Our Team

Dr. Tamara Broadhead


Family and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Dr. Broadhead has a unique background of primary care and psychiatry as a Nurse Practitioner.  Degrees she has earned include a Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP), a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and a Bachelor of General Studies with an emphasis in psychology. Board certifications include Family Nurse Practitioner and Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.

Dr. Broadhead has medical experience in many areas including primary care, acute care, urgent care, emergency care, psychiatric nursing and intensive care for all ages. She is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP), the Utah Nurse Practitioners (UNP), the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). 

She believes that health isn't just absence of disease but also includes wellness and treatment of the whole person—physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.  She has first-hand experience with many challenges that people face—beginning with adolescence and continuing on into middle age: depression, anxiety, eating disorders, disease, diabetes, cancer, hypertension, healthy weight maintenance, hormonal imbalances and more.  This has resulted in empathy for others who face similar challenges.  

Dr. Broadhead takes her role as a physical and mental health care provider very seriously by listening to each patient's concerns, working hard to offer the best treatment and then taking the time to make sure each patient understands their unique plan of care.

Dr. Mariana Nibley


Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Dr. Nibley is a board certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner who believes mental health treatment is most effective when physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of oneself are included. 

Working with vulnerable populations, including LGBTQIA+ and those who are homeless, has helped her recognize how many of life’s struggles are exacerbated by compounding factors. This developed her approach in incorporating the individual’s whole self as necessary for adequate mental health treatment. These interactions have shaped how Dr. Nibley views psychiatry, and she strives to understand each patient’s unique concerns and desires for personal growth and mental health maintenance.

As a psychiatric provider, Dr. Nibley has gained insight in treating those challenged with symptoms of: depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, ADHD, schizophrenia, substance use disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, among others. She works with each patient in developing a plan together, ensuring the individual feels understood and is a collaborative part of the treatment planning. Her goal is to find sustainable methods for the patient to achieve lasting mental health, and she is committed to working in tandem with patients to find the best course of treatment suited for each individual.

Degrees earned include Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Utah Valley University and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from the University of Utah. She is a member of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) and the American Nurses Association (ANA).

Kathy Cooper


Family Nurse Practitioner

Kathy Cooper is a nurse practitioner specializing in both Psychiatry and Primary Care. She earned undergraduate degrees in Nursing and Zoology with a minor in Psychology.  She then completed two science graduate degrees to become an Nursing Educator and Nurse Practitioner.

She believes client wellness is achieved by individualized treatment plans and focusing on the client’s specific goals as a measure of success.  She does traditional medication management as well as alternative therapies for psychiatric clients suffering from Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, PTSD, Autism, Bipolar, DMDD, etc.

Scott Carter


Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Scott has nearly twenty years experience working with youth. His primary specialties are adolescent behavior and mental health as well as family science and parenting practices. He has developed and taught his own parenting classes and specializes in developing family practices that promote healthy and positive relationships.

He addresses most behavior problems and mental illnesses. He specializes in determining the full nature of the problems and developing the most appropriate therapy and interventions for each individual patient. He enjoys empowering teens by giving them the proper tools for success and is able to make a positive difference through building positive rapport with teens. He finds that teens learn and grow in positive ways when they are taught effective tools and strategies.

Scott has worked in the public school system as part of school-based mental health programs, providing support and therapy services to troubled students and helping the school navigate difficult situations. He has provided education through seminars both for school professionals and parents. Educating parents and professionals on adolescent behavior and more effective interventions.

Scott also enjoys working with adult clients on various issues including addiction, depression, anxiety, phase of life issues and mental illnesses. He is familiar and utilizes some of the following therapy methods for both teens and adults. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT), Motivational Interviewing, Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Therapy and Person Centered approaches. He has been practicing as a clinician for about ten years.

Dr. Grace MacDowell


Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Grace MacDowell has over 50 years of experience helping individuals with special needs and has an in-depth, comprehensive understanding of and appreciation for those who have autism spectrum disorder or other neuropsychological challenges. She trained in the Washington, D.C., area with the renowned neuropsychology team of Drs. Paul and Allison Fedio after winning two national awards for her undergraduate research that started a new therapy method for autism spectrum disorder.

