Our Purpose

About Us


We help build skills

We use a behavior skills training approach. We teach the skills, we model the skills, we rehearse the skills and then provide reinforcement and feedback.  We use an experiential approach in clinic, community and home settings. We believe skills need to be taught and reinforced naturally so they can generalize into all settings of life.


Our Purpose

At Crimson Heights we have the heart and passion to help children, youth and young adults with social, communication and executive functioning challenges move closer to independence. These challenges may be known as autism, itellectual disability, traumatic brain injury, ADHD, Reactive Attatchment, Trauma, Oppositional Defiance, Conduct issues, and Obsessive-compulsive disorder. We offer services to these individuals and just about everyone else.

We use evidence based practices to teach individuals on the skills needed to be successful in their life. We strive to make the lives of the individuals we serve healthier and happier. 


Andi graduated from the University of Utah in Healthcare/Hospital Administration with an emphasis in Behavioral Health, as well as a degree in Sociology. Andi has over 20 years of experience in the field of healthcare administration within various industries and has worked extensively in administration throughout her professional career. As Director of Business Development, she is responsible for encompassing developing infrastructure, promoting and ensuring growth and development, analyzing current processes, and recommending and implementing procedural or policy changes to improve operations. She also provides input on recruiting and employee relations, information technology as well as managing our scheduling department, adult and teen day treatment programs, community programs, and extension offices in Cedar City, Kanab, Hilldale, and Mesquite. She works with community partners, maintains credentialing, and collaborates with outreach programs in local communities. Andi believes that administration and passion in this industry is the backbone of daily business operations. Her goal is to ensure that the entire administrative function is strategically aligned with all other business functions and supports the successful creation, launch, execution, and sustainability of Crimson Heights LLC and all it has to offer.
Andi Cribbs

Chief Executive Officer – CEO

Nathan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Brigham Young University and continued his education at the University of Nevada Las Vegas where he earned a Master of Business Administration. Relying on his education and professional experience, he has spent two decades within the social service industry, including 16 years of executive leadership positions overseeing and developing policy and program operations in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. He enjoys creating and cultivating supports and programs for people in care, specifically at-risk youth, individuals impacted by foster care, as well as individuals with intellectual disabilities, including those on the spectrum and individuals with TBI diagnosis. He has a passion for serving people and gains great satisfaction from seeing individuals grow as they acquire confidence in overcoming perceived limitations. When he isn’t in the office, he is usually found riding his motorcycle or climbing mountains with his wife and four kids.
Nathan Marsh

Chief Operations Officer – COO

Clinical Team

Hello!! My name is Anthony (Tony) Maiocco. I am a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with over a decade's worth of experience in the field. Throughout that time some of those duties included designing, implementing, and teaching Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) principles and concepts to employees, parents, and individuals with mental and developmental disorders. A few of the contexts in which I designed, implemented, and taught ABA are in residential facilities, clinics, communities, schools, and family home settings. The age range of individuals I have experience working with is from as young as two years old to more than 80 years old. All of the individuals that I have worked with have had single and multiple diagnosis, some of those diagnoses are, but not limited to chemical dependencies, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Depression, ADHD, ADD, OCD, Autism, Fragile X, Intellectual disabilities, RAD, Cerebral Palsy, PICA, Down Syndrome, Prader Willi, Mood/Conduct Disorder, PANDAS, dyslexia, and more. I firmly believe that as long as a person is physically capable of performing an action, as long as we can establish motivation and be consistent, we can teach that person any behavior.

Anthony Maiocco - BCBA, LBA

Clinical Director – ABA 

Dallas graduated from the University of Utah, receiving his Master’s Degree in Social Work. Dallas has almost a decade of experience working with a wide variety of demographics, including individuals with Autism, anxiety, depression, trauma, and more. Dallas is trained in an evidence based treatment modality, EMDR. Dallas believes in getting outside, being active, and using experimental activities as a learning tool for treatment and success.

