Sierra Dumas is a Certified Social Worker. She enjoys working with teenagers and adults. Sierra’s approach is to partner with clients and support them in gaining the understanding and skills needed to successfully navigate life and overcome mental health challenges, particularly attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, and anxiety.
Sierra grew up in California but also lived in Utah as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and as a student at Brigham Young University (BYU). Her interest in mental health started with volunteering and then working at the Utah State Hospital. Her passion to provide effective treatment grew as she witnessed the impacts of mental health challenges in the lives of her friends and family. Sierra obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Family Life at BYU. While finishing her degree, she felt a strong desire to pursue a career in social work. She returned to California and completed her Master of Social Work degree from California State University Fullerton. Sierra has a fervent desire to assist those who struggle with mental illness to take back control of their lives.
Whenever possible, Sierra loves traveling (especially to new places to spend time with friends). She enjoys the beauty of the outdoors and loves hiking and kayaking. She also delights in making new friends, learning about her ancestors, setting and accomplishing goals, and listening to great audio books.