Our Team - The OCD and Anxiety Treatment Center (2023)

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Paul Peterson Paul Peterson Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Lynne Sill Lynne Sill Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Leah Jaramillo Leah Jaramillo Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Kate Rogers PhD Kate Rogers PhD Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Morgan VanderVeen Morgan VanderVeen Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Elena Herrera Elena Herrera Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Samantha Dutcher Samantha Dutcher Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Colleen Croff Colleen Croff Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Deanna Weeks Deanna Weeks Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Jonathan Nielsen Jonathan Nielsen Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Kelly Phillips Kelly Phillips Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Rio Maestas Rio Maestas Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Caroline Lorenzen Caroline Lorenzen Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Chaylyn Engebretsen Chaylyn Engebretsen Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Roger Durfey Roger Durfey Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Talon Dutson Talon Dutson Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Tricia Page Tricia Page Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Cody Holmes Cody Holmes Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Laura Waite Laura Waite Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Madison Harper Madison Harper Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Hillary Gregory Hillary Gregory Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Jennifer Hansen Jennifer Hansen Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! John Penrod John Penrod Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Stephanie Parsons Stephanie Parsons Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Veronica Anfinsen Veronica Anfinsen Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Michelle Boulware Michelle Boulware Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now! Kaytlin Talbot Kaytlin Talbot Request to speak with an Admissions Coordinator now!

Paul Peterson

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

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Paul Peterson

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Biography: Paul has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Utah. He has been working in the mental health field since 1998.

Working in individual and family counseling, Paul started The Counseling Center in 2007. Over the next several years the Counseling Center became a leading facility in Davis County, Utah, with 27 therapists performing 20,000 counseling sessions each year. Paul always had an affinity for OCD and anxiety counseling but it wasn’t until 2008, when he attended his first International OCD Foundation Conference, that his eyes were opened to the gold standard treatment for those disorders.

With this new understanding of treatment, he started providing Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) for OCD and Anxiety, and he worked to perfect and specialize his skills. Once confident in his abilities to help, he started providing Intensive Outpatient (IOP) treatment for individual clients.

It quickly became evident that there was an overwhelming demand for trained OCD and Anxiety therapists, as the number of individuals suffering from these disorders was considerable. Paul started working with and training graduate students and other therapists to slowly build his IOP program, until, in 2015, he officially launched The OCD and Anxiety Treatment Center (TOATC).

With the amazing help of key contributing employees, they started with a 6-client IOP program. Through hard work and refinement, the program has continued to flourish. Their IOP has maintained their individualized life changing therapy process while extending their program to a capacity of 118 and counting.

As Chief Executive Officer, Paul’s mission is to bring treatment to all who are suffering with Anxiety and OCD.

If he is not in the office, he can be found playing with his children, building a pig pen palace for his daughter’s pig or driving his tractor on his peach farm.

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Lynne Sill

Chief Operating Officer (COO)

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Lynne Sill

Chief Operating Officer (COO)

Biography: Lynne Sill graduated from the University of Utah with bachelor’s degrees in psychology and sociology and with a Master of Social Work. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and is our Chief Operating Officer (COO). She has been working in the social sciences field since 1999 and in that time has been through the Behavioral Therapy Training Institute (BTTI) specializing in exposure and response prevention and behavioral techniques, and an advanced training at the BTTI specializing in the comorbidity of OCD with autism spectrum disorder, body dysmorphic disorder, and/or hoarding disorder. She has also completed the Behavioral Tech certification for dialectical behavior therapy and prolonged exposure.

Lynne’s experience started in residential treatment for adolescents as a line staff. Working throughout the years, she has been afforded the opportunity to experience all the beautiful layers of service that are so important to making a successful treatment center. Her passion is client care and, as Chief Operating Officer, she utilizes all of these layers to ensure a quality, evidence-based, and cost-effective treatment facility.

When Lynne isn’t reading a research article or deep into a new policy, she enjoys boating, soccer, or spending time with her family.

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Leah Jaramillo

Senior Director of Internal Business Management

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Leah Jaramillo

Senior Director of Internal Business Management

Biography: Leah Jaramillo graduated from Drexel University in 2008 with a Master of Family Therapy. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and is our Senior Director of Internal Business Management. In her many years of clinical experience, she has received training from the Behavior Therapy Training Institute, is a level 2 trained Gottman therapist through the Gottman Institute, is a trained Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) therapist through Behavioral Tech, which is a Linehan Institute training company, and has been a presenter at both the 2016 and 2017 IOCDF conferences.

Over the past 12+ years, Leah has worked diligently with clients who are dealing with OCD and anxiety. She has had incredible success using exposure work with her clients and has implemented effective, research-proven strategies to help them gain control over significant challenges. She also understands the difference between pain and suffering. With that distinction, she is able to help her clients, regardless of history, age, or gender, actively engage in the pain they are experiencing to help them achieve change and heal from the suffering they have endured.

Through the treatment for OCD and anxiety, Leah has been able to help countless clients find their own personal freedom. She truly believes that freedom is worth fighting for: freedom from feeling like there is no hope for change, freedom from feeling as if no one understands, and freedom from being stuck in a routine that requires life to be lived the same way day after day. She helps her clients learn how to decide for themselves how they want to manage their personal choices instead of being held prisoner by OCD or anxiety. She is also able to help her clients grasp that life can be uncertain at times. Leah is distinct in the treatment process because she lives and breathes everything that goes on in our center. She doesn't just "do therapy," she also "lives therapeutically."

When Leah isn't busy helping her clients find freedom, she can be found reading, exercising, or spending time with her youngest daughter and being a "tickle monster." She is also an avid Utes and Bears fan.