Dallas Garner - LCSW

Clinical Director – Mental Health

Elysia graduated from San Diego State University with a Master’s degree in Social Work and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Utah. Elysia is fully trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). She has experience in treating individuals with PTSD, depression, anxiety, ADHD, addiction, grief and loss, and Reactive Attachment DIsorder (RAD). Elysia is passionate about helping her clients heal from trauma and addressing underlying issues to client’s presenting problems.

Elysia Young - LCSW

Area Clinical Supervisor -St George, UT

Abby graduated with her Master’s degree in Social Work from Boise State University. She serves clients with a wide range of diagnoses, utilizing a variety of modalities and regularly incorporating experiential outdoor sessions to her work. Abby is passionate about working with families and individuals impacted by autism. She has worked in a variety of settings, across a span of ages ranging from early intervention, high school special education, through continued adulthood. When not in the therapy office, Abby spends lots of time with her husband, 2 children and her handful of dogs outside soaking up the sunshine. You can usually catch her strolling through any farmers market or out looking for foodtrucks to try.

Abigail Genco - CSW

Mental Health Therapist – St. George, UT

Aloha! My name is Richard Hau’oli Crowell, Marriage & Family Therapist from the Hawaiian Islands (O’ahu)! My experience includes individual, family, and group therapeutic services with various psychiatric conditions such as Neurodevelopmental, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Disruptive Impulsive Control and Conduct Disorders. I have experience working in multiple therapeutic settings including psychiatric residential, inpatient & outpatient as well as maximum security facilities. Moreover, I’ve spent over 10 years working contractually with the Judiciary and Healthcare (Medicaid, Medicare) systems specializing in providing family intervention and treatment services, community-based case management, patient education, provider relations support, and value-based care expertise. I have the privilege of raising a rather small family of 8 (grin) most of which are all student-athletes, graduated, and one learning how to use the potty (smile). As a Marriage & Family therapist, I truly believe in the power of a family-centered approach towards health, healing, and essential well-being. It is my absolute pleasure and honor to embark upon this new journey rendering genuine care, counsel, and therapeutic clarity to the beautiful families and residents of the state of Utah!

Rich Crowell - ALMFT

Mental Health Therapist – St. George, UT

Education: Graduate- Hawaii Pacific University with a Masters in Mental Health Counseling and Florida Institute of Technology for my ABA course work. I’ve been working with children and their families for over 15 years, in Hawaii and across the nation. I feel very strongly about using compassionate ABA to help make meaningful change for individuals with disabilities and in using progressive behavioral interventions to teach meaningful life skills to help clients reach their fullest potential. I have worked in all areas of behavioral therapy for clients and with all ages and abilities, from early intervention to social and executive functioning skills with teens. I believe considering the whole person in approaching a therapeutic treatment plan, with input from collaborative mental and behavioral health professionals allows for the most comprehensive approach to therapy.

Anna Schabell - BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst – St. George, UT

Victoria graduated from the University of Utah in 2017 with a Master’s of Social Work, with an emphasis in Mental Health Counseling. She has years of experience working as a therapist in the healthcare system, and is passionate about the importance of mental health in a person’s overall health and wellness. Her primary experience is working with grief and loss, trauma, anxiety, depression, perinatal mood disorders, and religious trauma. Victoria is an LGBTQIA+ affirming therapist and ally.

Victoria Stack - LCSW

Mental Health Therapist -St George, UT

I believe in the power of self-love and empowerment in therapy. As your ally, I assist clients in setting goals, addressing issues, and fostering compassion towards themselves. I specialize in working with clients who are ready to commit to the therapeutic process. I provide supportive feedback and assign therapeutic homework to integrate skills into daily life. My approach is honest, direct, and focused on building a strong therapeutic relationship. I understand that starting therapy can be intimidating, but I prioritize creating a safe and comfortable space for clients to explore their vulnerabilities. Together, we can navigate this journey at your pace. Remember, you are not alone in this!

