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Start Therapy in Spanish Fork, Utah
Where We're Located
Our Spanish Fork counseling center is on the corner of Main Street and 200 North.
Enter through the red doors on Main Street and you will find us downstairs.
We also provide couples and individual therapy for Mapleton, Springville, Payson, Salem, and Santaquin, Utah.
We Focus Our Efforts on Helping You Enjoy Life
Alexis Lee - MS, LMFT
Alexis (Lexi) Lee is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Her specialties involve play therapy, family therapy, adjustment disorders and working with children/adolescents. Originally from Arizona, Lexi earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Arizona State University and a Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from BYU. She originally developed her passion for working with children during her undergraduate studies at ASU and has worked with children/teens ages 4-17 in an outpatient therapy setting for the past several years.
Lisa Hansen - PhD, LMFT
Lisa Tensmeyer Hansen is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She earned an M.S. and Ph.D. from BYU in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is an educational speaker on relationships, depression, anxiety and community/family support for marginalized youth and has been featured as the voice of mental health research on Mormon Matters podcasts. She specializes in couple and family distress, including issues of trust, power and emotion in relationships, alcohol and substance abuse, and best outcomes for families and individuals. She is an LGBTQ-positive therapist and welcomes clients of all sexual orientations. She and her husband, Bill, are the parents of seven children and a few extras.
Tekulvē Jackson-Vann - MS, PhD Student, LMFT
J. Tekulvē Jackson-Vann is a native of Milledgeville, Georgia and grew up in the shadows of Central State Hospital, which was once the largest Psychiatric hospital in the South. He was a Graduate with Distinction from Georgia Military College Prep School. After serving an LDS mission to East Lansing, Michigan, he earned a BS in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with an emphasis in Family Life Education from Brigham Young University-Provo. He earned a MS in Marriage and Family Therapy from Valdosta State University. He is a student in The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences where his focus is bridging the gap in healthcare access and outcomes for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color). He has held national leadership positions within the National Council on Family Relations. His areas of interests include grief and loss, divorce recovery, substance abuse, adolescents, couples and family, and LGBT issues in addition to the connection between mental health and chronic illness. He’s a father of 5 children.
Tim Lowe - Ph.D, LMFT, SUDC, AAMFT Approved Supervisor
Tim Lowe, originally hails from Colorado. He is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Substance Used Disorder Counselor in the state of Utah. He received a Master’s degree from Brigham Young University in Family Life Education and a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Loma Linda University. He also received his PhD. in psychology from Brigham Young University. He is an approved marriage and family therapy supervisor as well as a licensed Arbinger Presenter. He has worked with adolescent and young adults and their parents as wilderness therapist for 15 years and in residential treatment for 13 years. He enjoys the outdoor (camping, rappelling, survival skills, and Mountain climbing). He lived in Israel for 6 months studying Hebrew, religious studies and the Arab-Israeli culture. His family has a rather strange tradition: When his children graduated from high school, he and his wife take them skydiving. He enjoys spending times with his wife, five children and growing number of grandchildren.
Vjollca Martinson - PhD, LMFT
Dr. Vjollca Martinson is a licensed marriage and family therapist and an approved supervisor. She received her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Brigham Young University. Vjollca has an extensive and successful experience in working with young children, adolescents, young adults, couples and families. While she has been successful in treating several challenges that affect individuals and families, such as depression, anxiety, addiction, affairs, divorce, grief and loss, etc., her main clinical specialty is treating children who have experienced traumatic events. Vjollca enjoys mentoring clinicians through supervision, teaching and sharing her clinical successes in professional presentations and publications. When she is not working, Vjollca loves to cook, bike, hike, and most of all, spend time with her children.
Keagan Krogh, LAMFT
Keagan graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelors of science in Psychology and from the University of Southern Mississippi with a masters of science in Marriage and Family Therapy. During his time in Mississippi, Keagan worked with a variety of issues and a wider variety of people and learned the important lesson that everyone is “normal” and everyone has their problems.
Keagan is grateful for the privilege of getting to listen to people’s stories, work with them, and watch them change and grow into better, happier versions of themselves. He is particularly passionate about helping people improve their most important relationships.
Keagan enjoys doing things outdoors like camping, boating, skiing, and sports, and he also enjoys spending lazy days playing video games and board
games, singing, and watching TV and movies with