Brian Butler, LCSW is the Program Manager for the Watch (Homeless Outreach) program, the Jail Transition Program (JTP), and the Wasatch House Director. He has worked in the mental health field for over 15 years. He has specialties in: DBT, Mindfulness, CBT, sexual addictions, working with adults, the homeless and mentally ill population, clinical supervision, and individual/group therapy. Brian assisted in starting the first Mental Health Court program in Utah County in 2004. As a program manager, he has expanded mental health court services to the Orem, Provo City, and Springville Justice Courts. Brian is currently the chair of the Discharge Planning Committee of the Mountainlands Continuum of Care, and successfully implemented an internship program with the Utah County Jail/Utah Valley University Social Work Program/and Wasatch Mental Health to provide discharge planning services in the jail.
Brian enjoys music (especially singing and playing the piano), traveling- usually with a trailer, visiting National and State Parks, action movies, and watching his children play soccer and baseball.
Monte Memmott, CMHC is a Supervising Therapist for the WATCH Program as well as over the JRI and CABHI Contracts. Monte is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and has been working as a therapist for 7 years and in the field of mental health for even longer. He is currently working with incarcerated individuals, both WMH clients as well as other inmates, in the Utah County Jail. Monte began his career working in the Stride department before transferring to Targeted Case Management. He worked as a case manager for 6 years and was fortunate to be the first case manager for Mental Health Court. While a case manager, he went to graduate school and completed his final internship at the WRC.
Monte is an avid smoker enthusiast—the kind that enjoys smoking (and then eating) all kinds of meat, fish, jerky, and cheese. Most weekends you may find him on his back porch tending his smoker and enjoying the pleasant smells billowing out of it.
Shelly Bingham, CMHC has been serving seriously mentally ill adults since 1992 after she graduated from BYU with her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology. While raising 4 kids as a single mom, she finished graduate school at the University of Phoenix and received her Clinical Mental Health Counselor license. She has worked in Nevada and Utah as a therapist for the last 13 years doing crisis intervention, group therapy and individual therapy mostly with homeless adults.
Shelly enjoys volleyball, racquetball, and snow skiing and is sometimes seen hobbling around the office from her attempts at these activities. She has 4 awesome children and 4 of the most beautiful grandchildren you will ever see!
Tyler Jenson, LCSW is a therapist providing services at the Utah County Jail. Tyler earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Utah in Social Work. He went on to earn his Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah in 2006 and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Tyler has been working with Wasatch Mental Health since 1999, and has worked in many different departments. He enjoys working with individuals who struggle with substance abuse along with mental health issues.
Tyler enjoys scuba diving and golf in his spare time.