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Free counseling services offered by University of Wyoming WellSpring Counseling Clinic

WellSpring Counseling Clinic

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Fall 2020 Announcements

UW WellSpring Counseling has made a few changes to ensure the health and safety of our clients, counselors and staff.

  • The clinic will only be able to offer counseling and consultation services via a secure video tele-health platform until further notice.
  • We will not be able to offer play therapy at this time due to our inability to work face-to-face with clients. We are offering telemental health assessments to children ten and older and will offer on-going services based on the fit for each individual child.Uwyo WellSpring Counseling offers Free Counseling Services

Free Counseling

WellSpring Counseling offers FREE and confidential counseling services for individuals, couples, families, adults, adolescents, and children. Our services are offered to UW students as well as to the Laramie community. Evening hours are available to ensure our services fit into your schedule. The clinic is located in the bottom floor, NE corner of the Education building. If you are currently experiencing an emergency, please dial 911.

Counseling services are provided by advanced graduate students under qualified clinical supervision in a modern, professional clinic. Using the latest in digital clinical technology and a team approach that makes use of live supervision, we are able to provide both high quality clinical services to our clients, and excellent clinical training for our students.

We provide counseling for:

  • Depression & Anxiety
  • Stress Related to School or Work
  • Mental Health, Happiness & Wellness
  • Sexuality & Identity Concerns
  • Family & Couple Relationship Issues
  • Substance Abuse & Other Addictions
  • Family & Couple Relationship Issues
  • Adapting to Life Transitions
  • Death, Loss, & Grief Concerns
  • Abuse & Domestic Violence Concerns

*Substance abuse evaluations (ASI) are not available during the Fall 2020 semester. Please watch for updates, we plan to resume this service in the coming months.

 


two people get counseled by a University of Wyoming counseling master's student
A UWyo Counseling student during a play therapy session

Request Tele-health Counseling

To request counseling services, fill out a request for services form. After you complete the form, a Clinic Coordinator will call you for a consultation to ensure we can meet your needs, to match you with a counselor and set up an appointment. If our services don’t meet your needs, we can suggest several providers who may be able to help you.

Have questions or need help accessing the form? Call the clinic: 307-766-5649.

* Please note: completing the Request for Services form does not make you a client of WellSpring Counseling. You are not eligible to receive services from WellSpring Counseling until you have visited with a Clinic Coordinator and have been matched with a counselor.

** Parents/guardians, please indicate your child’s name in your request for service form.

 


Clinic Events

UW WellSpring Clinic Coordinators will host 30 minute virtual info sessions to discuss tele-health delivery and the counseling services currently available through our clinic. Registration is free and open to campus and community members interested in learning more about our clinic! Click date below to register.

 


Meet our Clinic Coordinators

Kody RoperKody Roper, M.Ed., LPC (CO & WY), NCC

 Kody has a master’s degree in counseling from Colorado State University and is a doctoral candidate in the Counselor Education and Supervision program at the University of Wyoming. Previously he worked as a Therapist and Interim Clinical Director at a clinic specializing in support for survivors of interpersonal violence. Kody has been working as a counselor since 2014 and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in good standing the states of Wyoming & Colorado. Kody maintains a small private practice that services clients in both Colorado and Wyoming.

 

 

Ty Tedmon-Jones

Ty Tedmon-Jones, MA, LPC (WY & CO), LCAT (NY), BC-DMT

Ty received his master’s degree from Antioch University New England in Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling Psychology, and is currently a doctoral student in the Counselor Education and Supervision program at the University of Wyoming. Ty has diverse experience in clinical areas ranging from Early Childhood Mental Health to Inpatient Psychiatric Rehabilitation and has 18 years of clinical training and experience in the field. Ty is licensed as a Professional Counselor in the states of Wyoming & Colorado, a licensed Creative Arts Therapist in the state of NY, and is a Board-Certified Dance/Movement Therapist.

 

What do Clinic Coordinators do?

Clinic Coordinators manage the day-to-day administrative functioning of UW Wellspring Counseling. They review and visit with all people who request services from our clinic to ensure that our services are an appropriate fit with the goals and needs of potential clients, and then match people with counselors and set up the initial appointment. They also provide important outreach services to both the UW and Laramie community and help make sure that WellSpring Counseling is a good community partner with other providers.

 


Contact Us

School of Counseling, Leadership, Advocacy, and Design

1000 E. University Ave. Dept. 3374

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-5649

1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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