Meet Our Clinicians

We provide highly-trained and compassionate staff to help you meet your wellness goals. Certain mental health professionals work best with specific issues and demographics. When you meet with our access clinician, they will match you with a mental health professional that best fits your needs. We encourage you to get to know our clinical team by reading more below.

andi mitchellAndi Mitchell
Case Manager

Andi is a Case Manager. Case managers help individuals manage day-to-day life, navigate systems, and provide skill training. Her goal is to help each client live a hopeful and secure life. She works mostly out in the community with clients so you rarely see her at the office.

Andi comes to us with a diverse background. She has been a long-line deckhand, short-order cook, wilderness trail builder, tree planter, and librarian tech. Andi has also worked as a Fish Range and Forestry Biologist for private, state, federal and tribal agencies and as a firefighter, irrigator, wrangler, and alongside her cowboy husband at the McClaran’s Ranch.

Besides her extensive career, she has been a child advocate for 20 some years and a foster parent for some of that. Andi has always been fascinated by how people shape themselves and others and is excited that her role with us will help others to grow and shape themselves in positive ways.

annie tomlinsonAnnie Tomlinson
School Counselor
Clinical Intern

Annie is in her last year of graduate school and is completing her clinical internship at Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness. She will be serving as the school counselor for Enterprise and Wallowa Schools, and with clients in the community.

Annie has been working with youth for more than ten years. She started in the outdoor adventure field, working as a sea canoe guide in the San Juan Islands and as program coordinator for Northwest Outdoor Science School on the Oregon Coast.

Ashley CollierAshley Collier
Wraparound Youth Partner & Skills Trainer

Ashley is a Wraparound youth partner and a skills trainer at Enterprise School and Joseph Charter School. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Health from Western Oregon University. She is a former foster youth, first-generation high school and college graduate, with years of personal lived experience using resources similar to those provided at the Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness. Ashley is determined to use all of the challenges she faced as a child and teen to help youth find their voice and encourage them to have an active role in meeting their goals in order to have a successful future. She has experience working with kids of all ages in a variety of settings and has a passion for making sure they feel heard and seen. As a youth partner and skills trainer, she will be working one on one with youth to include them in the conversations about their strengths and visions for their lives.

brandon millerBrandon Miller, CSWA, CADC-R
Mental Health Clinician & Crisis Coordinator

Brandon is a Clinical Social Work Associate and Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor-R. He enjoys helping people to live their life to the fullest extent, by using therapeutic approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Existential Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, (DBT), and many others. Brandon is able to meet you where you are at, using Trauma-Informed methods, to help you accomplish the goals you have set out to accomplish. Whether your goals are related to mental well-being or recovering from an addiction, Brandon is here to walk with you down the path of building resilience, recovery, and growth.

Specialty: Adults, First Responder, Faith-based

Education: Master of Social Work (MSW), Boise State University and BS in Psychology, Capella University

 

carrise murrayCarrise Murray, QMHP
Mental Health Clinician
School Counselor
WRAP and EASA Program Coordinator

Carrise is a Master’s of Social Work intern and works as a school counselor and WRAP and EASA Program Coordinator for Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness. Carrise loves working with youth and helping them face the unique challenges and stressors that come with navigating through adolescence. Many adolescents experience anxiety and depression, and Carrise works with them to develop healthy coping skills and develop positive outlooks on life while working through their current struggles.

Carrise has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and is currently working towards her Master’s in Social Work. Carrise also has many life experiences that aid in her ability to empathize and understand challenges people face, including being a veteran, a single mother, a grandmother, and a parent of youth who have struggled with losses, depression, and anxiety.

Daniel McReeDaniel McRee, MSW
Mental Health Clinician
School Counselor

Daniel is a mental health clinician and school counselor for Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness. He has a passion for working with marginalized and vulnerable youth and young adults, helping them navigate challenging systems and build their lives on their own terms. He has previously worked with people facing incarceration and young adults experiencing homelessness. Originally from Southern Appalachia, Daniel is excited to be a part of the Wallowa County community and graduated from Portland State University’s School of Social Work with his Master’s degree.

