Your EAP Providers
K. Verline Davis, LPC
I am a Wyoming native, born and raised in the Casper area, graduating from Kelly Walsh High School and the University of Wyoming, completing my Master’s degree through NCU. In my spare time I enjoy being with my family, snow skiing, motorcycling, fishing and camping, and traveling when possible.
Jan Schaad, LCSW
Jan has worked in human services since the age of 18. She spent many years in the advocacy and direct service field with developmental disabilities. Since becoming a psychotherapist, she has provided counseling services to individuals and families, specializing in addictions, trauma, relationship patterns, and the empowerment of individuals to reach their human potential. Jan utilizes research based methodologies and body/mind therapies to assist clients in resolving past issues and creating the lives they desire.
Pamela R. Fuller, Ph.D.
Dr. Fuller received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Florida. She is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice through Frontier Psychological Associates in Evanston, Wyoming. She has worked across the continuum of care with young children through adults and her specialties include trauma treatment (e.g., for PTSD) and crisis intervention services. Dr. Fuller is a certified instructor for several suicide and crisis intervention intensive training courses through the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation and former co-leader for the Western Wyoming region of the Child Trauma Treatment Network. She has presented nationally and internationally on a variety of topics, particularly related to trauma treatment, crisis intervention, and phase-specific treatment of psychotic disorders.
Clear Creek Counseling
1001 S Douglas Hwy, Suite 110
Gillette WY 82716
Ginny and Dale Oedekoven are seasoned and experienced crisis therapist who have often worked with first responders. Ginny has practiced since 1997, and Dale since 1991. They have been trained in EMDR and other modalities.
Emily Siegel, LCSW
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, cognitivebehavioral 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.
Mary Jo Jeffres, PhD
Mary Jo Jeffres, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist providing mental health services to individuals in Wyoming. She attended the University of Wyoming and obtained her B.A. in Elementary Education in 1989 and a M.S. in Counselor Education in 1992. She was licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Wyoming in 1993 and worked at Fremont Counseling Services in Lander, WY for many years. Dr. Jeffres continued her education at the Fielding Graduate University, graduating in 2003 with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She completed her APA internship at the Adams Community Mental Health Center in Aurora, CO and post-doc with William Cook, Ph.D. in Butte, MT. She is licensed as a psychologist in Wyoming (#421) and Montana (#367) in 2005.
As a licensed psychologist, Dr. Jeffres has built upon her extensive clinical experience to provide a full range of psychological assessments and treatment modalities. She provides clinical supervision and consultation and has provided workshops to early childhood treatment providers. She is trained in EMDR and has conducted research with children using this innovative treatment. As a native of Fremont County, she demonstrates a breadth of knowledge of the cultural diversity of our community and strives to integrate this diversity into her assessment and treatment.
Victor Ashear, PhD