Katie Soli, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Katie has worked with adolescents in treatment for over 15 years. Katie has experience with experiential treatment and is passionate about working with youth and their families.
Katie attended BYU-Hawaii where she received her undergraduate psychology degree. After this she attended Chaminade University where she received her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Immediately after graduation Katie re-located to Southern Utah with the purpose of working in adolescent treatment. Katie learned to love the changes seen in families and youth while working as a staff in wilderness therapy, since then she has worked in various treatment settings with a focus on residential treatment.
Katie specializes in anxiety, depression, and trauma treatment. Katie is certified in EMDR and uses various modalities as needed including Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Transactional analysis, Cogitative Behavioral Therapy, Narrative therapy, DBT, systems, behavioral, and solution focused.
Katie has 4 children of her own and enjoys the outdoor opportunities in the area with her children. Katie has a personal connection to adoption as she has 2 adopted children of her own, as well as other adopted extended family members. When Katie is not with your kids or her own kids you can find her exploring, traveling, or planning for her next adventure.
Jake Roberts is Three Points Center's psychiatric nurse practitioner. He graduated from the University of Utah and lives in Southern Utah with his family. Prior to having a private practice in St. George, he worked in the Behavioral Medicine Unit at Dixie Regional Medical Center and at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City.
Jake specializes in psychiatric disorders ranging from anxiety to bipolar; and he works with adults, teens and children.
Mayer completed a bachelor of science in psychology from the University of Utah and a master of science in education in mental health counseling from the University of Miami, FL. He went on to complete his Ph.D. through the Brigham Young University Clinical Psychology program in August of 2008.
Mayer focused his clinical experience on at-risk adolescents and adults (addiction and forensic populations). He has conducted psychological assessments and individual and group therapy in hospitals, adolescent programs, and the corrections departments in Florida and Utah. Mayer has conducted psychological assessments in the Southern Utah area since 2008.
Mayer loves the outdoors and in his spare time he enjoys activities with his wife and children. In addition to his passion for family, he enjoys hiking through and photographing the slot canyons of Southern Utah (called canyoneering), playing, coaching, and watching rugby union football, playing racquetball, snowboarding, and traveling.
Aubree grew up in Anchorage, Alaska where her love for the outdoors and animals was inspired. When Aubree wasn’t out fishing, camping, or four wheeling, she was serving the homeless population downtown at Bean’s Café where her interest in serving others was initiated. She also went on several mission trips to Mexico, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic, taking food and clothing as well as helping the locals build foundations for houses and churches. These trips solidified the importance of serving others and breathed life into her Social Work career.
Aubree attended Dixie State and graduated with her Associates of Science. She then attended the University of Nevada Reno completing a Bachelors in Social work in 2007. For the next four years, she worked with the Department of Child and Family Services advocating for foster children as well as Southwest Behavioral Center, working in adult drug and alcohol addiction treatment. In 2010, she continued her schooling at UNR and completed a Master’s degree in Social Work.
After receiving her Master’s degree, she worked in trauma specific residential treatment for women, and most recently joined Three Points Center, where she offers clinical treatment part-time, as well as facilitates the Equine Therapy through Stable Environment with Mike Keenan. Aubree’s love for animals has been lifelong. She has recognized the healing power of the animal-human bond, and has been recently certified in the EAGALA model to further this work. She is passionate about helping others find healing and wholeness, especially through the animal connection, and is thrilled to be facilitiating Equine Therapy for our youth and their families.
Rod Mayes obtained a BS degree in Psychology from Brigham Young University and a MS degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Colorado State University. Rod is an associate Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Utah and has been working with families, adults and adolescents for over 25 years. From 1997 to 2004 Rod was also the Executive Director of a residential psychiatric facility for young children in Iowa. Over the years, Rod has worked with adolescents and their families in a variety of settings including medical centers, residential facilities and outpatient programs. Rod’s work has involved clients struggling with depression, suicide, anxiety, sexual abuse and addiction, attachment and parent/child relationships. Rod believes in the value of the individual and their ability to rise above their struggles. He also believes the family system is the key to a healthy and productive future for the youth who receive care within our facility. Rod and his wife live in Washington, UT and are the parents of five children with three grand children…the true bonus to raising teenagers.
Growing up Jessica Stone could be found active in her community, mainly dancing. One of the profound things she learned was how dance was something that provided a healing element, unfounded in any other area of her life. With this in mind, Jessica set out to impact the world with dance.
Jessica attended the University of Northern Colorado where she obtained a Bachelors of Science in Human Services, a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology, and a minor in Earth Sciences. Jessica then studied at Antioch University New England where she earned a Masters of Arts in Dance Movement Therapy and Counseling.
