TASC welcomes the Utah clinical department!

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In early 2015 TASC began expansion in the state of Utah to provide clinical services in Salt Lake City. Operations in Salt Lake City will continue TASC’s mission to improving communities by providing excellent healthcare and helping clients reach their goals.

Meet the Team!

The Salt Lake City office is headed up by Janice Gordon-White, who serves as the Clinical Lead. She has dedicated her life to helping others to improve their lives through education, insight and change. Janice is a member of the American Counseling Association and received degrees from Utah State University in Psychology and Social Work. She also has two Master’s Degrees in Public Service Leadership and Counseling. Janice uses proven techniques to help clients achieve their treatment goals and improve their lives.

Amber Fowler is also a clinician at Salt Lake City’s TASC office. Amber completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Colorado State University in 2006 and then resumed her clinical studies completing a Masters in Counseling degree in 2009. Amber moved back to her home state of Utah and is working towards licensure. Amber has experience working in substance abuse prevention, family advocacy, victim’s advocacy with law enforcement, chemical dependency and dual diagnosis clinical settings with both adolescents and adults. Amber moved to Utah to be closer to family, so she spends much of her free time with her family, immediate and extended, where she engages in activities such as traveling, camping, hunting and fishing.

Amanda Brassard serves as the Case Manager at SLC TASC. She graduated at the top of her class from the University of Utah in 2014 where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Certificate in Criminology and Corrections. Amanda has several years of experience as a mental health worker with adolescents in a residential setting where she learned a lot about mental illness, substance abuse, conduct disorder, as well as fetal alcohol and autism spectrum disorders. When she is not at work, you can find Amanda at home reading a book or relaxing with her husband and puppy. Amanda is currently working toward earning her licensure as a Social Service Worker so she can provide additional support and services for our clientele.