Skip to Content

Health & Counseling Center Staff

H&CC Staff

Eva Beatty, LCSW

Eva has been in practice as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for over twenty years in a broad array of clinical settings. Eva obtained a Master’s Degree from the University of Utah. She draws upon her experience in private practice, therapist for inpatient psychiatric unit, and works with Employee Assistance Programs. She has a special interest in the treatment of Mood Disorders i.e., Depression and Anxiety, and has significant experience with ADHD Disorder and BiPolar Disorder. Eva works with individuals, couples and GLBT clients.



Jamy Dahle, LCSW

Jamy joined the DSU Health & Counseling Staff in 2017. She graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2006 with a Master’s Degree in Social Work. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Jamy has worked in outpatient treatment settings for the past seven years in both direct practice, administration, and outreach. She worked as a Therapist and Clinical Director for the Bear River Health Department with an emphasis on substance use disorders. She has also worked in private practice providing treatment to victims of abuse and trauma. Prior to becoming a therapist she worked in the Judicial System with at-risk youth. Jamy provides individual, couples/family, and group therapy. She has received specialized training for trauma and substance abuse issues. Her therapy models are brief intervention, solution focused  and she is a certified QPR and Prime For Life Trainer, as well as certified for MRT. Jamy is excited to join DSU as she was a previously a student here herself! She and her family are looking forward to all the fun adventures Southern Utah brings.


Sheri Hansen

My name is Sheri Hansen and I have always enjoyed working in the academic environment with students , staff and faculty.  I love the beautiful weather we have here in St. George and enjoy being outside, or reading and playing games with my family indoors.  I enjoy getting to know new people and will look forward to you stopping by to visit our center!

Alexia Jeppson

Information to be added soon!


Sue has worked for over 30 years in the field of addictions and substance abuse. Involved in administration, treatment review, and direct treatment for addiction recovery in both inpatient and outpatient settings, Sue has worked on college campuses in education and prevention, completed specialized training in dual diagnosis and mood disorders, pain and stress management, and holistic health. She holds a Master’s degree in Social Sciences from Utah State University and is licensed advanced substance use disorder counselor with the State of Utah.

After ten years as a founding partner in TurningLeaf, Inc., Sue left TurningLeaf Wellness Center to continue as President of the Board of Recovery Outreach, a non-profit organization, dedicated to helping in the recovery of those with addictions. Recovery Outreach closed its doors in late 2016. Sue sometimes helps as a counselor at the Bridge Recovery Center. She is most excited to be working part-time at DSU Health and Counseling Center.  She is a certified Prime for Life Instructor and a NASPA Certified Peer Educator Facilitator. In addition to offering individual therapy at the DSU Health & Counseling Center, she oversees the DSU NASPA Certified Peer Educator program and offers Prime for Life groups.

Dylan Matsumori, Ph.D., LP

Dylan was awarded his Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Brigham Young University  He has been a professor, advisor, mentor, counselor, coordinator and psychologist at 6 different Universities throughout the United States.  He has consulted, advised, audited and trained individuals, teams and leadership groups from companies such as AT&T, Time Warner, Novell, Zions Bancorporation, and Overstock.  He has lived and worked across the United States in California, Colorado, New Mexico, New York, Texas, and Utah and internationally in Japan, Brazil and Canada.   He has focused his studies, internship, practicum and work experiences to better understand the diversity within individuals.  He enjoys his work to explore with individuals a better understand the factors that influence their perspectives and offering new approaches to their current challenges.  He is thrilled to live in Utah's Dixie (his family’s dream location) and enjoys playing, watching and coaching sports, reading a good fantasy novel or messing around with technology (e.g. video games).

Tasha McNamee

Tasha is excited to be working at DSU’s Health & Counseling Center. She enjoys serving the students of DSU both in the clinic and during outreach events. She is a certified QPR trainer and trains students, staff, and faculty to be more prepared to know how to address suicide. She loves spending time with her family, playing games, doing puzzles, reading, and traveling.




Callie Peacock, RN

Information to be added soon!

Staci Steed, MS,  APRN

Staci graduated from Frontier Nursing University in 2014, and started her career as a Family Nurse Practitioner in an urgent care setting in Nevada. After a move back home to southern Utah, she happily accepted a position at the DSU Health and Counseling Center. She strives to continually learn and grow throughout her career and life in general. Outside of the clinic, she finds joy in family time, being outdoors, and being physically active. ​






Carla Weaver, MS, APRN

Carla Weaver graduated with her Associates of Science from Snow College in 2001, her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the University of Utah in 2004 and her Masters of Science in Nursing in 2008 from the University of Utah. She worked at the University of Utah hospital from 2002 to 2013 as a registered nurse and as a nurse practitioner in the Burn Trauma ICU and Burn Outpatient Clinic. She also worked at First Med Urgent Care from 2005 to 2014. She has been working at Dixie State University Health and Counseling Center since 2014.