April Yazzie is from Provo, Utah. She is of Mexican descent and is born to the Tsin Sikaadnii (Clump Tree/Lone Tree) people. April is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and has been practicing in her field for five years. In those five years, she has experience with primarily the Native American population and people from multi-racial backgrounds. Her first years focused on those struggling with drug addictions and other mental health symptoms. She then developed a passion for working with youth ages 8 to 21 years old. April works from a Person-Centered approach, using Positive Psychology and Mindfulness. She also has been trained in trauma-focused methodologies. April’s work is driven towards empowering individuals and families, providing a safe place for expression and healing.