Our Staff Commitment
The Staff at Serenity Recovery and Wellness are dedicated to the total behavioral health of our clients. We pride ourselves in going the extra mile for each client we serve. Those who come to Serenity Recovery and Wellness will see the difference in care compared to other programs when a new hope on life is renewed, crucial skills learned, and ongoing support are provided for each client to be successful with their mental health or sobriety.
Lyndsey Proctor, LCSW
Lyndsey Proctor, LCSW, is the Founder and Executive Director of Serenity Recovery and Wellness. Lyndsey has worked with women in many different capacities all throughout her career as a social worker. While working with women, Lyndsey saw a specific need to help moms that were pregnant or postpartum with their mental health. Lyndsey’s program is designed to be able to meet each client’s needs with the appropriate therapeutic support the client may need. Each client’s mental health needs are unique, so Lyndsey built her program to meet each persons needs by offering all different levels of care in different therapy settings.
Lyndsey graduated from the University of Utah with her Master of Social Work. Lyndsey went on to receive additional training with Postpartum Support International and John Gottman’s Bringing Baby Home, (A Program for New Parents Experiencing the Transition to Parenthood). Lyndsey is also EMDR trained, and is level one certified with The John Gottman series. She specializes in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders.
Lail Berrett, ACMHC, MA, NET
Lail specializes in Maternal Mental Health, primarily working with pregnant, and new mothers that are working through Postpartum Mood Disorders, including depression, anxiety, OCD and Bipolar. Lail notes, “It is fulfilling to help clients, which are dealing with anxiety, depression and over all stress that is disrupting normal and productive life, and helping them find peace and enjoyment in their lives again. I believe in the importance of retaining and creating healthy relationships that are fulfilling and healthy. My goal as a therapist is to create an understanding, supportive and loving environment which allows my clients to feel comfortable to share without judgment. It is important for clients to learn skills, including Cognitive Behavioral skills or Dialectic Behavioral skills that they may use throughout their treatment and beyond”.
Lail graduated with her Masters of Science Degree in Professional Counseling Grand Canyon U. Lail went on to receive additional training with Postpartum Support International and John Gottman’s Level One Training as well as “Bringing Baby Home”, (A Program for New Parents Experiencing the Transition to Parenthood).