Niki Wolfe is an Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CMHC) and a Social Service Worker (SSW). She graduated from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona with her Bachelors and completed her Masters in Mental Health Counseling, through University of Phoenix locally.

She has participated in Diversion Programs in several States working with early intervention and prevention of juvenile offenders.

Niki is also a certified Mediator, providing an alternative way of resolving disputes between two or more parties. Acting as a third party, Niki, assists people in negotiating their own settlements.

Niki initially began her career working in the Juvenile Justice Services in a Community Based Restitution Program before moving over to the Division of Child and Family Services. She spent 11 years with the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) before transitioning to Adult Protective Services (APS) to investigate abuse, neglect and exploitation of vulnerable adults. Niki has worked on many teams to improve the laws around both child abuse and abuse against vulnerable adults. She finished her career with the State of Utah in 2014, working for the Attorney General’s Office, Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) as their Education Specialist to pursue a private practice through In Tune Counseling & Coaching now located in Millcreek, Utah. She also worked extensively with dual diagnosis clients through Valley Behaviroal Health in an effort to assist individuals with a Mental Health diagnosis and an additional diagnosis of addiction.

Currently she continues private practice while working with patients that have an HIV diagnosis, many of which also have additional diagnosis of addiction, PTSD / Trauma, and other SPMI diagnosis.