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    Hayley Hughes, LSCW

    Hayley earned a BS in Social Work from Brigham Young University in 2008. In 2010 she graduated from the University of Utah with an MS degree in Social Work. Hayley has worked in the mental health field for the past 6 years. Her work history includes Wasatch Mental Health, Intermountain Specialized Abuse Treatment Center, and most recently LDS Family Services. She specializes in working with expectant parents and adoptive couples. She has a love and passion for adoption, and enjoys the work she does.Hayley lives in Pleasant Grove with her husband and two sons.

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    Leslie Miles Stobbe, CSW

    Leslie received both her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree from the University of Utah. Leslie has counseled many different populations over the years but her passion is working with prospective and current adoptive couples. She loves building close relationships with her couples and preparing them for the wonderful, life-changing journey of adoption. Leslie is married and enjoys camping, powder skiing and mountain biking. She resides in Holladay, Utah.

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    Emily H. Anderson, LCSW

    Emily graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work. She received her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. She has been working in the social work field for over 9 years which includes 5 years of professional experience in adoption. I have a passion for working with and advocating for adoptive couples and birth families. Other work experiences includes counseling with adolescents, adults and families. Emily cares for the clients she works with and wants to provide support and education to aid them in their goals. In her free time she enjoys having fun experiences with her husband and son. Emily lives in Orem, Utah,

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    Shannon Lyon, LCSW

    Shannon received an undergraduate degree from Utah State University and then completed her master’s degree in social work at the University of Utah. She loves children and spent the beginning of her career in child welfare with the Division of Child and Family Services, the Christmas Box House, Youth Services, and LDS Family Services’ adoption program. She is passionate about adoption and enjoys her work with adoptees, expectant parents, and adoptive couples. In conjunction with child welfare, Shannon loves providing counseling to teens and adults struggling with mental health-related concerns. When she gets a few minutes to herself, she loves to sew or read.

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    Monica Hall, SSW

    Monica earned a Bachelors of Social Work from the University of Utah in 2005. She has worked as an adoption caseworker for the past eight years. Second of course to her own role of wife and mother, Monica believes that being an adoption worker has been the most rewarding experience she has been blessed to be part of. She believes it is a tremendous honor to cultivate a supportive role with adoptive families. She revels in the joy that comes when a child is placed with their forever family. As a proud adoptive aunt, and as well experiencing several years of fertility treatments, Monica has developed an even greater sensitivity to the journey of adoptive families. Monica enjoys decorating, performing music, and all things outdoors (camping, fishing, hiking, etc). She resides in Davis County with her husband and children.