Ganiece Duhaime, LACMHC
Ganiece Duhaime, LCMHC
I was born in Little Rock, AR and moved around most of my life. I come from a line of military veterans. In 2007 I separated from military service and completed my education to become a clinical mental health counselor. I came to Utah in 2012 and continued my experience in the field. I did my internship hours in a day treatment setting for latency age children at Northern Utah Counseling. I learned about trauma-focused therapy, post adoption treatment, attachment building models, and school services. In 2013 I began working at Early Life Psych and Ed Center, as a postgraduate intern. Through that, I was able to learn more about private practice and neuropsychological testing processes. Additionally I learned about IDEA, FAPE, IEP, and 504s. In 2014 I returned to the day treatment as a full time group therapy specialist. I have enjoyed the partial hospitalization setting and developing more streamlined processes for successful step down care. In 2016 I became the clinical director at Northern Utah Counseling. I have since been a mental health consultant on ABC news and have been working on preliminary research on fibromyalgia as it correlates to sensory processing disorder.