Medical Director, Addictionologist
Terry Sellers is originally from Clearwater, Florida and has lived in Utah for 21 years. He received his BS and MS from BYU and his MD from St. Louis University School of Medicine.
After his own struggles with addiction, Dr. Sellers has been clean from opiates for 14 years and is now Board-Certified in Addiction Medicine. He loves helping people achieve their true potential and his favorite quote is “A ship in harbor is safe, but that’s not why ships are built” by John A. Shedd.
Those who know Doc know he is a huge sports fan, music buff, and golf fanatic…His teams include the Dallas Cowboys, Baltimore Orioles, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Celtics, and Detroit Red Wings. He’s also been to the Master’s Golf Tournament 3 times and owns 115 golf shirts.×
Clinical Director, LCMHC
Cheryl was born in California, but has lived in Utah for 14 years. She has her bachelors from BYU in Interior Design and a Master’s degree from the University of Phoenix in mental health counseling.
She has a deep passion for addiction recovery, something that hits close to home. Her youngest brother struggled most of his life and died from the disease three years ago at the age of 39.
As a mother, two of her four children have also battled addiction, one of which, is still fighting. She recognizes she can’t always influence their choices, but feels she can make a difference each day by educating others.
For her, it’s a privilege to work with these beautiful souls, see them learn to love themselves again, and create purpose and meaning in their lives. Cheryl loves to witness people rediscover who they’ve always been; reconnect with themselves, and recognize their true value.
When she’s not at Acqua, she loves being in the mountains hiking, sitting by any beach, and traveling all over the world; experiencing other cultures and people. She also adores spending time with my family and going to movies.
Earlier in life, Cheryl attended school in Israel and lived in a Kibbutz for 9 months. She also did some schooling in Hawaii.
Her grandma used to say, “make your mess your message” and that has inspired her throughout her life. She feels sharing the difficulties she’s experienced has allowed her to heal and has hopefully helped others learn.×
APRN, Nurse Practitioner
Anthony Browning, MSN, PMHNP-BC is a board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC) licensed as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) in the state of Utah. He holds Masters degrees in both counseling psychology (MS from Utah State University) and Nursing (MSN from the University of South Alabama). He has worked since 1994 in a variety of clinical and research settings.
With expertise in both counseling and advanced practice nursing, Anthony is able to engage with clients in individual psychotherapy and also prescribe psychotropic medications when necessary.
Mr. Browning has experience managing a wide variety of mental health issues in children, adolescents, and adults. He is very research-oriented and utilizes an evidence-based and collaborative approach to treatment. Areas of particular interest include: anxiety and mood disorders, substance use/addiction, eating disorders, ADHD, and psychotic disorders.
Anthony enjoys spending time in the great outdoors with his wife, he likes to cook, is an avid podcast listener, and appreciates good music/movies. He and his wife have been married for 25 years and they have 4 children.×
Program Dir., Therapist ACMHC×
Rec Therapist, TRS, CTRS×
Director of Nursing, RN×
As soon as I stepped through the doors of acqua I was welcomed into a family - I was treated with dignity and respect. It was the first time in a while I felt like I belonged, which helped me take an honest look at myself. I learned how to love myself again and for that, I am forever grateful.
The therapists at acqua took the time to facilitate sessions with me and my husband. I learned how to support him and take care of myself at the same time. When my husband first began treatment, I couldn’t have imagined reconnecting with the man I fell in love with when we first met.
Acqua kept me moving physically, spiritually, and mentally. It brought me diversity of thought and greater personal interaction. The facility is very conducive to healing. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to be a part of it. It was EXCELLENT!!! I will miss the compassion felt from staff.
AMAZING! The facility was nothing like other rehabs. The food is amazing and everything else was perfect. Acqua Recovery is like a sanctuary and the whole environment is to die for! This place totally turned my life around and I've never been happier.
The whole experience was so much more than expected. All the staff were caring and interested in my recovery. I loved the diverse curriculum. My therapists were amazing. The food, people and program were all great. I highly recommend Acqua and will always be grateful for their compassion.
Acqua is a safe, beautiful sanctuary that paid attention to my needs and went above and beyond to help me achieve my goals. Thank you for helping me get back to my normal self. I wouldn't change a thing at Acqua. I loved my time here...a lot of healing took place.
I couldn’t have imagined the accommodations being so comfortable. At acqua, it was like staying at a high end resort…best sleep I’ve had in years. The fireplace and garden tub in my room were nice touches.
Acqua is peaceful and creates a real sense of community, unity, and love. I feel a lot of hope leaving here. All the groups and activities were impactful. Acqua provided so many life changing experiences - thank you!!!
I would describe Acqua recovery to a friend as a really great treatment center in an absolutely beautiful setting. The staff is caring, the program seems to be truly set up for our benefit. Overall the rules that are in place seem to be there for recovery and what we are taught is varied and extensive.
Residential treatment at Acqua Recovery provides helpful structure, continuous community, attentive care, and professional support. It's one of the best environments to change your life from the inside out and incorporate healthy habits with relatable people.