Tiffany Hogue, LPC
Weber State University- BA in Child and Family Studies (2010)
Utah State University- Master of Rehabilitation Counseling (2012)
Wyoming LPC #1701
Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR); Gatekeeper (suicide prevention); Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Trained; Dialectical Behavior Therapy trained; Clinical Supervision; the University of Wyoming, Certificate in Play Therapy (2020)
Individual therapy: anxiety, depression, severe mental illness, trauma, children, adolescents, at-risk populations, substance use/abuse, couples, families, grief, postpartum depression.
Tiffany is a licensed professional counselor and the clinical supervisor at the Evanston Office of High Country Behavioral Health. She has been with HCBH since 2016. She received her BA in child and family studies from Weber State University in 2010 and went on to earn her master's degree in rehabilitation counseling from Utah State University in 2012. Tiffany did her Masters' internship at the Wyoming State Hospital and also worked with at-risk adolescents during that time.
Tiffany is highly trained in suicide prevention, working with at-risk youth, and using play therapy. She is able to provide a wide range of services including treatment of depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, chronic pain and illness, severe mental illness, substance abuse, couples, and family counseling. She is deeply passionate about her career and helping others reach their highest potential. Tiffany works to be genuine and create strong therapeutic alliances and believes in working towards the goals that you set for yourself.
In her free time, the things that Tiffany enjoys the most are spending time with her family, being out in nature hiking, biking, paddle boarding, or traveling. She is also trained in Reiki energy healing and thoroughly enjoys learning about holistic healing.