Therapists Jacob Gibson

Jacob Gibson Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT

I earned a B.S. in Psychology from Brigham Young University in 2000, and an M.S. & Ph.D. in Marriage & Family Therapy from Loma Linda University in 2008. From the beginning of my college education, I wanted to work with families, and even more so with the teenagers in the families. I saw my first clients in 2001, and for the last 2 years have been in private practice, building the foundation of an organization that will serve families in our community for many years to come. I’ve worked with families in community clinics, residential treatment for teens, and now in my private practice. I’m formally trained in EMDR and IASIS Microcurrent neurofeedback and practice from a trauma-informed, empathetic, meet-the-clients-where-they-are, systemic, CBT-based approach. All this education and training is so my clients feel confident in the professional skills that complement the personal characteristics they’ll sense when working with me. Personal change is real and is possible for anyone willing to put forth the work.

I am a husband, father, brother, son, friend, and other roles similar to what my clients have. My relationship experiences in these roles help me understand what my clients are going through. And though we are all different, we are also very much alike in our hopes/dreams/fears/strengths/weaknesses/experiences. Through offering mutual respect and value for each other’s experiences and views, we develop trust for each other and the process of therapy.


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Doralie Gale

Doralie Gale Marriage & Family Therapist

Doralie is a Marriage and Family Therapy graduate student at Abilene Christian University. She has a bachelor’s degree in social work from Utah State University. Doralie has worked as a case manager for the State of Utah, as the coordinator of multiple after school programs, and in a middle school counseling office. She has also spent a lot of her time volunteering at local schools. Doralie has been married for 14 years and has 2 super cool kids. She is an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She enjoys hiking, gardening, reading, listening to podcasts, cooking, anything funny, and chocolate chip cookies. Doralie enjoys working with families and couples and uses Gottman’s Marriage Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and Bowen’s Intergenerational Family Systems Theory in a family setting. When working with individuals Doralie uses collaborative therapy, solution-focused, and Bowen’s Theory to help clients navigate depression, anxiety, relational struggles, and grief.