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Jennifer Buttrick

  • Utah
  • Provides confidential online counseling through BetterHelp

About Jennifer Buttrick's service

Jennifer Buttrick is a licensed mental health counselor in the state of Utah, specializing in trauma, PTSD, and personality disorders. With certification in EMDR and experience in residential non-profit behavior modification/substance abuse treatment, Jennifer has worked with clients from varied backgrounds including homelessness, incarceration, and foster care/adoption. Known for her approachability and nonjudgmental nature, Jennifer uses a client-centered approach, valuing courage, compassion, and connection. She is committed to providing a therapeutic relationship based on trust, dignity, and honesty, especially when addressing difficult topics. Jennifer’s personal experiences and her own journey in therapy have informed her ability to empathize with clients and offer support and resources tailored to their needs. She is skilled in various therapeutic techniques, including DBT, CBT, and EMDR, and is passionate about helping clients on their personal journeys.

Areas of Focus and Specialization

Additional areas

Therapeutic approaches

Languages Spoken

  • English

Jennifer Buttrick is serving from:

Utah

Welcoming International Clients?

No

Years in practice

3 years

NPI number

1538674122

License Details

UT LCMHC 11344036-6004

License: LCMHC

Utah

License number: 11344036-6004

Expires at 2024-09-30

License: LPC

Colorado

number: LPC.0015803

Expires at 2025-08-31

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