Our Therapists

Lucy Bailey, CSW

Lucy has a master’s degree in Social Work from The University of Utah. As a mother of children with their own unique abilities, Lucy understands the heavy challenges that families face every day. She is skilled in helping families navigate and overcome challenges by building on the strengths and skills they already have. 

Lucy has an appreciation for creative art and loves expressing herself through playing her guitar, singing, sketching, watercolor painting, and writing poetry. She enjoys gardening, baking cakes, and spending time at home with her family.

Lisa D S Johnson, LCSW

Lisa began her private practice in January 2013 with Aspire: A Network of Counseling Professionals. In April 2020, she was ready to spread her wings and begin a new adventure by relocating her practice and opening A Brighter Journey Counseling Services in Clearfield Utah.

Lisa has lived in Utah for most of her life and enjoys the engaging in her community. She enjoys her time with her Husband and two dogs, Annie a French Bulldog and Mogli an Olde English Bulldogge. She loves to go hiking and camping with her extended family in the Grand Teton National Park.

Lucy's Areas of Practice

Lucy has focused her career in the Weber and Davis County area serving her community since 2012. Lucy is passionate about working with children, adolescence, and family issues. She works with individuals, groups, couples, and families; children as young as 8 years old, adolescents, and adults. Her areas of expertise include Abuse Recovery, Anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Body Image Issues, Depression, Grief & Loss, LGBTQ+, Stress Management, and Trauma Recovery.

Lisa's Areas of Practice

Lisa has focused her career in the Davis County community since 2005. She specializes in working with clients over the age of fourteen. Her areas of expertise include Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, Marital Issues, Women's Issues, Infertility, Grief & Loss ,Eating Disorders, Chronic Pain/Health Issues, Phase of Life Issues, Family Difficulties, Difficult Relationship Dynamics, and Christian Counseling.