Craig French is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. He has a passion for working with couples, families and teens. Craig has been working with teenagers in various roles for the past 20 years. He has worked in residential treatment centers, in group homes, in acute inpatient facilities, and in partial hospitalization programs. He also coached high school baseball. Prior to his move to strictly outpatient therapy, Craig was the therapist for the Mental Health Track for Summit Family-Centered Day Treatment at the Behavioral Health Institute.
Craig works with people aged 12 to retirement. He regularly treats issues including depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, cutting or self-harm, marital issues, family issues, abuse, trauma, and pain management among others. He does not provide services for substance abuse or autism spectrum disorders.
Craig came to Utah from Canada in 1993 to get an education at Weber State University and has been in Utah ever since. He graduated with a BS in Family Studies in 1998, and soon thereafter licensed as a Social Service Worker. He graduated from the University of Utah with an MSW in 2004.