Area of interests include:

  • reunification therapy
  • court involved therapy
  • parental alienation
  • high conflict families
  • family counseling

Michelle Jones, MS, LCSW, Clinical Director

Michelle was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA. Growing up in a multicultural family and living in a diverse environment made her culturally sensitive, especially to the needs of the vulnerable in the population. Naturally, these experiences led her to a career in Social Work. Michelle earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from Brigham Young University in 2000. Michelle’s career has included working in three residential treatment centers helping troubled teens and their families, working at LDS Family Services in Provo, and at Center for Change specializing in eating disorders. She has maintained a busy private practice since 2003. In recent years, Michelle has expanded her interests to helping families in high conflict divorce cases. She is concerned about the complex issues that parents and children face as they maneuver through the court process. She is working to make changes to increase the quality and specialty of court-involved therapy. She is currently a member of the executive committee of the National Parents Organization, which strives to promote shared parenting legislation. She is also a member of AFCC, which is the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, a world-wide organization which promotes quality standards of therapeutic interventions with court involved clients. Michelle enjoys playing the violin in the Timpanogos Symphony Orchestra, and spending time with her husband, four children, three step children, and four grandchildren.

  • mjones@concordiafamilies.com
  • (801) 923-2080