Jennifer Cardinal, Ph.D., NCSP

Licensed Psychologist

CEO & Founder

Dr. Cardinal has experience assessing and providing therapy for children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of brain-based disorders such as ADHD, autism, nonverbal learning disorders, learning disabilities, depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, Tourette’s, trichotillomania, bipolar disorder, memory problems and traumatic brain injury.

Jessica Todd,  LCMHC

Mental Health Therapist

Program Manager of

Children & Tween Programming

Jessica Todd, LCMHC has extensive experience working with youth and their families in a variety of partial hospitalization and residential facilities, emphasizing behavioral interventions, play, cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, dialectical behavioral, and attachment based approaches. With a passion for helping to increase quality of life for others.

She has the privilege of working with a wide variety of age groups including children, adolescents, and adults in individual, group, and family therapy contexts. Jessica specializes in working with individuals with autism, sensory processing disorder, anxiety disorders, depression, ODD, ADHD/ADD, and other mood disorders. 

Mindy Russell-Stamp, Ph.D


Mindy Russell-Stamp earned a Ph.D. in School Psychology (Minor: Autism) in 2007 from the University of Kansas. She completed her doctoral internship at Father Flanagan's Girls and Boys Town (Omaha NE.) where she provided consultation, assessment and therapeutic services to youth living in a residential setting. In this setting, she had the opportunity to work with youth experiencing learning disabilities, ADHD, conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, anxiety, depression, and substance use disorders.

Dina Hargrave, M.S., Ed.S., LCMHC

Mental Health Therapist &

School Psychologist

Dina is a Georgia native who began her mental health career 12 years ago as an education consultant. Dina graduated from Utah State University with her Master's of Psychology and then earned her Education Specialist degree. Dina works with children, teens and young adults (and their families) ages 3-25, specializing in assessment and research based therapies. 

Alyson Gardner, LCSW

Mental Health Therapist

Alyson Gardner, CSW, is a licensed clinical social worker with a Bachelors in Social Work, minor in Sociology from Weber State University. She received her Masters of Social Work from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, TX. Alyson  specializes in assessment and research based therapies.

Her work specializes in all family issues across the board, with extensive knowledge and training with ADHD, anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, ODD, PTSD, trauma and personality disorders.

Nick Mathis, ACMHC

Mental Health Therapist

Nick Mathis, a ACMHC mental health counselor, graduated with a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Human Services from the University of Phoenix. He is currently continuing his education there and eagerly anticipates graduating with honors with a Master's Degree in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program in August of 2018. Nick has education and training in diverse counseling areas, including human growth and development and family, couples, individual, adolescent, and child counseling. Other areas of education include group work, substance abuse, and career development.

Giannina Fuentes, CSW

Mental Health Therapist

Giannina Fuentes, CSW, earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology (2010) and a master’s degree in social work (2017), both from University of Utah. In graduate school, she has completed two internships, one of them with Community Health Centers and the other one with Child and Family Empowerment Services, where she served children, adolescents, adults and families. Giannina had the opportunity to work with range of personal and family problems including childhood and adult trauma, domestic violence, conduct disorder, anxiety, depression, stress, and relationships. She also worked extensively with children and family of all ages as a child welfare worker for DCFS, and with children with autism, ADHD and people with disabilities.

Lisa Daniels, Ph.D.

Pediatric Neuropsychologist

Lead Psychologist

Lisa M. Lindeke Daniels, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist with specialization in Pediatric Neuropsychology.  She has expertise in evaluation of psychological concerns as well as a wide spectrum of neuropsychological concerns including AD/HD, Intellectual Disabilities, Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (including Autism Spectrum Disorder), Learning Disabilities (including Dyslexia), and the impact of Traumatic Brain Injuries.

Natalee Fristrup, LCMHC

Mental Health Therapist

Program Manager of Teen Programming

After being a stay-at-home mom for three fabulous kids, Natalee Fristrup returned to school to achieve her dream of graduating from college. Natalee’s deep desire to assist individuals overcome their personal obstacles motivated her to earn a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Utah State University and a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Westminster College. Natalee has extensive experience treating clients with dissociative disorders, personality disorders, trauma, and abuse.

Lyndsey Evans, Ph.D.

Psychologist/Post Doctorate Fellow

Manager of Outreach & Development

Lyndsey Evans, Ph.D., earned her doctorate from The University of Northern Colorado, where her research focused on psychological well-being, parenting, and emotional expression.  She has experience evaluating and providing therapeutic services to preschool, elementary, and junior high students within the school and clinical settings.   Dr. Evans has worked with students with Specific Learning Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder, emotional regulation difficulties, and anxiety and mood disorders.  Additionally, Dr. Evans has provided individual and group therapy to women experiencing mood and anxiety disorders within the perinatal period.  

While currently specializing in evaluative services for children and adolescents, Dr. Evans is completing her postdoctoral fellowship and is receiving supervision to expand her assessments and therapeutic services to adult clients. 

Rita Zimmerman, LCMHC

Mental Health Therapist &

School Psychologist

Rita works with people of all ages assisting clients to choose thoughts and behaviors that encourage satisfying relationships and healthy functioning across their life settings. Rita consults with parents and school teams to advocate for children’s special needs, teaches clients how to manage anxiety and depression, facilitates effective couple communication and role division, and gives parents positive strategies for raising compliant, happy kids.

Amber Zaugg, LCSW

Mental Health Therapist 

Amber is prepared to assist clients of all ages better navigate their unique lives. She has completed training in Gottman Couples Therapy, a therapy designed to help couples communicate and connect. She is also working to become certified in EMDR therapy to treat those who have experienced trauma.

Candace Horne, ACMHC

Mental Health Therapist

Candace received her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Utah. Her undergraduate studies were psychology and child development and included a practicum at Youth OUTreach, an Ogden area non-profit supporting LGBTQ youth. Candace welcomes clients of all ages, for any concerns. Approaching counseling from a strengths-based perspective, she integrates evidence-based strategies with compassionate exploration of dilemmas and distress. Her clinical experience includes anxiety, depression, grief and loss, issues of identity, family and parenting concerns, life transitions, and coping with stress.

Breanna Nelson, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Breanna Nelson, MS, CCC-SLP is a Utah licensed and ASHA (American Speech and Hearing Association) certified speech-language pathologist with 12 years experience. She received her bachelor’s degree from Utah State University and master’s degree from Gallaudet University. She has a wide range of experience evaluating and treating populations with a variety of diagnoses and all ages. She also has experience providing services via telehealth, a new effective and convenient way to provide therapy.Breanna loves working with her patients to provide quality assessment and therapy that is driven by patient and caregiver goals. She also provides coaching, education, and support services to caregivers.


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