The Center for Integrative and Holistic Counseling

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About Us

We use an integrative and holistic treatment approach to mental wellness. Integrative mental health care focuses on a person-centered approach by taking into account the unique needs, preferences, and circumstances of each client. ​

This philosophy focuses on obtaining optimal health, not the disorder.

We use mainstream psychotherapy methods with evidenced-based complementary alternative medicine strategies.  We believe in utilizing the best available evidence from both allopathic and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).  You will gain a deeper understanding of the mind body spirit connection and brain function.  ​

In addition, we use a holistic approach rooted in the understanding that our clients’ mental wellness is about harmonizing the complex system of the mind body and spirit.


Our Services

Grief and loss

Occupational stress

Chronic pain

OCD

Post-traumatic stress injury

Spiritual and Religious Trauma

Anxiety

Depression (mild-moderate)


Treatment

Applied Clinical Hypnosis

Mindfulness-based interventions (MCBT/MBSR)

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Guided Imagery
Motivational Interviewing
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)


Existential-Humanistic Psychotherapy
Mind Body Bridging/ MindShield



Sophie Ducrocq Archibald​, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Existential Humanistic Psychologist

Integrative Medicine Practitioner

I believe one of the bravest things anyone can do is to reclaim their life, get to know themselves and re-own their story. You are more than your symptoms or the sum of your lived experience. I admire and respect your bravery in seeking additional support as you venture through this season of life.​

Each one of us, no matter where we come from, can experience anxiety, frustration, depression, confusion about life, relationships, work, family and everything else in between. Therapy is a helpful way to gain support and insight towards health and whole living. I believe it is my role as your therapist to offer support and encouragement on your journey. This is about you. My hope is that through counseling, you will learn to hear your own voice, gain confidence in yourself and be able to come to a sense of peace with what life has handed you.

My approach to working with you is one which focuses on the here and now. I believe that therapy is a collaborative process; you are the expert of your lived experience and so I welcome your input and everything you bring into the session. I desire to work with you in processing through the issues that life has handed you. ​

I have a passion for working with all sorts of individuals and families from all sorts of backgrounds. My specialties and areas of passion include working with individuals who deal with trauma injuries from various kinds of disturbing experiences whether spiritual, religious, occupational, sexual, physical, etc. as well as grief and loss, in addition to life transitions and self-worth issues.​

I have a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Utah and am half-way through my Doctoral degree; a PhD. in Mind-Body Medicine at Saybrook University. Being at Saybrook University has allowed me additional certificates in clinical hypnosis and intensive training from leading experts in the field of existential-humanistic psychology. I have a passion for mindfulness which I have used in my personal life for the past 10 years. ​

Before working in psychotherapy in my private practice, I had the privilege to support children, youth and families in the foster care system doing outpatient counseling (in-home, school and office). I also provided therapy for adults struggling with severe chronic mental health issues in community mental health setting. Other working experience included treating OCD and anxiety related disorder in an intensive outpatient program.

In my down time, I enjoy the outdoors, spending time with my two children and husband. I enjoy music, poetry, dancing, connecting with my French culture through food and other means. Being born and raised in France allowed me to meet people from all around the world from different walks of life and faith traditions. This continues to fosters the awe I feel in the therapeutic process.


Mindful Moments: Healing with Breath with Dr. Selene Kumin Vega Saybrook Insights with President Nathan Long

Season 2, Episode 2 Description: Dr. Selene Kumin Vega brings our attention to breath, connecting with the healing process that is taking place in each moment within our bodies and with the web of life.As a service to our larger community, Saybrook University is offering a daily mindful moment through July, beginning at 12:13 PM Eastern/9:13 AM Pacific. Designed to be 15 minutes in length, our Mind-Body Medicine faculty have banded together to provide these sessions as a source of centering and solace in these extraordinary times.For more information about Saybrook University, go to: http://www.saybrook.edu. You can also learn more about the Saybrook Mind-Body Medicine program by going to https://www.saybrook.edu/areas-of-study/mind-body-medicine/
  1. Mindful Moments: Healing with Breath with Dr. Selene Kumin Vega
  2. Season 2 Opening Episode: Writing for Change – Dr. Dance Writes
  3. Episode 92: Mindful Moments Releasing Tension Guided Imagery with Marilyn Crosby
  4. Episode 91: Mindful Moments – Mindfulness is Kindness Meditation with John Patterson
  5. Episode 90: Mindful Moment Soul-filled Meditation with Dr. O'Dell Johnson

Accepted Insurance Plans

Public Employee Health Plan (PEHP)

Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS)

United Health Care (UHC)

Deseret Mutual Benefit Administrators (DMBA)

SelectHealth

EMI Health

Additional insurance contracts pending, call for confirmation

Session Rates

Insurance rate $130 per hour (after first session)

Reduced cash pay $90 per hour

Scholarship fee available upon request

TeleHealth sessions available during the COVID-19 outbreak

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The Center for Integrative and Holistic Counseling
375 North Main Street, Suite 202, Kaysville, Ut, 84037
Tel: 801-923-3290/ Fax: (385) 209-2975

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