Martha Lilia Soto Ceballos, MSW, ASUDC, LCSW
Owner | CEO | Multilingual Trauma Therapist
Pronouns: She, Her, Hers
Languages: Spanish, English & Portuguese
*Intermediate proficiency in Portuguese
Martha Lilia Soto Ceballos is a multilingual trauma therapist, born and raised in Mexico. She received her Master in Social Work and an Advanced Substance Used Disorder Counselor Certification from the University of Utah.
Martha Lilia is the owner, CEO and therapist at Inclusive Minded Counseling & Consulting, LLC (IMCC) and Field Practicum Instructor at the College of Social Work (CSW) at the University of Utah. She currently sees adult clients (18 years old and up) for therapy in Spanish & English, and does presentations and consultations (Spanish & English) in her communities about trauma informed care and cultural/ethnic inclusion. She is the founder of Viviendo Mejor con Martha which is a YouTube Channel that offers free trauma informed education and tools for healing in Spanish. This YouTube channel is solely dedicated to the Spanish speaking communities and trauma survivors.
Martha Lilia is a very passionate advocate for equality and justice for ALL and it is important for her to volunteer and give back to her communities. Therefore, she is an active member at committess that work towards integration and equality in mental health services for all Utahns and also collaborates with non-profits that support sexual assault survivors.
Last but never least, she is a mother of two amazing children and a fanatic of dancing and traveling. She enjoys spending time with her loved ones, connecting with her environment, and listening to music. And appreciates having time by herself while also enjoying the companionship of a good book, audiobook, movie, TV series, or YouTube video.
Arlyne Arteaga, CSW, MSW
Multilingual Trauma Therapist
Pronouns: She, Her, Hers
Languages: Spanish & English
Arlyne Arteaga is a proud member of the Hispanic/Latinx community. She received both her Bachelor’s
and Master of Social Work at the University of Utah with an emphasis in mental health.
Arlyne's family is from Mexico, she was born and raised in Utah. Diversity and culture are important to
Arlyne and she is passionate about helping her BIPOC and LGBTQ+ community. She emphasizes the
importance of social justice and equity for all and tries to involve these aspects in her work and personal
life. Arlyne'ss professional goal is to expand mental health access to BIPOC communities and decrease
the stigma of asking for help. When Arlyne is not working you can find her spending time outside, rock
climbing, playing with her dog, reading, or Latin dancing!
Chloe Agyin (A-gin), CSW, MSW
Pronouns: They, Them, Their
Chloe Agyin is a proud multiracial queer person. Chloe was born and raised in Southern California and has been a proud Utah resident for the past 8 years!
They received their Bachelor's degree in Family Studies from Brigham Young University and their Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Utah.
Chloe strives to create a therapeutic space centered on social justice, diversity, and equity with an emphasis on the LGBTQ+ and BIPOC communities. As a commitment to social justice, Chloe is involved with the OUT Foundation and Curly Me! whose purposes are to provide accessible resources to communities who are marginalized.
In their free time you can find Chloe reading a good book, hiking, or exploring the ever growing city that is Salt Lake.
Master of Social Work (MSW) Intern Student
College of Social Work, University of Utah
Pronouns: He, His, Him
Jude Husselbee was raised in Southern Utah and still feels most at home in the more rural parts of Utah. He attended Southern Utah University where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a Human Services emphasis and a minor in Women and Gender Studies. Jude also received 1 year of Mental Health Counselor training from New York University. Currently, Jude is pursuing his Master's of Social Work degree from the University of Utah.
Jude is a proud member of the LGBTQ+ communities and self-identifies as Queer. Jude's personal and professional goals are oriented around advocacy and equity for marginalized populations, particularly through opening access to mental health care in rural areas.
Jude spends his free time reading romance novels, playing D&D, and giving his dog at least 1000 kisses every day!