Angeleah Roberts

As a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, Angeleah Roberts, believes in taking a more holistic approach and incorporating the mind, body, and spirit during the healing process. Her medical background includes many years working in pain management prior to becoming a registered nurse. As a registered nurse, she spent her first few years working on the neurology and orthopedic floor at the hospital. Shortly after, she went on to work at an inpatient residential treatment center for eating disorders working with adolescents. Angeleah’s goal is to be able to help those who are struggling with mental illness to obtain relief from their suffering.

Carlos Palomo

Carlos has been working as a Clinician since 2016. He spent 7 years working in suicidality, psychosis, and Crisis Intervention. Carlos experience in working with clients in acute distress has given him the opportunity to understand how to best collaborate with clients in creating spaces externally and internally that invoke a sense of safety. This process creates room for vulnerability, awareness and courage to engage with difficult emotions and experiences. His approach is eclectic and curated to optimize facilitation for the client to experience growth and healing. His clinical style is conversational and egalitarian to ensure an open, warm and genuine therapeutic relationship between the therapist and client.

Bob McNutt

Bob McNutt earned his Bachelor’s of Behavioral Science degree from Utah Valley University and his Master’s of Social Work degree from the University of Utah. He began his career working with adolescents at inpatient facilities and local schools, helping to improve familial relations, address behavioral issues, create healthy attachments and work toward trauma/PTSD recovery. He also provided intervention for those suffering from suicidality, addictions, chronic depression and anxiety. Bob's passion is in outpatient therapy, working with a wide range of individuals. His focus is assisting people to find better balance and peace in their lives. He is eager to help others overcome mental health and social issues through self-empowerment. Bob works with individuals and couples suffering from a wide range of mental health and relational issues. Bob is known to be blunt in the ways he helps his clients to create lasting change. He is able to work with severe cases of complex trauma, suicidal ideation, addiction, behavioral concerns, exiting abusive relationships along with day to day experiences of depression, anxiety, OCD, sleep disorders and other mental health issues.

Carol S. Tanner

Carol Tanner has been a physician assistant for 21 years, specializing in pediatric, adolescent, and adult care. Her patients value the expert care she provides as well as the time she spends helping manage their health care needs. Carol holds a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Southern California, a Master’s in Exercise Physiology from Temple University, and a Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Utah, graduating at the top of her class. She has primarily specialized in adolescent and adult health care for the past 21 years, and enjoys helping individuals work through depression, anxiety, phobias, PTSD, post-partum depression, sleep disorders, eating disorders, trauma, and grief/loss, as well as learning and attention disorders. Carol has enjoyed providing comprehensive health care services, especially counseling with patients in various areas of mental and physical health and promoting healthier lifestyles. She is passionate about providing care to her patients and advocates improving mental health with medication combined with exercise, nutrition, meditation, and therapy. She has a passion for helping individuals and is devoted to showing them how to work through their emotions to find greater inner happiness and peace. Carol is not judgmental and focuses on creating a warm and empathetic environment where individuals feel comfortable voicing their struggles and working through these challenges and transitions together, along with finding avenues for support. Carol works in partnership with her patients, helping them understand their health, wellness, medication management and behavioral modification needs. She strives to stay current on her areas of expertise, as well as the latest treatments in mental health, to provide the best patient care. Carol enjoys spending time with her husband, five grown children and eight grandchildren. She loves traveling, working on family history, reading, and watching her children perform in the fine arts.

Derick Moody

Derick has been working with psychiatric medications for eight years. Over the course of his career, he has gained experience in dealing with various mental illnesses, including PTSD, OCD, MDD, GAD, psychotic disorders, bipolar disorder, and substance use disorders. Derick's consistent involvement in psychedelic-based treatments during this time has made him one of the most experienced psychedelic providers in the state.

Derick is dedicated to offering individualized, evidence-based, and compassionate care to all his patients. He believes in a holistic approach to mental health, which includes focuses on exercise, nutrition, diet, meditation, psychology, and social relationships, alongside medication management. Derick is also a strong advocate for patient education. He values patients being well-informed about their treatments and conditions and is always available to answer questions and provide the time needed for patients to express their concerns and receive answers.

