Griffith Jones MPAS, PA-C, DMSc-S

Griffith Jones, MPAS, PA-C, DMSc-S

Physician Assistant

Griffith’s promise to patients is to take the time to educate patients about their illness, help them understand what they can do to make it better, and why it’s important to make any changes he recommends. He is particularly interested in developing relationships with patients who may have ADHD/ADD, anxiety, depression, insomnia, panic attacks, social anxiety, post traumatic stress (PTSD), addiction, bipolar disorder, OCD, autism (ASD), or psychosis.

I am an inclusive provider, all LGBTQIA+, religions, races, and ethnicities are welcome.


Patient Care Philosophy

  • Discover the cause of the illness instead of simply using medications to treat symptoms.
  • Learn about each patient to better facilitate a holistic patient centered approach.
  • Practice active and empathetic listening to achieve effective communication.
  • Combine cutting-edge clinical practices and evidence-based, alternative medicine to create the best possible outcomes.



Griffith completed his NCCPA board certification after earning his master’s degree at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (RMUoHP). In addition to board certification, he will complete his Doctor of Medical Science degree in Psychiatry in December and has completed the 2021-2023 Neuroscience Education Institute (NEI) Master Psychopharmacology Program with distinction. He has been studying behavioral health since 2008 when he began his Psychology degree at Brigham Young University.



Griffith’s career has included years of experience in psychiatry, emergency medicine, and primary care. He has published peer reviewed articles, presented at state CME conferences and symposiums, and is trained in Motivational Interviewing Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).



Christopher Walken impersonations

Favorite movie: Groundhog Day

Favorite book: Dune by Frank Herbert

Favorite bands: The Beatles, Elliot Smith, Mitski

Favorite Quote:

“Let everything happen to you, beauty and terror, just keep going, no feeling is final.”

– Rainer Maria Rilke

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