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 David House, Alcohol and Drug Counselor; Mark Schlutsmeyer, Licensed Clinical Psychologist; Simone King, PMHNP; and Francis Okodogbe, PMHNP. Your Harmony Health Primary Care Provider (PCP) can refer you for therapy sessions and classes.
We provide other treatment services such as:
Substance Use Support Groups
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.
David House, RADT, TTS
Alcohol and Drug Counselor
David is a Registered Alcohol and Drug Therapist, License # R1456730122, with the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals. He is also a certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist. He 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"
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"
Dr. Simone King
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Dr. Simone King graduated from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She earned a Master of Science in Behavioral Health, a PMHNP, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice from the University of San Francisco. Dr. King provides psychiatric assessment and medication management for most mental health and substance use disorders. She works with all ages, specializing in adolescents and young adults. She has experience with women’s health, trauma, and grief counseling.
Dr. King is a certified yoga teacher and yoga therapist. She is committed to incorporating breathing exercises, movement, mindfulness, and meditation into Western medical practice. She believes that a healthy lifestyle is the best medicine.
"What you do is not as important as who you are being while you are doing"
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Francis is a board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. He graduated from the University of Phoenix with bachelor’s degrees in nursing and public health (BSN/PHN) and later attended Walden University and earned a Master of Science in nursing with a specialization is psychiatric mental health. Francis has over 26 years of experience working with mental health patients. His approach to mental health is holistic and focused on trauma reduction. He particularly enjoys working with patients and meeting them where they are at various stages of their illness and wellness journey. Having a good therapeutic relationship with patients and working with them to re-enter the community or stepping down to a lower level of care are some of Francis’ specialties. He likes to spend time with his patients and give them the tools to understand their illnesses. Francis provides ongoing medication management for various diagnoses and illicit drug-related issues. He uses various forms of therapies including but not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). He treats and evaluates patients with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs), mood disorders, anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, crisis stabilization, incarceration, sleep disorders, OCD, PTSD, psychosis, relationship issues, and anger management. Francis is currently seeing patients 16 years and older.
Francis likes to spend time shopping, cooking, walking his favorite dog MAX, volunteering, supporting community events, watching movies, and spending time with family.
"Every day is a gift, take it one day at a time, develop mental and emotional toughness, do the right thing, do not buy into negativity and failure and you shall overcome and become a beacon of hope and strength for others"