Camille Hawkins, LCSW
UIRC Secretary, Founder
Camille Hawkins is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the Founder of Utah Infertility Resource Center. She earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah and her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Utah State University.
Camille is passionate about helping individuals and couples manage the aspects of their lives that are affected by the strain of infertility and childlessness and works to help her clients navigate the complex worlds of infertility,third party reproduction, and adoption. Camille provides counseling to individua ls and couples,participates in local outreach, research, state and national advocacy, and presents on various topics such as"The Unique Challenges of Adoption when you've Struggled with Infertility" and "Raising your Adopted Child."
Before her work at UIRC, Camille was a therapist at The Family Support Center in Salt Lake City. Her focus was helping families recover from traumatic events and overcome mental health challenges. Camille’s professional experiences also include serving the Women’s, Children’s, and NICU units for Intermountain Healthcare. There, she worked as a crisis social worker assisting mothers who lost their babies due to miscarriage or stillbirth. Additionally, Camille has experience with childhood grief groups as a volunteer to the"littles" with The Sharing Place.
Camille has completed level 2 training from the Gottman Institute for Couples Therapy and was trained by the State of Utah in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Camille serves on the Utah Adoption Council and is a member of the Mental Health Practitioners Group of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine where she receives ongoing training. Camille began working in the field of infertility and adoption after the resolution of her own journey to parenthood. After many failed infertility treatments, she became a mom through adoption. In her spare time she enjoys being with her husband, two daughters, and two furbabies.