Haylee Bladen, LCSW, Clinical Director
Haylee earned her Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. She is enthusiastic about prevention and inspiring girls to reach and own their full potential through pyschoeducational workshops and therapeutic interventions. Haylee has been in the social work field for over ten years. She has worked with many diverse populations, such as youth in custody, foster children, step families, substance abuse clients, hospice patients, refugees, victims of trauma and many more. She currently works as a therapist in a school-based mental health program as well as serving as Wholekids' Clinical Director. She enjoys spending time with her husband and daughters, being outdoors, and traveling.
Heidi Perkes, CSW, Therapist
Heidi earned her Bachelor's Degree in Social Work from Utah State University and her Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. Through her education and work experience Heidi has had the opportunity to practice in hospital settings, a foster care agency and a teenage residential treatment center. Through this experience Heidi has gained a love and passion for working with children and teenagers. This passion has led her to become specialized in working with youth that struggle with mood disorders, attachment difficulties, substance abuse and self-harm issues. Heidi loves empowering others, and believes that each individual deserve to feel safe, loved and important. Heidi was born and raised in Logan, Utah where she found a love for hiking, camping, and all things "summer." She loves spending time exploring with her husband and two little boys.
Danielle Tanner, CSW, Therapist
Danielle began working in the mental health industry in 2012. She quickly developed a passion for working with youth and their families when she worked as a youth mentor. She has several years of experience working in a residential treatment setting with teenage boys and girls. Danielle earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Utah. Danielle is enthusiastic about working with youth who struggle with a variety of challenges including depression, anxiety, spirituality, self-esteem, substance use, grief and loss and trauma. She believes that as children and adolescents learn the tools to build healthy relationships, they will develop the skills necessary to overcome these challenges and be successful in all aspects of life. In her free time Danielle enjoys traveling, reading, bowling and spending time with her friends and family.
Kari Yurth, CMHC, Therapist
Kari graduated with a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University in 2013 and with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Weber State University in 2007. She has been practicing as a mental health therapist for 5 years and has a background working in mental health treatment facilities for a total of 8 years. She specializes in working with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma and/or abuse, have difficulty managing anxiety and emotions, have trouble engaging with others socially, and who aren’t performing well academically. She also enjoys working with adults who battle with mood and anxiety related disorders. When she is not working, she fills her time working on creative projects, attending live music festivals and concerts, singing and learning how to play the piano, shopping, and spending quality time with her family and friends.
Jay Bladen, MS, Owner/Motivational Mentor
Jay earned his degree in Family Consumer Human Development from Utah State University, as well as a Master's Degree in business management. He is passionate about his current work in helping kids and teens to realize their full potential through motivational mentoring. Jay grew up shy, reserved and terrified of heights. He learned to conquer his fears and finds happiness in empowering others do the same so they do not miss out on life's opportunities. He is passionate about rock climbing, soccer, enjoying the wide outdoors and spending time with his family.