Lujean Marshall, CSW


Lujean Marshall received her Master of Social Work Degree at the University of Utah Graduate School of Social Work.

She received her Bachelor of Social Work Degree at Brigham Young University.

She received her Associate Degree in Behavioral Science at Utah Valley University.

She has extensive experience in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Strength Based Therapy, and Assertiveness Training. She began working in the mental health field over 20 years ago at Utah Valley University’s Turning Point, Center for Personal and Career Development. Her experience there includes personal consultations helping individuals struggling with life transitions and self-confidence. She teaches group psychoeducational classes covering effective communication skills, empowerment through accountability, healthy self-concepts, stress management, anger management, and healthy relationship skills.

She has also participated in the Utah Domestic Violence Coalition and the North County Multi-Agency Response Team. She graduated from the Weber State College Victim Assistance Academy and has training and experience assisting victims of childhood sexual abuse and sexual assault who need to heal from the abuse and regain their own personal power. For several years she headed up the Clothesline Project at Utah Valley University which gives individuals affected by abuse a chance to voice their feelings by writing their messages on T-shirts, which are displayed twice a year as a public awareness activity.>

Lujean is passionate about empowering people to overcome challenges by drawing on their own inherent strengths and support systems. People who come to her office find a safe place to tell their story, process their emotions, and learn the knowledge and skills needed to work through their afflictions and find balance in their mental and emotional health.

She has a particular affinity to those who have difficulty finding acceptance and support in the cultures that surround them. She offers compassionate and nonjudgmental therapy to anyone in need.