Meet Our Staff

Sutton Clinical Services is committed to providing a broad range of high quality, innovative, caring, and ethical services that address psychological, educational, social, and developmental needs. We are dedicated to improving and enhancing the emotional well-being of our clients.

Don Sutton

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Don grew up at St. Joseph Orphanage in North Little Rock Arkansas. The Orphanage was closing as the Child Welfare programs were beginning and, at the age of 13, he moved to a foster home in Windthorst, Texas where he finished high school. He enlisted in the United States Air Force and received an Honorable Discharge in 1977. Don was stationed at Hill AFB during his enlistment and decided to make Ogden, Utah his home.

Don worked in law enforcement while he completed his BS Degree in 1983. He then worked for the Division of Youth Corrections at Millcreek Youth Center and for the Utah Juvenile Court as a probation officer for seven years. Don worked for Weber Human Services and completed his Masters of Social Work at UNLV.

Don has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Utah for 18 years. During this time he provided therapeutic services to adolescents, families, and children in psychiatric, residential, proctor home, and outpatient settings. He also worked for the Division of Child and Family Services as a Children Protective Services investigator for two years specializing in child sexual abuse.

Don’s life experiences were a major influence in his decision to start Sutton Clinical Services. He recognizes the need for a broad range of high quality, innovative, caring, and ethical services that address the psychological, educational, social, and developmental needs of the community and is committed to meeting those needs.

Patricia Sutton

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Patti was raised in Kaysville, Utah by her father, Carl Thomas. Her dad taught her from a very young age to be thoughtful and aware of other people’s feelings. From the time she was 12 years old she wanted to be a therapist, often joking that she was inspired by Bob Newhart’s television show in which he was a psychologist although her father’s kindness and compassion toward others lie at the root of her aspirations.

Patti started college as a psychology major but was somehow shanghaied into the science field. She got her teaching degree and taught school at the junior high and high school level in social studies and science. A change in circumstances sent her back into the science field and she worked for the United States Department of Agriculture for several years as an engineering technician and a GIS specialist. However, the drive to be a therapist remained, and she returned to school and completed her Masters of counseling degree from the University Phoenix.

Along with her husband, Don Sutton, she helped in building Sutton Clinical Services in 2007. She has enjoyed working with DCFS, DWS, and private clients and especially likes helping relieve the effects of trauma that so many people suffer from. She is EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) certified and also very skilled and knowledgeable with neurofeedback. Her biggest reward is seeing positive changes in her client’s lives and relationships.

Jennifer Calcut

PhD Certified School Psychologist, Licensed Resident Psychologist, Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Jennifer received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Master’s Degree in Special Education & Vocational Rehabilitation, and her Mild/Moderate Teacher Endorsement from Utah State University. She is recently obtained her Ph.D. in School/Clinical Psychology from Walden University. She is a Certified School Psychologist, Level II Special Education Teacher, and Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor.

Jennifer has experience implementing behavior units, providing psychological testing and interpretation, training of teachers, implementation and management of behavior plans, implementation of school wide bullying programs, teaching students with a variety of different disabilities, and is a Certified Mandt Instructor.

Jennifer has been with Sutton Clinical Services for the past 6 years and during that time has worked with many children and families in need. She currently provides individual and family counseling to a wide range of individuals struggling with mental health concerns. She also completes psychological testing and provides recommendations to schools as well as the family court systems to help in providing services to the children that best meets their needs.

Jennifer is proficient in Cognitve Behavioral Therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, applied behavior analysis, psychological testing and interpretation as well as neurofeedback.

Jennifer has a strong belief that education, understanding and passion is the key to success in any field.

Jennifer Labrum

Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Jennifer completed her Bachelors of Science in Psychology with University of Phoenix. From there she went on to complete her Masters in Mental Health at Walden University. Currently, she works with children with past trauma, abuse and neglect. She is a wife and the mother to five children. She enjoys anything that has to do with outdoors and her family.

Danna Schow


Danna Schow is licensed in the state of Utah as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN). She first went to college at San Jose State University in California where she studied a few generals but mostly went to play Volleyball for the U’s team. The birth of her second son ended college for a wee bit and began “family” in earnest. After the birth of her 6th child, she went back to school.

She received her Associates degree in Nursing from Napa Valley College where her GPA was a hard earned 4.0 and she was honored to be her class president. After graduation she moved to Utah, passed State board testing, and obtained her RN license.

Her first employment was with long term care where she still “practices” a great deal of the time. She has worked in acute care/hospital settings, acute psychiatric, home care and hospice care, long term care and youth out patient. She has experience with all aspects of life.

She went back to school several years after moving to Utah and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from the University of Phoenix. A few years later she returned to the U of U and obtained her Master’s Degree of Nursing (MSN) with a focus on Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP). She is nationally certified as an FNP through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (FNP-C) after passing one of the most grueling tests she has ever taken, and one she wishes never to have to take again. She has worked with children and families for several years and finds it an extreme joy and honor to assist in the health of our youth.

Ryan Sadeghi


My name is Ryan Sadeghi. I was born in Ogden, Utah and raised in Layton, Utah. Growing up, I enjoyed playing sports such as basketball, football, snowboarding and weight lifting. I graduated from Layton High School with high honors and also went to state on the Debate team. I was able to get a scholarship to the University of Utah and completed my Associates Degree there. Afterwards, I attended Weber State University where I received my Bachelors Degree, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Chemistry. Majoring in Psychology made me realize that I would like to do more in this field. I wanted to work closely with people, especially with individuals who’ve had difficult lives. So I attended the University of Phoenix and received my Masters of Science in Counseling and graduated with high honors. I have worked with individuals struggling with addictions to help them live a drug free lifestyle. I’ve also worked with adolescents/teens with behavioral issues and sexual addictions. I am NOJOS certified and I have received my Clinical Mental Health Counselor License in the state of Utah.

Timothy Garner


Tim’s educational background started with a small college in Idaho, now known as Brigham Young University-Idaho. As his culture and heritage are from Louisiana, he felt a call to transfer to Southeastern Louisiana University to be a Bachelor of Science in Family Consumer Science and Sociology. After graduation, his young family moved to Southern California and he graduated from the University of Phoenix as a Master of Science in Marriage, Family, and Child Therapy. Tim started his career as a marriage and family therapist working with the adult substance abuse population; working with families, couples, and individuals. Tim then moved to Utah in late 2016 and started working with adolescents with substance abuse issues, continuing to work with families. Later, Tim worked with adolescents with behavioral and sexual misconduct issues in the residential setting. Throughout this time, Tim continued to work with families of all shapes and sizes including the LDS and LGBTQ+ populations. Tim firmly believes that, “Even though an individual may come in for their own therapy, working with the family and looking at systems of the individual (school, employment, social, etc), can help the individual to recognize that they are just a piece of a larger puzzle.” Although Tim was born in Louisiana (Geaux Tigers!), he now resides in the rural area of Weber County.

Debbie Furgeson

Administrative Assistant

Debbie has a BS degree in the social sciences with a communications minor. She has a creative spirit and enjoys quilting, gardening, and writing children’s stories. She also enjoys very much working with the clients at Sutton Clinical. She has a fun sense of humor and laughs easily which very often relaxes clients and helps them feel comfortable and at home.

Jessica Crane

Administrative Assistant

I am a mother of 8 and a grandmother of 4. I am a student at the DATC working on my certification in Business Technology with my emphasis being an Administrative Assistant. I am excited to work with Sutton Clinical and the opportunity to grow. I also enjoy reading, music, and spending time with family and friends.