NeuroTherapy and Trauma Center of Utah helps children and teenagers decrease behavior problems caused by trauma, ADHD, anxiety and mood disorders. We use neurofeedback, counseling, and sensory integration to help improve the lives of children and their parents. Our office is located in Clinton, Utah, with an extension office in Tremonton. We serve surrounding communities including Clearfield, Layton, Syracuse, Riverdale, West Point, Roy and Ogden, Utah.
We have over 15 years experience treating trauma, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and learning disorders. We are nationally certified by BCIA for neurofeedback, one of only four such providers in the state of Utah. Neurofeedback is not certified by Utah, and you don’t want just anyone – without proper the proper education and credentials – performing training on your brain! Neurofeedback helps people of all ages (ages 6 and up).
Our passion is to provide overall healing to children and their families in an environment that is comfortable and safe. We use innovative technology and a personal approach to mend the mind and body.
Our Founders – Dedicated to the Individual
We are founded on the principle that if you help a child grow and learn, then you improve the community that you live in. Jeff and Casherie Bright have dedicated their life to helping children and improving the community. The organization began unofficially in 2002 when Jeff and Casherie dedicated numerous volunteer hours to the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, Boys and Girls Club of Greater Salt Lake, the American Cancer Society, and encouraging wellness through marketing nutritional foods and supplements through Master Health, LLC.
Jeff and Casherie officially formed the NeuroTherapy and Trauma Center of Utah in 2009 and started serving people with mental health needs in 2010. Read more about Jeff’s story here.
When the business was formed, the Brights wanted to provide thorough wellness services by individualizing and personalizing it to the community. They strayed away from the traditional ideas to “just” help people; instead they wanted to individualize services to optimize effective treatment.
Jeff says, “It’s all about the person. If the person doesn’t feel comfortable coming to an office for mental health services, then we have options available for them to have the service in their home. We want the client to feel comfortable and believe in individualizing the service to meet their needs.”
NeuroTherapy and Trauma Center of Utah continues to support the community in various community service projects and through charitable donations. Jeff and Casherie enjoy volunteering for the local community food co-op and attend annual fundraisers for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah and the Utah Youth Village. Learn more about how we give back to the community, by clicking here.
In addition to being a prominent relationship therapist, Jeff has presented at national conferences and to general audiences speaking on the topics of neurofeedback and trauma treatment. Jeff is also a medical crisis worker for Davis Hospital.
Our Dedicated Team of Therapists
All therapists at NeuroTherapy and Trauma Center of Utah are interactive and outcome-focused. Our therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges.
We integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, we work with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
How can we help you? Please call or text us at 801-855-7999, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you may find it more efficient to schedule a free consultation (a phone or in our office). You may also enjoy meeting us at one of our free Parent Support Workshops. We are looking forward to speaking with you.