Travis has experience in many areas but a few of my expertise include trauma, anxiety, PTSD, LGBT-related issues, and suicidal ideation. He is a current and active member of the Utah Suicide Prevention Coalition. He is informed and compassionate towards the adversity that the LGBTQ+ population faces and comfortable meeting the client where they’re at in their life’s journey to help them be the best person that they can be. He brings a vast history of the experience of many years working as an EMT/ Firefighter and combat veteran. He is a survivor of suicide after his 13-year-old son took his life by suicide in 2012. He has dedicated many years being an advocate for suicide prevention and awareness. He is a kind, caring, and compassionate individual ready to meet the needs of his clients and help them thrive in their natural environment.
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