Matthew Jimenez, CMHC
Clinical and Neurodevelopmental Therapist
Matt gained his undergraduate degree at Westminster Liberal Arts College with a major in Clinical Psychology, and a minor in Environmental Studies. Matt Obtained his graduate degree in Denver, Colorado gaining his Master’s in Counseling.
Matt incorporates a multitude of modalities but always maintains person-centered and mindfulness-based practices. He works with both the mind and the body, focusing on somatic psychology. Previously Matt has worked in multiple residential treatment facilities, and prior to joining our team worked at Children’s Hospital in the Psychology Emergency Department. Matt has vast experience with high-intensity crisis situations and working with a wide array of mental illnesses, social-emotional struggles, and especially neurodiverse students.
Matt grew up in Utah enjoying hiking, skiing, fishing, and the overall great outdoors he takes students fishing and hiking as part of therapy. He was also a college athlete and as such joins in with the students to play basketball and adventure with them. The students love being with him, he has a huge heart for all the people he works with. We are grateful to have him on our team and we know you will be grateful to have him with your teenager.