Phone: 801.382.9338
Fax: 801.383.0246


Klinton Hobbs, Ph.D.

I completed my undergraduate degree at USU and earned my Ph.D. at Brigham Young University. While at BYU I received specialized instruction and experience in ADHD, learning disability, and psychiatric assessment. Following the completion of my Ph.D. I worked for 10 years at Texas Tech University, where I conducted psychotherapy and supervised psychological assessment. I recently returned to BYU, where I work as an Assistant Professor at BYU’s Counseling and Psychological Services. Complete Evaluations represents an opportunity for me to continue to offer my psychological assessment experience and skills to the broader Utah County community.

 I’m the happily married father of four children, and my most rewarding role in life is being a family man. I’m a movie buff and can gladly examine and deconstruct films, often to the exasperation of my family and friends! I’ve been interested in psychology since I was very young, and I’m extremely fortunate that I get to practice psychology every day to help others.



Elizabeth Berman, CMHC

I am compassionately committed to providing therapy to clients suffering from a broad spectrum of differing types of mental health issues.  I emphasize improving client self-awareness and growing the capacity to enhance relationships with others.  I strive to cultivate a strong, healthy, working relationship with my clients by employing mutual respect, authenticity, acceptance, and genuineness.  believe that the therapeutic process is relationship centered.
I am a Clinical Mental Health Counselor, licensed in Utah and Washington state.  I have over 20 years of experience in the mental health field working with children, adolescents, adults, and families.  I incorporate evidence-based practices with a client centered approach for issues including Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Depression and Anxiety, Trauma, Eating Disorders, and Co-Occurring Disorders.
received my Bachelors in Science from Brigham Young University and my Master's in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Washington University.    I have three wonderful sons that bring much fun and laughter to my life.  I love the outdoors, cooking, and playing the piano.                                                                                                                                                                           
Laurie Elkins, LCSW                                                                                                                                                                                                     In times of uncertainty, of struggles that may knock you sideways, you can find your way through. There are core strengths in each of us, often undiscovered. Let me help you find your way, your best way. A key to our work together, is that you come to know and accept yourself and the people who matter most to you, that you create your own life meaning and purpose, and that you nourish your relationships. I believe our oppositions and challenges open pathways for our growth and the opportunity to live with more freedom to be ourselves. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I earned my bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Brigham Young University. I welcome each individual with genuine, non judgemental regard. My practice is grounded in your self-determination. I am experienced in the following: trauma of various types, anxiety, OCD, Bi Polar Disorders, Attachment Issues, Relationship Issues, Grief and Loss, Religious/Existential Issues, Self Awareness/Self Empowerment, Pain Managment/Serious Illness, and others. My standard of treatment is integrative. I practice evidence-based approaches as appropriate to each individual. I am guided by neuroscience, which has shown that our brains can be rewired through daily practices that promote improved well being; and that our brains are hardwired to connect to significant others. Through healing attachment bonds, healthier relationships can be developed. I have enjoyed my experience working with all ages, whether civilian or military; at this time I am working with individuals, and couples, ages 19 years and older; through in-person visits or through Telehealth video. I thrive on spending time with my husband and our growing family, as well as in spiritual practices, mindfulness, gaining knowledge, creativity, art, dance, exercise of many kinds, the out of doors, and cooking.


Brittani Frade, ACMHC                                                                         
                                                                                                                      My purpose is to foster safety and connect adolescents, couples, adults, and families with themselves and others as they start this healing journey. My background includes working with adolescents for 10 years in various treatment settings and receiving a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health counseling from Prescott College. I specialize in Equine-Assisted Therapy, and I am EAGALA Certified, EMDR certified, and I am pursuing EFT certification. I have also received advanced training in Emotionally-Focused Couple Therapy (EFT) which is an effective form of therapy form many different types of couples. Every person understands what it feels like to be hurt, sad, lost, and trying to feel more accepted by their partners, their families, or themselves. I’d be honored to be a part of this process as we discover together the negative patterns that keep you from connecting to yourself and others.