Rebecca Rae

Becca graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and a minor in Family, Consumer, and Human Development in 2017. During her junior and senior years of college, she worked as a support staff in a center for adults with disabilities. It was there that she discovered her love for helping others acquire skills to increase independence and improve their quality of life. For her undergraduate apprenticeship she assisted in an ABA clinic teaching functional play skills to children ages 4 and younger using shaping procedures. After seeing the progress that these children made, she decided to pursue ABA as a career. Since her undergrad, Becca has worked with clients of all ages teaching them through play as well as Discrete Trial Training. Becca received her Master’s in Education with an emphasis in ABA at the University of Utah and soon after received her credential as a behavior analyst. Becca now works at the Riverdale Center and loves her job. During her free time you will find Becca playing with her dog and eating mint ice cream.

Danielle Yang

Danielle has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Brigham Young University and a Master’s of Education Degree in Behavior Analysis from the University of Utah. She worked as a direct interventionist and as a group program director before becoming a clinician and has since overseen a variety of parent and therapist-implemented treatment programs primarily for reducing problem behavior and for increasing adaptive life skills.

Jaeyong Cho

Bio coming soon.

Scott Lovelace

Scott has had the opportunity to work with a variety of clients across the country and the world. He has been a clinical director, a primary therapist, volunteer, equine-assisted psychotherapist, and business owner in the field of counseling. Throughout his 15-year career, he has had the opportunity to assist children, adolescents, families and military service members with overcoming challenges associated with substance abuse, sexual abuse, anxiety disorders, depression, communication difficulties, learning challenges, and conflict resolution. Through his life experiences, Scott has been able to become more understanding of the need for strong family support as well as the need for building relationships to heal. Life experiences have also taught him that compassion and kindness are important motivating attributes. Scott firmly believes that through small means, great changes can be brought about, especially with the right support system. Scott has shown that he can effectively work with adolescents, often connecting with them through discussion of his time playing football in college, working out with professional football teams, and playing semi-professional football during graduate school. His love of sport has also contributed to his desire and understanding that working with a team is a much better approach to working through challenges, as opposed to trying to accomplish everything simply as an individual. Outside of his professional career, Scott and his lovely wife Valeria have three children who keep them busy with school, friends, art and myriad other activities. Scott can also be found wearing a kilt on the field of the Highland Games or preparing to compete in the Games in the weight room. His family loves being back in Utah, where a variety of options are available for family activities.

C. Renee Renda

Renee earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Psychology (behavior analysis emphasis) from Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, AL. She recently graduated from Utah State University with her Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis, and she is currently working toward becoming a doctoral level Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Over the past decade, Renee has taught several courses in behavior analysis at the collegiate level, conducted research in the experimental analysis of behavior, and provided ABA therapy to individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She loves seeing the positive impact that behavior analysis can have at the individual and societal level. In her spare time, Renee enjoys doing anything outdoors (hiking, backpacking, biking, canoeing), gardening, and cooking.

Rachael Deceuster

Rachael has a Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in Political Science. She is currently enrolled in Florida Institute of Technology’s hybrid M.A. program in Applied Behavior Analysis. Rachael works in the St. George region as a behavior intern. Rachael has two sons, one who is on the autism spectrum. She has seen the power of applied behavior analysis in her son’s life and wants to provide the same help to kids with autism that he received.

Kacylia Kulow

Kacylia received a Bachelor’s Degree in Family Life and Human Development from Southern Utah University in 2017 and received a Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology. Kacylia started working with Utah Behavior Services in 2017 and has loved seeing the impact ABA therapy has on children and their families.

Arianna Aleman

Arianna holds a Bachelor’s degree from Southern Utah University in Family Life and Human Development with an emphasis in Early Childhood Development She is currently enrolled in Florida Institute of Technology’s hybrid M.A. program in Applied Behavior Analysis. She is currently working in the Saint George region as a behavior intern. Arianna was worked with children of all ages but has a soft spot for early learners. She is committed to strengthening families and improving lives of children.

Jason R Archuleta

Jason is Utah Native though he has lived in Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago and New York. Jason received his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Westminster College & his Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. Jason has worked in mental health for 4 years. He has worked with a variety of diverse populations such as the LGBTQIA adolescents, Veterans, Refugee families, those experiencing substance dependence and people experiencing homelessness including veterans. Jason is delighted to be back in Utah and a part of the UTBS team.

Patrick Cox

Patrick graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work. He earned a Masters of Counseling degree from the University of Phoenix.

Patrick has 16 years of experience as a therapist and over 30 years working in the Social Work field. Patrick has worked in the Public Mental Health sector with adults and adolescents with mental health and substance use problems. Patrick worked with the chronic homeless population for over 10 years.

Patrick also has experience in both the school setting (Junior High) and Residential treatment for adolescents dealing with mental health and substance use issues.