Kimberly Benson - LCSW

Mental Health Therapist -St George, UT



Licensed Clinical Psychologist – PhD

Wendy has been in the behavioral analysis field for over 20 years! She has a Masters Degree in special education and is currently working to complete a PhD in Applied Behavior Analysis, which she anticipates receiving in the summer of 2023. Wendy has expertise working with individuals with moderate to severe problem behaviors and is a valued part of the Crimson Counseling team. Wendy has lived in New Brunswick, Canada for the last 6 years. Prior to this, she lived in multiple cities across the US. Brett received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from SUU and her Master's Degree in Social Work from UNLV. She has over a decade of experience with individuals and families with depression, anxiety, trauma, autism, borderline personality disorder, and substance use. Brett is foundationally trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). She also utilizes play therapy and art therapy. Brett is passionate about helping others heal and build a life worth living.

Wendy Weller -BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst – Mesquite, NV

Kelli's journey in the field of social work has been marked by a dedication to trauma work and helping individuals find healing and learning skills through therapies like Brain Spotting, EMDR, DBT, ABA, and CBT. Kelli has been honing her skills in trauma-informed care, particularly focusing on children, adolescents, and adults. Her educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work from the University of Utah, where she gained hands-on experience working with survivors of domestic violence during her internship. This experience laid the foundation for her commitment to trauma work. Following her undergraduate studies, Kelli pursued further education, earning her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Florida in the Spring of 2024, becoming a Clinical Social Worker. Kelli's therapeutic approach emphasizes creating a secure and nurturing environment where clients feel welcomed and affirmed. She values the mind-body connection and believes that healing occurs when the mind and body are in attunement. Kelli understands that trauma should not be carried alone and firmly believes in the power of healing through shared experiences and supportive therapeutic relationships. In her practice, Kelli aims to foster a space where clients can freely express their true selves and explore their stories without judgment. By embracing the power of each individual's narrative, Kelli seeks to facilitate healing and growth. Her ultimate goal is to collaborate with clients on their journey toward healing, providing support and guidance along the way.

Kelli Stoker - CSW

Mental Health Therapist – Cedar City, UT

Heidi has worked with individuals on the autism spectrum for over 20 years. She graduated from ASU with a Master's Degree in Education Curriculum and Instruction in August of 2017 and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst the following February. She specializes in working with high support needs clients on the autism spectrum. Heidi believes in a positive approach, using techniques that promote confidence, independence and self-esteem. She is passionate about her work and values parent input in creating treatment plans that improve quality of life for the families she works with.

Heidi Yardley - BCBA, LBA

Area Clinical Supervisor – Cedar City, UT

Jessica Toro received her Bachelors degree in psychology from southern utah university in 2012. She later received her masters degree in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in applied behavior analysis from arizona state university in 2019. Jessica has had a life goal of finding a profession that allows her to help those who may not be able to help themselves. Jessica has worked with individuals on the autism spectrum for 9 years and became a board certified behavior analyst in October of 2020. Jessica is a passionate about learning and teaching skill to individuals so they can be truly successful in life, and loves seeing the positive changes that applied behavior analysis can bring into the lives of those she works with.

Jessica Toro - BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst – Cedar City, UT

Brook is from West Haven, Utah, and recently moved to Cedar for the snow and red rocks! She graduated from the University of Utah with a Master of Social Work. Brook has experience helping clients with anxiety and depression. Most of her practice stems from acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). She loves the outdoors and enjoys what it can do for mental health and growth!

Brook Richardson - CSW

Mental Health Therapist – Cedar City, UT

Rachel is deeply passionate about supporting individuals on their personal growth journeys. With extensive experience working with youth and adults diagnosed with autism, developmental disorders, anxiety, depression, conduct disorders, learning disabilities, and trauma in both school and home settings, she is committed to a client-centered approach. Rachel tailors therapy to meet the unique needs and goals of each individual. Her therapeutic style includes a variety of treatment modalities, such as experiential therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and mindfulness techniques, all designed to create a safe space for clients to explore their emotions and experiences. Rachel considers herself her clients' strongest supporter and ally, dedicated to helping them navigate life's challenges and achieve their goals. Committed to lifelong learning, she continually seeks new knowledge and understanding to enhance her skills.

