Nathan guides parents through the admissions process from start to finish. His experience managing insurance billing provides parents with an excellent resource when searching for program funding. Nathan completed a B.S. degree in accounting from Southern Utah University.
Licensing & HR Director
As the director of licensing, Ms. Janie Lynne Sabin oversees the policies and procedures for Zion Hills Academy and maintains the compliance with the State of Utah and all Accreditation departments associated with Zion Hills. Ms. Sabin obtained her B.S. from Southern Utah University, in 2007. Ms. Sabin has over seven years of experience as a Paralegal with direct experience in Property Law, Estate Planning and Business Law.
Josh Gardner, MBA
Josh has been with the organization since 2015. He completed his B.S. in Accounting and his Masters in Business Administration at Southern Utah University. Josh oversees all the financial duties and coordinates fundraising efforts.
Eric Allred, M.S., LMFT
Eric Allred has been working in the mental health community since 1989. Before his current position, Eric was Executive Clinical Director at Provo Canyon Schools; and Clinical Director at West Ridge Academy where he oversaw the building and development of West Ridge’s current campus.
Additionally, Eric was a therapist at West Ridge Academy and Provo Canyon Schools; and Residential Campus Manager at West Ridge Academy. He also operated a private counseling practice.
Trevor Dahle, LMFT
Trevor is new to the Hope Group just this year. He graduated from Brigham Young University with his bachelor’s degree in Family Studies, master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, and will enter the Human Development and Family Studies PhD program at Auburn University this fall. His education and career have been spent trying to find the best ways to help individuals and families thrive. This focus, and his extensive experience in family research, gives Trevor a unique understanding of how family dynamics affect individual choices. In the future, he plans to develop community programs and influence public policy to increase awareness of addiction and trauma, and to improve access to therapy.
Trevor comes to the Hope Group from another residential treatment center where he specialized in treating complex trauma and addiction. He is trained in EMDR and SMART Recovery, and loves working with argumentative teens. His therapy perspective focuses on working collaboratively with the youth so they can learn more about themselves and develop their personal value systems. This in turn provides them with and internal guide when making decisions.
You can read Trevor’s thesis here: Longitudinal Examination of Observed Family Hostility and Adolescent Anxiety and Depression as Mediated by Adolescent Perspective Taking and Empathic Concern. In his personal time, he enjoys taking his family hiking, backpacking and biking.