If you or a loved one experience any of the following difficulties, Valley can help:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Adjustment
  • Relationships
  • Anger Management
  • Thinking Errors
  • Self Esteem and Confidence
  • Attention Deficit
  • Addiction
  • Family Conflict
  • Gender Identity
  • Domestic Abuse – for Perpetrators and Victims
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Teen/Adolescents
  • Eating Disorder
  • PTSD
  • Childhood Behavior
  • Substance Abuse
  • Couples
  • Severe Mental Illness
  • Other Mental Health and Substance Use disorders

Services We Offer:

  • Trauma Focused Treatment
  • Substance Use Treatment
  • Individual, Couple, Family and Group Therapy
  • Outpatient Programs
  • School-based Services
  • Case Management
  • Psychiatric Evaluation with Medication Management
  • Court involved treatment
  • Social Skills Development
  • Respite Services

Education and Skills Groups

Co-ed adult support group for those living with persistent mental health concerns. The focus is to create

community, emphasize personal strengths, and explore health and wellness.

Jail Life Skills and Recovery

The class members are county adjudicated inmates or serving prison sentences while being housed at

the Summit jail.  Topics covered are stages of change, anger management, family relationships, conflict

resolution and self-development.

Prime for Life

State mandated group for 1 st time DUI offenders. It consists of 4 classes over 4 nights totaling 16 hours.

It is taught in both English and Spanish when needed.

Thinking Errors

Consists of meeting 1 hour every week a minimum of 4 weeks. Clients have usually been charged with

other crimes such as burglary or theft. Assignments and workbooks are used extensively in the group

and homework assignments are given.

Anger Management

Meets 1 hour per week for a minimum of 4 weeks. This group is for those with anger issues, assault

charges that do not involve Domestic Violence, and those learning to control their emotions.

Substance Abuse Groups

Drug Court

For adults with criminal charges that qualify. Drug court is a minimum commitment of 18 months broken

down into 5 phases. Treatment varies from 2 to 5 days a week with mandatory UA testing 3 times per


Intensive Outpatient Program

For adults meeting criteria of ASAM level 2.1. IOP is offered 4 days per week for 2 hours each day.

Individual or family sessions are also recommended weekly. UA testing is mandated 2 days per week.

Standard Outpatient Program

For adult clients with an ASAM level of 1.0. SOP meets 1 hour per week with individual or family

sessions recommended. UA testing is mandated for a minimum of 1 time per week.

Strength in Numbers (After Care)

Weekly group that meets for 1 hour. Available for those not in the court system or who have completed

court-mandated treatment and would like to continue to receive group therapy.


Moral Reconation Therapy is an evidence based program for those with multiple criminal charges. This

group meets for 1.5 hours per week and follows an evidence based workbook.

Seeking Safety

This group is offered for women or men to develop skills to move past traumatizing experiences that

have often led to maladaptive behaviors. This group meets 1 time per week for 1 hour.


DV-MRT is an evidence based program that follows a workbook aimed at increasing awareness of one’s

emotional responses that may lead to externalized aggressive behaviors.

Adolescent Groups

Teen Prime for Life

This group is based off of the adult Prime for Life program. This is an evidence based workbook focused

program for those under 21 years old.

Teen Standard Outpatient Program

This program is for young adults 18 years and under. Teen SOP meets for 1 hour per week with

individual and family sessions recommended. Random UA testing is mandatory 1 day per week.

Teen Moral Recognition Therapy

This program is for young adults 18 years and under. Teen MRT meets 2 times per week for 1.5 hours

with individual and family sessions recommended. This is an evidence based program that focuses on

completing the MRT workbook.


Structure Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress is a program that aims to help

traumatized adolescents build on their strengths and resilience through an evidence based workbook

and program. SPARCS meets 1 time per week for an hour.

Kids PRS Group

Focuses on building self-efficacy, relationships, and improving life skills while having fun.

