Our Staff


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Aimee Fass, CMHC

Aimee is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor with 7 years experience working with adults, children and families. Aimee incorporates mindfulness practices along with evidence-based clinical interventions, offering a holistic approach to healing and living. Her approach provides tools to work with painful emotions in a tender and friendly way, rather than avoid or abandon the parts of oneself that are crying out for nurturing. She invites her clients to discover their own basic goodness and cultivate self-compassion for lasting change. Aimee has experience working with individuals with substance abuse issues, parenting and parent-child concerns, ADHD, Autism spectrum disorders, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and PTSD.  Aimee is also trained to do EMDR therapy. Aimee is a military veteran, who served in the United States Air Force. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social Psychology from Park University, and her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from The University of Phoenix.

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Melissa Larsen,CMHC

Melissa has a Master of Science in Professional Counseling from Westminster College. She empowers individuals to grow and create personal safety by listening with a nonjudgmental ear. With a warm, compassionate approach she seeks to help clients understand their symptoms and develop practical solutions to change their relationship to those symptoms and the stressors involved. With over 6 years in the mental health field, her transparent and down-to-earth approach has assisted clients ages 17-80 with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, LGBTQ-related issues, addiction, surviving sexual and domestic abuse, and spirituality. She has also assisted individuals, couples and families navigating difficult transitions and/or traumas. The types of therapy that she relies on most are Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and other mindfulness-based and strength-based approaches.

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Sue Stephenson, CMHC

Sue’s therapeutic approach includes Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Trauma Focused CBT, sand tray, breath work, and guided imagery. Her professional experience includes children and adolescents at risk and in custody, adolescents in residential and outpatient care, trauma-related issues, learning differences, behavioral problems, family adjustment issues, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, attachment issues and working with parents with behavioral plans and supporting parents dealing with these problems within the home. In addition, she has worked with children, adolescents and adults experiencing difficulty with mood regulation, anxiety, PTSD and severe mental illness. She works with individuals to develop and maintain practical coping skills in support of career transitions, relationship challenges, death, grief, and adjustment issues.  She has treated substance abuse disorders, sex addiction and pornography addiction in the GOP, IOP and residential settings. She is experienced in dual-diagnosis treatment for co-occurring mental heal and addiction disorders. Her holistic approach addresses the mind-body connection in healing addictions. She focuses on mindfulness as a coping skill and a lifestyle change in addiction recovery and focusing on the issues that lead to using as a maladaptive coping mechanism.

Lindsay Macfarlane LCSW local therapist for depression

Lindsey Macfarlane, LCSW

Lindsey specializes in depression, anxiety, addiction and addiction aftercare, self-harm, grief and loss, trauma, sexual abuse, sense of self, play therapy, and sand tray therapy. Lindsey has 3 years experience in pre-natal and postpartum health. Lindsey attended Weber State University for Bachelors of Social Work and New York University for Masters of Social Work Degree.

Shelli Mecham is a LCSW at highland springs

Shelli Mecham, LCSW

Shelli has provided therapy for individuals, couples and families since 2011.   Areas of focus include EMDR, trauma, substance abuse, polygamy, religious transition, depression and anxiety. Shelli brings a concern for those who have been harmed by physical, sexual, and emotional abuse and works with the client to strengthen and heal the individual spirit to live authentically and safely.    She believes in a strengths-based, holistic approach to healing from mental health challenges, focusing on building self-compassion and strengthening healthy coping skills and self-sufficiency through mindfulness, CBT, EMDR and psychodynamic therapies.

Highland Springs staff member, Lorrie Belnap LCSW

Lorrie Belnap, LCSW

Lorrie has been working with at risk youth and their families in crisis for over a decade. She has previous experience working with the forensic population, domestic violence, alcohol and drug dependence, and with individuals who have severe persistent mental illnesses. Special interests include mood disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, loss, parenting and parenting-child relationships. She enjoys working with ungovernable teens, individuals, families, step families and couples. Lorrie is bilingual and speaks Spanish fluently.

