David Dodgion, Ph.D.
Dr. David Dodgion received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 1985. He is the founder and executive director of the Family Abuse Center for Treatment (FACT). He conducts psychological and psychosexual evaluations for offenders in the State and Federal courts, as well as for the Utah Board of Pardons and Parole. Dr. Dodgion also provides therapy for court-involved individuals as well as persons with a broad range of mental health difficulties including anxiety, depression, OCD, impaired impulse-control, abusive behavior, and victim issues. He is on most insurance panels. He recently received the Outstanding Domestic Violence Service award from the Utah Association for Domestic Violence Treatment.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Cathe Cameron Madison received her Masters of Social Work from the University of Utah in 2003. She has been a practicing Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 2005. She is an approved affiliate provider for probationers and parolees who have committed sexual offenses. Her experience includes conducting Parenting Assessments for the Division of Child and Family Services and performing Child Custody Evaluations. In addition, she works with individuals with a broad spectrum of mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, abuse issues and impulse control.
Matt Vicario, LCMHC
Matt Vicario completed his Master’s degree in educational and clinical counseling through the University of Phoenix. His experience is working with the forensic population with ten years of experience providing direct counseling to individuals incarcerated at the Salt Lake County Adult Detention Center. He specializes in the treatment of domestic violence, abuse, and addiction and recovery. In addition, he has experience working with mental disorders including depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, impulse control problems, and post-traumatic stress. Matt has been a certified domestic violence counselor in the State of Utah for the past five years and is also recognized as an affiliate sex offender treatment provider.
Jessica Coffin, ACMHC
Jessica Coffin received a double masters in psychology and mental health counseling with a specialization in forensic counseling. She is a certified domestic violence treatment provider and has experience working with both domestic violence perpetrators and survivors, as well as individuals who are intellectually handicapped. Jessica is skilled in addressing a variety of mental health disorders including depression, anxiety, trauma and PTSD, impulse control, body image disorders, and issues associated with parenting and interpersonal relationships. She is a member of Psy Chi honors society and the American Mental Health Counselor’s Association.