order to position herself to help where relationships mattered most.

Suzy maintains a strength-based approach, and truly believes every person and family has the capacity to heal. She also is cognizant of the many ways people or families can feel stuck, disheartened, and burdened. She is awed by the remarkable ability clients have to grow and develop past their limitations and utilizes the strengths and resources within individuals and families to help them heal, despite their circumstances. She applies evidence-based approaches such as Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and the Gottman Method, as well as principles of differentiation and attachment.

Suzy is currently enrolled in the Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Northcentral University and is eager to help strengthen and heal couple and family relationships.

Suzy values spending time with her family, as well as reading, singing, enjoying the Utah mountains, and traveling when she can.

suzy@sagefc.com

Suzy helps individuals, couples and families to BOTH discover and strengthen themselves AND connect with each other in healthy ways.

Suzy Boyce Chriswell is a Marriage and Family Therapy Intern. She completed a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science with a minor in business from Brigham Young University, then spent 11 years in the world of corporate business. There, she saw how deeply professional success depended on the quality of one’s relationships. She then sought to pursue a career as a therapist in order to position herself to help where relationships mattered most.

Suzy maintains a strength-based approach, and truly believes every person and family has the capacity to heal. She also is cognizant of the many ways people or families can feel stuck, disheartened, and burdened. She is awed by the remarkable ability clients have to grow and develop past their limitations and utilizes the strengths and resources within individuals and families to help them heal, despite their circumstances. She applies evidence-based approaches such as Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and the Gottman Method, as well as principles of differentiation and attachment.

Suzy is currently enrolled in the Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Northcentral University and is eager to help strengthen and heal couple and family relationships.

Suzy values spending time with her family, as well as reading, singing, enjoying the Utah mountains, and traveling when she can.

suzy@sagefc.com

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