Traci Blevins, LCSW, CTMH
Outpatient and Telehealth Director
Traci Blevins, LCSW, obtained her bachelor’s and master social work degrees from the University of Wyoming. Traci is an adjunct faculty member at Casper College, where she teaches up-and-coming Social Workers. Traci was a part-time therapist at Wyoming Behavioral Institute before being named Director of Outpatient and Telemedicine. She directed Casper’s Youth Crisis Center for five years, after working as a therapist and program manager at Mercer Family Resource Center. Traci has extensive experience with clinical supervision, individual, family, and group therapy, trauma-informed care and practice and is a Certified Clinical Telemental Health Provider. She will be developing WBI outpatient services in Casper and telehealth services statewide.
Danielle Bredenberg LPC
Danielle Bredenberg is a child, adolescent and adult therapist who has worked for more than 15 years in school, outpatient, and academic settings. She has provided clinical assessment and individual and family therapy, group therapy, and case management for clients in Wyoming and Oklahoma. Danielle obtained her bachelor’s degree in sociology and criminal justice with a minor in psychology at the University of South Dakota, and her master’s degree in behavioral studies at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. She spent several years as a volunteer and intern in counseling settings before launching her career. Danielle joined the staff at WBI in 2020, providing school-based therapy. She will be offering adolescent telehealth services for the Wyoming Behavioral Institute Outpatient and Telehealth Clinic.
Amanda Whisler, CSW
Amanda Whisler, CSW, obtained her bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Wyoming. She completed her certification to become a certified social worker in the state of Wyoming in 2020. She spent the last four years as a case manager for the Casper Youth Crisis Center; where she provided crisis intervention for youth and their families, helped to create programs, and foster community relationships. She has experience supervising social work students while they obtain their bachelor’s degree, providing trauma informed practice, facilitating groups, and clinical case management. Amanda accepted the position as patient navigator for Wyoming Behavioral Institute Outpatient and Telehealth Clinic in September 2021. She is eager and excited to help build and create meaningful, lasting, and intentional programs for youth and families statewide.
Rebecca Ertle, LSC, LPC, PPC
Project Aware Therapist
Rebecca Ertle obtained her BA in psychology From University of Phoenix, and her Master’s degree from Adams State University in School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Rebecca has worked in the school, academics and telehealth counseling settings for 3+ years. Rebecca works with child, adolescents and adults with trauma, depression and anxiety focusing on CBT,DBT, and REBT, using individual, and group therapy approaches. Licensed in both Colorado & Wyoming.
Sheyla Leiva, PCSW
Project Aware Therapist
Sheyla Leiva, PCSW, obtained her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Wyoming. Sheyla worked in residential care at Cathedral Home for Children before getting her Master’s Degree. Sheyla was an intern at Wyoming Equality and Peak Wellness Center before starting her career as a therapist for children and adolescents. Sheyla has experience providing in-person and virtual clinical assessments, individual and family therapy, and group therapy. Sheyla joined the staff of WBI in 2020 providing in-person school-based therapy services. Sheyla’s current position is providing school-based teletherapy services in English and Spanish as part of the Project AWARE grant with Carbon County School District N.1 and Sweetwater County School District N. 1.