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New staff members for chil- drens' programs have recently joined the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center, Mrs. Je- anne Ferbert and Mrs. Janet We- del as behavior and family ther- apists, Milton C. Willis as a par- ent and teacher effectiveness trainer and Dennis C. Frisbie as child psychiatrist. Although there have been many programs and services for chil- dren, schools and families since the beginning of Northern's serv- ices in 1967, about two years ago the board and staff began to look for ways to provide additional staff to build upon and add to these programs. Through the fall of 1972 and winter of 1973, some of the new programs were start- ed and additional staff gradual- ly recruited. Two behavior and family ther- apists have been working part time in their respective areas. Jeanne Ferbert, who lives in Buf- falo, works primarily in the west- ern part of the region, while aJn- et Wedel, who lives in Upton, has been working in the eastern part. child and family problems, and community mental health. His community mental health experi- ence includes consultation and staff development programs, with family counseling agencies, social service agencies, juvenile court counselors and school systems. The latter has especially focused on classroom consultation, parent- teacher-child interactions and staff development around the un- derstanding of the child. Sept. 17 Helen Hahn Albert and Hazel Turnquist helped the Harold Burches load sheep on Tuesday. The Turn- quists were Moorcroft shoppers on Wednesday. Hazel Turnquist called on Juanita McKean Fri- day. Elmo and Betty Wesley attend- ed the sheep sale in Belle Four- che on Tuesday. Wednesday af- ternoon they went to Gillette af- ter repairs. Elmo kept a dental on business. Sunday the 16th Donna Heald hosted a bridal shower for Den- ise Gleason Bradford. Those at- tending were Vera Brown, Bar- bara tteald, Arlene and Krista }tauber, Inez Fowlkes, Mildred Romango, Mable and Jody Snider, Ruth Boardman, Dorothy Burch, Irene Johnson, Sally Davis, Ma- ble, Sandra and Donnie Jossens, Gall and Wendy Gleason. Many others, unable to attend, sent gifts. Harold Butch, Paul Roman- go and Tex Johnson visited with Chuck Heald that afternoon. Mable Fowler was a Monday forenoon caller of Betty Wesley. Monday evening Ione Hauber and Mable Fowler attended lodge in Hulett. Tuesday morning Mable took Paula to Butt and Anna Raudseps and she accompanied them to Thermopolis. John helped Bob Wenande Tuesday. Mable spent Wednesday visiting with Hazel Hauber. John and Max Ev- ans wen~ to Raudseps after Paula Wednesday evemng. Harold Burch and Max Evans called on John Thursday. John went to Hul- ett and Gillette on business Fri- day. Paula went to Gillette Sat- urday morning. Saturday after- noon Stan Tordovitch, Gillette, called at the Fowlers. Ralph Cop- ple and John and Paula Fowler were Sunday dinner guest's of Janet holds a bachelor of arts appointment in Spearfish Thurs- Mable Fowler. degree in psychology from the day, Bill, Toni and Jason Wes- University of Kansas. She has ley came out Saturday evening Opal and Peg Allen visited spen~ two years in the Philip- from Newcastle to spend the Grace Reynolds Monday after- pines with the Peace Corps, in- weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Georgenoon. Dayton and Peg attended structing elementary teachers in Bultena, Newcastle came out Sun- the sheep sale in Belle Fourche improved teaching techniques, day morning to go sage chicken Tuesday. Opal Allen and Juel Hahn were Friday supper guests Locally, she has worked as a hunting. substitute teacher. Since joining Max and Charlotte Evans wentof the Dayton Aliens. Emmett the Mental Health Center, she to Belie Fourche Tuesday. Char- Brislawn and Raymond Shepherd has received special training in lotte and Kevin went to Sundance were Saturday callers at the AI- behavior modification and child on Wednesday where Kevin kept lens. Dayton and Peg were din- management, a dental appointment. They were Jeanne has both a bachelor of science in psychology and a nurs- ing degree. She has had special training and experience with emo- tionally disturbed children. Je- anne has skills in various types of therapy including play therapy and behavior modification. This summer she has directed a spec- ial program for children in Buf- falo. Milton Willis holds a masters degree in social work. His train- lng and experience includeg work at the Sedgwick County Mental Health Center, Kansas, consulta- tion to schools, juvenile rehabili- tation programs, residential treat- dinner guests of Mrs. Marion Wells in Sundance. That after- noon they went on to Belle Four- che and did some shopping. Char- lotte, Denise and Dana Evans attended the Junior High football game in Sundance on Thursday. Max Evans was a Sundance bus- iness caller on Friday. Dorothy. Meisel andGrace Rey- nolds went to Gillette on business Tuesday. Wednesday they went to Sundance and on their way home visited with Alberta Reyn- olds. Taghd and Mina UiBreaslain both had birthdays last week. Nell UiBreaslain made a business trip ner guests and afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hatfield. The occasion was Mrs. Hatfield's birthday. Raymond and Jeanne Shepherd were last Sunday visitors at the Dayton Allens. John Fowler and Russell Garst were Monday din- ner guests of the Raymond Shep- herds. Rick Moorebeck and Charles Smith were Tuesday din- ner guests and Frank and Dennis Brislawn were afternoon callers. Ezra and Dorothy Terry were Wednesday visitors of the Shep- herds. Emmett Brislawn was a Saturday caller at the Shepherds. Juel, Jim and Helen Hahn went to Belle and Rapid City on Wed- nesday. Gene, Sara and April Berger and Bernice Ike and Rose and Jody Thomas were Thursday evening visitors at the Jim Hahns. Completely Scientific Waterproofing System NO EXPENSIVE DIGGING NO DAMAGE TO LAWN * NO DAMAGE TO PLANTS PERMANENT RESULTS REASONABLE I I IIII I raent programs and drug rehabil- to Sundance on Monday. Giaja itation programs. He has special Brislawn and Sandy UiBreaslain skills in family, group and indi- visited Grace Reynolds Friday. Vidual therapy, and as a teacher- Donna Heald and children visit- parent effectiveness trainer. Mr. ed at the Walter Haubers, the Willis makes his home in Gillette, George Healds and Bud Gleasons but will make his services avail- on Monday morning. Monday ar- able in all five counties, ternoon Chuck, Donna and chip Dennis Frisbie, after practicing dren visited Grace Reynolds. On as a general physician and sur- geon for three years, returned to the University of Oregon Medical School for training in general Psychiatry and then child psychia- try. He will serve as director of ehildrens services with office in Sheridan. He has had broad ex- Perience and training in child Tuesday Donna and Inez Fowlkes took Bobby Jo and A. C. to Buf- falo for doctor appointments. Chuck Heald helped Bud Gleason on Wednesday and Thursday. The Gleasons helped the Healds butch- er Thursday evening and were supper guests. Chuck Heald went to Stmdance and Gillette Friday AUCTION SALE 6 miles west of Hulett, Wyo. on Hwy. 24 Y! 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