Our Leadership


DrBaylesCody Bayles, PhD

Director of General Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services

Cody is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Arizona. He was born and raised in Flagstaff. As an alumni of Mt. Elden Middle School and Sinagua High School, he earned his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Biola University in Southern California. Following a stint of serving spaghetti and sitting in traffic, he returned to the world’s first dark sky city. Having enrolled in NAU’s Community Counseling program, he sought experience in the field of community mental health and was brought into the Guidance Center as a Behavioral Health Technician in early 2009. Additionally, he has worked as a Substance Abuse counselor, Psychology Intern, and Clinical Manager prior to being selected as Director of Adult GMHSA services in 2016. While working at TGC, Cody successfully defended his dissertation in March 2015 and earned his PhD the following semester. His interests in the field lie in the theory and practice of psychotherapy for mental health and substance use disorders, psychological evaluation, clinical supervision and clinical outcomes research. Outside of the field of psychology and work, Cody can be found spending time with his wife and twin daughters, running in large circles, or drinking coffee and giving gum to his colleagues.

DrDonohueKelly Donohue, PhD

Director of SMI Services

Dr. Donohue is a graduate from Northern Arizona University with a doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology. Prior to graduating from NAU Dr. Donohue received a Masters degree in Special Education from  Chaminade University of Oahu and taught special education for children with emotional disabilities. This experience led Dr. Donohue to the field of Psychology. Dr. Donohue has a wide range of clinical experience including completion of Psychological assessments, individual psychotherapy for adults and children, and couples counseling. Dr. Donohue is an experienced researcher with focuses on counselor self-efficacy and the benefits of sleep on memory and emotional wellbeing.