Timpanogos Assessment and Psychological Services Staff
Mikle South received a B.A. in psychology from Yale University in 1994 and a PhD in child clinical psychology from the University of Utah in 2005. After returning to Yale for a post-doctoral fellowship in neuroimaging of childhood problems, Dr. South began work at Brigham Young University where he is currently an Associate professor of Psychology and Neuroscience. He has 20 years of experience in the assessment of autism spectrum disorders and other childhood problems. When not working, Dr. South enjoys hiking in the mountains of Utah and playing soccer.
Kevin Stephenson received a B.M. in music performance from Brigham Young University in 2012. He is currently a PhD student in clinical psychology at BYU and has specialized training in neuropsychology and assessment of childhood disorders. His research interests include emotion processing in autism spectrum disorders. In his free time Kevin plays trombone for the Orchestra at Temple Square and enjoys playing racquetball.
Terisa Gabrielsen received her PhD in School Psychology from the University of Utah and recently finished post-doctoral training at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She is interested in using peer support to help children with social difficulties and in identification and treatment of autism in community settings, including pediatricians. Dr. Gabrielsen loves great restaurants and playing with her grandchildren.
Adam Garland hails from Texas but enjoys living in Utah. He is an advanced doctoral student in clinical psychology at BYU with interests in what factors make psychological therapies in children successful. He works well with children and adults who have different learning styles including autism spectrum disorders. Adam is married and has 1 son. He enjoys spending time with family, playing sports (including spike ball) and tinkering around on handyman projects.
Emily Anderberg received a B.S. in psychology from Yale University in 2013 and is currently a doctoral
student in clinical psychology at BYU. She received extensive training in autism spectrum disorders at
the Yale Child Study Center and the University of Washington Autism Center and especially enjoys
assessing toddlers and young children on the spectrum. In her spare time, Emily likes to sew, knit, and
Cam Scherbel received a B.S. in Exercise Science from Brigham Young University in 2014. With over three years of experience as office coordinator, she is committed to making the process of testing and treatment of psychological disorders a pleasant experience for everyone. Cam enjoys tennis, party-planning, traveling to new countries, and long walks with her husband and one-year-old son.