Dr. Grant Fleming is a licensed psychologist with training and expertise that has focused on neuropsychological and psychological evaluations. He works with children, adolescents, and adults in varied assessment and testing procedures. He is a consultant with several local and state agencies. He has provided forensic consultation in the states of Wyoming, Florida, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Dr. Fleming currently serves on the Wyoming Workers Safety and Compensation Medical Commission and with Social Security Disability Determination Services as an examiner.
Abigail Nelson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Her clinical experience includes work with youth in residential treatment, individuals with developmental disabilities, family therapy, substance abuse, domestic violence, and improving relationship communication. Abigail also continues her research and publications regarding reentry functioning of previously incarcerated individuals and other social justice issues. She currently accepts, children, adolescents, adults and families.
Abigail believes the relationship between the client and the therapist is a collaborative process. She works with clients as a consultant to help the clients develop and meet goals, as well as link them with available community resources. Therapy involves both support and challenge. These processes aid the client in gaining greater awareness and increased functioning in their environments. She has specialized education and knowledge in several areas, but you are the expert on your own life. The therapist’s job is to assist the client in developing expertise towards creating their own transformation. Approaches used in the therapeutic process may include education, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, interpersonal skills development, and crisis stabilization.
Elizabeth Pollnow is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with an emphasis in early childhood mental health. Her clinical experience includes working with children of all ages, specifically children in the 0-5 age range. Experience also includes treatment and rehabilitation of youth sexual offenders, individuals with developmental disabilities, trauma, family conflict, building healthy communication and parent child interaction therapy. Elizabeth continues to research the effects of trauma in children as well as the importance of mental health interventions in early childhood. She currently accepts, children, adolescents, families and adults.
Elizabeth values the importance of healthy family functioning. She believes that integrating the family into the therapeutic process is imperative to success, especially in early childhood. She believes therapy with children is much more valuable when the experience is shared between the therapist, the identified client and the caregiver. Accepting and adapting to change, processing emotions and experiences in a healthy and helpful manner and growing to become more cognizant of yourself as a person are all essential for a successful therapeutic process. Elizabeth strongly believes that individuals can make a change, when they are ready to be that agent of change and the therapeutic process is here to assist in that process. Modalities used through therapy can include cognitive behavioral therapy, psycho educational components, trauma focused, strengths based therapy, insight focused, play therapy and parent child interaction therapy.
Carly Lee is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Her clinical experience includes working with individuals of all ages, couples, families and children. Experience also includes relationship enhancement, trauma, family conflict, working with diversity and grief and loss. Carly continues to study the effects of trauma and conflict on families as well as the importance of mental health intervention. She is currently accepting, families, couples and individuals.
Carly values the importance of family systems and strengths. She believes that everyone exists within a larger system, that system being a family, environment or society. She also believes that it is crucial to recognize these influences when making changes in one’s life. Acknowledging individual differences and strengths, processing emotions in an effective manner, and building insight are essential for a successful therapeutic experience. Carly strongly believes that creating change is a collaborative process where the client and therapist work in support of each other. Therapeutic approaches used can include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical Behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, trauma focused, EMDR and grief and loss therapy.
Mary Beth Thompson is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Her clinical experience is in providing person-centered and trauma-informed care for children, adolescents, families, couples and individuals. She endeavors to help clients heal and develop more effective and adaptive behavior for a more fulfilling life. Clients do this by learning and using positive, effective coping skills and by developing the motivation to be their best self and to reach their greatest potential. Mary Beth believes people who are dealing with life challenges can be at difference stages of readiness and change. Clients will be met where they are at and helped to move forward at their ideal pace. She focuses on a systems approach, acknowledging the interconnections and influence of family, friends, community, etc. in your life.
Mary Beth helps clients with stress and anxiety, depression, anger management, effective communication skills, life changes and transitions, grief and loss, motivation, increasing self-esteem and self-confidence, emotion regulation, LGBTQ issues, dealing with family conflict, relationship-building for premarital and couples therapy, and rebuilding after a breakup. Therapeutic approaches may include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, Internal Family Systems, motivational interviewing, filial play therapy, narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy, structural family therapy, and emotionally focused therapy. Currently accepting children, adolescents, families, couples, and adults.