Kipp Dana LPC. Executive Director
Kipp L. Dana, M.A., LCPC, LAT Brigham Young University: Bachelor of Science, Psychology, University of Phoenix Master of Arts, Educational Counseling
Kipp is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming. He has worked in the substance abuse and mental health field since 1989 and as a licensed therapist since 1996. His professional experience spans several service sectors including: secondary and higher education, community mental health, residential treatment, youth corrections, and substance abuse prevention and treatment.
Stacey Pearson PMHNP She helps with medical management for Evanston.
Sara Burnside PCSW (Afton & Thayne) She has 15 years combined experience working in child abuse and sexual assault. She is certified child forensic interviewer, trained in the protocol of the National Children’s Advocacy Center as well as the protocol of the National Association of Certified Child Forensic Interviewers. She holds dual Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Psychology. She earned her Master’s in Clinical Social Work from New Mexico Highlands University. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, watching movies, going for walks, and exploring her new home. She is a native New Mexican and a recent transplant to Star Valley.
D’Andrea M. Chichester (Evanston) Associates in Criminal Justice from Colorado Technical University, Currently perusing Bachelors of Criminal Justice at Colorado Technical University. She has 8 years experience facilitating different types of social skills groups as well as MRT. She has been MRT Certified since January 2015. She loves anything to do with the outdoors and spending time with family and friends
Stephen B. Cook Ph. D., Licensed Psychologist (Clinical Director for Evanston) He has 25 years of experience specializing in Clinical Psychology.
Dana McGuire, PPC (Pinedale) Dana graduated from the University of Wyoming with her bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She recently completed her master’s degree from Adams State University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. While originally from Colorado, Dana has lived in Sublette County for 7 years and worked in a variety of community settings including doing outreach for Big Brothers Big Sisters and working with children with special needs at both Sublette County School District #1 and Children’s Learning Center. Dana has worked for HCBH since October 2017 and specializes in working with children, couples, anxiety, and stage of life issues.
Jennifer Gogol LPC (Afton) Jenni has a M.S. in Community Mental Health Counseling and 6 years of experience. She specializes in Anxiety, depression, chronic pain, eating disorders, personal growth, grief and loss, anger, and stress management. In her free time she loves to travel, be with her family, play with in the outdoors, cook, and laugh.
Sarah Hixson LCSW Clinical Director of Pinedale and Marbleton) Sarah has 23.5 years of experience in the mental health field. She works well with anxiety, depression, trauma, family preservation, and substance abuse. She specializes with adults, adolescents, Gay-Lesbian-Bisexual-transgender-questioning. Sarah also works in Client Advocacy and social services. In her free time she loves to cross country ski and introduce others to skiing. She loves to explore the outdoors including camping and hiking. She likes to spend time with relatives, especially her 91 year old mother but also enjoys meeting new people of all ages. She likes to travel and she love animals.
Tiffany L. Hogue PPC (Evanston) Tiffany graduated from Weber State University in 2010 with her B.A. in Child and Family Studies. She went on to graduate from Utah State University with a Master’s of Rehabilitation Counseling in 2012. She has worked as the Youth Alternative Home Association Program Director until March 2016. She started at HCBH as a PPC March 2016. She really enjoys working with adolescents. Tiffany enjoys being outdoors and spending all of the time she can with her family. She also really enjoys yoga, reiki and painting.
Dinah James M. Ed, LPC (Mountain View & Kemmerer) Dinah has 11 years of experience as a counselor. She specializes in CBT, psychodynamic, DBT. She has extensive experience in Recovery from Addiction and as a Substance Abuse Evaluator. Dinah enjoys quilting, taking walks and hiking, watching TV and movies, and listening to audio books.
Maureen Lyons MSW/ LCSW (Evanston, Mountain View & Kemmerer) She has 11 years of experience. She specializes in DBT, Early Childhood, and Trauma Focused CBT. Her interests include horses, Grandchildren and the outdoors.
Elizabeth K. Miller (Clinical Director for Afton) She has her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Northern Colorado University, Greeley, CO. She has her Master’s of Arts in Counseling from Colorado Christian University, Lakewood, CO. She has been Practicing since September of 2009 and licensed since 2010. Professionally she enjoys working with teen-agers, families, and women. In her free time she Enjoy sewing, reading and spending time with her family.
Jaimi Scott LPC (Afton & Thayne) Jaimi enjoys Child-Centered Play Therapy, DBT therapy, and Family Systems. In her free time she enjoys traveling and exploring new places, spending time with family in the outdoors, camping and enjoying nature.
Kristle Westover LCSW (Afton) Kristle has 17 years of mental health and substance abuse counseling. She is Intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy for mental health disorders, substance abuse, and drug court. She enjoys playing with kids, playing games/socializing, and being outdoors.
Mejia Williams MSW, LCSW (Evanston & Mountain View) She has worked in community mental health for 8 years including 3 as a therapist. She enjoys working with SMI and SA. She grew up in the Bridger Valley and is excited to be back to spend time with family and joy the Uinta’s.
Maike Tan, LCSW (Pinedale) Maike Tan is originally from Washington state where she attained her BA in psychology and Masters in Social Work. She has been a practicing clinician since 2000 and she has lived in Wyoming since 2006 where she raised one daughter. She enjoys the outdoors, equine sports, skiing and hiking. Maike also has a service dog who accompanies her at work on occasion.
She enjoys working with various clients who may be dealing with mental health or substance abuse issues, life changes or transitions, past traumas or current crisis. She has significant experience working with eating disorders /disordered eating, depression and grief. She also works with seniors in our community.