Dr. Aimee Foster

Aimee Foster is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and the Senior Director of Outpatient and Medical Services for Volunteers of America- Northern Rockies (VOA). She obtained her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, CA. She completed her pre-doctoral training with the Rocky Mountain Internship Consortium in Colorado and specifically, the University of the Rockies Counseling Center in Colorado Springs, CO. She went on to pursue her post-doctoral training at the Loma Linda Behavioral Medicine Center in Loma Linda, CA where she earned her expertise in the treatment of eating disorders. She practiced as the primary Treatment Coordinator for the Partial Hospital (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) eating disorder programs at Loma Linda for 2 years before moving into administration within the hospital system. Dr. Foster’s areas of interest and specialty include Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), the treatment of eating disorders, and Family Systems Psychology. Her passion for community mental health and the front range called her to Wyoming in 2017 when she accepted a director position with Peak Wellness. Peak has been acquired by VOA. In 2019 she accepted a five-year appointment to the Wyoming Board of Psychology by Governor Mark Gordon and has been serving for the past several years. Her current passions include advocacy and training in the field of psychology, and she is grateful that her current roles allow her the opportunity to tackle both.

Amy and her husband, Spencer love the outdoors almost as much as their chocolate labs, Bird and Magic. She is a strong advocate for work-life balance and encourages her staff to do the same. She enjoys spending time in the mountains or in their 7-acre “yard” as much as she possibly can. She also finds that running clears her head and helps her to re-center. Her faith community is an important part of her life and she values her ability to assist her clients with faith or spiritual-related discovery as well.