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Kate Rogers PhD

Training and Development Director

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Kate Rogers PhD

Training and Development Director

Biography: Dr. Kate Rogers is a licensed clinical psychologist and serves as the director of training and development at The OCD and Anxiety Treatment Center. She received her doctoral training in clinical psychology at American University, where she received extensive training in the provision of evidence-based treatments for a wide variety of presenting concerns. During her doctoral training, Dr. Rogers developed specialties in the treatment of anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive and related disorders, and body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs).

Dr. Rogers has worked with The OCD and Anxiety Treatment Center since 2015. In her current role as director of training and development, she works to train new staff, support the ongoing training and development of TOATC staff members, and develop and update treatment protocols to ensure that TOATC’s clients always receive the most up-to-date evidence-based interventions.

In her free time, Dr. Rogers loves to hit the mountain bike trails with her husband and son, or play with her two Belgian shepherds—Echo and Bravo.

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Morgan VanderVeen

Outreach Specialist

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Morgan VanderVeen

Outreach Specialist

Biography: Morgan VanderVeen is one of our outreach specialists. She studied political science, campaign management, and social work during her time as an undergrad at the University of Utah. While at the University of Utah, she was able to develop public speaking skills and critical analysis capabilities through her work as a member of their nationally ranked speech and debate team. After her graduation, Morgan worked as a volunteer coordinator and field organizer on several mayoral and congressional campaigns. This work allowed her to sharpen her network-building skills and thicken her skin. After her involvement in those campaigns, Morgan transitioned into the mental health field. For the past several years she worked as the enrollment director for a brain development clinic. While there, she received extensive training in child development, functional neurology, and medical/mental health sales. Her experience in enrollment and admissions also provided her with numerous opportunities to engage in productive, community-relationship building and large-scale, community education regarding mental health disorders and effective treatments.

Morgan's greatest skillset in her field lies in her ability to foster genuine connections through her strong interpersonal skills. She also has the ability to build a friendship with anyone, whether that is with a referral connection, donation vendor, or a member of the audience during an educational presentation. She is proud of her professional community network that she has built from scratch and consists of school administrators, physicians, clinics, clinicians, and more.

As someone who personally understands the struggle of obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders, Morgan's greatest passion in life is shedding light on those who are suffering in the shadows of OCD or anxiety disorders. Through her work as a clinical outreach coordinator, she feels that she can be a part of guiding individuals toward freedom and peace through the important work of that we do at our center. She is most fulfilled when she gets to watch those who have felt hopeless begin to realize that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Her favorite quote states, "The only way out is through." She finds it intensely rewarding to encourage new clients and connections to move toward the "through" process.

Morgan's most unique, professional trait is her fearlessness regarding public speaking, tough conversations, and demanding interactions. She enjoys facing communication-related challenges, whether that is being in the hot seat with a prospective connection or delivering a presentation to a massive crowd. She also believes that you can forge a positive connection with anyone as long as you approach that potential connection with a genuine desire to better the lives of those you meet. She has a deep compassion for those who are struggling with mental health concerns, so all that she does is driven by her desire to help our center help more people.

When Morgan isn't busy building connections with others, she enjoys walking her two hound dogs, skiing, knitting, and watching reruns of The Golden Girls.

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Elena Herrera

Admissions Specialist

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Elena Herrera

Admissions Specialist

Biography: Elena Herrera is one of our admissions specialists. Her experience in the field stems from working as a marketing assistant and doing outreach marketing for an assisted living center in Taylorsville, UT. In her field, Elena is very personable and good at being easy to connect with and talk to over the phone.

In her work, Elena finds it very rewarding when she is able to help a client understand our services, get them scheduled for an intake, get them into programming, and then finally get to attend their graduation. She is unique because she is patient and understanding with each client that she speaks to. She enjoys helping people navigate logistics and overcome barriers that they feel are stopping them from getting treatment. She wants to try to help answer any questions that they may have, and she wants clients to feel heard and understood and know that they are not in this alone.

When Elena isn't busy answering clients' questions, she enjoys painting with Bob Ross, reading, hiking, and being with her siblings.

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Samantha Dutcher

Admissions Specialist

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Samantha Dutcher

Admissions Specialist

Biography: Samantha Dutcher is one of our admissions specialists. She is currently pursuing a degree in social work from the University of Utah and spent the last 8 years working as a hairstylist. This gave her experience in building personal relationships with clients and the ability to problem solve creatively. With the combination of her work experience and education, she is hoping that she will be able to build trust with potential clients and also be able to articulate their different diagnoses to them and their families.

Some of the skills that Samantha brings with her to this field include patience, her love of building relationships with clients by being personable, and her ability to be a good listener. One of the most rewarding parts of being an admissions specialist for Samantha is that she gets to watch clients progress from start to finish. She is really looking forward to helping people reach their best mental health potential. Samantha is also distinct in this field because she is new to it. She believes that she will be able to bring in fresh ideas and new mindsets. Samantha also builds relationships in a unique way as a result of her work history. She loves asking questions and getting to genuinely know people.

When Samantha isn't busy building relationships with clients, she loves learning new skills, paddle boarding, and reading. She is currently learning how to play the piano and is also a major animal lover. She has 2 cats and 2 dogs.

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Colleen Croff

Clinical Director

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Colleen Croff

Clinical Director

Biography: Colleen Croff graduated from the University of Utah in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in psychology and from Arizona State University in 2005 with a Master of Social Work. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and is our clinical director at our South Jordan location. In her 17 years of clinical experience, she has received trainings in the Eagala model for equine therapy, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and EMDR and is Master and Health Track certified in Neuro Linguistic Programming.

