Dr. Todd Soutor, Ph.D. has been a licensed psychologist in the state of Utah since 1996. He is initially from St. Paul, Minnesota. He received his bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College in psychology in 1985. After working two years in business, he returned to graduate school and received his master degree in clinical psychology from Minnesota State University.
Todd received his Ph.D. from Utah State University, which is one of three programs in the country that is accredited in Clinical, School, and Counseling Psychology disciplines. After finishing his academic coursework, Todd completed his clinical psychology internship at Denver General Hospital where he specialized in risk assessment, de-escalation, and psychological / neuropsychological assessment.
Prior to coming to Utah, Todd received post-doctoral supervision at the University of Minnesota Medical School Department of Psychiatry. Todd has provided risk assessments and crisis intervention services for nearly twenty years in clinic, hospital, correctional, and community settings.
Todd has several years experience performing psychological evaluations, personality assessments, neuropsychological assessments, risk assessments, and forensic evaluations.
Currently, Todd is the director of intensive services at Davis Behavioral Health, in addition to being the executive director of CIT Utah. In addition, Todd is a CIT Utah Regional Coordinator who works with and instructs law enforcement officers in mental health issues; he director of mental health court for Davis County; an advisory board member of the Children's Justice Center of Davis County; and a certified trainer for the Utah State Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health for designated examiners in the State of Utah.