Meet our Staff – SUD Assessments & Referrals (SAR)

Amy Buehler, LCSW Program Manager

Monte Memmott, CMHC has worked as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor for over 10 years contracted with the Utah County Jail and he has worked for Wasatch Behavioral Health since 2002 in other capacities. Monte has experience working with clients coping with trauma, substance abuse, addiction, and other mental health issues. He is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, and is an EMDR-trained clinician. Monte is married and he has three children. He is an avid baseball fan who makes it a priority to attend at least one MLB game each season. On the weekends he enjoys being at home with family and barbequing or smoking in the backyard.

Barry Sanford  Therapist Supervisor

Theresa Young, LCSW. Program Supervisor
Theresa graduated with her Master's degree in Social Work from Brigham Young University in 2002 and has been working in the addictions and recovery field since the late 90's. Theresa has worked with youth in residential and outpatient treatment; adults in jail and outpatient treatment and with families. She is trained in EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), Acceptance and Commitment therapy, Gottman couples therapy and has training to treat a variety of concerns and issues.
Outside of work, Theresa enjoys being outside (hiking, walking, pickleball, skiing) and with her family. She also teaches at UVU and reads juvenile fiction in her freetime.

Barry Sanford  Therapist Supervisor

Barry Sanford, CMHC -  Barry has been a practicing therapist since 2001. He has a degree in Counseling Psychology and has worked with addictions for 19 of his 20 year career. Barry has had specific training to provide therapeutic services to people with combined substance abuse-mental health and trauma history as well as in working with individuals, couples and people from the LGBTQIA community.

Barry's interests include: gardening, fitness, reading, movies, playing and watching sports (Go Sox), and spending time with family and friends.