Leann Bryant is the Director of Operations for Providence Mental Health. Leann moved from her small hometown in Southern Illinois to Montana in 2011. She received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Argosy University and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Nonprofit Leadership with Arizona State University.
Leann has worked in the administrative medical field for more than 15 years. She found her passion lies in mental health, specifically in positions that promote awareness and provide direct client support. In 2014 she accepted the first of three different positions with Gallatin Mental Health Center. First, as a client account representative for the agency, and second, she moved into a management position within that agency and finally spent time as a Peer Support Specialist and Behavioral Specialist. Leann has exhibited her passion for mental health support and recovery through community projects. Projects such as Bozeman’s first American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Out of The Darkness Walk, and the annual Stomp Out Stigma Walk in downtown Bozeman.
Leann likes to say that she enjoys “ironing the capes” of those providing direct client care since the actual therapists and clinicians have such a challenging job. Leann is excited to be joining Providence Mental Health to support a new resource for mental health services in Bozeman and surrounding areas. Leann is anxious to provide support for the PMH clinicians and answer all client’s insurance or logistical questions.
Stompout Stigma 2019
Leanne Bryant talks to us about the stigma about mental health and how people can get involved in the Stompout Stigma program.