Gabriella Campbell, CMHC

Therapist

  • EMDR Certified
  • EAGALA Trained
  • Neurofeedback Trained
  • Advanced DBT Trained
  • Sand Play Therapy Trained

Gabriella joined Alpine Academy in early 2014 after working in other residential settings with teens and young adults suffering from a range of mental health issues including: Attachment Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Conduct Disorders, PTSD, Psychotic Disorders, ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Borderline Personality Disorder, BiPolar Disorder, Substance Abuse, and Self-Harming behaviors. Gabriella also has experience working with preschool-aged children who suffer from Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as the chronically and persistently mentally ill adult population. She obtained both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Westminster College, a private liberal arts school in Salt Lake City.

Gabriella operates from an attachment-based approach with the families she works with to develop and/or strengthen secure attachments within each family, as well as nurture a strong and healthy sense of self within each individual. She has a great passion and skill for working with individuals who have experienced complex-trauma and repeated broken attachments as well as individuals from diverse backgrounds.  She is EMDR-Certified through the EMDR Institute and has specialized training in CBT, DBT, Equine Therapy (EAGALA Model), Sand Play Therapy, Trauma-Sensitive Yoga and Neurofeedback. Gabriella is also a member of the International Association of Trauma Professionals.

Prior to beginning her life as a Mental Health Professional, Gabriella served proudly as a member of the United States Air Force Reserve for fifteen years. Nowadays, she devotes her weekends to her family, which is blended and includes two teenagers of her own. She continues to look forward to assisting youth tap into their unique potential, and to discover a sense of their own powerful identities, paving the way for a brighter, safer future for themselves, their families and society as a whole.