Jessica’s education allowed her to explore how dance and movement could support individuals and their families in internships with Concord Hospital in Concord, New Hampshire and Cancer Treatment Centers of America Midwestern Regional Medical Center in Zion, Illinois. These internships allowed Jessica to meld Dance/Movement Therapy with traditional psychotherapy. Jessica is a Registered-Dance/Movement Therapist (R-DMT) with the American Dance Therapy Association and licensed as an Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the state of Utah. When Jessica is not working, you can find her hanging out with her black lab Stanley or out hiking one of the many trails in southern Utah.
Brittani Furnival has more than 7 years of experience working in residential treatment centers. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice and is finishing her Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy specializing in child and adolescent family therapy. Brittani is a member of the Delta Kappa Honor Society through Northcentral University. She also does Neurological feedback for Three Points Center and holds a strong interest in the effects of trauma on the brain. Brittani understands the importance of trust, reliability and hard work. She strives to incorporate these qualities in all aspects of her life. She began at Three Points as line staff and through determination and ambition is now in a leadership position. She believes in helping to inspire the students to be open to change and in building healthy relationships through positive peer culture.
Brittani grew up in San Francisco, CA and moved to southern Utah where she discovered her passion for the outdoors. She finds that her greatest adventure is being a mother and her greatest joy comes from spending time exploring with her family.
Amber Davis is an RN, ADN and has practiced nursing for over 11 years. She earned her nursing degree from Dixie State University. She also has a B.S. in Family and Consumer Studies with an emphasis in Psychology which she earned from the University of Utah. She has worked in various areas in Nursing including Medical Surgical, Respiratory, Obstetrics and Behavioral Medicine. Additionally, Amber is certified in ACLS and CPR.
Dr. Larry Cain is a family doctor in St. George, Utah. Board certified in family medicine, he also practices at the Intermountain River Road Family Practice. He received his Doctor of Medicine degree in 1997 at University Of Utah School Of Medicine - Salt Lake City, UT. His internship and residency took place at Idaho State University.
Dr. Cain has professional memberships with the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Utah Medical Association. He has served as Medical Staff President at Dixie Regional Medical Center in St. George. Dr. Cain is also fluent in Spanish.
David Thibault, Med Tech at Three Points Center, began his career at TPC as a youth mentor and then becoming a supervisor. David has been at TPC since its inception and is now a valued member of the medical department. Through learning TPC's philosophy he found his passion for aiding and caring for those around him. David has been a Certified Nursing Assistant since 2015. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor's of Science degree in Nursing from Dixie State University and is expected to graduate as a Registered Nurse in December of 2018. This passion for serving has also led David to go on and lead many service trips to places such as Las Vegas, Tijuana, and Guatemala City.
David is a St. George native and loves living in this area. He is fluent in English and Spanish. David is married to his best friend Brittnee. They are the proud parents of a beautiful little girl and a rambunctious Labradoodle.
Dr. LuAnne Forrest has spent the past twenty years in educational administration. LuAnne has a doctoral degree from UNLV and a Masters Degree from Utah State University. Her research on school improvement in the secondary education environment has been used in administration preparation programs throughout the nation and her doctoral research won the Distinguished Dissertation award from the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration. Dr. Forrest’s district level administration has included Director of Curriculum and Professional Development and Director of Student Services. As Coordinator of Special Programs she oversaw a host of district level programs and services including Alternate Language Services, Youth in Custody, Gifted and Talented Education, Indian Education, Health Services, Section 504, and Emergency Services. Before her years in educational administration, Dr. Forrest was a classroom teacher.
Janet brings a zest for life and a love of learning to Three Points Center and strives for excellence in all she does. Hailing from S. Oregon, she has lived all along the West Coast from S. California to Seattle and is thrilled to enjoy the rural lifestyle of S. Utah. Janet earned her BA from Western Oregon State where she double-majored in English, French and History. She is a voracious reader and loves the outdoors.
Annette is the Admissions Director of Three Points Center and is the liaison between families and professionals working to enroll students. With over 30 years of experience in the Residential Treatment arena, Annette interfaces with state and local entities ensuring compliance and quality for Three Points Center. She is a Certified Peer Support Specialist for mental health, adult addicts and adolescents. Annette has both owned and operated her own residential group home for 6 years in S. California and feels she was born to work in this field. A California native, she enjoys the beach, surfs and loves all things water-related. She is well traveled and speaks Farsi, Urdu, German and is adept at American Sign Language. Annette is the proud mother of two children and has 6 grandchildren.
Sheila received her Bachelor's of Science degree in Marketing from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX. She has worked in the mental health field for 25 years and has a multi-level portfolio of experience in national marketing for wilderness programs, therapeutic programs, residential treatment centers, recovery and transition programs. Sheila was also a pioneer in the industry for facilitating parent support groups across the state of Texas. She enjoys developing business systems and creating new opportunities for program growth.
Sheila began the every growing and popular Coffee Break for networking amongst programs, professionals and colleagues in Utah and it now extends nationwide. She loves her coffee, her two grown daughters, her little dog Laila Bean, hiking, art, reading, and shopping in airports!
