Shawna Chandler is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker through the State of Wyoming Mental Health Professions Licensing Board. She has provided mental health and addiction services in Wyoming for more than 15 years in a variety of settings including residential, outpatient, and correctional settings; and with a variety of clients including adults, adolescents, couples, and families. She is certified in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) and utilizes this therapy as a useful tool in treating trauma. In addition, Shawna has worked with the State of Wyoming Behavioral Health Division as a consultant through the University of Nevada-Reno to certify and train substance abuse providers across the state in relation to state requirements for substance abuse certification. Shawna has ample training in clinical supervision and is dedicated to assisting and supervising the treatment team in providing client centered holistic care.More
Jessica OBlock is a Provisional Clinical Social Worker through the State of Wyoming Mental Health Professions Licensing Board. She is an alumni of the University of Southern California where she received her Master's Degree in Social Work with a concentration in Children and Family Services. She has worked in a residential setting with adolescents struggling with severe mental illness and substance abuse histories. Jessica has also worked with adults seeking medication-assisted treatment for Opioid Dependence in a harm-reduction setting. She enjoys spending time with her husband and two pugs as well as visiting family in Utah and California.More
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