Camille Tuttle, tLMHC

MA, Counseling: Clinical Mental Health, 2021
Marshall University, Huntington, WV

BS, Psychology and Human Development, 2019
Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

Camille's Areas
of Expertise


Get to know Camille

Camille Tuttle, tLMHC is an energetic and curious person who loves people. She seeks to help others improve their well-being.

Meaningful Relationships

In her previous roles, she has enjoyed creating genuine and trusting relationships with clients. The therapeutic process requires collaboration between the provider and the individuals receiving care, and this is something that Camille excels at. Witnessing as people open themselves up to positive changes is a beautiful thing to witness and offer support in.

Outside of session, Camille enjoys being outdoors, especially when hiking, kayaking, boating, skiing, going for walk, birdwatching, or playing pickleball. Additionally, she enjoys spending time with friends, family, and people who make her laugh or widen her horizons.

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