We Are Brain-Based Mental Health Therapists
While we still want to focus on individuals who have had emotional, traumatic events in their life, we want to clarify that we are mental health providers.
People often are confused about the word “neurotherapy.” We know it to mean “brain-based therapy,” but some clients have told us that it was a word they didn’t know. We will still keep our focus on brain-based therapy, but we wanted to specify that we are experts in neurofeedback. We are still working with the same great team of Jeff, Kit, Brandy, Casherie, Phyllis, and Kaitlan, but we wanted to tell the world what we love to do, which is counseling and neurofeedback.
Another new change, thanks to the recent flooding in our building, is the addition of some video cameras in the hallways. We are only capturing video images of the back stairway, main stairway, main hallway, and lobby of the therapy office. We want to ensure that should another water leak happen, we can check in on the office anytime and respond immediately. We have also been offering some Saturday appointments when the building is pretty empty, and we want to ensure the safety of both clients and staff when there are fewer people on the property.
Sessions will remain confidential. The videos will not be a part of any clinical files. The video images will only be stored for a limited amount of time and then automatically deleted. Should you have any questions or concerns about the addition of cameras to our building, please contact Jeff Bright or Casherie Bright directly at 801-855-7999.
We look forward to continue serving our community in the Ogden/Clinton Utah area. If you or a loved one is ready to begin healing through counseling and/or neurofeedback, please call for a free consultation, or schedule one online.