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Richard D. Kirschner, CMHC

Richard’s great passion is bringing the empowerment of healing to people who are suffering with addiction or are suffering due to having been through a traumatic/stressful experience (or both). He helps clients, who include children and adolescents, adults, couples and families, to lessen the impact of substances by helping them find and process their core issues, thus discovering and nurturing healthy perceptions of themselves and strengthening their relationships so they can know themselves as peaceful, complete, whole and safe. His educational background includes an MFA in Child Drama/development, an M.Ed. in Leadership and Policy from the University of Utah, an M.S. in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix and certification in Trauma Focused-CBT. He holds licensure in Utah as a CMHC.

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Lanette R. Best, CMHC

Lanette is a member of the National Board of Certified Counselors, with over 15 years experience. She is certified in Basic EMDR with the EMDRIA Institute since 2012. Lanette has had advanced training in Trauma Treatment with the International Association of Trauma Professionals and is a Certified Expert Trauma Professional, and specializes in all levels of trauma treatment and dissociation. She is experienced in working with victims of domestic violence and people dealing with substance abuse issues. She has had training in Motivational Interviewing and Dialectic Behavioral Therapy. Lanette has worked with diverse groups, including those with eating disorders, individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, refugees, and individuals who have experienced the trauma of war.

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Denise Brooks, LCSW

Denise believes that individuals can build a life worth living. Often, individuals struggling with emotional and mental health challenges grew up in a non-validating environment and did not learn effective coping skills. She is committed to the belief that knowledge is power, and has great hope that clients who are committed to counseling in a safe, honest and validating environment will decrease their emotional and mental distress. She specializes in evidence-based DBT and ACT therapies for individuals with borderline-personality traits (emotional deregulation, self-harm, suicidal thoughts and difficulties with relationships), addiction, anxiety and crisis resolution. Denise has a Master’s Degree and experience in gerontology and is passionate about working with the older adult population and their caregivers.

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Chris Cavin, LCSW

Chris is an ordained Zen monk with 17 years of meditation practice and seven years of experience as a psychotherapist. He specializes in anxiety, depression, addiction issues and phobias. Chris has graduate degrees from the University of Chicago and the University of Utah. He has worked for years in community mental health, in state hospitals and for the federal government as a combat trauma therapist.

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Joel Dario, Psychiatric APRN

Joel has over 12 years experience as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. He has extensive experience in treating and managing a variety of adult disorders including mood, anxiety, and thought. Joel has demonstrated knowledge and skill in managing addiction and detoxification. He is also well-versed in various psychotherapeutic treatment modalities. Joel’s extensive experience includes multiple settings that include adult and geriatric inpatient, outpatient, and community mental health.

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Bruce Fordham, CMHC

Bruce’s therapeutic approach is intuitive in nature and spiritually based. Bruce believes the best therapy happens between sessions, so homework is essential for obtaining results. Bruce’s experience is broad-based over 30 years; he specializes in pornography addiction, anxiety and depression. Thought management is a key component of his treatment, and it is summarized in a published article in the 2009 Ensign magazine, titled “Think About What You Are Thinking About.” Bruce also specializes in dream analysis.

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Stacey Rich, LPC

Specialist in trauma treatment including EMDR work. Stacey has over eight years experience working with grief, substance abuse, trauma and couples therapy. She is also trained in family systems therapy. She has participated in numerous speaking engagements on the topic of trauma treatment for women.

