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You can reach out to your preferred Intern, directly:
Aurelie Tauzin: 385.429.0706
Lani Gailey: 385.202.5271 or https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/lani-gailey-murray-ut/1055307
Ashley Wilson: 385.422.3749
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ERC Interns are comprised of several national institutions: Arizona State University, Northcentral University, and Utah Valley University. From May to October of 2022, we will have a total of 5 Interns; 2 of them will immediately be able to provide clinical services.
Our 1st year Interns are learning the ins and outs of what makes a practice work in this field, including a consistent examination of macro, mezzo, and micro behaviors. We are honored to be able to mutually teach and learn with this cohort; they are dynamic!
Our 2nd year Interns will be building a clinical confidence and working to understand how to run their own ethically sound and social justice-centered practices after graduation.
Hello, my name is Katie, and I am currently an intern at ERC. I value connecting with others and am honored when others allow me to sit in their feelings with them. Personal work can be difficult, and I genuinely believe that finding the meaning inside that suffering is where we experience the most growth.
A fun fact about me: "I've been Skiing since I was 6 years old despite not living in a snowy place until I was an adult."
Jade Hill is a public health professional and MSW student who works with marginalized
populations and community stakeholders to ensure equitable access to maternal mental
health care in Utah. After spending the last six years addressing systemic barriers to
care and social services working in clinical, academic, government, non-profit, and
research settings, she is shifting her focus to direct clinical work.
Using a culturally grounded framework and her macro level experience, Jade’s hope is
to cultivate a trusting connection with each client that promotes a space for healing and
growth. Jade considers it an honor to be a part of one’s journey through life while
providing support to navigate and embrace the duality of life’s highs and lows.
Jade completed her Master’s thesis through a policy analysis examining racial
disparities in maternal mortality and has centered reproductive health equity work
throughout her career thus far. She has had the pleasure of managing a patient
advocacy project with Utah Health Policy Project, a federally funded research project
with the University of Utah focused on pregnant women diagnosed with opioid use
disorder, and a team of contact tracers during the COVID-19 response. Currently, she
serves as the Maternal Mental Health Program Specialist at the Utah Department of
Health and Human Services.
Jade holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Promotion from Weber State University, a
Master’s Degree in Public Health from University of New England, and is currently
pursuing a Master’s Degree in Social Work at Arizona State University.
"Life is a roller-coaster: often challenging and sometimes overwhelming. However, I believe that
everyone can find their strength and their own path through trauma and difficult decisions. This
journey can be painful and difficult, as well as rewarding and liberating. I would like to be your
guide on this healing journey and support you in connecting with your own self, recognizing
your own needs, working on creating new boundaries, breaking cycles of unhealthy patterns, and
developing new healthy relationships. Attachment, resilience, coping skills, and regulation of
emotions are aspects that everyone develops in childhood to different degrees. I would like to
accompany you as you develop them in a healthy way.
As a multicultural therapist, I have deep knowledge and awareness of differences among
individuals. I have worked for years with children and families in France and the United States.
These experiences have shown me that one method may be a great fit for one person but not
necessarily for another one. I like to think of therapy as holistic and will work with different
techniques, including DBT, CBT, Family Systems therapy, play therapy, trauma-focused therapy
and attachment theory to meet your specific needs in your specific context.
I would love to collaborate with you as you find your way, far from the thoughts that don’t
define you and the behaviors that are not who you are. By connecting you with your emotions
and your inner world, I hope to guide you towards a loving awareness of who you are and bring
"Hi, I'm Lani! I am a social worker and MFT student. I received my Bachelor's of Social Work from the University of Utah. Currently, I am a social work care manager for Primary Children's while earning my Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northcentral University.
My approach to therapy is based on systems theory, attachment, and narrative techniques. People are the experts of their own stories, and my role is that of a curious listener offering "fresh eyes" on persistent problems. I aim to offer a safe and non judging environment in which clients can collaborate in examining the meanings, effects, and cultural influences of problems in their lives.
In my spare time, I enjoy pottery, climbing, and enjoying the wonderful outdoors. "
Ashley is an MSW intern studying at Arizona State University Online. She has a Bachelor in Science from Southern Utah University. She is passionate about advocating for human rights and using evidence-based practices to empower others.
A fun fact about me: "I have always wanted to perform in the circus."