Craig Butcher “Butch” attended Ashford University where he received his BA in Management and Business Administration. Butch has served Three Points Center for over two years as a supervisor building strong relationships by incorporating the TPC philosophy. It was during this time his passion and eagerness to make a difference developed. He is currently enrolled at North Central University where he is pursuing his Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Originally from Liverpool, England and having travelled to places throughout Europe, Africa and Asia, he has a great understanding for different cultures. Butch is most happy when he is spending time with his family, coaching soccer and traveling.
Lindsey received her Associates degree in secondary education at the College of Southern Nevada. She went on to complete her Bachelors from Western Governors University in Special Education through an Alternative Route to Licensure offered through the Clark County School District. She is currently Certified in Utah with an endorsement in mild to moderate disabilities . Her previous teaching experience includes five years in the public school setting in Las Vegas, Nevada. Currently she holds the position of academic director for Three Points Center, a position she has held since May of 2015. Lindsey has a loving husband and three beautiful children, and a genuine love of learning.
Craig received his associates degree in general studies from the College of Southern Nevada in 2006. He is currently enrolled at Western Governors University and is pursuing his bachelors in Arts and Science with an emphasis on Biology. Craig started at Three Points Center as a staff/mentor in May of 2015. He held this position until February 2016. He returned to TPC in October of 2016 as a teaching assistant.
Laura Roth earned her B.A. in Applied Behavioral Science and English Literature from Western Illinois University. After a short break, she went on to earn her M.Ed. in Adult Education with an emphasis in the teaching of writing from National-Louis University in Chicago. After graduation, Laura worked with adults as a Lifelong Learning and Assessment Counselor and Academic Achievement Advisor. She also taught college composition and speech classes before moving to Colorado. In Colorado, she continued to work with adults while also substituting at a rural school district. She then earned her Secondary Language Arts teaching license. After teaching eight years in the rural districts, she moved to Denver and worked with at-risk students in the Denver Public School system. Laura moved to Southern Utah four years ago and began teaching in youth treatment centers and feels she has found her niche. Laura says, "Success with learning in school is empowering to all people, but especially with at-risk teens. I strive to make their learning environment inviting, exciting, rich and intrinsically rewarding."
RonJai Staton is a teaching assistant at Three Points Center and a registered behavior technician. He attended UNM in Albuquerque, and later transferred to Dixie State University (DSU) where he obtained two associates degrees, one general and one business for operations management. He later completed his bachelors of science in Psychology and was awarded a medal and honors for Undergraduate Research.
While attending DSU, RonJai was a Senior Researcher for DSU's social science's department and was mentored by the department head, Dr. Danelle Larsen-Rife. His focus of research was on interpersonal-neuro relationships, attachment theory, and childhood development. RonJai has published research papers and poster presentations at several conferences, including Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research (UCUR), Western Psychological Association conference (WPA), and World Association for Infant Mental Health (WAIMH) that was held in Prague.
RonJai loves the scenery that Southern Utah has to offer and is an ardent photographer. He has won a few photography awards and has one published photo from St. George's annual Iron Man event. If he isn't out hiking the back trails or camping at the lake, you can find him relaxing in a hammock with a good book in his hands.
Lily Alo was born in Apia, Western Samoa and is from a family of 8. She’s a former conductor and musician of her village church youth and choir in American Samoa. She graduated from American Samoa Community College and earned an AA in Liberal Arts, transferred to Missouri State University and earned her BA in Music and Minor in Math. She earned her Master’s Degree in Secondary Education in Math from Chaminade University of Honolulu. Lily moved to St. George, UT and has been living there for over 10 years. She also attended Dixie State University and Utah State University for her teaching certification courses and currently holds Utah State and Hawaii State Licenses in Secondary Education in Math. Lily has 15 years of teaching experience in Math and Choir from Middle School through High School at public and private schools. She has been a Music Director for Shepherds of the Hills United Methodist Church for 5 years and an active member of the St. George Interfaith Choir. Lily is married with 3 beautiful children, 2 girls and 1 boy. She’s currently working as a Math and Music teacher at Three Points Center.
Steve got his B.S. in Chemical Engineering and worked as an engineer for many years. He switched to teaching and has enjoyed this change. After receiving his teaching license in science, he taught at a treatment center for five years and loved every minute of it. Steve enjoys doing activities with the students and tries to make learning fun. He speaks Spanish, loves mountain biking, beekeeping, and gardening. He and his wife have three daughters and one son.
James Raleigh Campbell has been teaching since 2016. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in History Education from Utah Valley University. Before that he was a Certified Personal Fitness Trainer (N.A.S.M.) for three years. He married Bridget Breckenridge who had four children in 2015. They added a child to make their family a total of seven now. He enjoys studying Physics and exercising.