Specialty:  youth

dr. josh bovermanDr. Josh Boverman
Psychiatrist

Dr. Boverman (or Dr. B as he is affectionately called) is proud to be a psychiatrist and Medical Director for Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness. He received his medical degree from the Oregon Health & Sciences University in 1993, and completed his specialty training in psychiatry at the University of Washington and at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University. He has been in practice since 1998. He has worked as a teacher, clinician, and educator in the Departments of Psychiatry and Family Medicine at the Oregon Health & Sciences University. He also worked overseas for the US Department of State, providing psychiatric care to Americans serving abroad in the State Department, the military, and other branches of government.

Individuals often meet with Dr. Boverman because they have symptoms like depression or anxiety, and wonder if a medication could help. Sometimes they wonder if their medications should be stopped, or adjusted. He also prescribes psychiatric medications when needed. Sometimes your counselor recommends you for medication management, to help towards a diagnosis, or to consider laboratory/medical assessment. When this happens, you will see Dr. Boverman.

eva ovesonEva Oveson, QMHA
Assertive Community Treatment Case Manager

Eva is one of the Assertive Community Treatment Case Managers and has been with the organization for over 11 years. Eva brings a deep passion and compassion to the organization and to the clients she serves. She loves what she does and enjoys working with the clients and being another support person in their life.

Eva takes time to get to know her clients so she can do her best to truly understand what they are going through and works to be their support system so their lives can flourish. Once you are in Eva’s life, you are in Eva’s life for good. Many times her passion for her clients continues beyond their time with us. Eva is known for sending holiday and birthday cards to everyone she has ever worked with. Eva’s dedication to her life work shows through her caring, sincerity, and her love of her job. She is truly an asset to our community and clients.

geunia funchesGeunia Funches, LMSW, CSWA
Access Clinician

Geunia Funches is a licensed master social worker with a concentration in family and children and military veterans. Geunia’s approach to providing love-filled care is based on active listening. She understands that when someone seeks services, what they need is someone to actually listen to them because people in the outside world do not understand what is going on with them and what they are experiencing. Geunia understands that you’re here to be heard and she is here to listen. She likes to build a plan for you that builds on the skills that you already have that can be used to help you improve your overall wellness. She works with your personal level of comfortability and self-awareness. Geunia is highly skilled in working with many populations including those in the military and veterans, youth and adolescents, and those 65 and over.

jessica skillingsJessica Skillings
Supported Employment Specialist

Karl DossKarl Doss
Peer Support Mentor

Karl Doss is a Peer Support Mentor and working to become a Peer Support Specialist. Ever since he first got sober, his dream has been to work with people in recovery and that was almost 7 years ago. When he started his journey towards sobriety, he had lots of advantages – a loving supportive family, top-notch medical care, and an excellent sponsor. Two years into his sobriety, Karl needed surgery for a sigmoid resection. He had complications from his surgery and needed a colostomy bag. He lived with this bag for just over 3 years. He calls this time period “dark night of the soul” and struggled with PTSD and lost a lot of weight. Again his recovery from this complication was due to a supportive network of individuals and family members that helped him regain his health. So, he understands deeply how many people it can take to help support an individual reach their wellness goals. Just like his network of support, he wants to be one of the individuals part of your network of support during your journey of recovery. Karl has lived the rough road to recovery and knows what it takes to support someone who is getting back on their feet. He is here to help empower and encourage you when you feel you are all alone and in your “dark night of the soul” period.

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WALLOWA VALLEY
CENTER FOR WELLNESS
Bringing hope, dignity
and wellness to our community

CONTACT US

Main Office
606 Medical Parkway, Enterprise 
541-426-4524

Mailing Address
PO Box 268
Enterprise, OR 97828

24/7 crisis line 541-398-1175 or 988