- Morning Light CounselingCounselor, Presenter, Singer/Songwriter, present
- LDS Family Services
- BYU Education Week
- Beacon Family Mental Health
- AMCAP (Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists)
- Covenant Communications
- Valley Mental Health
Carrie Maxwell Wrigley, LCSW, is a counselor, teacher, singer/songwriter, and mother of five. She has a passion for helping people improve their lives and families, and currently provides individual, marriage, and family therapy in her private counseling practice, Morning Light Counseling, in Sandy, Utah. She has newly launched a Morning Light Counseling Resource Library online, with references to books, articles, websites, and other resources to support the healing and self-help process.
Carrie has taught for ten years at BYU Education Week and in a variety of other venues (see her Education Week talk on depression, first recorded for KBYU-TV in 2005.) Her 3 music CD's, much of her sheet music, and many handouts and teaching outlines are available from Morning Light Publishing.
Carrie served as Website Development Coordinator for AMCAP, the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists, and she has been a strong advocate for integrating spirituality in psychotherapy. Her twenty years of counseling experience have taught her that emotional healing is best facilitated when it honors and includes the value system of the individual in the healing process.
Carrie holds a BFA in Theatre and a Master's in Social Work from the University of Utah, and she loves blending the insights from the mental health field with the power of the arts and communications media.
Helping people heal - deep down and permanently - is her passion; and she uses her counseling background and artistic gifts to pursue that central goal.
- University of Utah
- Olympus High School
- Cottonwood High School