Colleen has worked in inpatient, residential, and outpatient settings with OCD and anxiety. She has been able to work with clients at various levels of severity of anxiety and OCD and built experience that consists of teens and adults. In the treatment of OCD and anxiety, she is good at being consistent, persistent, patient, and empathetic. She has the ability to have a good focus on the goal of lessening symptoms that will lead to a more productive life for the client. This ability also allows her to meet clients where they are, while also pushing them towards tolerable levels of growth to create the outcome they desire.

In the treatment of OCD and anxiety, Colleen believes that everyone has the ability to heal and grow in some capacity. Although the brain can struggle, it can also develop and change. She believes that through learning how to tolerate discomfort and control your inner world, as well as dialogue, the discomfort of anxiety can be greatly lessened. She holds that this is accomplished by a combination of learning to regulate oneself as well as developing a stronger sense of self; that is what can make the difference between control and struggle. Colleen is distinct in the treatment process because she believes that she can truly see someone for who they are and what they need in order to be their best and happiest self. She has the ability to see the deeper issues, tolerate upsetting states, and stay focused on the goals at hand. Seeing someone for who they truly are helps a client meet their goals and strengthen from within. She can help guide a client to creating their own lives and outcomes.

When Colleen isn’t busy focusing on clients’ goals, she enjoys gardening, hiking, reading, yoga, spending time with her spouse and 3 kids, and traveling.

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Deanna Weeks

Shift Supervisor

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Deanna Weeks

Shift Supervisor

Biography: Deanna Weeks graduated from the University of Phoenix in Salt Lake City, UT with a master's degree in clinical mental health counseling in 2018. She is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CMHC) and is one of our shift supervisors in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Deanna chose to attend the University of Phoenix in Salt Lake City because they are CACREP accredited and their instructors are Ph.D. level practicing clinicians with real world experience to share with students. Her master's program focused on theoretical and applied counseling skills and prepared her to work with diverse populations in different professional settings.

In Deanna's 5+ years of clinical experience, she has received intensive training in the practice of dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), served as program director of a comprehensive DBT program for adolescent girls, and gained experience working with adults at a dual diagnosis substance abuse IOP where she learned motivational interviewing (MI), inner child work, and self-compassion. During this time, she also received certification in eye movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR) in 2018 and in seeking safety (evidence-based practice that helps individuals understand the connection between trauma and substance abuse). She specializes in treating obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety disorders using exposure and response prevention (ERP).

Deanna strives to bring warmth and authenticity into her work with her clients. Her approach is collaborative, and she is committed to the delivery of evidence-based treatment to help her clients reach their goals. When it comes to good clinical care, Deanna believes that one of the first things that should be done with clients is assisting them in identifying their personal values. Her goal is to provide a safe and validating environment where she and her clients can work together to increase hope and experience greater life satisfaction. Her work reflects her personal values of authenticity, empowerment, compassion, resilience, diversity, equality, and social justice.

Deanna is distinct in her field because she understands that perfectionism is a race without a finish line. She believes that perfectionism evolves as a maladaptive coping mechanism to deal with overwhelming and consuming anxiety. It gives a false sense of control and actually leads to increased symptoms of anxiety. She understands how perfectionism actually inhibits performance, and she can help clients overcome perfectionism with mindfulness and self-compassion.

When Deanna isn't busy being helping clients identify their personal values, she loves to travel and see the world with her husband and family. She also loves the theatre, Broadway musicals, and is a self-proclaimed Hamilton fanatic. She is a life-long student and loves to read. She also enjoys the outdoors, standup paddle boarding, and playing golf.

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Jonathan Nielsen

Shift Supervisor

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Jonathan Nielsen

Shift Supervisor

Biography: Jonathan Nielsen graduated from the University of Utah in 2019 with a Master of Social Work. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and is one of our shift supervisors in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). In his 2+ years of clinical experience, he has received trainings in EMDR, leadership, and social justice and has earned a Community Practice Certificate.

Within Jonathan's clinical experience, he has gained some background working with OCD and anxiety. He has experience diagnosing and providing referral options for individuals with OCD. He also has worked with individuals suffering from a variety of anxiety disorders to build skills, gain insight, and develop new patterns of thinking to relieve the symptoms of those disorders. In the treatment of OCD and anxiety, he is good at aligning himself with clients so that they are reminded that they are not on this journey alone. He is willing to grapple with the difficult dilemmas that clients find themselves in. In one of these dilemmas, he was able to help a client that was having difficulty finding an approach that was beneficial. Through patience, consultation, and a willingness to try a variety of avenues, they were able to find what worked for the client.

When it comes to OCD and anxiety, Jonathan believes that it can be crucial to change the ways we view these symptoms and challenge the patterns of thinking that result in daily suffering. This is often achieved through an awareness of thoughts and regaining control of behaviors. Jonathan is unique in this field because he is constantly in a state of self-refinement. To give his clients the best care possible, he has found that is it crucial that he is always learning and discovering effective ways and new approaches to assist his clients.

When Jonathan isn't busy aligning himself with his clients, he enjoys spending time outdoors, going up the canyons, and finding new hikes. He also loves spending time with his two giant dogs and maintaining his 135-gallon aquarium.

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Kelly Phillips

Shift Supervisor

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Kelly Phillips

Shift Supervisor

Biography: Kelly Phillips graduated from the University of Phoenix in 2019 with a Master of Science in counseling, clinical mental health counseling. She is an Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor (ACMHC) and is one of our shift supervisors in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). In her 2+ years of clinical experience, she has gained training in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and is earning certification for post-master trauma.

In the treatment of OCD and anxiety, Kelly has specific experience using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). When working with clients, she is patient, kind, and validating. She has been able to use this patience and kindness in treating many clients, including a client that she was working with who was a domestic violence survivor. This client was unable to take hot showers or pump gas due to the severity of their trauma. When Kelly and this client were finished working together, they were able to do both of those things again.

