Founder | Partner | Clinical Director
Tammy is a licensed professional counselor who has worked with children and families for over 20 years. Her specialties include mood disorders-depression, anxiety, attention deficit/hyperactivity, behavioral and post-traumatic stress, and substance abuse disorders, stress management, grief counseling, interpersonal problems, relationships-couples therapy, divorce and parenting, children and families, and group therapy.
Tammy earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Empire State College, State University of New York. She earned her Masters of Science Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the College of St. Joseph’s in Rutland, Vermont. Tammy was honored to receive the Divisional Award of Psychology & Human Services and became inducted into the Psi Chi National Honor Societies. She was provided with the opportunity to be chosen as an adjunct professor and personal growth counselor while fulfilling her internship with the College of St. Joseph’s. As a clinician, she has worked with an intensive aftercare prevention program and as a Federal Program Supervisor in the state of Utah. Tammy is a licensed Professional Counselor.
Kathy Reimherr, LCSW
Founder | Partner | Clinical Director
In 1976, Kathy found her meaningful career. Kathy was connected with a CETA program through Granite Community Mental Health Center (GCMHC) where she later became employed in 1978. In 1981-1982 Kathy worked on crisis units, managed by Randy Lannel LCSW and Craig Brown Ph.D, and developed excellent hands-on skills and experience in the mental health field. During 1982, Kathy worked part time with Parents United, an organization under the leadership of Jeb Brown Ph.D., helping families recover from incest. She received her MSW in 1988 and was then offered a position by Donna Castleton DSW, to build and supervise the first ever, mental health treatment program within a Community Corrections Center setting (Orange Street MIO Program).
The MIO Program lasted an unprecedented eighteen years, and in 1997, Doug Mottonen, ACSW chose Kathy to manage Valley Mental Health’s Forensic Unit, of which the MIO Program was a part. She participated in the opening of two state mental health courts and one federal. Kathy also briefly worked with LDS Hospital then with Primary Children’s in the 1990s. At both positions she was a part time social worker who aided those who had difficulties dealing with grief when a loved one passed.
Frederick W. Reimherr, M.D., is the Director of the Psychiatric & Behavioral Solutions Clinic. He was previously the Director of the Mood Disorders Clinic at Department of Psychiatry in the University of Utah School of Medicine. He has also worked with several rural mental health clinics including Public Health Service facilities on the Wind River Indian Reservation and was Medical Director of United Behavioral Clinics, Utah’s first managed care psychiatric clinic.
He is a board certified psychiatrist. He earned his medical degree at Case Western Reserve and completed his internship and residency at the University of Utah College of Medicine. Fred is a member of the American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology and the World Federation of ADHD.
He has authored or coauthored over 100 publications dealing ADHD, depression and personality disorder. He has over 30 years experience in clinical trials. Dr. Reimherr’s area of research centers on the treatment of major mental disorders: depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Dr Reimherr also participates as an editor and/or reviewer for several journals.
In addition to research efforts, he has maintained an active practice at both the University of Utah and Valley Mental Health. In both clinics, he helped treatment resistant patients with a variety of psychiatric and addictive problems.
Early in his career, he participated in the initial studies which addressed ADHD during adulthood. He and several associates at the University of Utah published the first paper on the treatment of ADHD in adults in 1976.
He remains an recognized leader in this research, contributing to both national and international symposiums and conferences. He has a particular interest in more severe ADHD and its relationship with social functioning and other mental disorders. He has been the principal investigator of over a hundred studies since 1976.
Phillip D. Gale, M.D.
Mental Health Therapist
Nicole is a mental health therapist who has worked with the mental health population for over six years. She has focused on court-ordered treatment for both substance abuse and domestic violence. She co-presented at the Utah Substance Abuse Conference held annually at the University of Utah on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in 2010. Her specialties include depression, mood disorders, PTSD, anxiety, individual, and family therapy. Nicole has earned both her Bachelors and Masters Degrees from the University of Phoenix. She is licensed in the State of Utah as an Associate Professional Counselor.
Michelle Randall, LCMHC
Mental Health Therapist
Michelle is a mental health therapist with more than four years of experience working as a mental health therapist. Her specialties include; mood and anxiety disorders, court ordered treatment, anger management, personality disorders and substance use disorders. She provides individual, family and group therapy. Michelle achieved a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Consumer and Family Studies Human Development from the University of Utah and a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix. She is licensed in the State of Utah as an Clinical Mental Health Counselor.
Barrie K. Marchant, M.S.
Mr. Marchant received his BS at the University of Utah in 1976. Subsequently he began working for the community mental health system in Salt Lake County until receiving his M.S. from the School of Educational Psychology at the University of Utah in 1983. He then worked in a private for profit hospital in Salt Lake.
In 1985 he began work at the Hastings Regional Center in Nebraska as a psychologist. In this facility he conducted psychological evaluations in both the psychiatric and drug abuse units contributing to patient diagnosis and treatment plans.
Mr. Marchant began working for the University of Utah, School of Medicine in 1998. Primary responsibilities were data analysis and writing for publication. Secondary responsibilities include submissions to the IRB and development of investigator initiated trials. He has been published in a number of prestigious psychiatric journals.
Case Manager | Study Coordinator
Melissa is our client care manager as well as a research study coordinator for our pharmaceutical research clinic. She has worked in the mental health field for over 11 years and her experience includes working with clients suffering from depression, substance abuse, bi-polar, and schizophrenia. Melissa is fluent in Spanish. She is familiar with the court system and how mental health is viewed in the legal system.
Camille has worked on clinical trials for over 6 years in various aspects of mental health, including research on adults and adolescents with depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, ADHD, and stuttering disorders. She is currently pursuing her bachelors in Psychology. Camille also spends much of her time volunteering for various mental health programs in Salt Lake City.
Clinical research study coordinator and certified phlebotomist. Has worked in mental health for over 11 years and has experience in working with clients with substance abuse dependence, depression, schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder and ADHD. Cyndi has worked with the federal mental health court and the federal drug court programs. She is also currently pursuing an RN degree.
Judy is originally from the state of New York and moved to Salt Lake City in 2009. She dedicated herself to General Electric and retired after 30 years of service in 1994. She decided to get a degree in Horticulture and opened her owned her own greenhouse business until 2002. Judy enjoys working with our community and has worked for PB Solutions since February 2012.