Behavioral Health Staff
J. R. Myers, NCC, MAC, LCPC
J.R. Myers started with Glacier CHC in May 2017, coming directly from Alaska where he worked with the Kinitzee Indian tribe as a behavioral health counselor at a wellness center in Kenai. Integrated health is a special interest of his, being an avenue in which all providers on staff work as a team to offer the best care possible for their patients. J.R. grew up in Great Falls, and graduated from C.M Russell High School and the University of Great Falls. He has roots in the Cut Bank area also; his great-grandfather homesteaded west of Cut Bank. He is happy to return to this area and is always looking for ways to be involved in the community.
Angela Black, LCPC
Angela Black is a therapist who earned her Master’s degree from Bellevue University in Clinical Counseling. She is originally from the Hi-Line and pursued the helping profession to fulfill her desires to work with individuals and families in rural areas. She has been in the mental health field for the past nine years and has worked primarily with children and families as a CSCT therapist since 2014. She is happy to pursue her passion of helping people improve and maintain optimal functioning in everyday life in the Cut Bank area.
Clem Hollingsworth, LCPC
The most recent addition to our Behavioral Clinic staff, Clem is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who comes to us from Libby, Montana, where he practiced as an in-school therapist at Libby High from August of 2013. Prior to that, Clem’s career pursuits have taken him to a number of settings, both professionally and geographically. His experiences include inpatient psychiatric, incarceration-based and school-and-community-based programs, ranging from the southeastern U.S. to New Mexico. Clem was awarded the Master of Divinity and Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy degrees from Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi, from which he hails.