Kelly believes that when treating OCD and anxiety, helping clients face their fears and overcome their thoughts is best accomplished with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and exposure and response prevention (ERP). Kelly is distinct in this field because of her positivity, confidence, and belief in unicorns or anything pink and glittery! She is also unique because of the different type of energy she has with her.

When Kelly isn't busy treating clients with kindness and positivity, all of her extra time goes to her kids and their sports. Her daughter participates in competitive cheer and high school cheer, while her son plays club football. She also recently picked up gardening and loves to do advocacy work for child-trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence.

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Rio Maestas

Lead Therapist

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Rio Maestas

Lead Therapist

Biography: Rio Maestas graduated from The University of Utah in 2018 with a Master of Social Work. She is a Certified Social Worker (CSW) and is one of our lead therapists in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). In her 5 years of experience in the mental health field, Rio has completed a substance use disorder training certificate program and worked with individuals who have substance use disorder, mental health comorbidities, and borderline personality disorder (BPD). This experience allowed her to become well versed in comprehensive dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). She has also worked as a psychiatric technician and gained experience in meeting clients where they’re at on their journey and providing therapeutic support.

Her experience in working with OCD and anxiety includes assisting individuals with OCD and anxiety gain access to services needed via crisis outreach teams, emergency assessments, and telephone support. She has also guided clients who have a combination of OCD, anxiety, and BPD in outpatient DBT. In her time as a hospice social worker, Rio helped clients cope with their anxiety while transitioning through the stages of dying. In the treatment of OCD and anxiety, she is good at connecting with clients. She is able to build enduring therapeutic alliances that allow her to assist her clients in reaching their goals.

Rio believes that there are some mental health diagnoses that cannot be fully treated by general therapists, and OCD and anxiety are some of those diagnoses. She believes that it takes a specialized therapist who has a full understanding of OCD and its symptomology to truly assist in helping clients achieve their long-term goals.

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Caroline Lorenzen

Primary Therapist

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Caroline Lorenzen

Primary Therapist

Biography: Caroline Lorenzen graduated from the University of Utah in 2019 with a Master of Social Work. She is a Certified Social Worker (CSW) and is one of our primary therapists in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). She chose to pursue her bachelor's and master's degrees in social work because it is not just about helping people to achieve mental wellness but also to advocate for social justice and change. Social workers are committed to empowering their clients to meet their own needs and challenging systems that discriminate and oppress. She chose to attend Utah State University for her bachelor's degree because the campus felt cozier and more personal since most people lived on or very close to campus. She worked in student housing for 3 years and loved her experience. She chose to attend the University of Utah for her master's degree because she was able to continue serving student populations there.

In Caroline's 3+ years of clinical experience, she has received training in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TFCBT) and has gained the most experience in working with adolescents and sexual trauma survivors. In her therapeutic relationships with her clients, Caroline brings her creativity and loves to incorporate the arts into treatment. She also likes to empower her clients to take the lead so that when their sessions are over, they will know that they are capable of flying solo.

When it comes to good clinical care, Caroline believes that a good therapist understands that clients are the expert of their own life. She believes that it is important to structure therapy around the client's values so that any work being done feels authentic to them and will create sustainable change. She also strives to keep therapy from being boring because if it is, it means that it is time to set more challenging goals and mix things up. Caroline is distinct in her field because she has worked in a variety of settings, including a hospital, university counseling center, residential treatment, and an acute, long-term psychiatric facility. This means that she has worked at both lower and higher levels of care. She understands that everyone's life will be touched by mental health struggles or trauma at some point. She feels very privileged to be working with people as they navigate the storms in their lives.

When Caroline isn't busy empowering her clients, she loves to draw, craft, and learn how to work with wood. She also enjoys traveling, reading, and hosting gatherings for family or friends.

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Chaylyn Engebretsen

Primary Therapist

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Chaylyn Engebretsen

Primary Therapist

Biography: Chaylyn Engebretsen graduated from the University of Utah in 2019 with a Master of Social Work. She is a Certified Social Worker (CSW) and is one of our primary therapists in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). She also received her bachelor's in social work from Utah Valley University. She chose to pursue her degrees in social work because it allowed for a greater understanding of diversity, culture, and the implication of macro systems in clinical work.

In Chaylyn's 3+ years of clinical experience, she has received additional trainings and certifications, including Gottman training, internal family systems training, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TFCBT), and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) with specialized training in additional protocols using EMDR.

When it comes to good clinical care, Chaylyn believes that it looks like honed attunement with a client's needs. She believes that using evidence-based modalities for effective treatment with an experienced clinician is a big key for success. To Chaylyn, creating an office filled with empathy, vulnerability, and connection is central and that therapy cannot only renew and heal but be joyful through creating an authentic space to work as a collaborative team. She approaches therapy in a way that is client-centered and empowering to allow for them to do the work and take control of their therapeutic journey.

When Chaylyn isn't busy helping her clients renew and heal, she is hiking with her dogs, rock climbing, hunting for a good book, or popping popcorn to settle in and watch a good movie.

