Dey Lynn Stebner, MS LPC NCC
Dey Lynn enjoys working in community health and is dedicated to meeting the mental health needs of the members in our community. She enjoys working with a variety of clients with both mental health and substance use issues. Dey Lynn is a Wyoming native, living in several different areas in the state; she has also lived in Montana, California, and Utah. Dey Lynn has a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and a Master’s of Science in Mental Health Counseling. Dey Lynn joined Big Horn Basin Counseling in 2015 and took on the Executive Director position in 2020.
Ralph Louis, PhD
Ralph is a Clinical Psychologist licensed by the State of Wyoming and nationally certified as a Health Service Psychologist by the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. Ralph was honorably discharged from the US Army, graduated Summa Cum Laude from Kent State University, and obtained a doctorate from the University of Wyoming. As a therapist for persons of all ages, Ralph has enjoyed seeing clients at Big Horn Basin Counseling Services for over 30 years. Ralph is also the Clinical Director and one of his great joys is the opportunity to mentor therapists who have chosen to work in community mental health. Enthusiastic about community mental health services, Ralph developed the System of Care used by BHBCS to coordinate services with agencies across the region.
Dorthy Baker, LCSW
Dorthy is a Wyoming native and graduated from the University of Wyoming as a hospital lab tech. Dorthy began providing foster care for the State of California when living there and adopted their first child, as well. The family moved to Riverton, Wyoming. Dorthy provided foster care for more than 25 children (in both California and Wyoming), and adopted four children over the years in California and Wyoming. As a natural result of adoption and fostering, Dorthy wanted to know more about child development, attachment problems, and family dysfunction patterns, so she re-enrolled at UW (Casper Campus) in the Social Work program. She earned a second bachelor’s degree in 1993 and began commuting to Denver for graduate school at the University of Denver. She graduated from the University of Denver in June, 1994 with a Master’s Degree in Social Work, with focus on Child, Youth, and Family. She relocated to Lovell in 1995 and has been providing counseling services for Big Horn Basin Counseling since then (25+ years to date). She still enjoys the challenges of family dynamics, attachment disorders, and childhood problems, but also works with persons with various personality disorders, depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. She has had clients as young as 2 years old and as old as 94. Dorthy is supportive, practical and behavior-focused to help clients make healthy changes in their daily lives.
Pamela Kennedy, LCSW
Pamela was born in Colorado and is the youngest of six children. She worked as a CNA in the Big Horn Basin for 14 years. When life’s circumstances changed, she went back to college with the prospect of working in social work. She began at Northwest College in Powell Wyoming attaining her Associates in Sociology. She then went on to the University of Wyoming to get her Bachelors in Social Science with the focus being Sociology, Psychology, and Women’s studies. She then went on to enroll in Walla Walla University- Billings MT campus. She continued commuting every week, working full time, and taking care of her four children. She graduated from WWU in 2013 with her Masters in Social Work. She then went to work for Big Horn Basin Counseling as a provisionally licensed Social Worker and gained full licensure in 2018. Pamela enjoys treating adults, children, and couples. She works in truly diverse levels of mental health and substance use disorders.
Mark Moore, Peer Support Specialist
Mark is Certified as a Peer Specialist through the Wyoming Department of Health. Mark is in long term recovery; his role here is to promote Hope through shared experience. He is a
Wyoming native raised right here in the Big Horn Basin.