Ashley is an owner of Connections Family Wellness and is located at the Logan office. She is also a founder of the nonprofit organization, Loving Legacy Charitable Foundation.  Ashley studied at Utah State University. She is strengths-focused and is able to help clients to find inner strength and confidence they never knew they had.

She is passionate about helping clients make meaningful connections and achieve the balance they are searching for. She has experience working with couples, families, and individuals of all ages and backgrounds. She has helped clients who have struggled with anxiety, depression, addiction, relationships, grief and trauma. Ashley has a genuine love for people and feels grateful to be a part of their journey. Ashley enjoys combining therapy with recreational or experiential activites.



Angie loves the privilege of sharing in clients’ healing journeys. She brings compassion,
authenticity, and integrity to her therapeutic work. Angie helps clients struggling with a range
of issues including life transitions, codependency, anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, and
parenting and communication difficulties. Her background includes work with individuals and
families as well as over a decade of college teaching experience.

Angie works with a range of modalities, including Mindfulness and Self-compassion and
emotional skills development.  She has specialized training in Eye Movement Desensitization
and Reprocessing (EMDR), Brainspotting, and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) that can help clients bridge the divide between what their heads know and how their emotions and nervous systems respond. In addition to being a therapist, Angie is a registered yoga teacher and is certified in Grief Yoga® .

Kyra L.


The process of change and healing can be overwhelming, but it is one you don’t have to do alone. Kyra has had the opportunity to help many children, teenagers, and adults on their journey to happiness and healing. She works with her clients to help them in building a set of healthy coping skills, strengthening their self-esteem, and improving their interpersonal relationships. Kyra has experience working with clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, trauma, attachment difficulties, and ADHD.

Kyra uses the modalities of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Brainspotting to help her clients in facilitating the change they desire.



Sarah has a strong desire to help others, and is passionate about social issues, mental health, and the importance of families. She is currently studying at the University of Alabama, working on her Masters of Social Work.

Sarah is emphasizing in children and families. She believes that all people deserve access to the tools needed to heal and learn self-compassion. She feels excited to be working in this field and loves to make a positive impact. 


Beth Inglehart is a Licensed Massage Therapist, practicing professionally since 1998. She is a trained Myomassologist, and her areas of expertise include CranioSacral Therapy (through the Upledger Institute), Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Energy Work (Chakra Balance, Quantum Energy Healing), Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue & Sports Massage, and Traumatic Injury Release Treatment.

She also works on children to infants, as well as performing prenatal massage. She has been a teacher assistant for both massage schools and the Upledger Institute since 2000. Beth has a very unique touch, and is able to “read” your body to give you a completely customized, optimal healing & relaxing experience.