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Roger Durfey

Primary Therapist

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Roger Durfey

Primary Therapist

Biography: Roger Durfey is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and is one of our primary therapists in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). As an LMFT, he specializes in counseling for individuals, couples, and families experiencing social and relationship issues and focuses on people and their challenges. He graduated from Southern Utah University with a Bachelor of Science in psychology and from the University of Nevada in 1990 with a Master of Science in marriage and family therapy. Roger pursued his bachelor’s degree from Southern Utah University because it offered an excellent start to his journey for higher education. It also offered outstanding curriculum in the psychology program and in the criminal justice program, in which he received his associates. He also found the campus to be beautiful, and it allowed him to explore one of his favorite hobbies—astronomy. Roger chose to pursue his master’s degree from the University of Nevada because of their diverse master’s program that had a wide range of opportunities to gain experience and develop a strong foundation of effective counseling techniques. The school also offered easy access to great rock climbing, camping, and adventures with his family.

Roger’s two decades of experience, along with his formal education, has helped him develop a highly effective therapy style to work with clients from any background or age group as they strive for a better quality of life. To name a few, he has experience working with abuse, adolescent therapy, anxiety, co-occurring disorders, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, OCD, PTSD, and social anxiety. Roger’s skills include being a good listener, being logic focused, having a wide range of experiences to draw from, and creating a relaxed and safe atmosphere to begin healing and growth.

When it comes to therapy and good clinical care, Roger believes that everyone can build a healthier life, and we all need help along the way. He is also distinct in this field because he is very accepting of where people are. He provides a comforting place to be heard and tools to move forward. He can also help his clients find the motivation to reach their goals.

When Roger isn’t busy being a good listener, he enjoys hanging out with his family, hiking, cooking, watching movies (especially Star Trek marathons), astronomy, and building water fountains.

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Talon Dutson

Primary Therapist

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Talon Dutson

Primary Therapist

Biography: Talon Dutson graduated from the University of Utah in 2018 with a Masters of Social Work. He is a Certified Social Worker (CSW) and is one of our primary therapists in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Before earning his master’s degree, Talon had the pleasure of touring most of Utah for his undergraduate experience as various schools reached out and offered him scholarships to attend their programs. He started down south at Snow College in Ephraim, UT until Utah State University pulled him up north to Logan, UT where he really developed his love for social work. It was there that he completed his Bachelors of Social Work with a minor in sociology and was accepted into the University of Utah’s accelerated master’s program.

Talon sees that social work is different from other professions because social workers focus both on the person and their environment. As a social worker, Talon deals with both external and internal factors that impact a person’s situations and outlook. In Talons 2+ years of clinical experience, he has specialized in mind body bridging (MBB) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and has gained experience in treating substance related disorders and specific traumas.

When it comes to Talon’s clinical work, he offers a positive connection and reinforcement while holding boundaries and holding discomfort with his clients. It is through that unease that he is able to help his clients stretch and find their capacity to heal and grow. He also has a skillful use of mindfulness, sensory redirection, and acceptance skills when working with his clients. Additionally, he enjoys getting to know people personally as this allows him to celebrate and relish in what they already enjoy as well as mourn and lament in the painful and fearful parts of life. When it comes to good clinical care, Talon believes that as long as a client can take one step, then that is one level of progression that, however you define it, is success. It is growth.

When Talon isn’t busy getting to know his clients, he likes to look for ways to spend time with his close friends or family members, either by chatting on the phone, playing an online game, or getting together on the weekends. He also loves spending time watching a good 4K movie so he can enjoy all the small details the artists placed in there. Lastly, he enjoys practicing piano, guitar, Japanese, Spanish, and a good relaxing nap.

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Tricia Page

Clinical Director

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Tricia Page

Clinical Director

Biography: Tricia Page graduated from the University of Phoenix in 2012 with a Master of Science in mental health counseling. She is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CMHC) and is one of our program managers inthe Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). In her 9 years of clinical experience, she has received training in dialectical behavior therapy and gained a domestic violence certification.

Her experience in treating clients with OCD and anxiety comes from working in the substance abuse and recovery field where a majority of the clients she worked with suffered from anxiety and OCD. In the treatment of OCD and anxiety, Tricia is good at engaging clients with simple, easy to understand, and effective techniques to reduce symptoms. She fosters an open dialogue with clients to determine the most effective treatment. She also finds it very rewarding when her clients can find success in therapy after having struggled in the past to seek or maintain treatment.

Tricia’s belief behind treatment for OCD and anxiety is that it takes work and willingness. She believes that, as with any struggle in life, it takes hard work, patience, and a belief that people can improve and change.What makes Tricia distinct in this field is the heart and compassion she has for everyone she works with. She truly wants a client to feel the success they are working for. She hopes to offer a safe place for a person to experience change that they are proud of and reduce the shame of fear that may come with the struggles they have experienced.

When Tricia isn’t helping her clients seek change, she enjoys spending time with her family and enjoying the outdoors through camping, archery, or hiking.

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Cody Holmes

Shift Supervisor

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Cody Holmes

Shift Supervisor

Biography: Cody Holmes graduated from Boise State University in 2017 with a Master of Social Work. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), and is one of our shift supervisors in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). In his 2+ years of clinical experience, he has received trainings in crisis response planning (suicide prevention) and exposure and response prevention therapy (ERP).

Cody's experience with OCD and anxiety began when he started working at The OCD and Anxiety Treatment Center. He has since received extensive trainings and on-the-job experience. Additionally, he has had real-life experience supporting several loved ones with anxiety disorders. When it comes to the treatment of OCD and anxiety, Cody is good at helping people reclaim hopes, relationships, and dreams that fear and anxiety have snatched away. He will not just treat the illness but also help people get their life back. Cody has noticed that clients often come in skeptical that we can help due to past experiences in therapy. He loves helping those individuals feel successful in treatment and find hope.

Cody believes that OCD and anxiety can be managed and treated, and people with obsessive-compulsive and anxiety disorders can live fulfilling lives. What makes Cody unique in the treatment process is his use of humor when appropriate and beneficial. He is a strong proponent of using humor in therapy and helping people find joy in painful situations. He has also been told that he is good at validating others' experiences.

