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Green Forest

Tammy Steans, LCMHC

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.

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