Psychological Services

Behavioral Health Services
(307-688-5000)
501 S. Burma Avenue, Gillette, WY 82716
*Accepts Medicaid 

William Heineke, Ed.D, Ph.D, LPC, LMFT, Psychologist
*Psychological assessment: birth to elderly, mental health treatment: toddler to elderly, sexual issues, forensic examination, supervision/consultation.


Abintra Pyschological Associates, LLC
(307-684-5828)
175 Pine Street, Buffalo, WY 82834
*Accepts Medicaid

Terry Faulkner, Ph.D., MS, Clinical Psychologist
Psychotherapy for adolescents, adults, and older adults, play therapy for children, parent/child interventions, couples therapy, family therapy, caregiver education and support. Psychological assessments to include: intellectual/cognitive functioning, emotional/personality functioning, waiver eligibility, administrative and forensic evaluations, and rehabilitation, worker’s compensation.


James Wyssmann, Ph. D
(307-752-0677)
601 S. Gillette Ave, Gillette, WY 82716
*Comes to Gillette 2x a month and sees clients at Pat Nesbit’s office. Accepts Medicaid 


Kenneth Bell, Ph.D
(307-577-3050)
940 East 3rd St., Casper, WY 82601


Meadowlark Counseling
(686-0808)
201 W. Lakeway Rd. Ste. 511, Gillette, WY 82718
*Accepts Medicaid 

Barb St. Clair, Psy.D
*Individual counseling, couples counseling, group, psychological evaluations, disability evaluations, bariatric and pain evaluations, neuropsychological and forensic evaluations, return to work evaluations, EAP services, and brain training.


Psychological Associates of the Black Hills, LLC
(605-348-6500)
1818 W. Fulton St. Ste. 201, Rapid City, SD 57702

Trisha Miller, Ph.D
Emphasis is on children ages 12 and under. Provides individual therapy, family therapy, and psychological testing services.

Mark Perrenoud, Ph.D
Emphasis is children and adolescent issues and behavioral problems. Counseling and Psychological services provided for the following areas: adjustment problems, learning problems, anxiety, parent training, abuse & trauma, behavioral problems, ADHD, mood disorders, vocational planning, and juvenile legal problems.

Lynette R. Quast, Ph.D.
Dr. Quast maintains a generalist practice, working with adolescents and adults in individual psychotherapy as well as joint/couples sessions. She largely works with individuals struggling with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, relationship/interpersonal problems and longer-term personality issues. She also has a specialty focus in eating disorders/body image disturbances in adolescents and adults. She additionally conducts psychological evaluations for individuals interested in bariatric/gastric by-pass surgery.

Margaret D. Kelsey, Ph.D.
Peg’s main focus in her work is to help people realize new possibilities by moving forward from issues of abuse, dissociation, anxiety and depression. In the past few years, Peg has received training as a HeartMath 1:1 provider and an Ontological Coach. Both of these modalities fit well with her philosophy of helping people to get unstuck, stand in their own power and move forward. Working with couples and other relationship problems is another area of interest for her. This includes working with intrapsychic issues of depression and self esteem in addition to the dynamics of the relationships.

Jennifer J. Kozel, Ph.D.
Dr. Kozel enjoys doing psychotherapy with adults, adolescents, and children. She specializes in depression, anxiety, attention deficits, and interpersonal problems. In addition, Dr. Kozel administers psychological evaluations, specializing in evaluations of personality, emotional functioning, learning, memory, and attention/impulsivity.


Summit Psychological Services, LLC
(307-684-9360)

182 N. Main St., Buffalo, WY 82834 & 400 S. Kendrick Ave., Ste. 100, Gillette, WY 82716
*Accepts Medicaid 

Timothy Blaney, Psy. D, LP