A process-oriented clinical psychologist with a speciality in neuropsychology, Dr. MacDowell works to find underlying reasons for behavioral, academic, and/or cognitive challenges, starting with the earliest moments of life. Often, this includes formal assessments for domains such as social-emotional functioning, IQ, learning disability, memory, language, visual-spatial processing, decision making, and personality. She is not satisfied with merely reporting the results of testing. Instead, she integrates the results into a comprehensive evaluation. As a result, real cause is generally identified, leading to effective interventions, including cognitive remediation therapy for those with acquired or traumatic brain injuries (such as stroke, dementia, concussions, etc).

As part of this cutting-edge, holistic clinic, Dr. MacDowell integrates techniques from multiple therapy models in her treatments, so that each person's therapy is individually tailored. Play therapy, Floortime, and brain-building activities are some of her favorite techniques. Her mantra is: "Life's experiences define us, but WE choose the definition...so choose to learn, choose to grow, choose to become ALL that is in your capacity to be!"

Glade Woolstenhulme


Associate Clinical Social Worker

Glade is a Certified Social Worker (CSW) with four years of experience working in various Dual-Diagnose mental health and substance abuse settings and semi-private practice settings for community clinics. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work and completed his Master of Social Work at Augsburg University. Glade is currently an adjunct professor at Augsburg University in their MSW Program and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counseling (LADC) Program. 

Glade specialized in a Multicultural Clinical Practice and has a deep awareness of his social and cultural identities. With this awareness he is able to use multiple lenses when working with diverse populations. He utilizes person-in-environment as an organizing perspective, his multi-cultural social work practice addresses the bio-psycho-social and spiritual functioning of individuals, couples, families, and groups. 

Glade has developed competency in using relationship-based, culturally informed, and theoretically grounded interventions with persons facing challenges, disabilities, or impairments, including emotional, behavioral, and mental disorders. 

He continues to practice his lifelong dedication of serving and providing healing and compassion to the LGBTQA+ communities, specializing in gender identification and support of non-binary persons.

Glade specializes in person-centered, trauma informed perspectives and is trained in therapeutic approaches including, EMDR, Family Systems Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Gottman Couples Method, Inner Child Work, and Motivational Interviewing. 

Glade validates each person he works with in a way that allows for expression of one’s self, while honoring the diversity that makes each person’s story their own and worth living.

Cynthia Beckstead


Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Cindy earned a Masters degree in Social Work from Utah State University.  She has worked in a variety of settings and has a variety of skill sets. She enjoys working with all ages and has experience in individual, couples and family therapy.  She is also experienced working with vulnerable populations including persons with disabilities, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBTQ), trauma, complex trauma, substance abuse, self-harm, dissociative disorders, psychosis and autism.


She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) which is currently the number one approach to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). With trauma, the goal is to take the emotional charge out of past experiences/trauma by reprocessing the past and helping individuals to live in the present.

Cindy relishes the idea that people can change and grow through further knowledge and understanding. It is exciting to watch individuals become empowered. It is inspiring to see individuals have the realization that they are in control and fully capable of determining their future. She truly enjoys what she does and believes it is an honor and privilege to serve you. 

Brian Lewis


Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Brian’s broad experience includes working in the healthcare industry since 1992. He has a solution-focused approach to integrative health. He has spent a great deal of time working with addiction: drugs, pain medication, alcohol, gambling and sexual issues. He is also LGBTQ+ friendly. 

Brian specializes in addiction, sex therapy and trauma (including betrayal trauma and adoption) using an EMDR-based approached to healing. He uses a strength-based approach to life transitions, adoption and stress in professional and educational careers. He approaches healing and recovery in a collaborative effort to find what works best for you. 


Brian is well versed in general medical issues including diabetes, hypertension care, cancer recovery,  sexual health and how to stay motivated to improve overall health. He also is heavily involved in mental focus counseling and injury recovery for athletes. Brian coached competitive soccer for many years and holds a “C” license in coaching. He is a former baseball player and enjoys golfing, mountain biking and hiking. 


While working at the Harvard medical system’s Dana Farber Cancer Institute, he was a project manager with published literature in the pharmaceutical industry. He is also a cancer survivor himself thanks to the Huntsman Cancer Institute.