Rachael Phillips - MH intern

MH Therapist Intern – St. George, UT

Welcome! I'm Ashley, Board Certified Behavior Analyst fulfilling a remote position with Crimson Heights. My ABA Applied Behavior Analysis journey began 8 years ago as an interventionist providing direct services. Since entering the clinical ranks in 2019, I've found a deep sense of purpose working with those with social-emotional disorders and trauma. My main focus as a BCBA is to program to teach others the skills they need to depend on themselves, take care of themselves, and interact with the world and others meaningfully.

Ashley Williams - Longoria - BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst – SO. Utah and Colorado

Hello! I’m Sydnie; a licensed Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor (ACMHC) and a graduate of the Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at the University of the Cumberlands in Kentucky. I have experience working with teens and children who struggle with anxiety, depression, anger, and other mental health conditions. Along with modalities such as DBT and Motivational Interviewing, I use a client-centered approach that focuses on promoting change to help the client grow toward their best self. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with loved ones, hiking, reading, and hanging out with my cats.

Sydnie Ashbrook - ACMHC

Mental Health Therapist – St. George, UT

Aidan has been immersed in the field of mental health for nearly a decade with about half of that time being with adolescents in residential treatment. A Seattle native, Aidan moved to Southern Utah to be surrounded by mountains and canyons rather than high rises and skyscrapers. Aidan believes in the healing powers of nature and is a very active person, so if you are interested in a unique therapy session outdoors or in the gym, then Aidan might be a great fit for you. 
 Aidan’s primary therapeutic modality consists of cognitive behavioral therapy. Aidan has a diverse experience of working with individuals who are survivors of traumatic events. Aidan is in the process of being trained in other trauma informed modalities, such as trauma focused-CBT, EMDR, and Internal Family Systems. Aidan has experience working with clients as young as 5 years old and as old as 70! 
 Aidan is a Seahawks fan despite how hard that might be at times. As a former college wrestler, Aidan is passionate about health, which becomes a key influence on Aidan’s holistic mind body approach.

Aidan Robinson - ACMHC

Mental Health Therapist – Cedar City, UT

Emma will graduate from her Master's program in Marriage and Family Therapy from Touro University in February of 2025. Emma is Passionate about transforming lives through creative therapy methods. She specializes in CBT and SFBT methods to inspire growth and empowerment in her clients. Emma emphasizes a client centered approach where self change is encouraged for a client to become the best version of themselves. She has over a decade of experience working with children on the Autism Spectrum. When not conducting therapy Emma enjoys spending time with her family outdoors. Emma enjoys going hiking and exploring national parks!

Emma Van Drimmelen - MFT Intern

Mental Health Therapist Intern – St. George, UT

Leslie graduated from Capella University in 2018 with her Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis. She has been in the field since 2016 and started as a Registered Behavior Technician, and has gained knowledge and experience that she taken into her BCBA Licensure. Leslie is bilingual, and has experience working in early intervention, teens and adults with multiple diagnosis, and provides trauma informed care services. She enjoys working with the entire family, in providing support and build confidence for families to use ABA strategies in their daily lives. She believes in a wholesome approach and collaborating with mental health specialist and others to provide support for the client and the entire family.

Leslie Martinez - BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst – St. George and Cedar City, UT

Hi, my name is Cori Anne Doubek. I have a Master’s Degree in Special Education with an emphasis on Applied Behavior Analysis. I have been in the behavioral health field for over a decade and I am currently working as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. My experience ranges from working with individuals of all ages ranging from adult rehabilitation services to providing early intervention for clients as young as 2 years old. I have had the opportunity to collaborate with community organizations including school districts, police departments, hospitals, and other agencies to help support individuals with complex needs in maintaining placement in the least restrictive settings possible. I believe in using an integrated and person centered approach to bring out the unique abilities of each individual in order to support those individuals in living their best life possible.

