The Integrative AND Holistic Center

For counseling, clinical consultation and professional training.

The-Integrative and Holistic Center

About Us

Traditional mental health and psychotherapy have focused mainly on symptoms and disorders. You may have had the experience of seeing a therapist, answering an inventory, checking some boxes, and receiving a diagnosis from the DSM 5.

Here at The Integrative and Holistic Center, we firmly believe in a person-centered approach. Rather than focusing on a disorder, our goal is for you to gain optimal health through integrative mental health care. What works for one person isn’t effective for others. That’s why we utilize all the best strategies and therapies in current practice.

From EMDR to mindfulness to guided imagery, we employ techniques from both allopathic and complementary and alternative medicine to create a holistic treatment plan specific to each client.

Our Services

Our therapists are trained and experienced to help you heal. Whether you suffer from depression, occupational stress, post-traumatic stress disorder, or anxiety it is our goal and mission to help provide you with personalized treatment to help you establish the visions you have for yourself.

Patient Services

Provider Training Courses

Provider Services

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Telehealth-Video Call Sessions Available

In Response To COVID-19 Precautions

Upcoming Events: Clinical Training

Sophie Ducrocq Archibald


I believe in therapeutic relationships, in therapists and clients’ capacity to experience a healing encounter. This is a belief I hold as a therapist, supervisor, and trainer. I have multiple roles in my professional work; I support clients thrive as a psychotherapist; I offer clinical training (to organizations and therapists), and I provide clinical supervision (for groups and individuals).

My approach to working with clients is one which focuses on the here and now. I believe that therapy is a collaborative process; you are the expert of your lived experience and so I welcome your input and everything you bring into the session. I desire to work with you in processing through the issues that life has handed you. I understand that your experience (of trauma, anxiety, etc.) exists within a complex Personal Ecosystem© of the mind-body-spirit.

I have a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Utah and am a PhD. candidate in Mind-Body Medicine at Saybrook University. Being at Saybrook University has allowed me additional certificates in clinical hypnosis and intensive training in existential-humanistic psychology. I have supervised therapists since 2018. I am passionate about therapeutic relationships and therapists’ human experience. Being a therapist changes us; we don’t always realize how deeply. In our supervision work together, you will receive practical tools, empirical research, clinical guidance and address topics of presence and therapeutic intuition.

Through the course of my professional journey, I provided professional training to CEOs, engineers, corporations, firefighters, and mental health professionals. Clinical training is available in-person (for organizations and individuals) through workshops and online.

I was born and raised in France and moved to Utah in 1997. In my downtime, I enjoy the outdoors, spending time with my two children and husband. I enjoy poetry, philosophy, dancing, and cooking.

Sophie Archibald

Sophie Ducrocq Archibald, LCSW/Founder-Owner

Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Ph.D. Candidate Mind-Body Medicine
Existential Humanistic Psychologist
Integrative Medicine Practitioner

Sophie Archibald

Alice Dughi, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Certified Psychedelic Assisted Therapist (to be completed in November 2022) and currently provide Psychedelic Harm Reduction and Integration

Alice Dughi

Certified Psychedelic Assisted Therapist (to be completed in November 2022) and currently provide Psychedelic Harm Reduction and Integration

Bachelor’s in Social Work (BSW) with a minor in Psychology from Florida Atlantic University. During her undergraduate education, Alice worked at an educational research center for childhood development, where she worked closely with families and students to facilitate healthy bonds and attachment. 

Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) from Barry University with a trauma-focused curriculum. Her master’s level internship was at a non-profit substance abuse center where she honed her skills in equine therapy, psycho-drama, yoga-therapy, horticulture therapy along with individual and group therapy.

Alice became a certified yoga instructor in 2014 and has worked with a wide range of clientele including: children, teen/young adults, families, individuals with physical and mental disabilities, collegiate athletic teams, and individuals with trauma/PTSD.

Alice’s therapeutic approach is client centered with characteristics of existential, psychodynamic, and gestalt principles. 

Her practice involves a wide range of skill sets that can be applied to those struggling with unresolved trauma, codependency, anxiety, and attachment/relationship issues.

Alice’s interests in therapy and competencies include:

Mindfulness, Trauma-Focused CBT, Sand Tray Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Seeking Safety, MindShield (a modality targeted for first responders/secondary trauma), coaching boundary setting and implementation, reclaiming personal power after trauma, Polyvagal Theory education and techniques, yoga/somatic therapies, and guided meditations.


Session Rates

Self-pay/Cash: $120 per session


Tel: (801) 923-3290

Fax: (385) 209 2975

Free Mindfulness Recordings

Season 2, Episode 28: Mind-Body Medicine doctoral student Sophie Archibald leads us to come into right relationship with the mind and welcome what is arising with an open heart.

Season 2, Episode 21: Mind-Body Medicine doctoral student Sophie Archibald leads us through a deeply reflective meditation, focusing on our breath to connect with ourselves and extending compassion out to others.

Season 2, Episode 11

Description: In this guided meditation, Mind-Body Medicine doctoral student Sophie Archibald invites us to follow our breath and direct our awareness to meet the present moment. In this practice, we can find treasures offered by the gift of being present.

In this short Mindfulness practice, Sophie guides you through a variety of informal mindfulness strategies taught to first responders


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