Ali Booth LCSW

PHP/IOP Clinical Director

Alison was born and raised in Alberta, Canada. Her extended family is all still currently in Vancouver, BC. Ali came to Utah to attend BYU for her Masters in Social Work and then never went back. She met her husband through a mutual friend who was playing hockey with him. Needless to say hockey is the number one sport in their home. Scottish Dance is a close second with soccer. She has 3 kiddos that keep her running everywhere with all of the above mentioned activities. Her oldest graduated in 2022, and will be studying nursing. Her son is fifteen and finally growing a wee bit and starting high school at Skyridge this coming year. Alison’s twelve year old and is the spunkiest out of the three. She is holding her breath through another few years of middle school with her.

Ali is passionate about working with eating disorders. She lost a close friend to this illness, which drives her daily to assist where she can to help this population fight for their lives and get their freedom back. She has worked with this population for about 15 years now. Before Center for Change, she worked at LDS family Services in Sandy, UT on the Eating Disorder team running groups and individual therapy.

After a short oasis to Saudi Arabia with her family, Alison heard Center for Change was hiring in 2017 and she has been here ever since.  She feels it has been a real privilege to be a member of the CFC family and to be a part of this great work.