Safe Schools Clinical Team
Safe Schools Clinical Team is a clinical consultation and assessment program providing input to the Student Services Case Management Team and feedback to parents and administrators.
The following services are available without charge to district educators, parents and students when referred by Case Management:
- Risk assessments for safe school violations, including aggression, drugs, sexual misconduct, fire-setting, harm to self, etc.
- Consultation to local school case management
- Parenting classes and other community resource information
- Mental health screening, consultation and referral
- Safe school intervention support for local schools
- Training to school staff on drug addiction, anxiety, personal boundaries, depression, and sexting. Please call the main office to schedule.
7:30 AM to 4:00 PM
- Ryan Regis, K-12 Clinician
- Matt Merback, K-12 Clinician
- Bryce Russon, K-12 Clinician
- Anne Clark, Associate Family Resource Facilitator
- Lacey King, Integrative Educational Therapist
- Jenny Gatrell, Family Service Worker Coordinator
- Rafael Chino, Integrated Educational Therapist - K-12
- Cassie Quick, Integrated Educational Therapist K-12
- Elementary Safe School Specialists
- Family Service Workers
Ryan Regis, LMFT: K-12 Clinician
Weber State University, MBA 2010
Auburn University, M.S. Marriage and Family Therapy 1995
Brigham Young University, B.S. 1993
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Safe School Risk Evaluations and Consultation for Davis School District; 2001-present
School Based Therapist, Davis Behavioral Health, 2001-2008
Marriage and Family Therapist, LDS Family Services, 2005
Therapist, Residential Adolescent Treatment, Provo Canyon School, 1999-2001
Adolescent Foster/Proctor Care Therapist, Youth Quest and YFCS, 1995-1999
In 2013 Ryan presented on risk assessments at the National Conference on School Safety, LV, Nevada. He has training in Risk Assessments, Psychometrics, TeenScreen, RiskPredicts, SAVRY, SASSI-A2 and NOJOS (JSORRAT-II).
Ryan is conversationally fluent in Spanish.
Matt Merback, LCMHC: K-12 Clinician
Bachelor of Science, University of Utah, 1995
Masters of Educational Counseling, University of Phoenix, 2004
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, LCMHC
Benchmark Hospital; Mental Health Worker 1995-1998
Gramercy Elementary School; School Counselor 1998-2005
Youth Health Associates; Clinical Supervisor/Therapist 2004-2015
Matt has been working with at risk kids since 1990. Matt not only enjoys being part of a team that facilitates responsibility, growth and success, but recognizes the capacity in our youth. Mary Mcleod Bethune said it best: “We have a powerful potential in our youth, and we must have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we may direct their power toward good ends.”
Matt enjoys being with his family, golfing, sports, and reading.
Bryce Russon, LCSW: K-12 Clinician
Bachelor of Social Work from Weber State University 1999
Master of Social Work from the University of Utah 2008
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
Benchmark Hospital; Mental Health Worker 1997-2000
Davis Behavioral Health; Kite Program 1997-2001
Davis Behavioral Health; Case Manager 2001-2003
Adjunct faculty member, University of Utah, College of Social Work 2009-
Davis Behavioral Health; Family Advocate and therapist; Davis School District 2003-2008. Bryce coordinates services between the schools and various community agencies, including Davis Behavioral Health. He conducts risk assessments and provides therapeutic services to students and parents.
Fluent in Spanish
Anne Clark, MAED: Associate Family Resource Facilitator
University of Utah, B.S. Recreation Therapy 1995
University of Phoenix, MAED Educational Counseling 1999
Associate Family Resource Facilitator for Davis School District Present
School Counselor for Davis School District 1999-2016
Prevention Specialist for Cornerstone Counseling Center 1998-1999
Benchmark Behavioral Health Hospital 1995-1998
State of Utah Level 2 School Counselor License (K-12)
Lacey King, CMHC: Integrative Educational Therapist
University of Phoenix, Master's of Counseling, May 2016
Utah State University, Bachelor degree in Psychology, May 2011
Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CMHC)
Integrative Educational Therapist, Davis School District 2017-present
Solstice RTC 2011-2017
Lacey has worked with youth for the past 10 years. She is passionate about empowering students to focus on their strengths and develop a positive sense of self-worth and identity. She specializes in working with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse issues, low self-esteem, grief and loss. She is a certified brainspotting practitioner, and certified in trauma focused CBT and DBT.
Jenny Gatrell, Family Service Worker Coordinator
Jenny worked as an Early Childhood expert in London, England for 9 years before coming to the United States. She received a bachelors degree at BYU in Psychology and a Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. Jenny never loses in the traditional BYU/UofU rivialry. For several years, she taught in various capacities for Davis Behavioral Health. She has been working part time with the Davis District for 16 years, first as a social worker for the CASIE program and then with groups and individuals in area elementary schools. She is the only certified teacher in the area for the Parent Project parenting classes.
Rafael Chino, CMHC
Adams State University, Clinical Mental Health Counseling MA, 2014
University of Utah, Master of Public Administration MPA, 2008
Weber State University, Spanish BA, 2002
Clinical Mental Health Counselor CMHC
Integrative Educational Therapist, Davis School District, 2019-Present
JJS Secure Care Millcreek Youth Center Therapist, 2018-2019
JJS Youth Services Archway Youth Services Therapist, 2014-2018
JJS Youth Services Davis and Weber County Counselor, 2005-2014
Ogden City School District Community Liaison, 2001-2004
Rafael is trained and has extensive experience in DBT, CBT, Narrative Therapy, Brief Strategic Family Therapy, Solution Focus, Motivational Interviewing, Columbia Assessment, Beck Depression Inventory, ASAM Criteria, Suicide Prevention and Assessment. Crises Response Plan and other.
“The Privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are.” Carl Jung
Fluent in Spanish
Cassie Quick, C.S.W.
University of Utah, Masters of Social Work, 2018
University of Utah, Bachelor of Psychology, 2016
Clinical Social Worker, C.S.W.
School Social Worker Certification Level 1 Educators License
Integrative Educational Therapist, Davis School District, 2018-present
Therapist, Tanner Clinic (Private Practice), 2018-present
Wellness Therapist, University of Utah, Medical Student Wellness Program, Internship, 2017-2018
School Therapist, Mountain High School, Internship, 2016-2017
Director of Staff Development, Copper Hills Youth Center, 2005-2010
Vacamas Youth Center, Lead Counselor, 1999-2000
Student & Family Resources
70 East 100 North
Richard E. Kendell Building
Farmington, Utah 84025
South of Farmington
Head northbound on I-15, merge onto 200 West via exit 322. Take the 3rd right onto State Street. Take the 2nd left onto Main Street (4 way intersection with lights). Take 1st right onto 100 North. The Kendell Building is on the right at the end of the block. Our office is on the main floor, first office on the east side of the lobby. Look for Safe Schools Clinical Team on the window.
North of Farmington
Head southbound on I-15, take the Park Lane exit, exit 325. Turn left onto Park Lane continue straight until you reach Main Street. Turn right onto Main Street, continue for almost 1 mile and then turn left onto 100 North. The Kendell Building will be on the right at the end of the block. Our office is on the main floor, first office on the east side of the lobby. Look for Safe Schools Clinical Team on the window.