Teresa Hardman, MS, LPC, CRC
Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Utah State University
Master's Degree in Rehabilitant Counseling from Utah State University
Licensed Profession Counselor – Licensed in both Wyoming and Utah
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
Individual counseling – specializing in substance abuse, disability adjustment and independence, anxiety, and treatment-resistant depression
Teresa hails originally from the Southland of California but has almost always considered Pinedale, Wyoming, her home away from home. Back as far as the 1970s, Teresa and her husband frequented the winds for their summer vacations and eventually began bringing their three daughters along for many fishing, hiking, and backpacking trips. “For the longest time, I don’t think our daughters even knew there was anyplace else to go on vacation!” So her love of the area and the people runs deep.
Teresa eventually moved to Utah to attend Utah State University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology in 1985 and a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling in 1991. Teresa has a wide array of professional experience ranging from an independent living/rehabilitation counselor working with people with disabilities to an inpatient/outpatient individual and group counselor. Teresa is a licensed professional counselor in both the state of Wyoming and the state of Utah. As mentioned she has provided counseling in a number of settings including in-patient hospitals, intensive outpatient, substance abuse, and vocational rehabilitation services. She has over 20 years of experience working with anxiety, depression, dual diagnosis, life adjustment issues, and severe mental illness. Teresa also has many years of experience working with people with all types of mental and physical disabilities and earned her certification as a rehabilitation counselor in 2018. Teresa loves spending time with her family in the outdoors -camping, fishing, and hiking. She also enjoys traveling to music festivals and concerts with her husband and their border collie, Woodrow.