Meadowlark Counseling also specializes in services designed to help clients function more effectively in their own environments.  We offer emotional support for individuals, couples and families of all ages and backgrounds, LGBT welcome.  We also provide  cognitive rehabilitation services to both individuals and their families. 

Individual Counseling - Meadowlark Counseling offers individual sessions for adolescents age 16+ and adults. We help with a range of mental health concerns such as depression, bipolar, anxiety, psychosis, grief and loss, trauma, attention deficit, and personality disorders.

Our Services

Couples  & Family Counseling - Maintaining healthy relationships is not easy. Relationships require time, attention, and energy to keep them vibrant and alive. Whether you are in a new, mature, or troubled relationship, we can offer skills that can help heal or strengthen the relationship.  We can help strengthen the family unit by offering solutions to break down communication barriers. We give blended families, divorcing families and families dealing with trauma tools to go through these transitions easier. We provide family intervention services as well as group counseling sessions. 

DUI Classes

  • Starting October 10th, 11th and 12th of 2023.
  • Each night classes will start at 6pm here at Meadowlark Counseling.
  • These are level 0.5 educational classes

​​We specialize in a variety of psychological conditions including:


Bipolar Disorders

Anxiety Disorders

Personality Disorders


Attention Deficit

Contact Us:  (307) 686-0808

Telehealth Appointments Available

Monday - Thurs: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Evaluations - Psychologists are able to provide a variety of assessments that integrate objective testing with clinical impressions to help guide treatment plans and help with differential diagnoses. Specifically, Meadowlark Counseling can provide the following evaluations;

  • Psychological Evaluations - Treatment teams, social workers, probation or judicial entities, parents, and therapists may request an evaluation to help with differential or dual diagnoses and possible interventions. These evaluations may include subjective and objective measures of personality, intelligence, and/or memory ability.
  • Disability Evaluations - As part of a disability determination, social security requires a psychological evaluation as part of the process. These are scheduled through their department. 
  • Bariatric or Pain Evaluations - Often doctors that perform surgical procedures request a psychological evaluation prior to scheduling surgery. These evals require an interpretive report which includes information obtained through a clinical interview, an objective psychological battery, and basic intelligence tests. 
  • Return to Work Evaluations - After being gone from the job for a period of time as a result of psychological concerns, an evaluation can offer both you and your employer guidance as to when you can anticipate getting back to work.
  • Neuropsychological Evaluations - Individuals, caregivers, and families often feel overwhelmed and lost when trying to understand the lasting results of an acquired brain injury, stroke, or recently diagnosed dementia. Where functional imaging can help present a picture of the damage to the brain, a neuropsychological evaluation can provide a picture of how that damage impacts everyday living. It can serve as a road map for the level of care planning and goal setting. 
  • Anger Management Evaluations_-   Individuals being referred by the court system, family services, or other entities receive individualized evaluations, recommendations, and anger management sessions. The evaluations and sessions are done on a one on one basis with a provider, and a certificate is issued upon completion of all sessions. Anger Management Classes are tailored to fit the need of the individual and the number of sessions is based on the individual clients' needs. 
  • DBT-Dialectical Behavior Therapy​Dialectical behavior therapy is an evidence-based psychotherapy that began with efforts to treat borderline personality disorder. There is evidence that DBT can be useful in treating mood disorders, suicidal ideation, and change in behavioral patterns such as self-harm, and substance abuse.