Carlos Acevedo

Carlos earned his Master’s Degree in Counseling from Boise State University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Idaho and an Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Utah, currently. He also earned a Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho in Exercise Physiology. He has worked with a variety of diverse populations including migrant families, LGBTQ clients, refugee families, etc. His therapeutic modalities of training are in Acceptance commitment therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Solution focus.

Carlos has a passion for working with children with autism since his oldest son has been diagnosed within the spectrum. In his spare time, Carlos enjoys playing sports (soccer and basketball primarily) , doing anything outdoors, dancing (folklore and salsa) and cooking carne asada. Carlos is fluent in Spanish. Carlos is excited to be back in Utah and be a part of the UTBS team. He is working as a therapist in the Lehi Center.

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Lee Wulfenstein

Lee was introduced to and deeply inspired by the concepts behind family therapy while he was an undergraduate student at Utah Valley University. After completing his degree in family studies at UVU, Lee earned a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and a certificate of advanced study in trauma informed practice from Syracuse University. A major component of his training at SU was in working with ethnic and cultural diversity, and with the LGBTQ+ community, receiving specific training in transgender issues. Lee received further trauma certification in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy through The Medical University of South Carolina. As an intern, Lee worked for a Child Advocacy Center where he was able to use his training in trauma to work with abused and neglected children and their family’s. After graduation, Lee worked in a child and adolescent clinic doing couple and family therapy prior to moving home to Utah. Lee enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families through a systemic lens to help them develop coping and communication skills, process trauma, create congruence, make meaning, set healthy boundaries, heal attachment injuries, gain personal insight, and modify behaviors using a variety of family therapy techniques.

Miriam Roche

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Stephanie Nielsen

Stephanie is a graduate from Utah State University where she completed a Masters of Social Work in 2017 and Bachelors of Education with a degree of Family, Community, and Human Services in 2012. She is a Certified Social Worker (CSW). Along with working at UTBS as a Mental Health Clinician, Stephanie has years of experience working as a child welfare worker.

Catherine Bunting

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Alisha Holmes

Alisha graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. She earned a Masters of Social Work degree from Boise State University. Alisha has been with Utah Behavior Services since February 2017. Alisha’s favorite part of her job is working as part of a team to provide the highest quality of services to children of all ages. In her free time Alisha enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and dog, baking, and doing karate.

Nathan Craven

Nathan has a Bachelors in psychology from Southern Utah University and is currently studying for a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Marquette University. In the end he wants to work as a Neuropsychologist working with Developmental Disabilities. He loves the outdoors, playing card and board games, and eating good food.

Brianna Cazarez

Brianna holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Criminology. She is currently attending Florida Institute of Technology Hybrid M.A program in Applied Behavior Analysis. She is passionate about the field of Behavior Analysis and is pursuing a BCBA credential by accruing her supervision hours in the St. George Region as a Behavior Intern. Brianna is looking forward to pursuing her passion and utilizing her ABA skills to impact young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Allyson Cahill

Allyson received her Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Southern Utah University in 2018. During this time, she worked with adults with disabilities with varying disorders for two years and then found Utah Behavior Services in March of 2017. She loves the work that she does and the difference that she makes in these individuals lives as well as their families lives.

Allyson is currently enrolled in Florida Institute of Technology working towards becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She enjoys hiking and camping, and also enjoys reading.