Cori Doubek - BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst – St. George and Cedar City, UT


Maddie embarked on her journey in the behavioral health field in 2017 and quickly discovered her deep passion for helping others. This experience prompted a change in her college major, culminating in her graduation with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Dixie State University in 2020. Over the years, Maddie has assumed various roles within the field, relishing the opportunities for personal growth and learning from each position offered her. Since 2020, Maddie has been an integral part of the Crimson Heights team. During her time with Crimson, she has had the privilege of witnessing the remarkable progress made by the individuals the organization serves and has also observed the growth of the company as a whole. Maddie's lifelong aspiration to make a positive impact on the lives of others finds fulfillment at Crimson Heights, and she cherishes every moment of this rewarding journey.

Maddie Stichauf

Area Associate Director – St. George / Cedar City


Brian King

Associate Director of DTX – St George

HR / Recruiting / Systems

Jen is a dynamic and personable professional with a profound dedication to behavioral health care. With over 15 years of experience in account and patient billing, she brings a wealth of knowledge to her role. Jen is deeply committed to patient-centered care, ensuring that all financial aspects of treatment are handled with transparency. Her approach gives patients peace of mind, affirming that the value of their care matches their investment. Hardworking and always willing to go the extra mile, Jen strives to provide an excellent experience for everyone she assists.

Jenica Del Biaggio

Billing Liason

Dellenie attended Dixie State University and obtained her Associates in Science in 2019 and is now studying Business Administration in Human Resources to obtain her bachelors. Dellenie has worked in the medical field for the majority of her work career. She has worked for Crimson Heights since 2019. She has witnessed our expansion and growth working as an Administrator. She has enjoyed helping and working in an environment where she can contribute and help others who struggle with mental disabilities.


Payroll Specialist

Chris is a graduate of Dixie State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. During his time at Dixie State, Chris performed extensive research on the relationship between organizational leadership and employee satisfaction, specifically studying this dynamic at IHC's St. George Regional Hospital. This research has fueled his passion for the employee experience and inspired he hopes to pursue a master's degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology in the future. With over 15 years of leadership experience, Chris is an established leader in his field. His diverse background in psychology and leadership has equipped him with a unique perspective on the needs of both employees and organizations, and he has a proven track record of developing successful strategies to improve the employee experience. In his future career, Chris aspires to use his education and experience to create positive, productive work environments that not only benefit employees, but also drive business success. He is a driven individual who is passionate about creating positive change in the workplace, and he is committed to using his expertise to help organizations reach their full potential.

Chris Williamson

Systems Manager

Meet Kailey Goulding, our Talent Acquisition Specialist. Kailey's journey with Crimson has been extraordinary, having held four diverse roles within our company. Her extensive experience uniquely positions her to identify top talent for our organization. Kailey is an adventurous soul with a love for travel, often exploring the world with her best friend. From two weeks in Brazil to nearly relocating to Australia, her global experiences have given her a unique perspective on building relationships and adapting to change. In her personal life, Kailey is a devoted aunt to three kids and shares a special bond with her best friend's dog. Her caring nature extends beyond her professional role. Kailey brings passion and expertise to our recruitment efforts. With her incredible journey at Crimson, she's the perfect fit to help us find exceptional talent for our team.

Kailey Goulding

Talent Acquisition Specialist


Jamie has a multi departmental role including being an Adult Group Lead, Community Outreach Group Team Lead, and working with a new contract as a Crimson System of Care Parent Peer Support. Jamie is a Social Service Worker, RBT, and will be our first fully credentialed Family Peer Support Specialist with High Fidelity Wrap Around Services. Jamie is one of the founding members of Crimson and has helped build our team, train our teams, and make a difference with the many individuals we serve in our adult community services. Jamie has a passion for helping others and is a natural leader. You may catch her at Tab or the Loft or may see her at one of your clients' SOC meetings. We are lucky to have her full time at Crimson and to benefit from her expertise

Jamie Parry

Community-Based Services Director

Crimson Heights

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