Terri Cluff LCMHC
Jason Pugh LCMHC
Jason is an Clinical Mental Health Counselor. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Brigham Young University. He also has his Master’s Degree of Education in Counseling Psychology from the University of Utah.
Jason loves being able to help people. He has experience in working with individuals of all ages dealing with anxiety, depression, and relationship skills. He enjoys working with couples and individuals who need a little extra help to find balance in their life and the happiness that they desire. Jason has experience in working with multiple groups including: anger management/domestic violence, substance abuse, parenting, and relationship strengthening. He has worked for The Children’s Center, facilitating small groups of children assisting them in developing life skills both socially and emotionally. Prior to working with Redwood Therapy Group, Jason had the opportunity of working for LDS Family Services in Las Vegas.
Jason is very happy to be a member of the Redwood Therapy Team. He has been a resident of Salt Lake most of his life and loves being able to live in this wonderful valley and enjoy the beauty it has to offer. His interests include spending time with his family as much as he can, especially in the outdoors and at the barn with his horses Rambo and Sly.
Jason is fluent in Portuguese and speaks some Spanish
Scott R. Peterson, LCSW, CSAT
Scott Peterson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in the treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, pornography and sexual addictions, trauma, Bi-polar disorder, and food addiction.
He received his master's degree from Brigham Young University where he taught in the Graduate School of Social Work. He has co-authored three books on the topics of self-esteem and personal identity. His fourth book is due for publication next year. He has conducted training seminars throughout the United States and Australia, and was part of a research team that visited Israel to study conflict resolution methods in the Middle East.
Scotts favorite place to visit is Tahiti where he learned to speak French and Tahitian.
His favorite quote is, "Perceived failure is not a permanent condition."
Rob Armstrong, LCMHC
Primary Therapist EMDR
Rob is an Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor. He received an Associate of Science Degree in General Education from Snow College, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from the University of Utah, and a Master of Arts in Counseling: Clinical Mental Health at Adams State University.
Rob started working in the mental health field in 2002 at The Children’s Center facilitating small groups of pre-school aged children with social, behavioral, and emotional disturbances. Later while at The Children Center, he began to learn Play Therapy during his internship for counseling. His understanding of the complexities of the human experience was further shaped by his experience working as a psychiatric technician at LDS Hospital and then the University Neuropsychiatric Institute (2010 – 2015). There he worked with mainly with adults in an acute psychiatric hospital setting, caring for those suffering with severe mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, psychosis, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, as well as those struggling with addictions.
His experience was further developed through his experience working at Alliance Clinical Services and Alliance Youth Services where he counseled adolescents and adults who were involved in the criminal justice system for domestic violence, substance abuse, and sexual offenses. He also served the severely and persistently mental ill population, juvenile drug court, and adult drug court clients in Tooele with Valley.
Rob therapeutic approach has been greatly influenced by the person-centered approach as a means for establishing a strong therapeutic connection with clients, whereby positive meaningful change can happen. He also specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing, and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR).
His greatest joy comes from spending time with his beautiful wife and two wonderful children. He is originally from the Salt Lake Valley. He loves a wide variety of music and his favorite bands are U2 and the Beatles. His favorite TV shows are Seinfeld and The Office, and he loves to laugh. He also enjoys gardening, caring for his yard, camping, backpacking, and hiking.
Charlotte attended Park University in Missouri and then earned her Masters of Education in Counseling form Northwest Nazarene University. She is now a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Utah as well as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Idaho. She previously practiced in Nampa Idaho for more than 13 years before moving to Utah in 2014.
Charlotte has over 17 years of experience in counseling individuals, adolescents, couples and families. She is highly skilled in treating anxiety, depression, abuse, trauma, mental disorders, eating disorders, substance abuse, marital issues, teen and adolescent issues, grief and adjustment disorders. She enjoys working with children, teenagers, and couples, both as partners and as parents, She became a therapist to help people work through their challenges and have healthier and happier, more full-fulling lives. Charlotte loves outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, boating and riding motorcycles and 4-wheelers. She enjoys spending time with her family, singing together and sharing memories of her parents.
Nancy Harmon LCMHC
Primary Therapist Currently working in St George, Utah
Nancy is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor. She received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Westminster College in Utah. She received her Master's degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Utah.
Nancy has been working in the mental health field since 2003. She believes strongly in the emotional healing process and believes in the ability to not only overcome painful life experiences but to be a stronger person because of these difficult experiences. Nancy believes in one's innate ability to heal from emotional wounding and feels privileged to be able to guide and support this process. She enjoys working with adolescents and adults and has worked in residential, day treatment, intensive outpatient, and outpatient treatment settings.
Nancy has experience working in substance abuse/addiction, trauma, grief and loss, body image, self-image, and empowerment. She has experience working with many mental health disorders including Schizophrenia, Bi-Polar disorder, Anxiety, Depression, and personality disorders. Nancy co-lead the Trauma Recovery and empowerment group at Valley Mental Health for three and a half years. She has experience teaching healthy relationships, healthy sexuality, body image, DBT, Relapse Prevention. She has had the opportunity to present at two conferences on trauma and recovery.
Nancy is a member of Psi Chi- The National Honor Society in Psychology, Utah Mental Health Counselor's Association, and American Mental Health Counselor's Association.