Cheryl Kehl, LCSW
Co-founder and Partner
Cheryl has a 25-year history of founding and managing treatment programs for adolescents, in addition to providing therapy for them, and is really enjoying working with adults at Corner Canyon Health. Her own treatment experiences informed the development and implementation of the foundational components of Corner Canyon, and she enjoys directing a program that meets all the expectations she had while in treatment and includes all the therapeutic practices that she has found to be effective throughout her career.
In 1998 Cheryl co-founded Second Nature Wilderness Program, which grew to be the largest private wilderness therapeutic program in the United States and included 5 separate locations. Cheryl also helped found Gateway Academy, a pre-eminent residential treatment program for adolescent boys, and looks forward to working with the Gateway Academy owners at Corner Canyon.
In 2003, Cheryl was elected by her colleagues throughout the United States to serve as a board member for the National Association for Therapeutic Schools and Programs. Cheryl works clinically with addiction, mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, family systems problems, and other co-occurring issues. She loves working with clients the most out of all the different roles she has played. Cheryl completed her education at Brigham Young University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Sociology in 1991 and her Master’s Degree in Social Work in 1993.
Cheryl is the oldest of ten children and has two adult children, a daughter and a son. Her interests include water sports, photography, interior design, household projects, and spending time with her family and friends. She loves house boating on Lake Powell, but her favorite pastime is spending time with her 6 wonderful grandchildren.
Rob Lund, BS, CRS
President Read Bio
Co-founder and Partner
Rob Lund, BS, CRS
Co-founder and Partner
Rob Lund has a varied business background and is excited to be working with those in addiction recovery at Corner Canyon. He has always endeavored to find meaning beyond a paycheck in his work and sees this opportunity as a chance to fulfill this long-held value.
His passion to help others and his business acumen will serve him well as he leads this organization. Rob has several family members and numerous friends in addiction recovery. He knows recovery is possible and has seen those in recovery lead highly productive, full, amazing lives. He believes this work is incredibly important and knows that it can be done effectively by professionals with experience and passion for the work.
Rob has spent many years in a volunteer capacity working with individuals and families who are struggling with various kinds of issues. This work has raised his sensitivity to and effectiveness in helping individuals and families cope with concerns and raise their functioning and quality of life. Rob has found this work to be extremely rewarding and meaningful and he looks forward to working with clients and staff in similar capacities.
He studied at the Marriott School of Management, BYU and received his BS degree in business with an emphasis in organizational behavior. Since that time, he has held management positions in the clothing industry, construction estimating software business and construction field.
Rob founded Haven Homes, Inc., a successful home building business in 2002, which continues to build beautiful custom homes in the greater Salt Lake area. His emphasis on quality, value, and service allow this company to thrive in an often cyclical and difficult industry. Rob enjoys the great outdoors, including camping, backpacking, hiking, and boating. His love of mountain biking has taken him to some of the most spectacular scenery this country has to offer. His greatest pride and joy come from his family of four amazing children, two grandsons, and an incredible wife.
Sara Sorenson, LCMHC
Clinical DirectorRead Bio
Sara Sorenson, LCMHC
Cory Speaker, CMHC
Assistant Clinical DirectorRead Bio
Cory Speaker, CMHC
Assistant Clinical Director
Rick Buxton, CMHC
Primary TherapistRead Bio
Rick Buxton, CMHC
Dr. Todd Corelli
Consulting Clinical PsychologistRead Bio
Dr. Todd Corelli
Consulting Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Corelli received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Brigham Young University and completed a residency in Pediatric Psychology at Michigan State University Medical School. He has worked in a variety of settings, including therapeutic boarding schools, residential treatment centers, homes, and therapeutic wilderness programs. He administers psychological and psychoeducational evaluations to in order to clarify each individual’s psychological functioning, learning profile, and any learning difficulties. This testing assesses a wide range of potential problems, including AD/HD, executive functioning, learning disorders, depression, Bipolar Disorder, anxiety disorders, trauma and PTSD, personality disorders, behavioral disorders like drug and alcohol addiction, sexual addiction, other process addictions, and many other diagnostic issues.