Summit School Based Services

Offered to Park City, South Summit, and North Summit School Districts

Park City Schools:

  • Park City High School, Treasure Mountain Junior High, Ecker Hill Middle School, McPolin Elementary, Parleys Park Elementary, and Trailside Elementary School

South Summit Schools:

  • South Summit Elementary, Middle, and High Schools

North Summit Schools:

  • North Summit Elementary, Middle, and High Schools



Birgitte Cuneo Hellberg, LCSW

Specializes in: Child and Family Therapy, Play Therapy, Thera play

Parent-Child Interactive Therapy, Family Therapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, DBT,

and CBT, Spanish speaking

Bobbi Fosburg, LCSW

Specializes in: Trauma, Substance Abuse, and Mood Disorder treatment for Adolescents

and Adults.

Certifications: EMDR, DV-MRT, TF-CBT, DBT, and Seeking Safety.

Modalities used: Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness,

Psychodynamic, Internal Family Systems, Existentialism, and EMDR. I work with Crime

Victim Reparations.

Cristie Frey, CSW

Specializes in: Trauma, Substance Abuse, Mood Disorders, and Family Therapy with

Children, Adolescents and Adults.

Certifications:  EMDR, TF-CBT, DBT, and Seeking Safety.

Modalities used:  Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive

Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Psychodynamic, Internal Family Systems Compassion

Focused Therapy, and EMDR.


Jeremy Footer, LCSW

Specializes in: hospital social work, diagnostic mental health/substance abuse assessments,

outpatient individual and school based therapy, advocacy/case management, and discharge planning.

Uses treatment modalities from CBT, DBT, Brief Solution Based therapy, Motivational Interviewing.

Karlina Howell, AMFT

Specializes in: Children and Adolescence, Couples Counseling, Family Therapy, Mood

Disorders, Anxiety, Mindfulness

Certifications: EMDR, Mindfulness, Play Therapy, Sand Tray Therapy

Kevin Harmon, CSW

Trainings: DV-MRT, EMDR, TF-CBT, SFBT, CBT, MI, and RT.

Options: Spanish speaking, Individual/Couple’s / Family/ Group Therapy


Lorita Beiler, LCSW  (IC)

Children and adolescents, depression and anxiety, grief, hospice, senior issues

Paul Buehner, CSW.

Specializes in; substance abuse, mood disorders in adolescents and adults, crisis

management and mindfulness. Trained in; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational

Interviewing, EMDR, Mindfulness Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and Problem

Solving Therapy.

Medical Team

Michelle A. , Registered Nurse

Trained as a program leader in “Courage to Quit” (an adult, evidence-based smoking

cessation program administered by RHA of Chicago.)



Pamella Bello, Prevention Coordinator, ICRC Certified Prevention Specialist

Bilingual, Spanish/English, Connect Trainer, Prime for Life Instructor, Step Parenting Instructor, Botvin Life Skills Instructor

Kathy Day, ICRC Certified Prevention Specialist

QPR Trainer, Connect Trainer, Prime for Life Instructor, Step Parenting Instructor

Case Manager

Erica Burfitt, Case Manager,

Specializes in adult mental health clients, a certified Crisis Counselor for natural disasters


Kelly Ovard, Substance Abuse CM, Court Tracker, Summit County Drug Court Coordinator

Certified Case Manager State of Utah MRT Facilitator

Thinking Errors/Anger Management Facilitator

Kendal Lukrich, MSW-Case Manager

Spanish speaking, works with kids and families.

Roy Parker, Certified Peer Support Specialist

Specializes in: Substance Abuse Disorders (addiction), Recovery and support for

Families suffering from the impacts of addiction, criminal law processes and procedures.

Support Staff

Anayeli Rodriguez, Administrative Assistant, Spanish Speaking

Shauna Peterson, Office Manager, Intake Coordinator

Monica Granados, Intake Coordinator, Spanish speaking