Jamee Free, M.Div, MS, M.Ed., LCPC, LMFT
Jamee received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Montana State University – Billings. She also holds a Master of Divinity with Biblical Languages from Campbell University in North Carolina, as well as a Master of Science in Psychology and a Master of Education in School Counseling from Montana State University – Billings. Currently, Jamee is a doctoral student at George Fox University. Her dissertation is on attachment theory, the need for strong families, and the negative impact of technology and social media. Jamee has served as an Associate Pastor of Youth and Children, a primary therapist in a psychiatric residential treatment facility, and as a clinician in a comprehensive school and community treatment program. Jamee has experience in treating depression, anxiety, thinking errors, PTSD, attachment disorders and self-harm. Jamee also has extensive experience in working with oppositional and defiant behaviors, especially with children resistant to therapy. Jamee has special training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Love and Logic, Christian counseling, pastoral care and animal assisted therapy. Jamee has been at Yellowstone Counseling Center since 2010 and offers counseling for children and adolescents, as well as their families.
Roosevelt is an AKC registered Golden Retriever. He is currently undergoing training to become a registered therapy dog to be utilized in Animal Assisted Therapy and Animal Assisted Activities (AAT/AAA).