When Cody isn't busy helping others reclaim hope, he enjoys playing video games; spending time with his wife, kids, and dog; camping; hiking; and playing guitar.

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Laura Waite

Shift Supervisor

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Laura Waite

Shift Supervisor

Biography: Laura Waite graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2013 with a Master of Social Work. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), and is one of our shift supervisors in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). In her 7+ years of clinical experience, she has attended trainings through the IOCDF OCD conference, the Obsessive-compulsive Foundation of Western Pennsylvania, the Training Institute for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders, and the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of UPMC. These trainings included dialectical behavior therapy, motivational interviewing, acceptance and commitment therapy, and family-based treatment for adolescent anorexia nervosa.

Laura's experience with OCD and anxiety started with her training in exposure and response prevention (ERP) as an MSW intern working in an adult OCD IOP. She then continued this experience working in a pediatric OCD IOP for 5 years. When it comes to the treatment of OCD and anxiety, Laura is proud of the creativity she brings when brainstorming different types of exposures. She is good at understanding the level of anxiety or negative emotion the person is experiencing and knowing how much to activate in the exposure. She is also good at building comradery when more than one person is facing a difficult experience. Laura has helped many clients find success including one who had various forms of OCD, but the strongest theme was contamination. By the end of the client's treatment, she was able to return to live at her parent's house, wear "used clothes", attend and graduate from school, and maintain a job. She was able to regain her family and create a new life for herself.

Laura's philosophy about the treatment of OCD and anxiety involves her belief that living a life of uncertainty brings a sense of freedom. She also believes that this type of treatment is beneficial to any person regardless of mental health concerns. There is an empowerment that happens when one allows themselves to acknowledge their thoughts and emotions instead of avoiding them. What is distinct about Laura in this field is that she is the type of therapist who will do the exposure with the client. She loves to create exposures and wants to show the client who they can be without the OCD and anxiety getting in the way.

When Laura isn't busy brainstorming exposures with clients, she loves to be with family and cook. When her kitchen is messy after she's done cooking, it means that there is something delicious to eat. She also enjoys reading, watching historical films, and playing games.

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Madison Harper

Clinical Licensed Admissions Specialist

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Madison Harper

Clinical Licensed Admissions Specialist

Biography: Madison Harper graduated from Westminster College in 2018 with a Master of Science in mental health counseling. She is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CMHC) and is one of our clinical licensed admissions specialists. She chose to pursue a graduate level degree in mental health counseling (MHC) over similar degree paths because MHC is a more specialized program, has smaller class sizes, and is a three-year graduate program as opposed to two years with most other degrees. She valued having more time in the classroom to get a strong foundation on therapeutic modalities, diagnoses, and assessments. Madison also has her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Utah in psychology with a minor in human development. She started her undergrad at the University of Washington but after suffering a loss in her family, she returned to Utah to continue her education at the University of Utah. She was born and raised in Utah and is very happy that she made the decision to complete both of her degrees here and stay close to her family.

In Madison's 9+ years of experience in the mental health field, she has received trainings in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and trust-based relational intervention (TBRI) and received a Mental Health Officer Certification as well as a State Crisis Worker Certification. Prior to graduate school, she worked as a psychiatric technician at residential and inpatient facilities. She received her associate license in 2018 (ACMHC) and became fully licensed in 2020 (CMHC). Her previous employment prior to working at TOATC was with the Huntsman Mental Health Institute Crisis Services and in an outpatient private practice with children and their families in the foster and adoptive systems. Her positions at the Huntsman Mental Health Institute Crisis Services included shift lead, working on the SafeUT Crisis App/Crisis Line/National Suicide Lifeline, and assisting in dispatching their Mobile Crisis Outreach Teams. Other employment/internship experience includes a residential facility, the University Neuropsychiatric Institute Wellness Recovery Center, and the Valley Mental Health KIDS/ACES day treatment program.

Due to the numerous levels of mental health care that Madison has worked in, she brings many skills and attributes with her to the therapeutic relationships with her clients through the experience and insight she has gained into a multitude of diverse populations, diagnoses, and severity levels. She uses this knowledge to form an open and understanding therapeutic relationship with her clients, which creates a safe environment to engage in meaningful clinical work.

When it comes to good clinical care, Madison believes that the client/therapist relationship is the foundation. She believes that no meaningful work can occur without forming that crucial partnership, taking the time to create a level of trust, and engaging in rapport building. To Madison, good clinical care comes from the confidence the client has with their therapist and trusting in the process as well as the utilization of empirically-based interventions.

Madison is unique in this field because she has experience working within practically every level of care, such as short-term crisis services, outpatient, intensive outpatient programs (IOP), inpatient, day treatment, step-down facilities, and residential. She has extensive knowledge of criteria for each of these levels of care and can use this to best guide clients to get the help that they truly need/deserve.

When Madison isn't busy helping clients find the help that they need, she can most likely be found playing with her dogs, watching Grey's Anatomy (for the 100th time), or teaching indoor cycling classes at a boutique studio in Salt Lake City. She has been instructing indoor cycling for two years, and it is her favorite form of self-care.

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Hillary Gregory

Primary Therapist

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Hillary Gregory

Primary Therapist

Biography: Hillary Gregory graduated from the University of Nevada—Las Vegas in 2015 with a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) and is one of our therapists in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). She has also received two bachelors’ degrees from Southern Utah University in psychology and family life and human development. She chose to stay close to her small hometown of Parowan, UT (population approx. 2,800 people) while obtaining her bachelors’ degrees. After her undergrad, she traded in the small-town lifestyle for Las Vegas, her second home, while she pursued her master’s degree.

