Finally — my office is ready for clients to come through! After following COVID precautions and staying virtual for the health and safety of myself and others, it’s now safe to open my doors to see my Utah clients in person. For those who follow me on Instagram (@visionaryliberation), you may have watched the progression from painting to decorating the office space. Since I love a creative challenge, designing the interior and making on-the-spot decisions as time went along was a fun, intuitive process. I actually designed the space with my mother, Dianne McAdams-Jones, who will also be working out of the office with me. She is a professor at Utah Valley University and owner of Just Us Socializing. The finished product is a reflection of our similar yet distinct styles, and it is definitely reflective of my therapeutic interventions of choice.
The location of my office was important, as I serve clients in both Salt Lake County and Utah County. Over time, it became clear that a space where clients could feel welcome and visible would be necessary. My sister had recently opened the Utah Center for Connection, a collective of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) businesses/practitioners in the Orem, Utah area. She offered me an office in the space, and I accepted. It has been great to be around other BIPOC therapists and healers.
Come visit me at the Utah Center for Connection!
250 W 540 N.
Orem, UT 84057
You can receive the following services in-person:
– Creativity coaching
– Card reading