Project ECHO Faculty
Project ECHO aims to deliver a multi-disciplinary perspective on patient care issues to clinical teams around the region. Billings Clinic's Project ECHO reflects that approach by including professionals from a variety of disciplines, organizations, and regions.
Jared Bozeman, MD, is a graduate from Montana State University where he received his BS in Cell Biology and Neuroscience. He attended medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and completed his Psychiatry Residency at the University of Washington Department of Psychiatry Idaho Track in Seattle and Boise, ID. During residency he served as co-editor of publications for the house staff quality and safety committee. He sees patients at Billings Clinic Behavioral Health Clinic, with special interests in addiction, mood disorders, and schizophrenia. He is involved with EPIC (Early Psychosis Intervention Clinic). He is Medical Director for Project ECHO sessions focused on Addiction and IBH (Integrated Behavioral Health).
Michelle Reinhardt, BA, PharmD, BCPP, is a Board Certified Clinical Pharmacist Specialist in Psychiatry. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Pre-Law at the University of Nevada, Reno and graduated with her Doctor of Pharmacy from Roseman University in Henderson, Nevada. She completed a Post Graduate Year One (PGY1) residency in Clinical Pharmacy at Billings Clinic and a PGY2 residency in Psychopharmacology at The University of Texas at Austin. She joined Billings Clinic in August 2014 and works with adults, children and adolescents on the inpatient psychiatric units. She has been part of Project ECHO Billings Clinic since its inception, working collaboratively with the providers to develop evidence-based, patient specific medication therapy regimens for patients with mental illness and chemical dependency.
Holly Schleicher, PhD is a licensed Clinical Psychologist. She received her doctoral training from the University of Montana and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Health Psychology at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Schleicher provides psychotherapy in a private practice setting and integrated behavioral health consultation as a faculty affiliate at the University of Montana. She has worked at a major medical hospital, an interdisciplinary chronic pain clinic, and in primary care. Professional interests include integrated care, medical consultation, pain management, mindfulness, depression, anxiety, and adjustment to illness and injury. Her approach to treatment includes evidence-based care aimed at helping patients create positive coping strategies and improve quality of life.