Dr. Jamee Free, LCPC, LMFT
Dr. Jamee Free, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Montana State University – Billings. Dr. Free attended Campbell University in North Carolina and holds a Master of Divinity with Biblical Languages. Upon returning to Montana, Dr. Free completed her Master of Science in Psychology and Master of Education in School Counseling. She earned a Doctor of Ministry with a focus on Leadership and Spiritual Formation from George Fox University in Portland, Oregon. Her dissertation focused on interdisciplinary and holistic approaches to psychological and spiritual formation with an emphasis on attachment theory, as well as relational and developmentally sensitive approaches with children. Dr. Free has worked as a minister to youth and children, a primary therapist in a psychiatric residential treatment facility, and a clinician for a comprehensive school and community treatment program. She joined Yellowstone Counseling Center in 2010 and treats depression, anxiety, PTSD, stress, self-harm, attachment issues, and behavioral difficulties. Dr. Free has special training in attachment theory, brain and childhood development, animal assisted therapy, interpersonal neurobiology, dialectical behavioral therapy, pastoral care, and Christian counseling. Dr. Free offers individual and family therapy for children and adolescents.
Roosevelt and Grant are AKC registered Golden Retrievers and are utilized for animal assisted activities and animal assisted therapy (AAA/AAT).