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Behavioral Health

Harmony Health provides Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) services. This is the practice of high-quality coordinated care, where we function as a Care Team to serve our patients. IBH allows our medical and behavioral health providers to engage in brief, solution-oriented care.  Our IBH team includes Rachael Harvey, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; Emerita Banuelos, Licensed Clinical Social Worker; Susan Bruno, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; David House, Alcohol and Drug Counselor; and Mark Schlutsmeyer, Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Your Harmony Health Primary Care Provider (PCP) can refer you for therapy sessions and classes.

We provide other treatment services such as:

  • Biofeedback

  • Substance Use Support Groups

  • Anger Management

  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) program

  • Case Management Support

    For more information on the individual programs we offer, use the menu buttons above to select the page you wish to view.

Rachael Harvey
Rachael Harvey
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist 113127

Rachael Harvey attended the University of Maryland Asian Division in Okinawa, Japan to earn her B.A. in English and Asian Studies. She later attended Brandman University in Roseville to earn her M.A. in Psychology (in Marriage Family Therapy). She is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and is registered with the California Consortium of Addiction Program & Professionals (CCAPP). Rachael has had over three years of working with Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) clientele. She was in the Marine Corps and understands military culture. She is bilingual in English/Japanese.  Rachael specializes in helping clients with anxiety, depression, and acute trauma. She has worked with clients of all ages using Cognitive Behavioral, Solution-focused, and Mindfulness approaches in therapy. Rachael has experience in facilitating many types of groups including in Anger Management and Recovery Skills. She has experience using neurofeedback with her clients as well.


During her time off, she enjoys tending to her ranch animals, doing things with her family, watching her husband race dirt bikes, reading, working out, and swimming.

“I want to help people feel accepted, validated, and appreciated.”


Emerita Banuelos
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Emerita Banuelos attended the University of California, Davis and earned a B.A. in Political Science/Public Service. She later attended California State University, Sacramento and earned a Master’s in Social Work. Emerita is bilingual in  Spanish/English and she works with all populations from 13 years old to seniors. She specializes in treating patients who suffer from depression, anxiety, panic attacks, anger issues, sexual abuse trauma, and grief. 


She enjoys spending time with family, exercising, reading, and watching a good movie with her husband. She has always had a passion for helping others as evidenced by her many years in public service work. 

 "When you do the right thing, the right things happen"


David House
David House, RADT

Alcohol and Drug Counselor

David ​is a Registered Alcohol and Drug Therapist, License # R1456730122, with the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals. He also has worked at a Residential Drug Program for 3 years. As a hometown favorite, David completed the Substance Abuse Certification course through Yuba College. As a man who went down the wrong paths for many years, David strongly believes in second chances. 


​"Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny"


Susan Bruno

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Susan enjoys spending time with family, going boating on Lake Oroville, walking her dogs and riding horses. She loves animals and people. She has been working in the field of counseling psychology in community mental health outpatient settings for 25 years and spent 3 years working at several jail sites.  She loves helping people feel better, listening to their perspectives and helping them make positive changes in their lives. 

"I believe in providing unconditional positive regard and warm acceptance to everyone."


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Mark Schlutsmeyer

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Mark received a B.A. in Psychology at UC Santa Cruz, and both an M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Miami University. He has been working in community mental health settings for 20 years. He uses cognitive behavioral and mindfulness-based approaches to help adults who are struggling with depression, anxiety, mood swings, trauma responses, relationship problems, stress, anger, shame, substance use, and many other life issues. In his free time, Mark loves to spend time with family, play guitar, work on home projects, and learn new things. 

"Each moment is an opportunity to either resist emotional pain and keep it in circulation, or to accept and transform that pain into a life of purpose and meaning."


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