Meet Our Clinicians
We provide highly-trained and compassionate staff to help you meet your wellness goals. Certain clinicians work best with specific issues and demographics. When you meet with our access clinician, she/he will match you with a clinician that best fits your needs. We encourage you to get to know our clinical team by reading more below.
Brandon Miller, QMHP
Brandon serves as Qualified Mental Health Professional Crisis Counselor at the Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness. He works with individuals from all populations and demographics within our community, in order to best help you in your time of need. Brandon works with you to help rediscover meaning and...
D. Catherine Johnson, “Catie” LPC, CADC1, CASOTP
Catie is a License Professional Counselor who enjoys working adults, – specifically individuals who are going through life transitions and acute situations such as a job, relationship or lifestyle change. In addition, her insight offers real life tools for tolerati...
Wraparound Youth Support Partner
Celina is the Wraparound Youth Support Partner. Her job is to be the youth’s advocate no matter what their current or past experiences have been. Her role is to support them in reaching their goals and what they want out of life. She is so exc...
Danielle Nash, MSW, CSWA
Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement
Danielle is a mental health therapist and social worker. Danielle also functions as the Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement (QAQI) Coordinator. Danielle has experience working with various populations, including experience in school counseling, adults w...
Dr. Josh Boverman
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 Wa...
Erica Gilliland, M. Ed., QMHP
Fidelity Programs Manager
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), Supported Employment (SE), Early Assessment Support Alliance (EASA) and Systems of Care Wraparound Initiative (SOCWI)
Erica manages the Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness fidelity programs (ACT, EASA, SE, and Wraparound) ...
Hilary Miller, Registered Nurse
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Nurse
Hilary is a registered nurse with the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team which is a multidisciplinary team that specializes in working with individuals with Severe and Persistent Mental Illnesses whom need assistance with successful, independent li...
Kelly Boeve, LPC
Kelly is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Kelly enjoys working with teens and adults – specifically individuals who are going through life transitions like school changes, graduation, preparing for college, recent moves, financial changes, job changes, job loss, retirement, preparing for marriage,...
Dr. Laurence Colman, MD, MPH, FAPA
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Laurence grounds his work with children and teens in the incredible complexity of our bodies as biological and psychological/spiritual systems, and within the added complexity of our social lives. Regardless whether you’re seeing him for problems with att...
Olivia A. Westenskow, MS, QMHP
Mental Health Clinician
Olivia Westenskow is an outpatient clinician for Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness who is a recent Professional Counseling master’s level graduate. She comes to the profession with a lot of passion for working with people who are trying to heal and find joy in their lives during a...
Quinn Berry, LPC, CADC I
Mental Health Clinician
Quinn is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor. He enjoys helping people live better lives. He believes individuals have the ability to take stock in their lives, make decisions, and take action, in ways that will make their lives better. He...
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), Supported Employment (SE), Early Assessment Support Alliance (EASA)
William Weisz is the new part-time case manager for EASA and part-time support employment (SE) for the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team and works with both teenagers as well as with adults. William is very excited and happy to be able to serve the community by helping individuals overcome their personal obstacles ...