Brian holds a Master’s of Arts degree in Mental Health Counseling and a Master’s of Science in Health Systems Management from the University of Connecticut.  He also earned a Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science from the University of Utah. He is a provider as a Licensed Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor. Brian enjoys traveling, college sports and spending time with his two daughters and two grandchildren.

Tasia Roth


Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Tasia is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who earned her Masters in Social Work from The Catholic University of America. Tasia finds joy and fulfillment working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, individuals with special needs, and high-risk teenagers. She is fond of working with adopted children and young adults transitioning into independent living. Tasia has also worked extensively with children and teens that have experienced trauma, ruptured attachments, and/or families in crisis. Tasia is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), a technique that she incorporates while using Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and/or Art and Play Therapy during her sessions.

From an early age, Tasia has been interested in people and knew early on that she wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. She received her Bachelor's in Business Administration and worked at an adoption agency as an International Program Coordinator. It was there that she realized she wanted to expand her knowledge and continue her education in social work. Tasia now has a passion for helping her clients understand their worth and inner strength to help overcome various challenges and life circumstances.

In her spare time, Tasia enjoys reading and snuggling with her cats, Maisie and Juniper. She also enjoys crafting, hiking, rock climbing, camping, traveling to new places, and going on adventures with her husband.

Nicholas Hundley


Biochemist, Certified Nutrition Specialist

Nicholas Hundley is a nutritionist, biochemist and wellness teacher who is deeply committed to transforming lives through helping people optimize their brain, metabolic and immunologic health. After obtaining his graduate degree in biochemistry, he obtained his Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) credential and focused his learning on understanding how nutrition impacts illness. He helps clients in collaboration with their licensed healthcare provider.


Nicholas has received advanced training in functional nutrition, integrative nutrition, nutrigenomics, mental health nutrition (including autism, ADHD, schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, bipolar, and more), functional immunology (autoimmunity and allergies) and environmental nutrition (including environmental toxins).


He is a nutritionist trained in the application of special diets used to support individual needs. Under the direction of a licensed healthcare provider, he can help identify areas of focus and guide a plan of nutritional care to support the body and brain’s natural healing and detoxification processes for improved functioning.


Nicholas’ friendly manner, dedicated concern, wide knowledge base and detailed insight are motivating and make healing a pleasant process.

Carrie Reinhold


Office Manager, Medical Assistant

Carrie started her career in the medical field in 2002 after attending Heritage College where she received her certification as a medical assistant.  She is a Colorado native and moved to Utah in 2016.  

Carrie has worked in Pediatrics, Neurology, Family Medicine, Breast Surgery (Oncology) and Orthopedics.  Her love, care and passion for her patients is what drives her every day.  Excellent care is her primary objective for every single patient.

In her spare time she loves to travel the Caribbean, hike, swim, paint and spend time with her husband, three daughters, son and three dogs.

Harley Snow


Assistant Office Manager, Therapy Coordinator

Harley manages ANEW's coordination of care between the medical/psychiatry providers and the mental health counselors.


She has a strong sense of community and tries to empower clients to receive support. She is very passionate about therapy as part of healing process to achieve healthy relationships and ideologies. Harley is an advocate of early intervention, preventative care and self-expression through art.  


Harley's degree is in Behavioral Science with an emphasis in Sociology. Her focus was in environmental studies and consumerism. She has a strong passion for understanding complicated issues, gender roles, human sexuality, religiosity and spirituality, drug use and societal ideas, including how environment affects individual and group behavior. 


She completed a comprehensive study abroad receiving at INCORE International Summer School, University of Ulster, studying Peacemaking and Peace Building. She is meticulous in quantitative and qualitative research. She enjoys marketing and researching new ideas.


Helping clients understand what Anew Clinical Practitioners is providing to the community, and helping clients receive mental health support gives Harley a lot of passion for the work she does. 

Taylor Reinhold


Taylor works as the front desk receptionist at the clinic. She is currently a full-time online student at Arizona State University getting her Bachelor’s in Psychology. She grew up in Colorado but moved to Utah in 2016 and loves being surrounded by the mountains and nature.

Taylor has always  had a passion for helping those who struggle with mental health and ending the stigma surrounding

it. She fell in love with Psychology while attending high school and decided to major in the field.

Taylor strongly believes that all our patients be treated with the best possible care and feel free to be their true selves. She, along with all other staff, strives to provide a safe and judgment free

space for all our patients.

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