Brian Butler, LCSW, Payson Therapist

Brian Butler, LCSW is the Wasatch House Director and Program Manager for the Payson Family Clinic. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has worked at Wasatch Mental Health since 2001 in the capacities of therapist, Staff Supervisor and Program Manager. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in both Political Science and Family and Human Development from Utah State University and a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from the University of Utah. His specialties include: DBT, Mindfulness, CBT, sexual addictions, is EMDR trained, working with adults, the homeless and mentally ill population, clinical supervision, and individual/group therapy.

Brian enjoys music (especially singing and playing the piano with occasional stints in musical theater), traveling- usually with a trailer, visiting National and State Parks, action movies, and watching his 5 teenage children play soccer and football.

Mike Wilkins, Ph.D., Payson Psychologist

Mike Wilkins, Ph.D.  is a Supervisor and licensed psychologist at the Payson Family Clinic. He has doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology and specializes in grief and bereavement. Dr. Wilkins works with all ages, couples and families on a variety of mental health issues. He also provides psychological assessments.

Mike enjoys the outdoors, campfires, and activities with his family.

Myriam Bardsley, LCSW, Payson Therapist

Myriam Bardsley, LCSW is a therapist at the Payson Family Clinic. Myriam’s approach to therapy includes being client-centered, utilizing Art therapy, DBT, Play therapy, and Solution-focused therapy. She enjoys working with school-age children and adolescents. Myriam also speaks French and is from Quebec, Canada.

Myriam plays both the piano and the flute. She enjoys playing volleyball, floor hockey, and flag football. She visits a national park every summer.

Lynette Beard, LCSW, Payson Therapist

Lynette Beard, LCSW is a therapist at Payson Family Clinic. She graduated from the University of Washington with her Master’s in Social Work in 2013. Lynette has prior experience working with people who have disabilities, at-risk youth, substance abuse and children. Her approach to therapy includes being client-centered, and uses art therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, DBT and play therapy. She enjoys working with all ages.

Lynette enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going to concerts, doing crafts and baking.

Dalton Boley, Payson Therapist

Dalton Boley, CSW is a therapist at the Payson Family Clinic. Dalton’s approach to therapy includes being client-centered, utilizing Art therapy, DBT, Play therapy, and Solution-focused therapy. Dalton has previous experience in working with those who have struggled with substance abuse.

Dalton enjoys spending time with his family outdoors while hiking, biking, and riding mules.

Justin Coombs, CSW, Payson Therapist

Justin Coombs, LCSW is a therapist at the Payson Family Clinic. Justin’s approach in therapy includes client centered psychotherapy, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), Mind-body Bridging (MBB), Acceptance commitment therapy (ACT), Play therapy, Solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT), and Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).

Justin has previously worked with those who have struggled with substance abuse and their families.

Alex Gray, LCSW, Payson Therapist

Alex Gray, LCSW has been working as a therapist at WMH since 2013, although has worked with Wasatch as a volunteer and in other positions for longer than that. He has completed specialized training in EMDR and play therapy and works with all ages, couples, and families. Alex speaks Spanish (Hablo Espanol), is TBRI informed and specializes in couples counseling. He is an advocate of health and nutrition to improve mental health.

Alex loves to work on the house, bike, run, and hike.

Olivia Nash, CSWi Payson Therapist

Olivia Nash, CSWI is a therapist at the Payson Family Clinic. Olivia’s approach to therapy includes using client-centered therapy, Motivational Interviewing, trauma-informed therapy, and Solution-focused therapy. She has previous experience working with Wasatch in the GIANT Steps Autism Preschool, but enjoys working with all age groups.

Olivia enjoys baking, playing the piano, roller blading, and spending time with friends and family.

Kayelyn Robinson, LCSW, Payson Therapist

Kayelyn Robinson, LCSW (She, Her, Hers) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 11 years of  experience. She is trained in EMDR, Trauma-focused CBT, infant mental health, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder,and is a Registered Play Therapist and a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor (RPTS). She is specialized in children, play therapy, trauma and attachment. She enjoys working with children, teens, adults, and families on a variety of issues, including: play therapy, trauma, attachment and abuse, and addictions. She facilitates the Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) class for her clinic and developed a Parenting the Traumatized Child Group for caregivers in a surrogate parent role (kinship, guardianship, foster care, and adoptive parents). She has served as a back up trainer for Utah Foster Care for potential (pre service training) foster parents and also for ongoing training for currently licensed foster parents. She currently serves on the Utah Association of Play Therapy board.

Kayelyn loves camping, being with her family, spoiling grandchildren, traveling, reading, and listening to music. She also enjoys refurbishing old furniture.

Brooke WIllis, CSW, Payson Therapist

Brooke Willis, LCSW is a therapist at the Payson Family Clinic. Brooke enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults and families. Brooke is currently working towards becoming a registered play therapist and enjoys using play therapy with her young clients. She has been trained in EMDR and uses it to help people work through the trauma that they have experienced. She is also trained in Trauma-focused CBT, motivational interviewing, trauma and attachment. She currently co-facilitates Parenting the Traumatized Child, which helps post adopt families, foster parents and kinship caregivers know how to interact more effectively with their children from hard places, and help them in the healing process. She adapts her treatment approach in conjunction with her clients to determine how to help them find peace, hope and healing.

Brooke enjoys cooking, spending time with her family, reading, playing the piano and being outside.