Life's Solutions Counseling offers confidential services to all clients in a comfortable, convenient setting where individuals feel heard and understood. We hope to quickly help people relax, rejuvenate, work through problems, and start enjoying life.
In The Simplest Way to be Happy (1933), Helen Keller said, "A happy life consists not in the absence, but in the mastery of hardships." Life's Solutions aids in developing mastery over life's hardships and making life more enjoyable.
Life's Solutions also offers services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing clients.
Aimee L. Francom Clinical Mental Health Counselor National Certified Counselor LSC Owner
Aimee is one of just a few counselors in Utah qualified and fluent in American Sign Language. She understands Deaf Culture and can work with individuals and families that need assistance in Deaf and Hard of Hearing situations.
Aimee has a Master of Arts Degree in Mental Health
Counseling and a Master of Science Degree in Administration and
Supervision from Gallaudet University in Washington, DC. She received
her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Family and Human Development
from Utah State University. Her background is impressive, having worked
at Valley Mental Health, Blomquist Hale Consulting, The Division of
Child and Family Services, and Family Services Foundation, Inc. Aimee
provides individual, couples, and family counseling services.
Aimee lost her husband in an auto accident a short time after they were married, giving her personal experience with grief and loss. Aimee has since remarried and has learned much from her experience. She has a beautiful little girl, Rylee, and a little boy, Bennett. Her specific areas of expertise include death and dying, trauma recovery, sexual addiction and self-esteem. Areas of special interest include working with sexual abuse survivors, pre-marital and marital counseling. She is a certified Rape Trauma Advocate. Aimee also enjoys working with teens entering the transitional stage to adulthood.
She has also taught seminars on stress management,
communication skills, de-stressing your marriage, grief and loss,
dealing with trauma, emergency preparedness, controlling and eliminating
pornography, and getting the most of your current employment.
Bonnie L. Hatch Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Bonnie received her Master of Social Work degree at the University of Utah, with an emphasis on mental health. She received her Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science with an emphasis in Social Work, from Utah Valley State University. Her background includes working in varied settings such as, Valley Mental Health, Blomquist Hale Consulting, Heritage Schools, and Wasatch Mental Health. Bonnie has also worked as a Rape Crisis Advocate for the Center for Women and Children in Crisis. Bonnie provides individual, family, and couples counseling services.
Bonnie’s clinical emphasis is in the areas of trauma recovery, working with survivors of domestic violence, spiritual issues,and divorce recovery. Areas of special interest include working with sexual abuse survivors, pre-marital and marital counseling, and sand tray therapy. Bonnie enjoys the opportunity to help people emotionally heal, and has a strong belief in the positive affects of the therapeutic process.She has also taught seminars on stress management, communication skills, forgiveness, dealing with trauma, critical incident stress debriefing, depression, substance abuse, warning signs of suicide risk, sexual harassment, anger management, and motivation to change.
Bonnie enjoys traveling, meeting new people, playing softball, watching college football, spending time with her family and her tea-cup poodle, Jack-Jack.