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A. Cummings Rork, MD, PMH-C

Hello! My original home base was Jackson, Wyoming, and from there embarked on a transformative educational journey with a clear vision of serving the communities in the Rocky Mountain Region. I obtained my Bachelor's degree in Honors Psychology and Global Health from Northwestern University, followed by the completion of my MD at the University of Washington School of Medicine, where I was part of the Wyoming WWAMI program. In addition, I completed a two-year fellowship in Integrated Child and Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and certification in  Perinatal and Reproductive Psychiatry.

This journey has been a source of immense gratitude, providing me with remarkable experiences. One of the most fulfilling aspects of my work is that it encourages me to explore my passions beyond the realm of medicine. I have a profound love for travel, a fascination with experiencing diverse cultures, and a deep appreciation for quality time spent with my loved ones.


Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me!

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Carly Wasserbach, MSN, ARNP, PMHNP-BC

I am originally from Baltimore, Maryland, but inspired after working a summer in Grand Teton National Park, I have called the Tetons home since 2007. Driven by my passion for helping others and improving rural health, I received my nursing degree from Johns Hopkins University, where I was awarded the Nurse Corps Scholarship by HRSA. From there, I went on to continue my education with advanced training as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner at the University of Pennsylvania and was honored with the Leonard A. Lauder Nurse Practitioner Fellowship, which is dedicated to the education of nurse practitioners who are leading in the advancement of health and health equity. 


I have over ten years experience working as a nurse, and as a certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, I am prepared to assess, diagnose and treat various mental health needs. Based on thorough evaluations and client preferences, offered treatment modalities may include prescribing medications, providing therapy, or a combination of both. In addition, I believe that care should be multidimensional, and I may also offer lifestyle recommendations relating to nutrition, sleep, exercise, and other habits to support your overall wellness. 


My approach to mental health is trauma-informed, holistic, and individualized to each client and their personal preferences. Integrating your unique background and personal goals, we will work together to find ways to not only treat your mental health concerns, but also maximize your potential to achieve optimal health and wellbeing. 


I believe that life is made meaningful by living an enriched life, and so in my free time, I enjoy playing in the mountains with family and friends, practicing yoga and meditation, attending live music, and traveling the world. 



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