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Clinical Director

Roberta Stinson, MAC, CRC, LPC, LAT, LAC, LADC

Undergraduate Education:

Bachelor of Science in Psychology; Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

Graduate Education:

Master of Science in Rehabilitation, Addiction Studies; Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

Professional Licenses:

Licensed Addiction Therapist (LAT – 359), Wyoming;

Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC – 2003), Wyoming;

Licensed Master Addiction Counselor (#1517), North Dakota;

Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (#302304), Minnesota.

Clinical Training/Certifications:

Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC); Master Addiction Counselor (MAC); MRT Facilitator

Counseling Services:

Individual and Group Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder counseling and therapy.

About Bobbi:

Throughout her more than 30 years of experience, Bobbi has followed her passion to help people with substance use disorders and mental health issues improve their lives and achieve their goals. After many years as a military spouse, Bobbi has worked in the mental health and substance use disorders field in Alabama, Illinois, Minnesota, North Dakota, Oregon, and Wyoming. She is excited to settle back in Wyoming near family for the remainder of her career. She has worked in various capacities in the field as she gained experience and additional training. She most recently held a more administrative role serving as a Clinical Supervisor and Chief Compliance Officer at a behavioral health organization in North Dakota, however, has moved back into clinical work as a Clinical Director at High Country Behavioral Health.

Bobbi is a Certified Master Addictions Counselor through NCC AP, a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor through CRCC and has been licensed in the mental health and substance use disorders field since 1998 when licensing was first implemented in the State of Wyoming. She is currently licensed in Wyoming, North Dakota, and Minnesota. She has been a registered Clinical Supervisor in ND since 2007 and MN since 2008 providing training and supervision to new counselors entering the field.

Throughout her career, Bobbi has gained training and experience in implementing a number of treatment modalities including but not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Emergency Intervention and Evaluation, Motivational Interviewing (MI), the Boys Town Model/Social Learning Theory, the Matrix Model, the 12-Step Model, and most recently received training in Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) and she became certified as a Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) Facilitator. She has provided services to clients in a variety of treatment programs and settings including Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization, Residential, and Inpatient programs. Bobbi has held Hospital Allied Health Privileges as an on-call mental health and addictions assessor in Wyoming and North Dakota.

Bobbi customizes her approach on an individual basis depending upon the needs of her client but primarily using a Cognitive Behavioral approach, but also relies heavily on Motivational Interviewing, and/or DBT when conducting both group and individual therapy. Encouraging involvement in self-help support meetings, sponsorship and construction of a healthy support system is also an aspect of her treatment approach.

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