Tami Priestley, CMHCA

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Tami Priestley is a licensed as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate. She has worked with Cristine Price for over three years.

Tami has successfully treated individuals in all age ranges, from children through geriatrics. She is skillful with issues of depression, anxiety, women’s issues, teen issues, and other personal concerns. She specializes in coaching couples and individuals to improve their marriage. Tami has received the full training for EMDR and uses it skillfully with clients dealing with both “big T and little t” traumas.

Tami charges an economical rate of $80 for out-of-pocket sessions. She also takes insurance and EAP coverage through Cristine Price. Insurance companies accepted include: Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Deseret, Select Health, Tricare and Value Options. She sees clients on Thursdays and Fridays.

Phone: 435-915-6915.
Fax : 435-226-4484.
E-mail: cristineprice@gmail.com
Please call, text, or e-mail for an appointment.

Tami Greenhalgh Priestley completed her 6-year Master’s Program in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University, a CACREP accredited school.  She completed residencies and internships across the United States, including:  Dallas, TX, Chicago, IL,  Priestly Mental Health in Preston, Idaho as well as Cristine Price, CMHC in Logan, UT.  She is also certified as a New Life Coach through Christian Life Coach Academy.

Tami practices with a Person Centered approach and facilitates her clients in becoming the experts in their own lives.  She believes in tools that inspire people to discover the best within themselves in order to find solutions to their problems and improve their quality of life. Tami is also developing expertise in integrative mental health approaches, such as emotional release, meditation and mindfulness.

“Tami is amazing!  Just talking with her I realize what a strong and fresh clinical background she has.  Not only is she professional and energetic, but I feel I can be completely myself around her and trust her implicitly.  If I wasn’t her supervisor I would enjoy sitting across from her in the “other” chair”  Cristine Price, CMHC