Dr. Corelli has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families through his private practice in both community-based treatment settings and spending years with students in outdoor wilderness settings. His self-stated passion is working with families. For the past 18 years, Dr. Corelli has worked across the country as an independent consultant for referring professionals, therapeutic wilderness programs, clinicians, and residential treatment centers. Todd’s ability to connect with adolescents and young adults is central to the outcomes of his comprehensive testing, his rapport with clients helps them to open up and get to the heart of their difficulties and strengths.
Todd has been married for 28 years to his best friend, Valerie, and they have four wonderful children, ages 12-24. He loves to travel, read, golf and spend time with his family. He speaks Chinese near fluently, is a basketball aficionado and loves to write. His website is DrToddTalks.com.
Abby Jenkins, Ph.D.
Consulting PsychologistRead Bio
Abby Jenkins, Ph.D.
Dr. Abby Jenkins is a licensed clinical psychologist based in Heber City, Utah. She specializes in administering psychological, educational, and social functioning assessments to children, adolescents, and adults in various treatment settings across the country. Dr. Jenkins received her master’s and doctoral degrees from Temple University in Philadelphia. While at Temple, Dr. Jenkins completed a one-year clinical rotation at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and a six-month clinical/research rotation at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Jenkins completed her pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin – Madison (Go Badgers!).
Dr. Jenkins has a strong foundation in research and regularly incorporates the latest findings into her practice. She also has conducted a great deal of her own research on the topics of mood disorders (depression and bipolar disorder), suicide, and self-injury. She has authored or co-authored ten peer reviewed publications in scientific journals, has co-authored three book chapters, and has presented her research at national and international conferences on more than 40 occasions. Dr. Jenkins has been awarded research grants and awards from Temple University, The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, and the American Psychological Association.
Dr. Jenkins has more than 10 years of experience providing therapy and assessment services in a variety of settings, including community mental health clinics, therapeutic wilderness programs, residential treatment programs, and psychiatric hospitals. She has extensive training in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for mood disorders, anxiety disorders, anger, and trauma. She specializes in working with adolescents and young adults and their families during times of crisis, specializing in the assessment and treatment of self-harm and suicidal behavior. In terms of assessment, Dr. Jenkins has formalized training in the administration of psychoeducational, psychological, and social functioning (autism spectrum) test batteries.
Admissions and Outreach
Admissions DirectorRead Bio
Shaun Oldroyd has been with Corner Canyon since before we opened, he was hired as Program Director because of his previous experience and many skills and abilities. Shaun’s knowledge of clients, families, programming, medications, and all facets of a successful treatment program also apply to helping potential clients and their families understand and accept the treatment process, and he was promoted to Admissions, and then Admissions Director.
Shaun is constantly seeking out training opportunities and exposure to people who can teach him more about the important work we do, and he has a true passion for the highest quality of treatment we can provide to our clients. His vision and hard work continue to lead to important program improvements and growth, and he sets a great example for other members of the team.
Shaun has worked in the residential treatment field since his own recovery process, in 2009, and his personal experiences with addiction guide his ability to connect with clients and his empathy for what they are experiencing. Many of our clients and former clients look to Shaun as their personal role model and he has had significant and enduring positive effects on them.
He has had exposure to and experience with effective Mental Health treatment programs over the years, and uses his skills in those areas to work in empathetic and supportive ways with clients who struggle with those concerns. He has built many significant relationships within the adult treatment world and is always investing time and energy into those relationships as well as developing many new ones.
Shaun’s personal life is focused around friends and family, and you can frequently find him at Lake Powell with them during 3 seasons of the year. He also makes time to coordinate and play in sober softball leagues, continuing to impact people in recovery in his “off” time.
Outreach DirectorRead Bio
Corner Canyon is excited to have Chris on our team. He adds a depth of knowledge of systems of care in Residential Treatment, has an organizational focus, and many years of helping residential and wilderness programs grow by providing excellent and caring work with clients and their families as they enter treatment, often for the first time.
Chris has a wealth of experience working in our industry in many capacities, including Admissions and Outreach, Residential care, Nursing, and Wilderness. In addition to working with Corner Canyon he is also continuing work towards a doctorate in Psychiatric Nursing and maintains an intense outdoor adventure schedule!
He has a wide array of knowledge and expertise in outdoor areas like rock climbing and canyoneering, skiing, snowboarding, peak bagging, trail running, photography, motocross, and boating (Lake Powell is a favorite destination).
