Our Team of Experts

The Curran Seeley Foundation has been awarded a three-year CARF-Accreditation for our Assessment and Referral Program, our Intensive Outpatient Program and our Outpatient Program. This means that we adhere to the highest standards of quality and person-centered programming.

The Curran Seeley staff are all licensed, caring professionals, experienced working with alcohol, drug and family violence issues. The staff provides flexible scheduling and offers sliding scale fees. Insurance and third party billing is available.

Dr. MANI FAEZ mani@curranseeley.com


Clinical Director, M.A., PsyD, LMFT -226

Dr. Faez is the Clinical Director at Curran Seeley Foundation. His work focuses on restructuring individual and family dynamics as well as psychoeducation of clients regarding attachment and trauma. Dr. Faez believes that the family of origin is fundamental in how we learn to love, support and communicate with others and we can either repeat the examples that were given to us, or we can find other solutions that work better for us. He thinks that being authentic and genuine is critical for healing. Prior to joining Curran-Seeley, Dr. Faez served as a Lead therapist, Clinical Director and Chief Clinical Officer with some well-known treatment centers throughout California. Dr. Faez has worked with individuals and families in the field of mental health and substance abuse for more than 9 years. Mani holds a Doctorate in Psychology (PsyD) from California School of Professional Psychology. Mani enjoys spending his free time with his family, three dogs and riding his motorcycle.
DIONIS RISTO dionis@curranseeley.com


Provisional Clinical Social Worker

Dionis works in the men’s intensive outpatient program and the adolescent treatment program at Curran Seeley Foundation. He has a diverse clinical background working in residential facilities, mental health agencies, as well as agencies that work with victims of domestic/sexual abuse. Dionis is passionate about mental health and advocating its importance and understanding in the Jackson Hole community. A provisionally licensed clinician, Dionis received a Masters of Social Work from the Northwest Nazarene University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Brigham Young University. Dionis enjoys a variety of sports, such as soccer, basketball, volleyball and ping-pong. His truer passions include traveling and Mediterranean cuisine.
WOOD PALMER wood@curranseeley.com


Peer Specialist

Wood Palmer is Curran Seeley’s Peer Specialist. He can offer local knowledge, resources and some of the best help available to support groups. After early education and High school in Salt Lake City, Wood moved to the Teton Valley. He worked for a few decades for a local trout fishing outfitter as a guide. “Having seen lots of ‘water under the bridge’ and having made my own personal life changes for myself, that brought a new outlook on life. I now find great joy in helping others, and as part of the team at Curran Seeley. I enjoy living in the Tetons with my wife Ann, our four cats, and three dogs. We miss our kids and are proud of our loved ones who are away at college. With faith, family and friendships, I like to spend time outdoors; summertime chasing large trout on the water or birdies on the golf course, and the winter looking for bluebird days with deep powder at the ski hill.
TRICIA CLARKE tricia@curranseeley.com


Administrative Director

Tricia began her career at Curran Seeley Foundation as the Marketing & HR Manager after working as the Marketing Coordinator for St. John's Medical Center for 10 years. Over time, her responsibilities grew to include contract and grants management, data management and anything else the front office needs to function smoothly on a day-to-day basis. She received a BA from the University of Massachusetts and came to Jackson in the winter of 1996 to work at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and ski for a year. She still enjoys skiing and loves camping and hiking with her husband, daughter and big red dog.
ANAHI MORILLON amorillon@curranseeley.com


Provisional Clinical Social Worker

Originally from a Mexican background, Anahi grew up in Jackson, WY. Anahi obtained her Bachelor's degree in 2019 and a Master's degree in 2020 both in the area of Social Work at the University of Wyoming. Later became a bilingual and bicultural therapist by obtaining a provisional clinical license in Social Work (PCSW). She works with individual clients in private and group settings. Her work focuses on utilizing trauma-informed care, client-centered, and culturally sensitive therapy. She is one of the few Spanish-speaking therapists who is certified in EMDR, motivational interviewing, and CBT therapy in Wyoming. Being a Spanish speaker and a Hispanic therapist has allowed her to assist more people within the community. Anahi enjoys being active at the gym or outdoors, spending time with her family and her three pets.
Autumn Meeks autumn@curranseeley.com

Autumn Meeks


Autumn is a Jackson native with a varied background as a staff accountant, service writer and a banker. Currently she handles the billing, insurance, account payable, receivable and payroll cycles as the bookkeeper for Curran Seeley. Autumn In her spare time, enjoys camping, riding ATV’s and hunting and spending time with her family including two cats.