The Nurse Practitioners Behind Valley Women’s Behavioral Health Group


Valley Women’s Health continues to lead the industry in delivering innovative and patient-focused care for women with its new Behavioral Health group led by Sarah Roberts N.P. and Tiniesha Jensen N.P.

In the past year, more than one in five women in the United States have experienced mental disorders like depression and anxiety. Women have a complex interplay of brain chemistry, hormones and external stressors that can make them more affected by many mental health conditions. This often requires unique treatment approaches.

Because it can take weeks or months to see a psychiatrist or therapist, Valley saw the need to make treatment more accessible for their patients.

“Our goal is that any women who are struggling are guaranteed rapid access to quality, expert care. We want women across Utah to know we are here to help. We will always have someone to develop a plan of care and to connect them with the resources they need for recovery and healing,” Tiniesha says.

To make that possible, Valley created the Behavioral Group. Sarah and Tiniesha are dedicated to providing mental wellness care for Valley patients.

“We have longer appointments to provide adequate time to focus on our patient’s needs. We have urgent, same-day appointments for patients in crisis, and we have various community partnerships to allow for holistic, integrated and streamlined management of their care,” Sarah says.

Sarah is from the small town of Annabelle, Utah. She received a nursing degree from Brigham Young University and worked as an R.N. with both Utah Surgical Associates and Valley Women’s Health. She completed her graduate degree at BYU to become a nurse practitioner and has focused her practice on helping women access the mental health support they need.

Tiniesha is originally from Huntington, Utah and has a bachelor’s degree in both nursing and psychology as well as a graduate degree from the University of Cincinnati as a family nurse practitioner. With specialty training in addiction recovery and pain management, she is committed to helping women find the safest route to healing.

To make an appointment to see Sarah or Tiniesha, contact Valley’s Provo or American Fork offices.

Valley Behavioral Health Group

To schedule an appointment with Sarah or Tiniesha, call one of these locations:

  • American Fork OB/GYN Group 801.756.9635
  • Provo OB/GYN Group 801.374.1801

Other Valley Locations:

  • American Fork Midwife Group 801.756.1577
  • Orem Midwife Group 801.404.5588
  • Provo Women’s Primary Care & OB 801.374.1801
  • Springville OB/GYN Group 801.489.0111
  • St. George OB/GYN Group 435.628.1662
  • Vineyard/Orem OB/GYN Group 801.669.5758
  • Gynecologic Oncology Group 385.347.5450

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