Dwight Hurst has been in the field of Mental Health since 1999, and has worked in a wide range of services, from inpatient to outpatient. He works with many clinical issues, including Autism, Domestic Violence Recovery, Addiction, and Sexual Compulsivity. He also teaches graduate courses to counselors-in-training.
Dwight created Innovate Mental Health Solutions in order to bring together quality therapy staff and clever programming. He believes that all problems have a solution, and that his clients are the best experts of their own situation.
Dwight is a writer and avid reader. He enjoys running, photography, and finding new adventures to experience with his wife and children.
Michelle has been working in the mental health & human services field for over 8 years. She provides Group and Individual therapy services to our clients, currently heading up our Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) treatment groups for adults and adolescents.
Michelle is a specialist in all areas connected to early childhood, parenting, domestic violence, and trauma. Michelle sits on the Board of Friends of the Children’s Justice Center, and is trained in Trauma focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Ady Meiri holds a M.A degree in neuro-clinical psychology from Haifa University, Israel and a B.Sc in Psychology and Biology from Bar Ilan University, Israel.
Ady's training involved therapeutic work with a variety of patients including head trauma, psychiatric patients and mentally disabled youth. She also worked with children and teens with learning disability with/without ADHD. She is experienced in a variety of neuropsychological tests. In her spare time Ady loves swimming , yoga and hiking.
Michael Fitch is an experienced Mental Health and Social Services Professional. Mike has worked in the fields of child abuse recovery, Mental Health, Addiciton, and Family Treatment for the past 12 years.
Mike currently collaborates with our practice to provide Group Therapy for Autistic Teens and Substance Abuse Recovery Groups for Teens. He is also frequently co-hosting The Broken Brain Podcast.
Jeff completed his Masters in Social Work and his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Utah. He has worked with adolescents for the past 8 years, and has spent the past few years working with combat veterans (families and couples), and the Salt Lake LDS Family Services Missionary Clinic.
Jeff works with ages 8+ and specializes in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), and Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT). His specialty is centered in helping people discover and rediscover strengths to be used in propelling them forward to healthy living. He primarily works with those who need assistance with their motivation, goal-setting, personal empowerment, employment skills, interpersonal and work-place communication, patience, anger management, perfectionism, grief, anxiety, and depression.
Jeff grew up in Farmington Utah where he spent many youthful summers playing at Lagoon. Away from work he plays the tuba for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Orchestra at Temple Square, Salt Lake Choral Artists, Salt Lake Pops Orchestra, and Utah Wind Symphony. He is a chess coach for William Penn Elementary and recently received 1st place in the Utah Class Championships, and 2nd place at the National Chess Open in Agoura Hills California. He and his wife are devoted to outdoors and spend time each summer hiking in Zion National Park. When they travel, they like to find theme parks that house the most exciting roller coasters in the country!