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Welcome to the Albany County Employee Assistance Program

Albany County has established an Employee Assistance Program to assist benefited County Employees and their dependents. This program provides confidential access to health professionals to assist employees with any type of emotional distress. This program provides access to a network of specially selected professionals that practice in Laramie, Cheyenne, and all over Wyoming.

       The Employee Assistance Program can help with everyday stressors and difficulties  experienced in and out of the workplace. These stressors can affect your life and have an impact on your well–being. Albany County wants to help provide resources so that County Employees and their families can quickly and conveniently get in touch with a qualified provider. These services are in complete privacy! Between February 1st and January 31st of each year, County employees and their household members will be provided up to three sessions, at no charge. If  additional services are, needed you may use your health insurance benefits and each of the providers listed will accept your insurance.  

      To contact one of the qualified providers, simply select a provider below and email or call them directly. You do not need a referral and this will remain strictly confidential.

Lou Farley, Ph.D., LPC, NCC
410 Grand Ave., Ste. 307
Laramie, WY 82070
307-742-8948
[email protected]
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Anne C. Fitzgerald
1465 N. 4th Street, Suite 113
Laramie, WY  82073-2066
307-398-7499

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Emily Siegel, LCSW
507 S 4th Street
Laramie, WY 82070
307-212-5350
[email protected]
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Jodi Bills, MS, LPC
2909 Bent Ave.
Cheyenne, WY 82001
(307) 760-9446
[email protected]

 

Chuck Skinner, MA, LPC
2909 Bent Ave.
Cheyennne, WY 82001
307-640-2182
[email protected]
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Welcome to the Albany County Employee Assistance Program

 

Albany County has established an Employee Assistance Program to assist benefited County Employees and their dependents.

This program provides confidential access to health professionals to assist employees with any type of emotional distress.

This program provides access to a network of specially selected professionals that practice in Laramie and Cheyenne. The Employee Assistance Program can help with everyday stressors and difficulties  experienced in and out of the workplace. These stressors can affect your life and have an impact on your well–being.

Albany County wants to help provide resources so that County Employees and their families can quickly and conveniently get in touch with a qualified provider. These services are in complete privacy! Between February 1st and January 31st of each year, County employees and their household members will be provided up to three sessions, at no charge. If  additional services are, needed you may use your health insurance benefits and each of the providers listed will accept your insurance.

To contact one of the qualified providers, simply select a provider below and email or call them directly. You do not need a referral and this will remain strictly confidential.

Laramie Providers: 

Lou Farley, PhD., LPC, NCC

Lou Farley, PhD., LPC, NCC

Lou Farley, Ph.D., LPC, NCC

410 Grand Ave., Ste. 307
Laramie, WY
307-742-8948
[email protected]
Learn More

Anne Fitzgerald, Ph. D.

Anne Fitzgerald, Ph. D.

1465 N. 4th Street, Suite 113
Laramie, WY  82073-2066
307-398-7499

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Emily Siegel, LCSW

Emily Siegel, LCSW

507 S 4th Street
Laramie, Wyoming, 82070
307-212-5350
[email protected]
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Emily Siegel is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Laramie, Wyoming. Her practice focuses on trauma recovery, helping people build and restore resilience and resources, as well as process traumatic memory. She has extensive experience working with uniformed first responders and their families, and is trained at the consultant level in EMDR. She also uses mindfulness practice, cognitive behavioral interventions, and is experienced with substance abuse issues.

You may hear a message that indicates her schedule is full; she will make exceptions for our EAP clients.

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