Nichole Rammell Whitney-7x9

Whittney Howard



Going to therapy is not a sign of weakness. It is a sign of strength, resiliency, and bravery. I’ve been to my own therapy and can truly see the impact it’s had on my personal and professional life. One of my favorite quotes is: “The answer to most problems is more often than not outside of the right-wrong binary that we tend to cling to when we’re angry or scared or in pain. We are complicated people. Our lives do not play out in absolutes.”

I received my bachelor’s degree from Utah Valley University in family science. I’m now a student in Utah Tech University’s marriage and family therapy graduate program. I work from a systemic perspective, which means that I look at things from a relational and interconnected lens.

A little bit about me: One of my favorite activities is playing games with my family. I also like to read, rock out to music in the car, and be outside. I’m excited to learn more about you as we work together on your journey of self-growth.