Kwinten M. Kemp, MC-MHC, CMHC, CWMS
KWINTEN IS A CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR AND HOLDS A MASTERS DEGREE IN MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING
He has studied and employs research backed methods of guiding people through the healing and change process. Much of his study has focused on family, teens, youth, and couples counseling. He employs unique and effective means of helping families get through mental health difficulties and relationship problems. He is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Existential Therapy, and Acceptance Commitment Therapy.
He also has additional training in treating eating disorders, over eating and obesity. He is a Certified Therapeutic Weight Management Specialist. He has spearheaded work in helping clients work through the underlying emotional struggles that many times underpin weight and body image problems. He has provided his clinical support to various wellness programs and Spas such as TurningLeaf Wellness Center, The Biggest Loser Resort at Fitness Ridge, Green Valley Spa, Utah’s Live in Fitness Camp, and Premier Fitness Camp. Kwinten has also co-hosted fitness retreats. He and his wife, Gina, founded The Greater You, Inc in order to support the health, wellness, and weight loss efforts of people around the globe. Kwinten also runs a private practice for counseling in beautiful Park City, Utah where he works with couples, teens, and families in the area providing a wide scope of services. He enjoys spending time with his family. He also enjoys mountain biking, snow boarding, martial arts, and the out doors.
Chris Tittle, ACMHC
Chris has a masters degree in mental health counseling and is a certified life coach.
Chris is an Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor (or ACMHC). He is also an LGBT affirming therapist and is a member of the Utah LGBT Therapist Guild. He has researched and employs the concepts and techniques of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) to identify thoughts and behaviors that are not helpful to our mental health. He also subscribes to the principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), which includes accepting ourselves and our struggles and committing to living life according to our values, even when life gets hard. He uses these and other philosophies to create an insight orientated approach to therapy. He has found that this therapeutic approach works very well with the majority of clients.
Chris works with adults and adolescents who are experiencing mental health concerns such as anxiety and depression. Additionally, he is working with couples to help them find healthy ways to work on their relationships. Chris is also working on a Life Coach Certification with an emphasis on helping clients who struggle with weight and body image.
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