Kris Doty is a graduate of Utah Valley University, having received her bachelor's degree in Behavioral Science. She earned a Master of Social Work degree from Brigham Young University and a doctorate in social work from the University of Utah. Her research interests include cultural considerations surrounding Mormonism, program evaluation, and welfare reform. Kris is a licensed clinical social worker with a specialty in crisis intervention. Her practice experience includes working in the emergency room at Utah Valley Hospital, and conducting individual and group therapy at a residential treatment facility for adults with learning disabilities. Kris is currently a disaster mental health volunteer with the American Red Cross and maintains a small private practice. She has served on advisory boards for several local organizations. Kris teaches social work and is the Director of Social Work Field Education at Utah Valley University. She has been happily married to Bill Doty for 32 years and they are the parents of five children.
Brett Breton is the Assistant Director of the Multicultural Center. His doctoral work was completed at Brigham Young University and he currently explores issues of theory, diversity, and student affairs.
Matthew Draper is a counseling psychologist and an associate professor of behavioral science at Utah Valley University. He researches theoretical and philosophical issues in psychotherapy, particularly moral theory.
Russell Gaede holds a Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, a post-master's certificate in marriage and family therapy, and a master's degree in Mental Health Counseling. He is the Executive Director of Life Enhancement Center (www.lecutah.com), former chair of the Utah licensure board for Counselors, and has taught psychology classes at UVU.
Natalie Haight is an undergraduate student at UVU majoring in Behavioral Sciences.
Jack L. Jensen Ed.D. is a licensed psychologist and currently the Director of Psychological Services at Utah Valley University. Dr. Jensen has been in professional practice over 38 years. Most of his work has been with college age students at UVU. He also maintains a part time private practice. He has worked with families, couples and individuals who struggle with a variety of emotional/behavioral problems that impair their success in life.
Cameron earned his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Arizona.
Jason H. King, LPC is Clinical Director of Life Enhancement Center (www.lecutah.com), an outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment facility in Utah County servicing adolescents and adults. Jason serves as Chair of the Utah DOPL board for Professional Counselors and as DSM-5 Revision Task Force committee member for AMHCA and ACA. Jason received a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Utah and a Master of Counseling in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix; he is a doctoral candidate at Capella University specializing in Counselor Education and Supervision. His practice is an approved site for DSM-5 Clinical Research Field Trials.
Julie Ogilvie is an undergraduate student at UVU majoring in Behavioral Sciences.
Robin has been working in the mental health field since returning to school to earn a Master's degree in human development with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy. He graduated from BYU in 1980 with a BS in Family Finance, and from Virginia Tech with an MS in 2001. He received his therapist license in 2008 just after starting to work at Wasatch Mental Health. Working now in School Based Services and as a private practitioner, Robin varies that routine by spending spare time hiking, gardening, reading, working on various home projects, playing with grandkids, and pursuing adventures with his wife who also works at Wasatch Mental Health.