Tyrell B. King, M.A., is currently enrolled at Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ. He is a Psy.D. student trained in integrated healthcare and clinical psychology. He received his undergraduate and associate’s degree from Utah State University in Logan, Utah. At Utah State, he majored in psychology with a minor in Family, Consumer, and Human Development. He also received a second minor in Business/Entrepreneurship. In undergrad, he loved living in Cache Valley and he loves being back in the mountains and all they have to offer. Tyrell enjoys skiing, playing hockey, riding horses, and messing around on anything with an engine. Family and friends are very important to Tyrell and central to his personal success and growth. He is excited to be part of the ID-PIC team and loves the in-depth training he is being provided. Specifically, Tyrell is excited to be engaged in an integrated healthcare setting and working directly with psychological and medical staff in ways that are meaningful to patients. He also enjoys working at the State Hospital South where an array of unique experiences have further honed his skills as a clinician and as an individual.
Leysset Silva, M.S., is a Psychology Intern at Pearl Health Clinic. She completed her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology at Albizu University, and is currently working toward her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. In the last four years, she has had the opportunity to work with various populations that have allowed professional and personal growth. Among the populations that she has worked with, she has comprehensive experience with adult and adolescent patients who suffer from borderline personality disorder. Her philosophy of life goes hand in hand with the most basic principles of the psychology profession; help those in most need. She considers herself responsible, and passionate about everything she does. Her strengths include diligence, humility, sociability, lots of energy and eagerness to learn. Ley’s interests include outdoor activities, dancing and being an avid dog lover.
Christie Valentino-Sundy, M.A., is a Psychology Resident at Boise State University Counseling Services. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Gannon University. She completed her Master’s degree in Psychology, and is currently working towards her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Medaille College. Her experience has been primarily in school settings and community mental health clinics. Christie’s clinical interests are psychotherapy with the high school and college-aged population, focusing on anxiety, ADHD, depression, and personality disorders. Her approach draws from person-centered care, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Biopsychosocial models. In her free time, Christie enjoys spending time with her family and friends, watching the Buffalo Bills, and participating in a number of sporting activities.