Landon is a graduate from the University of Utah, top-ranked Doctor of Nursing Practice program. He has worked in all levels of psychiatric care over the last ten years. His experience began as a psychiatric technician working with pediatric and adolescent patients, and as a nurse with young adults in addiction recovery and at the Utah State Hospital, VA, and West Ridge Academy. 
Landon Moyers

As a nurse and resident, he has worked with forensic, adult, adolescent, and pediatric populations. Three of those years were as a nurse working directly with children with a variety of presentations including behavioral disorders, fetal alcohol syndrome, autism spectrum and pervasive developmental disorders, and psychosis. Since he began his graduate studies, he has received an additional eight semesters of extensive training in dialectical behavioral therapy, parent-child interaction therapy, and attachment focused therapy, with a focus on the pathophysiology of mental illness and adult and pediatric psychopharmacology.

Landon has a passion for helping individuals find health at all levels of their lives using a biopsychosocial approach that addresses the client’s genetics and physiology, as well as their psychological, social, and spiritual health. He is always reading to stay up to date on the latest evidence-based treatments and finds joy in helping clients find the balance that they seek.