In Hillary’s 7+ years of clinical experience, she has achieved becoming a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), has become a certified drug and alcohol abuse counselor, and is currently attending Western Governor’s University for her second master’s degree in business management and leadership. She has also received trainings in trauma focused-cognitive behavioral therapy (TFCBT), Network of Juveniles Offending Sexually, motivational interviewing (MI), and mind body bridging. She also hopes to attend eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) training in 2021.

Hillary has worked in the mental health field for over 12 years and has an array of experience with different populations, including those struggling with severe and persistent mental health disorders, drug and alcohol abuse issues, sexual offenses, and conduct disorder. When it comes to working with clients, Hillary knows that she can work with any population of people through a willingness to learn and accepting feedback. She also uses congruency, transparency, and humor to develop therapeutic rapport with the individuals she works with. She believes that everyone deserves to live a balanced life free from debilitating disorders, including OCD and anxiety. Hillary is also distinct in her field because of her passion for learning and career development.

When Hillary isn’t busy learning more for her career, she enjoys watching scary movies or The Office, singing while driving on old dirt roads in her 4Runner, and cross-stitching. She is also a fan of Major League Soccer and will support Real Salt Lake until she dies. Whenever she can, she also loves to travel anywhere that she can take scuba diving excursions.

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Jennifer Hansen

Primary Therapist

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Jennifer Hansen

Primary Therapist

Biography: Jennifer Hansen graduated from Boise State University in 2021 with a Master of Social Work. She is a Certified Social Worker (CSW) and is one of our primary therapists in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). She also graduated from Utah State University in Logan, UT with a bachelor's degree in social work. She loved studying social work because it really focuses in on the strengths of people, which really aligns with her values.

In her 5+ years of clinical experience Jennifer has received training in the comprehensive model for behavioral treatment (ComB) for body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs) and also attended the 2021 Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors Conference. She has also been trained in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and exposure and response prevention therapy (ERP) through her 2 years of experience as a clinical assistant in our IOP and 9 months of experience as an intern IOP therapist at our South Jordan location. Before coming to The OCD and Anxiety Treatment Center, Jennifer also worked for 3 years in residential treatment centers.

When working with clients, Jennifer brings an environment of support and compassion into her therapeutic relationships. She meets her clients where they are at and collaborates with them to achieve their goals. When it comes to good clinical care, she really believes in working with them as a team because the collaborative relationship makes a huge difference in treatment. She also believes in creating a safe space for her clients. Jennifer's passion for what we do at our center and her love of continually learning new things is part of what brings more of her to this field. She is also unique in that she has received a lot of training in treating BFRBs and is passionate about helping to break the stigma associated with them.

When Jennifer isn't busy collaborating with her clients, she can be found reading, listening to music, and spending time outside soaking up some sunshine (usually all three at once). She also enjoys cuddling with her cat and watching true crime documentaries.

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John Penrod

Primary Therapist

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John Penrod

Primary Therapist

Biography: John Penrod graduated from The Catholic University of America in 2017 with a Master of Social Work. He is a Certified Social Worker (CSW) and is one of our primary therapists in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). In his five years of clinical experience, John has been trained in contingency management. Additionally, he also has a master’s in psychology with an emphasis in nonverbal communication. His experience with anxiety started during the two years he worked with adolescents in danger of being placed outside the home for repeated probation violations. He also spent a year doing research on parental response to their teens’ anxiety disorders. When it comes to the treatment of OCD and anxiety, John is good at distinguishing between the varying disorders and their presentation. He is comfortable with the diagnostic criteria for anxiety and has a strong theoretical foundation for and understanding of exposure-based interventions. A client that he worked with previously came in with a family history of OCD. During their first session, they talked about a potential treatment plan. When this client came in for their second session, it became clear that generalized anxiety disorder was a much better fit for the experiences they described. As he and his client talked through the ways in which worry functions and how to go about treating generalized anxiety, he was encouraged to see relief in the face of this client who felt understood and hopeful. John believes that at the core of OCD and anxiety there is often a deep discomfort with uncertainty. Those who suffer with these disorders experience not knowing as painful and dangerous. Because of this, successful treatment depends on a kind of experiential learning; by learning to sit with uncertainty, a person can begin to experience it as full of possibility instead of as threatening. John is distinct in this field and treatment process because his background includes a lot of theory and research. He values and enjoys intellectual pursuits, but he has consciously chosen doing over thinking because he has found it to be more valuable. When John isn’t busy distinguishing between disorders, he loves to dance, and hiking with his dog comes in a close second.

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Stephanie Parsons

Primary Therapist

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Stephanie Parsons

Primary Therapist

Biography: Stephanie Parsons graduated from the University of Chicago in 2020 with a Master of Social Work. She is a Certified Social Worker (CSW) and is one of our primary therapists in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). She loved studying social work because of the emphasis it has on macro level changes and the need to mobilize entire systems in order to enact change. She particularly loved studying social work in the epicenter of the city of Chicago, a city that has notoriously struggled with social issues. During her schooling, she worked with children and families from harshly marginalized communities, and this challenged her clinical skills and encouraged her to be creative and resilient right off the bat.

Before Stephanie’s 2+ years of clinical experience working mostly with children struggling with severe mental illness, she worked with children, families, and individuals with physical and mental illness for 7 years in locations all across the globe, including Slovakia, Thailand, and Canada. When it comes to working with clients, Stephanie believes that the therapeutic relationship is crucial in the course of effective treatment. It is of the utmost importance to her that her clients feel validated and heard in her office. She most frequently draws from family systems, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), narrative therapy, and other third wave therapeutic models in treatment. She strives to remain trauma-informed and culturally sensitive in all of her interactions with clients.