Highland Springs Staff Wendy Francis LCSW

Wendy Francis, LCSW

Wendy Francis has been providing mental health therapy for children, adolescents, adults, and families since 1999. She uses a variety of therapeutic techniques with individuals, including cognitive behavioral therapy, child directed play therapy, sand tray therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, DBT therapy, trauma focused CBT, and insight oriented therapy as well as others. Wendy works with families using various family therapy techniques and focuses on helping the whole family improve functioning. She has worked in a variety of settings, including providing therapy for children, adolescents, and adults in outpatient clinics, residential treatment centers, substance abuse rehabilitation programs, programs focused on improving parenting skills, children’s hospital setting as a crisis worker role, foster care, and the youth probation system. Wendy assists clients and families by developing a therapeutic relationship so that each unique individual can feel safe working toward improving relationships, developing coping skills, and having improvement in many areas of life.

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Jonathan Voigt, LCSW

Jon has over a decade of experience working with at risk youth and families.  He has also taken an interest in multiple other populations and settings including; crisis work, medical social work & hospice, serving as a Reserve Mental Health Officer, and dual diagnosis counseling. He has enjoyed working with those who struggle with addiction, depression, anxiety, psychosis, ADHD, Borderline Personality Disorder, trauma, parenting, and couples and family conflict.  He takes a special interest in multiple treatment modalities including; DBT, CBT, Solution Focus Therapy, Family Systems, Person/Relationship Centered Tx, Mindfulness, Mind-Body Bridging, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, applied EMDR, and Addiction Recovery Training. He is an individual who sees every moment and every situation as an opportunity, and is passionate about helping others do the same, to be able to live with joy, confidence, and courage, and without fear or shame. He is currently working on a DBT Skills publication, and in this way, is looking forward to sharing many of the keys to success and happiness that have been given to him over the years.

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Susan Godwin, APRN

Susan M. Godwin  APRN, PMHNP-BC: Susan has many years of experience in both inpatient and outpatient mental health settings. She has skill working with ages throughout the lifespan and has experience with and supports the LBGT community. During her career, she has gained knowledge and expertise in treatment across the mental health spectrum. She has a unique ability to connect with her clients and views mental health treatment as a collaborative effort with the client at the helm. She is an advocate of the combined approach of psychotropic medication management and therapy. With over ten years of ICU and trauma nursing, she is keenly aware of the intertwined nature of physical and mental health conditions. During her eight years in the United States Army, both active duty and as a reservist, she gained experience in treating posttraumatic stress disorder, substance abuse disorders, and other military related mental health issues.

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Serianna Gregg, CMHC–DBT

Serianna has over 10 years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families. Her training includes Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), sand tray therapy and play therapy. She enjoys assisting people in finding awareness and self acceptance while making lasting changes that bring a happier, more meaningful life. She has experience working with personality disorders, attachment, trauma, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, and specifically with suicidal ideation, self harm and eating disorders.

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Jessica Hale, LCSW

Jessica has twenty plus years clinical experience in outpatient, residential, and hospital settings treating adolescents, adults and families with serious emotional disorders (SED), trauma, chemical dependence (CD), compulsive gaming/pornography use, sensory integration problems, autism spectrum, non-verbal learning disorders and sex abuse.

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Elizabeth Harrop, APRN

Elizabeth Harrop is an APRN with a focus on family and psychiatric health.  While Elizabeth also treats adult clients, her specialization is with adolescents. Her experience includes working with adults having acute psychiatric issues, work with women and newborns in a hospital setting, and treating adolescents in the juvenile justice system.

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Gail Hilton, LCSW

Gail has many years of experience in the mental health field. She specializes in individual, group, gender issues, and marital and family therapy. Her focus is in building strengths, coping skills and communication skills. She has experience in teaching stress reduction techniques in individual and group settings. Other areas of expertise are working with patients and families dealing with health and end of life issues and Crisis Intervention.

Sharon Johnson LCSW, staff member at highland springs

Sharon Johnson, LCSW

Sharon has over 15 years experience working with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar illness. She is licensed as a domestic violence specialist. She has been the recipient of the Clinical Faculty of the Year Award for 2012 and Recipient of UCASA award for efforts to stop sexual violence in Utah 2012.

