The Neurobehavior HOME Program is staffed by clinicians and support staff who work every day with people with developmental disabilities. We specialize in helping and understanding the complexities of our patient population.
Primary Care Physicians
Advanced Practice Nurses
Dean Weedon, M.Sc., Program Manager, 801-587-3109
Becky Glover, B.S., Case Manager (patient last name beginning R - Z), 801-587-7687
Charisse Sagers, B.S., Case Manager (patient last name beginning A-D), 801-587-8181
Paula Hansen, B.S., Case Manager (patient last name beginning L-Q), 801-585-0218
Mark Lance, B.S., Case Manager (patient last name beginning E-K), 801-587-3359
Melissa Brewer, R.N., Nurse Case Manager, 801-581-3855 (not pictured)
Kim Liddiard, 801-585-3413
Mariela Arnold, 801-587-3360
Misty Johnson, 801-581-8717
Medication Refill Line, 801-587-3980
Front Desk Staff
Megan McDonald, Scheduling/Records, 801-585-3828
Mackenzie Damron, Scheduling/Records, 801-585-1960
Information, Billing, and Finance Staff
Nirupma Singh, Information Coordinator, 801-587-3110
Diana Goodell, Finance Manager, 801-587-8397
Kim Treadway, Billing and Coding Specialist, 801-581-8110
Gayle Turner-Eckert, Information Coordinator, 801-587-3083
Eric Stoker, File Clerk
Dr. Carbone received his M.D. from the Rosalyn Franklin School of Medicine. He completed his pediatric residency at the University of California at San Diego in 1997. He joined the Neurobehavioral HOME Program in 2009. Dr. Carbone's clinical and research interests revolve around the care of children with disabilities with a special focus on children with autism spectrum disorders. He is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Subcommittee on Autism and a number of other organizations that advocate for those with disabilities.
Education: B.A., Summa Cum Laude, Psychology, University of Utah, 1979-1984;
M.D., University of Utah, 1985-1989; Internship and Residency: General Psychiatry, Wilford Hall, United States Air Force Medical Center, Lackland AFB, Texas-1989-93; Fellowship: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Utah, 1993-95.
Clinical Interests: Acute inpatient Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Research Interests: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder; Tourette's Syndrome.
Dr. Baese received his M.D. from the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He completed the Triple Board Residency Program (Pediatrics, General Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry) at the University of Utah in June 2005. He has been with the Neurobehavior HOME Program since January 2005. His clinical interests include substance abuse and smoking cessation. His research interests include behavioral interventions.
Dr. Bilder received her M.D. from Vanderbilt School of Medicine in Tennessee. She completed the Triple Board Residency Program (Pediatrics, General Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry) at the University of Utah in June 2003, and she has been with the Neurobehavior HOME Program since September 2003. Her clinical and research interests include treatment adherence in children with chronic medical illness, the psychiatric care of children with chronic medical illness, the psychiatric care of children with developmental disabilities, genetic disorders, and neurological injuries.
Education: B.A. University of Missouri (Biology), 1981-1995; M.D. University of Missouri, Columbia (Medicine), 1983-1987; RESIDENT University of Utah School of Medicine (Psychiatry), 1987-1992; INTERN University of Utah School of Medicine (Psychiatry), 1987-1988; FELLOW University of Utah SOM Child and Adolescent Psychiatry), 1988-1990. Certifications: American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Psychiatry), 1994; American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Sub: Child/Adol), Certified; 1994.
Barbara received her R.N. and Master of Nursing degrees from the University of Utah. Her previous appointment was at the University Hospital, Department of Neurology. She has worked for the Neurobehavior HOME Program since 2000. Her research interests include genetic syndromes.
Bonnie received her BSN from Alaska Methodist University in Anchorage. She received two master's degrees from the University of Utah: an MSN in Psychiatric/Mental Health in 1993 and a Family Nurse Practitioner degree in 2003. She has been with the Neurobehavior HOME Program since January 2004. Her clinical interests include pediatrics and respiratory illnesses. Her research interests include genetic syndromes.
Robert received his Master of Social Work degree from the University of Maryland at Baltimore. He has been with the Neurobehavior HOME Program since July 2004. His clinical interests include psychotherapy for adolescents and adults with developmental disabilities and mental retardation. His research interests include the impact of psychotherapy treatment in children, adolescents, and adults with developmental disabilities and mental retardation.
Patricia earned her Master of Social Work from the University of Utah and received LCSW licensure in October 2005. She has worked for many years with people with developmental disabilities and began working with the Neurobehavior HOME Program in September 2006. Her clinical specialties include grief and loss, therapeutic groups, and behavioral analysis. Her research interests are in the field of behavioral analysis.
Bethany earned her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Utah and a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services from the University of Phoenix. She has many years of experience in the field of social work with an emphasis on child and family development. Prior to joining the HOME Program, Bethany worked with both the Division of Services for People with Disabilities and as a private support coordinator.
Stephanie joined the Neurobehavior HOME Program in February 2000 as a clinical Child Life/Behavioral Specialist. Her work with children and adolescents with complex health care needs has been her primary area of interest since she graduated from high school. She completed her master's degree in Professional Counseling from the University of Utah in Summer 2005 and is a licensed professional counselor. She provides behavioral and therapy services in the clinic. Her clinical interests include diagnostic accuracy, care coordination, and play therapy.
Sandy has a bachelor of science degree in psychology from the University of Winnipeg in Canada, a master’s in rehabilitation counseling from Illinois Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. from the University of Utah in Special Education (2009). She has been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst since 2000, practicing in a variety of settings such as in homes and group residences, schools, and hospitals. She has worked with a range of individuals with various disabilities and support needs including autism, traumatic brain injury, and most recently children who have experienced abuse and neglect. In the last few years she has been incorporating clinical behavior analysis into her practice both with caregivers and family members. Clinical and research interests include integrating behavior analysis into providing parents and other caregivers with parenting and self management skill repertoires that produce lasting and meaningful behavioral changes. She is a member of a number of organizations related to applied behavior analysis and is currently chairperson for the Association for Utah Behavior Analysts. After living in a number of places in Canada and the U.S., Sandy is happy to call Utah home with the many outdoor activities and spectacular beauty it offers.
Travis earned his Masters of Social Work degree from Brigham Young University and a Bachelors of Behavioral Science from Utah Valley University. His clinical approach includes but are not limited to: systems theory, solution focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and some Rogerian techniques. His personal interests include: hiking, camping, fishing, sports, ballroom dancing, reading, and anything else that can keep him active.
Sara received her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Utah and a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Illinois State University. Sara has worked with individuals with disabilities and their families in various settings over the years. Her clinical interests include play therapy, family therapy, and therapeutic groups.