Roger Mifflin is a licensed clinical social worker at the McKay-Dee Behavioral Health Institute Center for Counseling. He has worked for 26 years in a variety of clinical settings. His background includes working in a community mental health center and twelve years with The Division of Child and Family Services providing individual/family therapies to teenagers and abused/neglected children.
Additionally, his work includes treating children in both inpatient and outpatient settings at McKay-Dee Behavioral Health Institute over a 14 year period. He specializes in the treatment of depression, anxiety and substance abuse disorders with both adults and adolescents. He also works with couples and families in treating marital problems and divorce issues.
Mr. Mifflin received his Bachelor of Science in psychology from Brigham Young University in 1979. He earned his Master of Social Work Degree in 1982 from the University of Utah with specialization in marital and family therapies. His professional interests include healthy vs. dysfunctional family dynamics, self esteem, boundary issues in relationships and co-dependency.