Meet The Team
We’ve owned companies, been CFOs, CEOs and leaders for early stage, pre-IPO, and public companies, experienced in acquisitions and raising investment funds. We are all experienced and registered yoga teachers with integrity and great reputations in our field of expertise. With all founders having business, yogic and humanitarian backgrounds, we understand and are motivated by making a difference, not just a living. The world is in need of change. Join us as we create it.
Becky Pierce, LCSW
Becky Pierce, Clinical Director/Co-owner of Hope and Healing Child and Family Counseling.
Becky is a licensed clinical social worker who has been in practice since 1999. She graduated from Westminster College with a B.S. in Psychology and received her Master’s degree from the University of Utah.
Becky enjoys working with children ages two and up and their families. She uses a variety of methods to help her clients increase coping and problem-solving skills, process trauma, express feelings more effectively, and improve parent-child relationships.
Becky is a TBRI Practitioner (Trust-Based Relational Intervention), a therapy specifically designed to help children with early trauma and their families.
Dodi Wilson, RYT, CYP, LCMHC owner of Park City Therapy, offers individual, couples, and family therapy to adults and adolescents. Areas of expertise include: yoga movement and trauma sensitive yoga therapy, substance use and abuse, anxiety, depression, trauma, and family issues in a trauma informed and safe setting.
With over 13 years experience working in the fields of substance abuse and mental health and over 21 years working with children and families, Dodi offers positive regard for all in a trauma sensitive and safe environment to help couples and families work together as a team to solve their issues.
Dodi completed her first yoga training at Tadasana Yoga Studio in Park City in 2017 and quickly added a Yoga Sculpt Training Certificate following. Fell in love with teaching and instructing and began wondering how to incorporate her practices during the benefits of yoga and breath work into therapy.
After several trainings with Bessel Van Der Kolk and other trauma and yoga-trauma professionals in the clinical field, completed Yoga Mindfulness Training specifically for clients struggling with mental health, trauma, chronic fatigue, auto-immune disorders. In 2019, joined The Clinical Yoga Institute for their first 500 Hour Level Yoga Practitioner Training and became certified and joined the board in 2020.
My goal is continue to educate other clinicians and be a part of a greater base of joining these two amazing and complimentary modalities to help clients and practitioners reduce the affects of anxiety, depression and trauma related issues.