Licensed in Wyoming since 2006, Dr. Clark earned her BA in Bible from Hardin-Simmons University, with a minor in Biblical Languages and emphasis in Archeology. She spent the summer following her undergraduate year in Banias, Israel on Tel Paneas, first century AD. She earned her MA and Psy D in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University. She completed a clinical externship at an under-five attachment clinic, The Children's Center, in Salt Lake City, UT. She completed her clinical internship at Primary Children's Medical Center in Salt Lake City, UT as the Chief Intern. She completed a Postdoctoral Residency in 2004 at LifeQuest Behavioral Health and was hired as the child and adolescent specialist. She began Big Horn Psychological Services in Sheridan, WY in 2008 as co-owner with her husband, Jeff. Her areas of specialization include trauma, marital and couples, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and faith-based therapies.Dr. Clark is a generalist in outpatient work and enjoys rural psychology practice with its exposure to a wide variety of ages and needs. She also does comprehensive psychological evaluations, school evaluations, and frequent trainings, and has provided consulting services for various organizations and treatment facilities. Dr. Alicia's approach seeks to understand and address deeper problems underlying symptoms and behavioral diagnoses, and she applies specific treatment plans to address those core problems while managing the more obvious symptoms at the surface. Her goal is to see her patients growing and healthy. She enjoys her family, mountain living, and loving life.
Licensed in Wyoming since 2004. He and his wife, Alicia, co-own Big Horn Psychological Services. Dr. Clark earned his B.A. degree in Economics from Willamette University, his M.A. in Modern Literature from the University of Kent at Canterbury, and his master's and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University. Dr. Clark completed his pre-doctoral internship at the University of Virginia's Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, and his postdoctoral residency at Cornerstone Behavioral Health. Dr. Clark has worked in a variety of outpatient, residential, rehabilitation, and hospital settings. He has provided clinical supervision to master's and doctoral-level mental health providers for many years, and served as the Director of Psychology Internship Training for Rehabilitation Enterprises of North Eastern Wyoming from 2005 to 2008 and the Sheridan VA Medical Center from 2009 to 2015. Dr. Clark works with children, adolescents and adults, providing individual, family, and couples therapy. He also does comprehensive psychological evaluations and has provided consulting services for various organizations and treatment facilities. Dr. Clark is a generalist who has treated a wide range of patients and clinical conditions. He seeks to understand and address the psychological issues that are often at the root of problematic symptoms, behaviors and relational patterns. Dr. Clark enjoys helping individuals, couples and families lead more meaningful and fulfilling lives. He and his family feel blessed to be part of the Sheridan community.
Victoria received her Bachelors of Social Work from the University of Wyoming and her Masters of Clinical Social Work from Walla Walla University. As a Social Worker, her practice consists of the professional application of social work values, principles, and techniques to helping people obtain tangible services, counseling and psychotherapy. She joined the Big Horn Psychological Services team in 2016 and specifically enjoys providing play therapy services with children and working with parents, but also provides services for teens and adults. Victoria has been a resident of Wyoming all of her life and has lived in Sheridan with her husband and children since 2001 She enjoys the beauty of Wyoming and the smaller community.
Layne received her Bachelors of Psychology from the University of Wyoming and her Masters of Clinical Social Work from Walla Walla University and is licensed in the state of Wyoming. She's been a resident of Sheridan County for the majority of her life and loves the area and the people. Layne uses an eclectic approach to therapy, working to find therapeutic approaches and interventions appropriate and helpful to each unique client she provides support to. This includes integrating Play Therapy practices into her work with children and youth as needed. Layne enjoys working with individuals and families of all ages.
Her bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Social Science are from Tabor College in Kansas, and her master's degree is from Fresno, California's Fresno Pacific University/ Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary. She has practiced in Canada and the United States for 2 decades, specifically at Big Horn Psychological Services since 2009. Her clients are individuals of all ages, couples and families. Her scope of practice also includes play therapy for young children, parenting, and parent/child therapy.
Kathy received her Bachelor's degree in Social Work from Texas State University and a Masters of Counseling from the University of Wyoming in 2008. She has practiced clinically in Sheridan, Wyoming for 11 years. Her scope of practice includes; ages 3 to adult, specializing in at-risk, and developmentally disabled populations.
Adrianne earned a bachelor of science degree at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, MT. Her masters degree was obtained from the University of Wyoming College of Education in Community Counseling. Adrianne has worked in an agency setting, within schools, a correctional facility, a church based counseling center, and a private practice to provide counseling services. Adrianne desires to understand the challenges at the root of what comes out in our relationships and behaviors so that clients can move into health and purpose in their lives. Adrianne resides in Buffalo, WY and enjoys the fresh air, mountains and beautiful skies along with her husband and kids.
Carrie received her Masters of Social Work from the University of Wyoming in 2017. As a Social Worker, her practice consists of the professional application of social work values, principles, and techniques to helping people obtain tangible services, counseling and psychotherapy. Carrie worked with at risk youth in a residential setting until 2021 providing individual, group and family counseling. During this time, she received training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. She joined the Big Horn Psychological Services team in 2021.Carrie was born and raised in rural Montana and moved to Sheridan in 2009. She is married with two small children. Carrie enjoys smaller towns, camping and outdoors activities with her family in her spare time.
Katie received her Bachelors degree in Psychology from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from Millersville University of Pennsylvania, and Educational Specialist degree from Eastern Washington University. She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist who works with numerous school districts in Wyoming as well as providing evaluations for Big Horn Psychological Services. Katie enjoys the variety of evaluations that she provides across the school and clinical settings with children, adolescent, and adult clients. She has been a resident of Sheridan since 2011 and, while she dreams of beach living, she enjoys raising her 4 children in a small community where they cannot get away with anything. In her free time, Katie enjoys coaching swimming, reading a good thriller novel, cooking, traveling to exotic locations, and just hanging out with her husband and children, which is truly where she is happiest.
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