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Shanna Lindstrom, LCSW

Shanna has specialized experience in working with addiction. She has extensive experience with trauma, victims of abuse, men’s issues, involvement in the criminal justice system, anxiety, and depression. She uses cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, narrative, solution focused brief and trauma focused. She is also certified to teach Prime for Life.

staff member of highland springs, Andrea Lunt LMFT

Andrea Lunt, LMFT

Andrea is a Licensed Marriage and Family therapist with over 17 years experience. She is a culturally competent practitioner and works easily with diverse populations from young children to adults and is highly-skilled in working with individuals, couples and families. Andrea has over eight years experience working in the addictions field and over two years experience with both victims and perpetrators of domestic violence. In addition, Andrea is a skilled child therapist with training in play therapy. Andrea uses strength based models of therapy in which her clients learn skills to build positive emotions, optimism and resilience while decreasing unhelpful thinking, behaviors and emotions.

highland springs clinic staff Chad Calkins

Chad Calkins, LCSW

Chad has been a social worker for over fifteen years working in both medical and mental health settings. He graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor’s in psychology and a Master’s in Social Work in 2012. He is committed to helping clients with many challenges. He uses a blend of therapies with a focus on mindfulness based psychotherapies. Chad is passionate about Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and also incorporates holistic based therapies in his practice.

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John Malouf, PHD

Dr. Malouf has been licensed as a clinical psychologist since 1975. His approach to therapy is client centered. He strives to create a therapeutic environment that is comfortable, non-judgmental and empathetic. To bring insight, healing and healthy change, his approach focuses on relationship, interactional patterns and dynamics of individuals, couples and families within their unique family/cultural system. He focuses on how emotional and behavioral problems affect you and how you affect/maintain them.

Jamee Dobson LCSW, staff member at highland springs

Jamee Dobson, LCSW

Jamee is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has been working in the field as a social worker for 17 years. She completed a Master’s degree in Social Work at the University of Utah. She’s certified in Domestic Violence perpetrator assessment and treatment as well as forensic sexual abuse interviewing. In the beginning 7 years of her career she worked at Child and Family services rendering her extensive experience in working with children and families in crisis specifically children with significant attachment disorders and victims of neglect, physical and sexual abuse. She specialized in adoptions, home studies and facilitating treatment interventions for troubled teens. She’s taught parenting classes and engaged in individual and group therapy specializing in substance abuse and domestic violence assessment and treatment as well as psycho educational groups. She has experience in the application of psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, solution focused therapy and DBT. She works as a crisis worker in the Emergency Department at Utah Valley Hospital where she specializes in evaluating and assisting patient’s in crisis, and identifying interventions that prove to be most beneficial yet tailored to their specific needs. She works with patients that suffer from Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, Dissociative Identity disorder, substance abuse problems, personality disorders as well as somatoform disorders.

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Sammie Bateman, LCSW

Sammie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with more than 10 year experience in direct practice. She is trained in prolonged exposure therapy for the treatment of PTSD. She has worked with various trauma histories including combat, rape, survivors of child abuse and first responders. Sammie is also experienced in adjustment issues related to older child adoption and parenting. She is an adoptive parent herself and has worked with families to aid their transition and adjustment to their new family. Sammie is trained in CBT, Crisis intervention and prolonged exposure therapy. She received her BSW from Weber State and her MSW from University Missouri at Columbia.

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Tracie Penunuri, LCSW

Tracie has over 15 years of experience working with children, individuals and families. She specializes in trauma and is one of only a few counselors in the state who is certified as a trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapist for children. She also works with depression, anxiety, parenting skills, improving parent-child relationships and assisting children and adults with healthy coping, relationship and safety skills. She provides culturally-sensitive therapy services in English and Spanish and is happy to help clients connect with additional community-based resources and support services.