When it comes to good clinical care, Stephanie believes that clients should be met where they are at and that they are the experts of their own lived experience. She works to intentionally create a space of nonjudgement and radical acceptance for people of all identities and backgrounds. She is a strong believer that living a life of uncertainty can bring immense freedom and relief. Stephanie is distinct in her field because she loves doing hard things and thrives off of new experiences and adventures. She is always looking for new ways to push herself out of her comfort zone. She believes that this is really helpful in the treatment process with clients and helps her stay creative when building exposure lists. She loves being able to step into exposures with her clients so that they can experience them together.

When Stephanie isn’t busy validating and hearing her clients, she loves to travel and explore new corners of the world. Her puppy is the one thing keeping her from being nomadic, and they love to go on adventures in the mountains together.

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Veronica Anfinsen

Billing Coordinator

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Veronica Anfinsen

Billing Coordinator

Biography: Veronica Anfinsen is one of our utilization review and billing coordinators. She truly loves being able to help others understand their benefits and answer any of their questions that might come up. Veronica is excellent at fighting for client’s needs. On one particular occasion, she was able to fight through a denial and 2 appeals in order to secure a single case agreement for a client. It was a great experience for her to be able to work with the parents of the client. Seeing the appreciation that they had is just one more reason why she loves helping with insurance in the background. When Veronica isn’t busy answering insurance questions, she loves to be with her husband and two children. Together, they love camping, riding ATVs, and playing in the water. She also enjoys to craft, bake, and read books.

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Michelle Boulware

Bountiful Office Manager

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Michelle Boulware

Bountiful Office Manager

Biography: Michelle Boulware is our Office Manager at the Bountiful location. She graduated from Weber State University in 2000 with a bachelor's degree in technical sales and a minor in business administration. She also completed a year and a half of social work at Weber State University. She got her start working in the mental health field in 2007 as a member of a direct care staff for adolescents at a residential treatment center. While there, she was promoted to program manager and oversaw the girls' team. After a relocation to Texas, she became a Child Protective Services investigator and then later a group home manager where she ran fourteen group homes for adults with disabilities. Upon returning to Utah, she became a program director and opened up two transition homes for adolescents and young adults before coming to The OCD and Anxiety Treatment Center.

Out of Michelle's many accomplishments, one of the things that she is most proud of in this field is taking an idea from conception and making it a reality by opening and running two successful transition homes for adolescents and young adults. She found it very exciting and internally rewarding to help them transition back into the community. Some of the things her clients would accomplish were obtaining their first job, driving learner's permit, secondary education, etc.

Since Michelle was very young, she has always enjoyed helping others. She feels so thankful and appreciative that clients trust her to help them through their struggles. It brings her such joy when she sees a client overcome or find a way to live a happy and productive life. She feels very fortunate to be able to work in a field that she absolutely loves and feels passionate about. She is a true believer in the old saying "if you enjoy what you do, you will never work a day in your life." Michelle is also very distinct in this field because clients and fellow staff find her very approachable, and they can see that she genuinely cares. She has a unique quality to be able to assist clients and staff find viable solutions that are realistic to the situation. She also feels that her personality allows people to put their guard down and open up to her.

When Michelle isn't busy making ideas reality, she can be found spending time with her husband of thirty-two years, her three children, and six grandchildren. She has been with her husband for a total of thirty-five years, and her oldest grand baby is five years old. Together, they love going on adventures, having family dinners, watching movies/cartoons, playing games, doing crafts, solving puzzles, or anything that includes spending time together. She also enjoys learning new things, reading, going on walks/hikes, bike riding, and traveling.

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Kaytlin Talbot

South Jordan Office Manager

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Kaytlin Talbot

South Jordan Office Manager

Biography: Kaytlin Talbot is our Office Manager at the South Jordan location. She graduated from Utah State University in 2016 with bachelor's degrees in global communication and Asian studies and a minor in Japanese. She got her start in the mental health field working in residential treatment for the last 5 years before coming to us at TOATC. She did direct staff care work, shift supervisor work, and then became a manager of the residential program that she worked in for the last 3 years. The experience she gained includes crisis management, de-escalation, 5 years of teaching family model use, and 4 years of youth and employee management.

Kaytlin's many accomplishments include how good she is with people, which is what drew her to staying in the mental health treatment field. She is very organized and believes that she is good at creating solutions that allow for standards to be met while also cutting down on waste, whether that waste is time, unneeded steps in a process, or energy. She knows that she can help cultivate an environment where things are accessible and organized for our teams.

Kaytlin finds many aspects of her work very rewarding and important, including getting to work with people, guiding employees to better take care of our clients, and providing a safe and inviting environment for people to heal. Getting to see the fruits of those labors, seeing clients graduate and move on, and seeing professional growth in staff members, such as watching them thrive in their work environment, is very rewarding to Kaytlin.

Kaytlin is unique in this field because it is not initially where she saw herself working long-term. She thought she would end up working in what she had studied in college. She originally wanted to be a translator and work in an embassy using her Japanese, but she found something that was honestly even better for her. She feels that this field offers so much opportunity and growth for staff and clients together. It is ever evolving, which is something that she enjoys.

When Kaytlin isn't busy creating solutions, in the warmer months she loves to camp, kayak, swim, surf/paddle board, and go on nature walks. She has even recently taken up gardening fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Getting to eat what she has worked hard to grow has been very fun and rewarding for her. In the winter, she is either skiing or snuggling up by the fire watching a holiday movie. In general, she considers herself a cinephile. She loves movies and tv shows and even has a great memory when it comes to recalling scenes and the scores/music.

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