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Sophie Ducrocq Archibald
Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Ph.D. Student Mind-Body Medicine
Integrative Medicine Practitioner
I believe one of the bravest things anyone can do is to reclaim their life, get to know themselves, and re-own their story. You are more than your symptoms or the sum of your lived experience. I admire and respect your bravery in seeking additional support as you venture through this season of life.
My approach to working with you is one that 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 the issues that life has handed you.
I have a passion for working with all sorts of individuals and families from all sorts of backgrounds. My specialties and areas of passion include working with individuals who deal with trauma injuries from various kinds of disturbing experiences whether spiritual, religious, occupational, sexual, physical, etc. as well as grief and loss, in addition to life transitions and self-worth issues.
I have a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Utah and am halfway through my Doctoral degree. a PhD. in Mind-Body Medicine at Saybrook University. Being at Saybrook University has allowed me additional certificates in clinical hypnosis and intensive training from leading experts in the field of existential-humanistic psychology. I have a passion for mindfulness which I have used in my personal life for the past 10 years.
Before working in psychotherapy in my private practice, I had the privilege to support children, youth, and families in the foster care system by doing outpatient counseling (at home, at school, and office). I also provided therapy for adults struggling with severe chronic mental health issues in a community mental health setting. Other working experience included treating OCD and anxiety-related disorder in an intensive outpatient program.
In my downtime, I enjoy the outdoors, spending time with my two children and husband. I enjoy music, poetry, dancing, and connecting with my French culture through food and other means. Being born and raised in France allowed me to meet people from all around the world from different walks of life and faith traditions. This continues to foster the awe I feel in the therapeutic process.
Bernice Hoskins Tenort
Nurse Manager Labor & Delivery
Humanistic Psychologist Integrative Medicine Practitioner
My passion is people, I started working with people 28 years ago as a registered nurse. I have been with families as they have said goodbye to their loved ones, and I have been honored to be with families as they have welcomed new members into the world. On some occasions, I have been there for both the beginning of life and shortly after that life has ended, so I have been the companion for those families during those joyous and difficult times along their journeys. I have witnessed so many strong and beautiful human spirits, I have watched them hurt and struggle and I have watched them prevail. I have so much faith in the human spirit.
I use mindfulness techniques and believe that to have a healthy body, you must have a healthy mind and vice versa. In therapy, you will learn how your mind works and how your body responds to the thoughts of your mind. You will learn some tools to keep you in the present and tools to help you regulate your emotions. I believe all these tools will help you tap into your strong, beautiful human spirit, create the life you want for yourself, and have a little fun along the way on your life’s journey.
I received my Bachelor of Nursing degree from Aspen University in Colorado, I have been a nurse for 28 years. I practice as the nurse manager of Labor and delivery at the University of Utah Hospital. I received my Master’s in Social Work from the University of Utah in 2020. I received my MSW because in my many years working in the medical field I noticed that traditional medicine did not incorporate mental health into its model. I feel strongly that in order to live a whole and happy life you must address all aspects of the human, physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.
When I am not working, I love to spend time outside hiking, snow skiing, boating, and riding bikes. I have a beautiful large family with four beautiful sons and one beautiful daughter. One stepdaughter and one stepson. I have eleven very active, curious grandchildren that keep me young.
Certified Social Worker
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
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 attachments.
Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) from Barry University with a trauma-focused curriculum. Her master’s level internship was at a nonprofit substance abuse center where she honed her skills in equine therapy, psychodrama, yoga therapy, horticulture therapy along with individual and group therapy.
Alice’s therapeutic approach is client-centered with characteristics of existential, psychodynamic, and gestalt principles.
Her practice involves many 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.
Alice’s passions are mental health counseling, social justice advocacy, and yoga. Alice became a certified yoga instructor in 2014 and has worked with a wide range of clientele including children, families, individuals with physical and mental disabilities, collegiate athletic teams, and individuals with trauma/PTSD. Yoga promotes a healthy connection between mind and body and Alice has witnessed, firsthand, its positive outcomes with her clients. She utilizes mindfulness and guided meditations as coping mechanisms for clients suffering from anxiety and depression.
Alice understands the hard work, dedication, and tribulations it takes to be healthy and is enthusiastic to work with those ready to reach their optimal health!
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