Dr. Khanh Tran graduated from Florida School of Professional Psychology with a Doctorate degree in Clinic Psychology. He is a cognitive-behavioral therapist who provides a variety of services that include psychological evaluations and individual/couples/family therapy. He has experience working with adults and children with a variety of issues that range from ADHD, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and other mental health disorders. In addition, he teaches a variety of meditative techniques with an emphasis on Mindfulness and Meditation for stress-reduction, anxiety and anger management. — in Sheridan, Wyoming.

Edward Bujans is a first generation Cuban-American. He was born and raised in New York, New York..Mr. Bujans received his undergraduate degree from Brooklyn College and his Master’s of Social Work degree from the University of Utah.He utilizes practices based in Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Play Therapy and Mindfulness. He is married and has 4 children.

Amy is a Licensed Professional Counselor.  Amy received her Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Utah State in 2007 & worked as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for 8 years,  providing counseling to individuals struggling with mental, physical, and cognitive challenges.  She counsels individuals with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, trauma, and grief and loss.   She has also worked with re-integrating individuals into the community from the criminal justice system.  She utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches including DBT, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing and EMDR.  She believes in a holistic approach -- body, mind, spirit, and emotions -- in the quest for optimal health and wellness. 

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Lisa is a licensed professional counselor and licensed addictions therapist. Lisa has worked in health care for over thirty years, beginning as a registered nurse. Her work in hospice, mental health nursing, wellness programs, and addiction fueled her passion for counseling. Lisa utilizes practices based on a humanitarian philosophy; using motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and cognitive-behavioral skills. Her aspirations are to motivate and empower others to make healthy lifestyle changes to improve their quality of life and sense of well-being.

Adelaide Wilson is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) working with adults individually, couples and families. She is also an International Certified Gambling Counselor (ICGC-I), Certified Human Capitol Coach and qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) working with those who have DOT violations. Adelaide graduated from Bethel Theological Seminary in 1999 with a Masters’ degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and offers Christian based counseling with clients who request this.She focuses on being client-centered using therapy methods that will be most useful based on client needs. In her spare time Adelaide enjoys being with her family, fur babies, grandchildren, and friends. She enjoys cooking, reading and volunteering.

A Wyoming native returns to her beloved Wyoming to practice at Inspire Psychological Center to continue her eighteen years of practice. She spent time in the Navy as a nurse at Camp Pendleton, and was a Lieutenant in the Navy.
Sandra Natwick graduated from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Edwardsville IL with a MS in Nursing, specializing as a Family Practice Nurse Practitioner. She was in the Sigma Theta Tau nursing honor society and received her certification by ANCC. She received her BSN from the University of Wyoming in Laramie, Wyoming. Sandra has done geriatric research in nursing homes to improve care, reduce hospitalization and reduce polypharmacy. She worked in critical access hospitals and ambulatory care in rural Missouri. While working in inner-city ambulatory care she taught medical students and nurse practitioner students. She will provide care for pediatrics, adults and geriatrics clients. She approaches her practice with a holistic approach utilizing traditional medicine along with complimentary medicine.

Julie Nicks-Irvine is an intern from Capella University and will graduate in September 2020 with a master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She practices from a multicultural integrative approach in cognitive-behavioral therapy with a solution-focus to empower her clients to reach their goals from a wellness modality of mental, spiritual, and physical health. Julie works to incorporate motivational interviewing skills, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and Mindfulness practice to provide emotional regulation in her clients.  She specializes in children and adolescents and is skilled in play therapy. Julie has worked with youth in Sheridan County for the past eighteen years and her passion is to guide people to see life from a vantage point that might otherwise be hidden from view. She has experience in children and adults alike who struggle with anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues.  


Kelly White is a Licensed Professional Counselor since 1998. She has been in private practice since 2009 and sees adolescents, adults, and couples. She works with people who are challenged by depression, anxiety, grief, communication problems, OCD, addictions, and trauma. She also specializes in dream analysis and facilitates emotional eating groups. Kelly believes that professional counseling provides the support, clarity, and tools a person needs to bring about change in ways that matter to the individual and that life can be lived with peace and joy despite outside circumstances. — in Sheridan, Wyoming.



Dr. Koehn recently joined Inspire Psychological Center in March of 2020.  On a personal note I became a psychologist because I enjoy helping people learn and grow.   I wrote an article which is an offshoot of a book written by Dale Evans about her son called “Is the Angel Unaware, Unaware.”  It is about my Down syndrome brother who has impacted all my family’s lives in so many positive ways.  I only hope to give back to those in need to the level that Kevin, my brother, so beautifully did for us.  

​Dr. David Koehn is a licensed psychologist in the State of Wyoming (704), Florida (PY 8782) and North Carolina (0442).  He has been certified by the National Health Register in Psychology since 1981.  He received his PhD from University of Notre Dame in 1974 focusing on experimental and clinical psychology.  He completed his pre-doctoral and post-doctoral internships at Indiana Children’s Hospital in South Bend IN. These experiences helped him to build his diagnostic and treatment skills with developmental disabilities, rehabilitation, and emotional disorders. Dr. Koehn’s dissertation focused on interaction of the motivation and attention on the learning outcomes when comparing normal and mentally impaired individuals.  Dr. David Koehn also has extensive experience providing school and industrial organizational psychology services.  He has practiced across a broad array of settings: hospital, rehabilitation centers, outpatient centers, public and private schools, commercial industry, consulting firms, university, and private practices.

Dr. Koehn uses a holistic and systems approach to therapy.   He incorporates the influence and support of family structure, school and work environment, as well as community when building a treatment plan and enabling positive behavior growth.  Stylistically, Dr. David Koehn utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), structural family therapy and Dialectic Behavioral Therapy into interventions. He also is competent in Biofeedback and mindfulness.

 Dr. Koehn psychological services expand over a 30 year period (previously licensed in NC, PA, MO, and WI) to include being a medical psychologist and Director of Wellness programs for Berwick Hospital in PA.  He has recently matriculated from Sovereign Health Group – Florida specializing in dual diagnosis and mental health, having served as acting director of facility as well as program, clinical and Site Training director. Throughout the years, Dr. Koehn developed numerous program services for children with special needs (LD, MR, G&T, and ED).  His cognitive and dialectic behavior therapy practice includes issues associated with eating disorders, marriage counseling, stress reduction, addiction, anxiety disorders, depression, obsessive compulsive disorders and anger management.  He has treated PTSD and TBI and understands the military culture.  He currently has a special interest in aging and geriatric issues.  He has performed numerous psychological tests of all kinds.  His interest is in treating people who are aging, children and adults with special needs, and military (retired and current).