Last updated on October 7th, 2022 at 10:21 am
Sheila Sandubrae Davis is a practicing professional mental health care provider for over 40 years. Her extensive listing of licensure and academic achievements has led her to a fulfilling career in the field of forensic and general psychiatry in Wyoming. Her special interest areas of Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders, PTSD and ADHD, Bipolar and Borderline Personality Disorder, and Anger Management and issues of abuse enable her to reach a variety of populations in her private practice. She serves as a consultant to local and county jails for psychotropic medication evaluation and management. Sheila is an instructor for the Central Wyoming Community College within the Human Service curriculum.
Sheila serves as a Professional Legal Nurse consultant as an expert Psychiatric Nurse witness in prosecution and defense review, interpretation, and organization of psychiatric records. She is a consultant in organizational communication, conflict resolution and institutional evaluation/investigation. She also serves her community as a group facilitator for Family Caregivers, Senior Center of Jackson Hole Wyoming.
In demonstrating innovative care during the pandemic, Sheila provided behavioral therapy utilizing HIPAA-compliant video conferencing or text-based messaging as a tele-mental health service to connect with her patients.
Sheila joined the AgriSafe Total Farmer Health Coach team to expand her knowledge and share her expertise in strategies to effectively manage stresses via evidence based methodologies within her outreach area in Wyoming.