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Allie Diamond, LCSW

Allie has a Master’s degree in Social Work with an emphasis in aging and health care from the University of Utah. She holds a strong belief that answers lie within each of us and the potential for growth and change can be achieved at any stage in life. Her approach to therapy is holistic, client centered and strengths based.  Allie has extensive experience working with older adults and their families, grief and loss counseling and crisis intervention. Additionally, she has an interest in working with pre- and post-operative bariatric patients.

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Jeanette Ricci, LCSW – DBT

Jeanette has invested over 20 years in pursuit of her professional passion- guiding individuals of all ages in discovering their inner strengths. Jeanette individualizes treatment, focusing on each person’s unique ability to adapt and change to the challenges in life. Jeanette has training in Motivational Interviewing, CBT (cognitive behavior therapy), Mindfulness Based therapy, DBT (dialectic behavioral therapy), guided imagery and self relaxation, and play therapy. With training from Gonzaga University and University of Utah, Jeanette has experience in working with individual therapy, couples, families, children, groups, as well as treatment for those challenged by health issues. Helping to improving relationships, recovering from grief, trauma, divorce and postpartum depression are special interests.

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June-Lee Hernandez, CMHC

Areas of Experience: EMDR, psychosocial evaluation, co-occurring diagnosis, domestic violence, multiculturalism, trauma, substance abuse, posttraumatic stress disorder, rape recovery, couples therapy, anger management. LGBTQ training. She enjoys working with clients that have trauma, domestic violence victims, rape victims, LGBTQQ, depression, anxiety and relationship issues.

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Jenise Tingey, LCSW

Jenise has experience with and enjoys all age groups and most mental health issues. She works well with children, couples and individuals. She does great work with couples therapy and play and sand tray therapy with children. She also enjoys helping people through life’s transitions, including aging concerns. She has also worked with all of the following: domestic violence, rape, sexual assault survivors, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, family dynamics, couples work, individuals and family work.

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Clif Uckerman, LCSW

Cliff has over 15 years of experience in prevention and treatment of substance abuse and mental health disorders throughout the continuum of care. He specializes in working with males that are in late adolescence and throughout their adult lifespan. Clif uses empathic and motivational enhancement techniques that strengthens the attachment and relationship between client and therapist in order to address the nature and nurture of the problem at hand. His mastery in cognitive behavioral therapy and non-judgement allows clients to work through anger, obsessions and compulsions, depression, anxiety, mania, and other disruptions and addictions. Clif is also very attuned to working with lesbian, gay and transgender minorities. Additionally, he has success in working with suicide attempt survivors.

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Corylyn Ybarra, CMHC

Cory specializes in trauma treatment with children and adolescents. Cory has worked for a number of years with at risk youth and their families. She has experience working with grief and loss, substance abuse, crisis intervention, suicide/self harm, trauma and domestic violence. She is trained in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy and mind body bridging.

highland springs staff member Terri Cluff, CMHC

Terri Cluff, CMHC

Terri loves her work and enjoys working with teens, couples, and adults. She specializes in trauma work and is trained by EMDRIA to use EMDR and has used it as a tool for healing for three years. She uses other modalities as needed such as Internal Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and emotion-focused therapy. She has experience in trauma work, forensic populations, SPMI populations, eating disorders, severe anxiety, depression, and substance dependence. The best rewards of her work are to be a part of watching clients change from living a life filled with pain to finding relief and hope

Stephen Diasson, APRN at Highland Springs

Stephen Daisson, APRN

Stephen Daisson graduated as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner from the University of Utah in 2014. He has 22 years of experience in the mental health profession and has worked in various group homes and Utah State Hospital for ages 6-89. He treats clients with depression, anxiety, psychotic disorders, addiction disorders, attention deficit disorder and many more. Stephen leads the medical team on the forensics and alcohol and drug dependence team. He enjoys working in his yard and outdoor activities with his wife and children.

