Dallin Ball

MSW Intern

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Dallin received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Utah Valley University and went on to receive a Master’s in Educational Psychology from Ball State University. It was during that degree that Dallin became more interested in clinical interventions with clients through the mode of therapy than his projected path of going into a PhD program for Clinical and Counseling Psychology. Dallin is now finishing up his Master’s of Social Work program through the University of Montana and will graduate in 2024.
Dallin recently finished his year one internship site at The Refuge Utah where he trained and specialized in seeing victims/survivors of sexual assault and domestic

Violence along with accompanying disorders like anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, etc. During his time at Utah Valley University, he spent time as a Crisis Text Line volunteer where he would converse with individuals who were having some form of crisis (e.g., self-harming, eating disorders, bullying, suicidal thoughts) and help get them into a “cool moment” so they could get the help and resources they needed.

Dallin recently became trained in the therapy modality of EMDR and is excited to see his clients heal through this process. He will also be seeking training certificates in Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) and Gottman’s Method.

Dallin was born and raised in a small town in Southern California. His parents taught him and his siblings many lessons while growing up, but one of those lessons was learning a hard work ethic. Dallin grew up playing sports, soccer being his favorite, and when he has free time, you will find him refereeing high school and community soccer around the Wasatch Front. Dallin is ready and willing to meet a client where they are currently at and work with them on being their best selves. Dallin is a strong advocate for his clients and wants them to have a say in their therapy goals and outcomes. There is more to life than just existing in it and Dallin hopes to help people recover who they once were and enjoy all that is around them.

  •  Abuse
  •  Addictions
  •  Adoption (Attachment Disorders)
  •  Anger
  •  Anxiety
  •  Bipolar
  •  Borderline Personality
  •  Codependency
  •  Co-Occurring Disorders
  •  Coping Skills
  •  Couples Counseling
  •  Cultural Issues
  •  Death and Aging
  •  Defiance (ODD, Conduct Disorder)
  •  Depression
  •  Divorce/Blended Family
  •  Domestic Violence
  •  Disordered Eating
  •  Eating Disorders
  •  Emotional Management Problems/ Reactivity
  •  Family Concerns
  •  Gender and Identity
  •  Grief and Loss
  •  Inner Child Work
  •  LGBTQ+ Safe
  •  Marriage Counseling
  •  Parenting/Parent-Child
  •  Phobias
  •  Pornography Addiction
  •  Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  •  Postpartum Depression/Anxiety
  •  Premarital Counseling
  •  Prevention Education
  •  Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)
  •  Relationship and Communication
  •  Religious/Faith Transitioning
  •  School
  •  Self-Esteem
  •  Self-Harm
  •  Sexual Abuse
  •  Sexual Health & Identity
  •  Social/Anxiety Disorders
  •  Spirituality
  •  Stress
  •  Substance Abuse
  •  Trauma
  •  Veterans
  •  Women’s Issues


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Friday: 9am - 5pm

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