Nate received his Bachelor's Degree from Utah Valley State College in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science with a Psychology Emphasis. He went on to receive his Master of Social Work degree from the University of Utah in 2004. Nate has over 15 years of experience working in the social services field. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and has worked with both children and families. His passion for helping the community at large grew as he recognized a need to help create more opportunities for individuals and families to reconnect and heal. His mission is to help people navigate their complex worlds in order to live a healthier, happier life. In his spare time, Nate enjoys spending time with his family which includes his wife and five children, coaching basketball, experiencing the outdoors, and is always thinking of new projects.
Greg received his Bachelor of Liberal Arts in the field of elementary education specializing in learning disabilities from West Virginia University. He went on to get a Master’s in Psychology from Marshall University Graduate College with an emphasis on child clinical play therapy and general clinical therapy. He also has a Master’s in School Psychology. Greg is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Wyoming. Greg has been the Clinical Director at Positive Progressions for two years. His focus is in working with the youth and the special needs community. He uses a combination of different therapies to create a comfortable setting such as play therapy, individual therapy, and group therapy where he encourages having different experiences that help individuals to open up. Greg also counsels adults, as well as children, who have Developmental Disabilities and Acquired Brian Injuries, ensuring they have the best case management. Greg is passionate about the importance of families and is certified to teach Love and Logic to parents of youth that may be struggling. This helps to repair relationships and encourages consistency. Greg’s other passion is working with the special needs community and coordinating with others to ensure that his clients’ emotional and mental health needs are taken into account, so they can all lead full, happy, independent, and as content of lives as possible. Greg loves his family and spends almost all of his spare time with his wife and children. Greg has been married to his gorgeous wife, Janice, for 23 years and they have adopted five wonderful children. Greg and Janice are proud grandparents and are active in their church. They enjoy learning new things and going on adventures.
Kirsten Hendershot received her Bachelor of Arts from Bucknell University. She then received her Master's of Art in Counseling from University of North Carolina-Charlotte. Kirsten is a licensed addictions therapist and a licensed professional counselor. She specializes in addiction and at risk youth and trauma, this is her passion. She has experience working with all age groups from birth to adult. She uses a variety of techniques including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. She sees each client as an individual and is motivated to build on the strengths of each person. Kirsten has been living in Wyoming for 5 years. In her spare time, she spends time with her animals and loves to hike, run, and take photographs.
With over 10 years of business management and administrative experience, Chauna keeps the business running smoothly and organized. Her high attention to detail and dedication to business ethics, makes our company one of the strongest. She oversees the day to day billing and ensures that all our clients are being treated with respect and compassion. Chauna is the mother of four terrific children. She dedicates her time to raising her family, volunteering her time and being involved closely in community sporting events.
Keri has over 8 years of experience working in the business community and in marketing. She enjoys being creative by expanding and promoting a business to reach its full potential. Her primary focus is to educate and bring awareness to our community about mental health. She is passionate about helping to create a mentally healthy community that supports recovery and social inclusion and reduces discrimination. Mental health should not be a stigma. Keri spends her spare time with her husband and family outdoors, camping, fishing, painting and hiking. They recently became foster parents and look forward to helping families reconnect.
Marsha Wilkinson has a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, Juvenile Probation with an emphasis on early childhood development from Weber State University. Marsha went on to get a Masters in Social Work from the University of Utah she graduated from both Summa Cum Laude. She is a LCSW in both Wyoming and Utah. In Utah she lobbied for 8 years promoting laws to protect children. She was on Governor’s Commission on Children and Families task force for two years, and was awarded in 1998 the child advocate of the year. Marsha was the co-director of “Network Against Child Abuse” in Utah for three years. Her focus is on child and family therapy she uses a combination of different treatment options such as Play Therapy, Filial, Thera play, Cognitive behavioral therapy(CBT), Dialectical behavior therapy(DBT), Experiential and Solution-focused. Marsha’s passion is working with families and children to maintain and repair families. She is known to say “I have the best job in the world because I get to play with kids and help them to feel better.” Marsha loves her horses, they are her therapy, she has 5 of them and has raised them from birth. She also enjoys music and she grew up singing professionally with her family. She loves her family and spending time with them, and absolutely loves being a grandma. Her favorite place to be is in Yellowstone National Park enjoying the beauty and solitude, all the while enjoying her amateur wildlife photographer status.
Hanna R. Powers, MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC, was born in Powell, Wyoming and raised in Burlington, Wyoming. She graduated from Burlington High School and attended the University of Wyoming. In 2015, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, while also serving in the Air National Guard, 2011 to 2019. Upon graduation, she worked in Wyoming and neighboring states as an RN. She has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings as a Med/Surg, ER, Mental Health, and Correctional RN. In 2019, Hanna attended graduate school at the University of Colorado, College of Nursing in Denver. She graduated with a Master of Science in Nursing with a Psychiatric – Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) specialization. She is ANCC board certified and works with individuals of all ages.
Rachel is a Powell, Wyoming native who recently graduated with her Master's of Social Work (MSW) degree from the University of Wyoming. Prior to that she attained her Bachelor's of Social Work (BSW) degree in 2016 from the University of Wyoming as well. While originally from the East Coast, she has been living in Wyoming for over 10 years. She has recently married her college sweetheart and moved back to Powell to settle down and be closer to family. Rachel has experience working with children, families, and individuals with developmental disabilities and/or acquired brain injuries. From 2016-2018 she worked at Greater Wyoming Big Brothers Big Sisters where she supported the Big/Little matches. During her MSW internship she worked at a local agency in Laramie that provided case management and direct services to clients with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries. During her BSW internship she worked for Laramie Head Start, providing case management services to families in need. In her spare time Rachel enjoys reading, writing, photography, crafting, being outside, and spending time with friends and family.
Brianna Wedeward earned her Bachelor of Social Work degree from the University of Wisconsin Green Bay in 2013, with an emphasis in child welfare. Recently, she graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Master of Social Work degree and has obtained her Provisional Clinical Social Work license. Much of her experience has involved working with children and families in direct service settings, including working with children living in group homes and in foster care. During her field practicum in the MSW program, she worked as a therapist providing mental heath and substance abuse counseling to adults of varying ages. She utilizes various therapeutic techniques, including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Solution-Focused therapy. She uses a collaborative style in helping individuals identify and work towards their goals. She believes that people can utilize their unique strengths as solutions to the challenges they face. Brianna is originally from Wisconsin, but has made Wyoming her home over the past three years. In her personal time, she enjoys running, hiking, gardening, playing guitar, and spending time with family and friends.