Angelique Larrabee, CMHC highland Springs

Angelique Larrabee, CMHC

Angelique has more than eight years of experience assisting those with drug, alcohol, sexual and pornography addictions, personality disorders, and involvement in the criminal justice system. Her approach is warm, nonjudgmental, and client-centered, and she enjoys working with adults, couples and families. Angelique can see adolescents 13 and older and young children with high functioning autism. She supplements cognitive behavioral therapy with ideas from reality therapy, narrative therapy, psychodynamics, breath work, and mindfulness to address issues of depression, anxiety, grief and loss, and life transitions. Her other areas of interest include compassion fatigue, high functioning autism, sensory processing sensitivity, social anxiety, creativity, and parenting.

Brittany Naylor APRN at Highland Springs

Brittany Naylor, APRN, PMHNP-BC

Brittany is a graduate of Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and The University of Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio. She has experience in both inpatient and outpatient mental healthcare settings, as well as experience working in the public school system with children and adolescents. She is board certified and experienced in treating clients of all ages across the lifespan. She has a special interest in treating mood disorders, however she is experienced in working with anxiety disorders, attention-deficit disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, and substance abuse disorders. She brings a fresh and evidence-based approach to her treatment, and enjoys working collaboratively with the entire treatment team as well as the client to develop the best individualized treatment plan for each individual.

Fan Kwan LCSW Highland Springs

Fan Kwan, LCSW

Fan Kwan, LCSW has over 17 years of clinical experience as a licensed mental health therapist. She has worked with a wide range of individual clients presenting problems ranging from life-dissatisfaction to chronic mental illness. Fan specializes in mental health issues based on integrative, evidence based approaches to mind, body and spirit. She has practiced CBT, REBT, and DBT approaches in therapy since 2007. Fan has many years of experience working with minority clients. Besides the mainstream language, she is fluent in Chinese Mandarin, Cantonese, and Vietnamese.   She can provide individual, couple, and family therapy. Fan also has extensive experience in working with depression, anxiety, personality disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, women’s issues, marital issues, and chemical dependence.  She focuses on identifying and treating the individual rather than the symptoms.

Highland Springs Staff Debbie Sutherland

Debbie Sutherland, LCSW

Debbie Sutherland, LCSW has been working for thirty years with adults both in individual and couples therapy. She has experience treating depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, women’s issues, life transitions, relationship concerns, adult ADD, and substance use disorders. Debbie has a casual style, believes in the healing power of humor and creative modalities, including dream exploration, inner child work, journaling and art.  She is trained in CBT, Motivational Enhancement, Client Centred Therapy, DBT strategies, Functional Family Therapy, Psychodynamic and Attachment Theory. Specializations in DBT and CBT. Does not see under 18 years of age.

Highland Springs Jeremy Ratliff

Jeremy Ratliff, FNP

Jeremy Ratliff is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner who specializes in Psychiatry. He earned his Graduate degree at Brigham Young University and his undergraduate degree at Utah Valley University. He has 14 years of undergraduate hospital experience, 8 of which include time as a Registered Nurse in Cardio-Thoracic and Neurological Intensive Care units. He has graduate experience across the lifespan in the diagnosis and treatment of all ages with emphasis in community mental health including posttraumatic stress disorder, substance abuse disorders, mood disorders, attention deficit hyperactive disorder and anxiety disorders. He utilizes evidence based practice to improve patient outcomes and provide comprehensive care, while demonstrating professionalism, compassion, and understanding.

Highland Springs Mandy Neilsen

Mandy Neilsen, CMHC

Mandy is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor. She has been working in this field since 2010. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and Family Studies, with a Minor in Psychology from the University of Utah. She received her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix. She has experience working with substance abuse/addiction, trauma, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, anger, relationship issues/couples counseling, and communication. Mandy has worked with many diverse adult populations including mood disorders, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, drug addiction, and many dual diagnosed clients. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, and pieces of other theories as clients need.