503 W 2600 S, Suite 200
Bountiful, UT 84010


About Us

Angela Hinkle, LMFT



  • Master of Science in Marriage & Family Therapy, Capella University, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Honors Degree
  • Bachelor of Science in Sociology, Minor in Human Relations & Family Studies and Certification in Criminology & Corrections, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • LEAP (Listen Empathize Agree Partner) Certified


Angela has been a Marriage & Family Therapist since 2013 and has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults through providing individual, couples, and family therapy. She is experienced in working with clients who have faced some of the most difficult life challenges such as separation or divorce, grief, family problems, substance abuse, and mental illness. 

Her specialties include anxiety, anger management, behavioral issues, learning disabilities, bipolar disorder, career counseling, coping skills, depression, family conflict, infidelity, parenting skills, relationship issues, self-esteem, spirituality, substance abuse, and transgender issues.

Angela believes in the chance to help people in a deep and meaningful way. 


Angela was born and raised in Southern California, she lived in Oklahoma for many years before moving to Utah. Angela enjoys baking bread, crocheting, geocaching, and spending time with her family. Angela has raised a son with a mental illness and truly understands the challenges families and individuals face.

Angela believes that relationships are fundamental to the health and well-being of individuals and all who are attached to them (family, friends, employers, community members, pets, etc). Angela truly believes that everyone has special talents and abilities, and they are at their best when all their social, emotional, physical, spiritual, and intellectual needs are being met. Each person has had various experiences in their lives which have developed them into who they are now, sometimes those experiences are negative and they need a safe place where they can heal and mend from those experiences. Angela believes that this healing starts with an open, caring therapist who can met them where they are and take them to where they want to be, with the goal being a happy and healthy individual. 

Hillary Gregory, LCMHC



  • Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of Nevada
  • Dual Bachelors Degree from Southern Utah University in Psychology and Family Life and Human Development with an emphasis in Family Services.


Hillary is an experienced clinical therapist with a demonstrated history of working in the mental health care industry. Hillary is skilled in Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Juvenile Sex Offender Specific Treatment, Trauma Focused Therapy, Group Therapy and Crisis Intervention. Her preferred client population is adolescents and young adults with mental health issues including Substance Use and co-occurring disorders. 


In her free time, Hillary loves to travel and scuba dive with her husband. She also enjoys watching scary movies, singing while driving on old dirt roads in her 4Runner, and playing the acoustic guitar. Hillary is a fan of Major League Soccer and will support Real Salt Lake until she dies.

Maureen Noble, Expressive Art Facilitator & ACMHC




  • Bachelor of Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
  • Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Chicago School of Professional Psychology  


Maureen has been in the mental health field working with adolescents, emerging adults and families since 2006. Maureen is passionate about supporting and guiding individuals’ exploration of his/her personal values and belief systems - taking a collaborative and holistic approach to counseling. Maureen has specialized in art therapy, believing the imagination and the unconscious are an entryway, as to find insight, meaning, empowerment and connection. She has worked with adolescents and adults suffering from trauma, anxiety, depression, gender and identity issues, self-esteem challenges and individuals with learning differences. Maureen has experience in Art Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Play Therapy.

In her five years in Utah, Maureen has worked in residential and private practice settings as an experiential art therapist in individual and group settings. Maureen believes that through the evidenced-based art assessments and interventions, individuals can bypass the roadblocks of language, stigma, and culture as to uncover hope, build resilience and self-compassion; promoting lasting healing and growth. When Maureen isn’t working, she enjoys “arting,” skiing, reading and spending time with her family and beloved kitty and two labs.

About Us


As a child, Angela's extended family, especially her grandparents were a huge part of her life. One set of grandparents lived on a street called Molokai for over 60 years. In their backyard they had huge beautiful Hibiscus flowers. Molokai means gathering of ocean waters. When Angela became a therapist, she wanted a way to honor her grandparents, thus Molokai Marriage & Family Therapy was born. Molokai's mission is the gathering of relationships.

We all communicate, in various ways and sometimes we need help with that communication and that is where Molokai comes in. Molokai is a judgement free place, where you can talk about the things going on in your life to find some peace.

Insurances Accepted:

Cigna, Select Health, EMI, Aetna, United Healthcare, Tricare, and various EAP's

We offer telehealth services as well.