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Dean E. Barley named director of BYU Comprehensive Clinic

Dean E. Barley was recently appointed the new director of the Brigham Young University Comprehensive Clinic, replacing Russell Crane who has served the clinic for four years. Adam Moore, a recent BYU doctoral training program graduate, was announced as the assistant director.

“Each of us knows someone who struggles with mental or emotional health problems,” Barley said. “The clinical research we perform is making significant contributions that impact the way clinic services are delivered. Our goal at the clinic is to work together to ensure those struggling with mental and emotional health issues discover a pathway to recovery.”

Barley served previously as the associate director of clinical services at the BYU clinic for 12 years. He received a bachelor of science degree in psychology from BYU, a master’s degree in social work from the University of Utah, and a doctorate in counseling psychology from BYU.

Moore finished doctoral training in marriage and family therapy working at the clinic, where he has provided therapy services in English and Spanish since 2005 and was most recently a coordinator for Intermountain Healthcare’s Employee Assistance Program in St. George, Utah.

The BYU Comprehensive Clinic offers a wide range of assessment and counseling services for individuals, couples and families in the Utah County community. Counseling services are provided by graduate interns from the psychology, marriage and family therapy, and social work programs at BYU. In addition to counseling services, the clinic continuously conducts research to discover more effective ways to help individuals and families become mentally and emotionally healthy.

To learn more about the services the Comprehensive Clinic offers, visit the website at ccmh.byu.edu or call 801-422-7759.

Writer: Jessica Hernandez

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