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Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Lyman, UT

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Chateau Recovery
375 Rainbow Lane Midway, UT 84049

More Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Lyman, UT

Retreat at Zion
991 W. 230 S. Rockville, UT 84763
- 115 Miles Away
Mountain Peak Recovery
14048 S Hwy 89 Spanish Fork, UT 84660
- 117 Miles Away
Southwest Behavioral Health Center - Horizon House
54 N. 200 E. Cedar City, UT 84720
- 102 Miles Away
Four Corners Behavioral Health - Moab Clinic
198 East Center Street Moab, UT 84532
- 112 Miles Away
Life Balance Recovery
1291 Expressway Lane Spanish Fork, UT 84660
- 117 Miles Away
Sorenson's Ranch
410 North 100 East Koosharem, UT 84744
- 17 Miles Away
Matr Inc
265 North State Street Mount Pleasant, UT 84647
- 81 Miles Away
Four Corners Community Behavioral Health Center Inc
575 East 100 South Street Price, UT 84501
- 94 Miles Away
New Haven Residential Treatment Center
2172 East 7200 South Spanish Fork, UT 84660
- 119 Miles Away

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    Desmond Lomax LCMHC
    Desmond Lomax LCMHC
    Executive Director
    Steps Recovery Centers
    Desmond Lomax comes to Steps Recovery Center with 20 years of experience in management, programming, and treatment. He recently retired as the Director of Community Programming for the Department of Corrections. His efforts in that position were recognized by the State of Utah and The Utah Fall Substance Abuse Conference when he was awarded the 2019 Patrick J. Fleming Award for contributions to the Substance Abuse community. Desmond has a background as a Clinical Director, Therapist, and Law Enforcement Officer for the past 20 years. He has been an adjunct professor for the University of Utah teaching classes in Forensic Social Work for the Master of Social Work program. He loves to present on multiple substance abuse topics and has done so throughout the country. He is a Master Facilitator for the Arbinger Institute and trains organization across the United States on having and maintaining an Outward Mindset. He has a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Bachelors in Political Science and Sociology. He is a BYU Football Alumni who played on the 1996 BYU Football team that was ranked 5th in the country. Most importantly, he is a Husband to his lovely wife for the past 23 years and the father of 4 amazing children. He is humbled to have this opportunity to work for such amazing people.
    Hanna LeBaron, LCSW
    Hanna LeBaron, LCSW
    Executive Clinical Director
    Maple Mountain Recovery
    Hanna LeBaron has been working in the field of mental health and substance abuse since 1999. She started as support staff in a psychiatric hospital and moved diligently through the ranks all the way to Executive Clinical Director. In her distinguished career, she has developed two clinical outpatient programs and two residential programs. Hanna's passion is to establish effective, evidence-based and fun treatment programs throughout the country. She believes that clients need to be treated holistically, which includes all of the levels of being a human being: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social. Hanna is passionate about her work. Her passion stems from her own struggles with substance abuse and from her own successful long-term recovery. Hanna believes in people's ability to reach long-term emotional recovery through proper treatment and support. Nobody is ever beyond help for her. Hanna earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from University of Utah in 2013. Hanna believes in life-long learning and self-improvement. Since then, she has worked on learning different evidence-based modalities in treating addictions and mental health issues, especially trauma and personality disorders. Hanna is an EMDR certified clinician, as well.
    Amy Crawford, PhD, LMFT
    Amy Crawford, PhD, LMFT
    Clinical Director
    Deer Hollow Recovery & Wellness
    Amy Crawford, PhD, LMFT has been in the field of mental health and addiction medicine for the last 16 years. Throughout this journey, trauma has become her passion and specialty. She has spent the majority of her career treating the invisible wounds of trauma in varied settings with a focus on Military Service Members and First Responders. Amy has had the honor of witnessing over 4,000 trauma accounts. She is certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy, Prolonged Exposure, EMDR, MBSR and is a Registered Yoga Teacher. Amy is in the process of getting her Doctor of Traditional Naturopathy to better understand how natural healing; herbal medicine and nutrition can play an integral role in helping mental wellness.
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