He is an amazing teacher of these skills to staff, clients, Educational Consultants and friends, sharing his time with them eagerly. Chris has two children, a boy and a girl, they are his world. He practices yoga, the mindfulness component grounds him, and his religion is Love.
Chris enjoys travel as long as it includes new cultures and people, otherwise it is just “travel”. Chris has managed a humanitarian clothing donation program for the last 12 years, gathering and donating clothing to single parent homes and immigrant communities.
Admissions CounselorRead Bio
Social MediaRead Bio
Dana Goodrich’s vision and abilities in social media and online marketing skill have led to a rapidly improving online presence, and her coordination and persistence with the other team members has laid the foundation for more effective representation of the significant work that Corner Canyon does with adult clients.
Dana has experience running small businesses, and her work in her MBA program has given her a broad understanding of business that guides the direction she sets for Corner Canyon’s online marketing. She pursues ongoing classes and training that keep her up with new and developing aspects of online marketing and uses her knowledge and kind persistence to motivate Corner Canyon’s personnel to contribute to that effort.
Dana and her husband Eric have six children and somehow fit a little play into their busy lives, they love boating and spend a lot of time at kid’s basketball and baseball games and swim meets. They love to travel, Costa Rica is a favorite destination.
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Assistant Program DirectorRead Bio
Assistant Program Director
Tosha is a woman of recovery. She is an integral part of the local recovery community and has held several service positions including Event Chair and Treasurer for a young people’s group. She creates opportunities and space for our clients to actively serve others.
Having survived severe addictions and through her journey of healing from trauma, Tosha has the unique ability to connect with clients from various backgrounds on a personal level. She believes that no matter the darkness in someone’s life, with the right help and daily effort everyone can achieve peace. She inspires our clients to look for the light and have hope.
Tosha is methodical and organized. She teaches our clients time-management, the importance of being reliable, consistency, and most importantly to change the self-talk narrative from “I can’t do this” to “I can do anything.” She plans and implements staff training to aid staff in learning and growing as they work with our clients.
Her educational background is in Business, she earned a spot on the President’s List at S.L.C.C. She has shifted her educational direction to follow her passion and will continue studying Behavioral Health.
Tosha is married to the love of her life and hopes to have children. She enjoys spending time with family and participating in recovery-related activities. Tosha loves music and enjoys writing melodies and lyrics. She also spends time learning metaphysical philosophy, meditating, and energetic healing.
Human Resource DirectorRead Bio
Human Resource Director
Head ChefRead Bio
Cade has been working in the culinary industry for most of his life starting at the young age of fourteen when he joined his dad in his catering business. Through this hands-on experienceCade learned the basics of knife skills, making sauces, and creating recipes. Cade realized at a young age that cooking was his passion and took what he learned to start working as a prep cook at a local delicatessen. Because of his creativity, skills, and work ethic, Cade soon earned the title of lead chef in early 2016 and became a food production manager later that year. During his tenure, Cade strived to make healthy, fresh meals, while learning about different European cuisines. Cade most recently worked for a local vegetarian café in downtown Salt Lake City, before joining the Corner Canyon Health Centers Team. Cade cooks delicious, healthy meals for Corner Canyon’s clients and staff, and teaches clients about cooking and the gut-brain connection so integral to the whole brain and body healing.
When he’s not creating healthy, beautifully-plated meals, Cade can be found taking his Jeep on red rock adventures around Moab or mountain biking around the entire Wasatch front. In the winters Cade spends most of his free time chasing powder on the many snowy mountains of Utah on his snowboard.
Health, and Healing:
Cade‘s two main priorities as a chef are providing meals that are balanced and nourishing and developing personal relationships with each resident at Corner Canyon Health Centers. Cade considers himself to be a European-style chef and enjoys demonstrating to people that there are many creative and delicious ways to eat healthy food. Cade strongly believes in developing a personal relationship with each resident he serves and enjoys doing what he can to make each person feel at home. Cade often takes requests from residents and incorporates them into his meals whenever he can; he enjoys being able to offer a sense of home by making residents dishes that are local to their hometowns. Cade also enjoys the creative process that accommodating the various dietary needs of each resident involves.