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Kourtney Layton & Associates
Kourtney Layton was inspired to embark on a career as a vocational rehabilitation counselor because of her mother, who was also in the same profession. At a young age, she was already aware of how the vocational rehab process helped individuals become empowered and independent. It clearly made quite an impression on her.

Ms. Layton has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology degree from the University of Utah. She received her Masters of Science degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Utah State University, where she was on a full academic scholarship. She later took post-graduate life care planning certification courses at the University of Florida.

Kourtney Layton has worked in the field of vocational rehabilitation since 2006. She is a Certified Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), a Certified Life Care Planner (CLCP), and a Certified Vocational Expert recognized by the Social Security Administration. She is a Licensed Rehabilitation Counselor (LVRC) in the state of Utah and has an International Psychometric Evaluation Certification (IPEC). She is also a Fellow with the American Board of Vocational Experts.

Kourtney Layton
In 2009, Kourtney Layton set up her own vocational rehabilitation firm in Sandy, Utah. In 2016, the main office was relocated to Highland, Utah and a satellite office was also opened in Idaho. Although Ms. Layton has established her reputation among the most trusted vocational experts in Utah, she works with personal injury attorneys and divorce attorneys nationwide to consistently provide thorough, objective assessments in all types of cases. She has served as an expert witness in matters involving personal injury, medical malpractice, employee compensation, wrongful termination, discrimination, family law, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other issues related to employment and labor market issues.

Ms. Layton's work has been published in the Forensic Casebook: Vocational and Economic Reports (3rd edition). Some of her other papers are titled "Evaluating Underemployment in Family Law Cases" and "Changes in the Brain and Behavior Resulting from the Use of Technology: Are There Vocational Implications?" 

In addition to our Utah and Idaho clientele, our firm also serves clients in other parts of the country.


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