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Dr. Audrey Hoffmann
Audrey Hoffmann is a doctoral-level Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She received her Master’s in Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and her Doctorate in Disability Disciplines and ABA from Utah State University. She specializes in the functional analysis of problem behavior, function-based interventions, evidence-based practice (EBP), and ethics in ABA practice. As a former assistant professor and current adjunct instructor, she especially enjoys educating and training students and interns pursuing board certification in behavior analysis. She has published research on functional analysis, function-based interventions, and using technology as reinforcement. She is passionate about evidence-based decision-making in ABA, high-quality ABA supervision practices, and infusing EBP and ethics into all components of behavior analytic practice.
Utah native, but recently returned from a 5 year period of learning and practicing in Denver and Aurora, Colorado. Has 8+ years experience working in the field of nursing from working in long term pediatric home health, geriatric home health, nursing homes and rehab to child and adolescent inpatient psychiatry to adult inpatient and outpatient psychiatry. Graduated from University of Colorado, Denver in 2017 with a Master’s in Nursing and is certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner across the lifespan. Enjoys working with all ages and all psychiatric issues across the board. Has experience in a large range of treatments for ailments from anxiety to psychosis and is excited to learn about new treatments from an evidence-based perspective. Believes medications are most effective when utilized with therapy and behavioral changes.
Dr. Tamara Broadhead
Dr. Broadhead has 10 years of clinical experience managing medications for patients throughout the lifespan. With dual certifications in family medicine and psychiatry, her goal is to evaluate children, adolescents and adults from an integrative perspective. Medications are typically an adjunct to other modalities of treatment. When used appropriately and safely, they can greatly improve the effectiveness of behavioral modification.
Dr. Brett Shumway
Dr. Brett Shumway is a licensed psychologist. He holds a M.A. in Counseling and Guidance and a PhD in Counseling Psychology, both from New Mexico State University. He completed an APA accredited pre-doctoral internship at the University of Utah’s Neuropsychiatric Institute (UNI), where he continued in a child and adolescent psychology fellowship position. Brett has worked with children, adolescents, and families in several settings, including primary care, juvenile detentions, medical and psychiatric hospitals, day treatment, residential treatment, wilderness therapy, and outpatient clinics. His experience includes working as a school district psychologist, addressing students’ social-emotional and academic needs. He has extensive training in psychological testing and evaluation and uses it to provide comprehensive and specialized testing. Although Brett works with a range of individuals, he has specialized experience with adolescents who have substance abuse concerns, medical conditions that impact mental health and well-being, individuals with learning disorders or other academic difficulties, motivation, survivors of physical, emotional, and sexual trauma, Autism Spectrum Disorder, OCD, ADHD, chronic depression and anxiety, family concerns, and Spanish-speaking and bilingual families. He also spends a lot of time on his mountain bike and hiking with his wife and 4 children.
Dr. Lillian Adolphson
Lillian’s experience in the field of special education began as a volunteer at the age of 14. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, as well as a Master’s, and a Ph.D. in Special Education. Lillian is a doctoral level Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and has worked extensively in this field, beginning in 1994 as an interventionist, and as a program supervisor since 1999. Lillian has lectured at the University of Utah in Assessment, Research Design and Behavior Management, and has published extensively. She has conducted and supervised multiple and varied behavior programs throughout the country.