Kami Macey

Kami Macey

Executive Director

Kami says she got her start in mental health as she grew into adulthood. She realized that shame, image driven decisions, and judgement were not the ways to live a full life. She began shedding some of those layers and found that her most prized attribute was being honest and authentic. She found that being intentionally authentic, while challenging, brought a greater love for self and others. Realizing how difficult that can be, she tries to create a non-judgemental environment for the people she crosses paths with. Her education in Parks and Recreation continued to develop her deep appreciation for community work and self-care. She further spent time developing her organizational skills as she worked in positions where she headed the organization and management of community sports leagues, events, and races. Her passion for mental health grew more and more powerful as her husband, Porter, pursued his education in Marriage and Family Therapy. They regularly discussed their ideas for the future and what they could do together as a team.

Kami’s decision to become involved in Amber Creek was motivated by her love for people and a desire to make a positive impact in her community. She believes one of the best ways to accomplish this is by focusing on mental health. When presented with the opportunity to acquire Amber Creek in April of 2019, it didn’t take long for them to decide this was a great opportunity to reach the goals they had been talking about for so many years. When faced with clinic decisions Kami is thoughtful on how the outcome will best serve the mental health of the clinicians, staff, and clients alike. She is always thinking of ways to expand the reach that Amber Creek has and feels that if a difference can be made for even one person, the work is worth it.

Outside of work Kami enjoys adventuring with her husband of 15 years and their 3 children. She loves playing soccer, is a self-taught wood-worker, and loves creating memories whether it’s midnight sledding, hiking to hot springs, or worldwide travel. She misses her hometown of Logan, UT, but after spending 6 years living in other states she’s glad to be making Salt Lake County her home.



9295 South 1300 East
Sandy, UT 84094

info@ambercreekcounseling.com
801-455-0045

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