Brian Virgin is the Program Director of At The Crossroads. As a founder and co-owner of At The Crossroads, Brian has been with the program since its inception in 2005. While working at an adolescent residential treatment center, he and Michael Alger noticed the dearth of supporting programs for the young adult population. Together, they created At The Crossroads to fill that need and help bridge the gap for families.
Mike Hench, LMFT, MBA
Mike received a BS degree in Family and Human Development from Brigham Young University, an MS degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Kentucky and an MBA degree from Arizona State University. Mike is a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of Utah. Since 2002 Mike has dedicated his entire career to working with at risk adolescents and young adults with dual diagnosis related issues.
Director of Operations
Misti grew up in Morgan, Utah on the family farm and graduated from Morgan High School, she earned her Bachelor degree from Brigham Young University in Human Biology. She recently resigned as the Foundation Director of Building Utah Youth a non-profit that designs and promotes teen leadership/personal growth training. She enjoyed working with teens and watching them find their inner strength and potential.
Ryan Forbes, CMHC
Ryan A. Forbes graduated from Southern Utah University with a B.S. in Psychology and Business Administration. He completed his current education level in 2008 with a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling. Forbes has worked in public mental health for the past 19 years.
Dallas received a Bachelor of Science in sociology from the University of Utah, and is currently halfway through getting his master's in social work. Dallas has worked in mental health services for over four years, working at residential treatment centers, and with young children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Jake Robert, APRN
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Jake is a psychiatric nurse practitioner who graduated from the University of Utah. Prior to having his private practice, he worked in the behavioral medicine unit at Dixie Regional Medical Center, and for a short while at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake.