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Trusted Guidance, Quality Care

Christopher Bezzant grew up in rural, south east Idaho. Chris earned a masters degree in clinical psychology in 2012 from California State University—Northridge. Following graduate school in southern California Chris spent two years as a therapist in residential treatment in Utah working with adolescents diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. This experience also included working with adolescents with eating disorders, behavioral and conduct issues, and academic problems. Most recently Chris has completed his coursework in a counseling psychology PhD program at the University of Denver and expects to have his doctoral degree in the near future. During his time in Colorado, Chris worked as a therapist in a community mental health agency with a broad range of clients and mental health concerns. During graduate training in his doctoral program, he worked in hospital and primary care settings as an integrated care provider supporting patients who had sustained acute injuries or cerebral vascular accidents. These services were given in inpatient and outpatient settings. Many patients that Chris saw benefited from behavioral health interventions (such as smoking cessation, diabetes management, weight management, short-term substance abuse treatment). Chris provides a variety therapy services including individual, couple, family, and group therapy. His primary approaches to therapy include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Short-term Psychodynamic therapy, and Emotion Focus Therapy (EFT). Chris enjoys watching and playing sports, being in the outdoors, and spending time with his wife and three children.