Robin Whitmore, PCSW
Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Science, Oregon State University
Master of Science in Science Education, Oregon State University
Master of Science in Social Work, University of Wyoming
Provisional Licensed Clinical Social Worker, State of Wyoming Licensing Board
High Fidelity Wraparound Coach and Facilitator, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Behavior Chain Analysis (BCA), CPR and First Aid
Individual Therapy - Child and Adult, Family Counseling, Mental Health and Addiction Counseling
Robin Whitmore has lived, worked, and raised a family in Wyoming for the past 14 years. She started her adult life in the fisheries and wildlife field, became a science and math teacher, and then finally settled in the social work field.
Robin graduated from Orgon State University twice; once with her bachelor’s degree in wildlife science and the second time with a master’s degree in science education . She then went on to achieve a master’s degree in social work through the University of Wyoming, after being a case manager for ten years supporting families with high-risk children.
Robin loves working with people of all ages and focuses on helping people facilitate change in their lives. Robin worked for Bridges Habilitation Services as a case manager and program director for 10 years. She received an opioid grant while in the social work program and realized she enjoys supporting people struggling with addiction. Robin does everything she can to connect people to the resources they need and help them find a path to meet their goals.