Cheri Mills

Cheri Mills earned her Bachelor of Arts in Deaf Studies from Utah Valley University, her Master of Social Work from Gallaudet University, and her Doctor of Social Work from Capella University. Cheri has experience working with individuals who struggle with substance abuse issues, childhood trauma, domestic violence, sexual trauma, various mental health issues, and Veterans who struggle with PTSD and TBIs.

Cheri is a trauma informed therapist who strongly believes that her clients are the experts in their lives. She enjoys working with individuals to uncover their inner strengths, find the strengths and positives that come from the darkest times, and empower them to find their voice. She creates a safe space for her clients by building a trusting and healthy provider-client relationship where the client knows that their voice matters. She is able to achieve this by using a holistic treatment approach and adapting modalities to meet the client where they are at along their journey of healing.

Chantel Iannone

Chantel (she/her) received her bachelor's degree in family studies with an emphasis in human development from Brigham Young University. She obtained her master's degree in social work from Boise State University. In her practice, Chantel takes a holistic approach, using therapeutic tools that help her clients live in a fulfilling and meaningful way. Chantel has experience working with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, domestic violence, sexual trauma, severe mental illness, and other issues. Chantel creates a safe place for clients to work through life's challenges by emphasizing the provider-client relationship and the growth it helps facilitate. Her practice also focuses on utilizing self-efficacy and empowerment to assist clients in making positive changes in their lives. Chantel uses a wide range of therapeutic modalities and skills to meet her clients where they are and help them make forward progress in their life.

Chad Vigil

Chad is a board certified and licensed Physician Assistant. He completed Physician Assistant education and training at Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey in 2017. His undergraduate education was completed at the University of Utah in Exercise Physiology. Chad has previous experience in interventional pain management, clinical research, medical cannabis treatment, medical detox and palliative care. Chad is a certified QMP for Utah's Medical Cannabis Program and has treated over 1,000 patients with medical cannabis.
He enjoys helping patients overcome physical and mental challenges so they can get back to doing things they enjoy and spend valuable time with their loved ones. His training has been mostly western medicine-based but has always sought to have balance and an open mind to integrative treatments.
He resides in South Jordan, Utah with his wife and four children. Outside of work, Chad loves to spend time with his family hiking, biking, kayaking, and playing music. Chad is a former semi-professional touring drummer. He continues to enjoy teaching his children to play music. Chad is also the owner of a nonprofit organization which raises funds for young, pregnant women.

Cami Felt

Cami Felt earned her Master of Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Utah, where she was recognized with the C. Hilman Castle scholar award for exceptional patient care skills. Prior to becoming a PA, Cami earned a Bachelor of Science undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University, then completed an Ed.S. in School Psychology at the University of Northern Colorado. She worked for 12 years as a nationally certified school psychologist providing a variety of mental health and psychoeducational assessment and counseling services for children aged pre-K to high school. She has spent many years working first-hand with children and families struggling to find specialized behavioral health services, and her goal in becoming a PA is to integrate her psychological and medical training to provide needed behavioral health and medication management services to children and their families. She is passionate about collaborating with parents and other caregivers to help children, as she believes that children are successful when the people who care for them are supported. Cami speaks fluent Spanish, and loves the opportunity to work with multilingual families. Cami stays busy with children's lives at home as well, as she, her husband, and their three children enjoy camping, hiking, crafting, and working together through all of life's big and small problems.

Arlene Marie Samen

Arlene is a trained Family Nurse Practitioner with over 40 years experience in Maternal Child Health and Psychedelic Assisted Therapy. For over 24 years she was the CEO of One Heart World Wide, a US based non-profit working in developing countries to reduce maternal and newborn deaths. In 1998 she met His Holiness the Dalai Lama who asked her to go to Tibet and help save the lives of pregnant women and their newborn babies. TO date, One Heart World Wide's model "the Network of Safety" has reached over 1 million mothers and babies in Nepal. In 2016, she graduated from the California Institute of Integral Studies in the first Psychedelic Assisted Therapy Certificate Program. She is trained by the Ketmaine Research Foundation as a KAP trainee and is a consultant for Journese to train new therapist in KAP. In 2021, she started working for Novamind as a dosing monitor and now works part time at Numinuss Wellness as a Clinical Research Dosing Monitor.