Alyssa Ringgenberg is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) providing services in individual, family, and group therapy. She enjoys working with children and adolescents, as well as with their family members. She has received training in Play Therapy techniques, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), domestic violence training (survivor & offender training), among other areas. Alyssa is a Certified Telemental Health Provider (CTMH). She is also certified in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), an evidence-based treatment shown to achieve significant improvement for a wide variety of mental health problems, involving the use of relaxing eye movements and the technique of voluntary memory/image replacement to change how negative images are stored in the brain.
Her specialities include:
-emotional and behavioral regulation
-trauma & PTSD (including abuse and neglect)
-domestic violence survivor & youth treatment
-body-focused repetitive behaviors (including hair pulling and skin picking)
Prior to private practice, Alyssa worked with general outpatient therapy agencies specializing in anxiety disorders, OCD, substance-abuse treatment, domestic violence treatment, DCFS cases, the foster care system, among other areas.
Alyssa is originally from Iowa, having also lived in the Northern Virginia/D.C. metro area prior to moving to Utah. She enjoys spending time outdoors, hiking, fishing, playing competitive volleyball, and spending time with her family and pets.
Masters of Social Work, Western New Mexico University
Masters of Arts in Forensic Psychology, Marymount UniversityBachelor of Arts in Psychology & Criminology, University of Northern Iowa
Please call our receptionist at 801-475-0402 to check appointment availability and verify insurance benefits before completing forms.
To set your first appointment with Alyssa, please click here. Type Alyssa's name and select Alyssa Ringgenberg from the drop down menu. Click "Register as a new Patient/Client". Please complete the information page as well as the "Biographical" form. From there you will have the option to bring up Alyssa's calendar and schedule your first appointment. Should you encounter any difficulties or need further instruction, please contact Angie at 801-475-0402.