Dr. Jaime A.B. Wilson, Ph.D., ABN, ABPP is a prescribing medical psychologist and a board-certified neuropsychologist. He brings a wealth of experience in working with individuals from a variety of backgrounds, including the D/deaf, hard of hearing, DeafBlind, and blind populations. Born with a profound hearing loss, Dr. Wilson grew up wearing bilateral hearing aids and primarily communicated using spoken language, although he is also an American Sign Language user.
Marcus John, M.Ed., LPC, CRC, NCC is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Idaho and is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor as well as a National Board Certified Counselor. He graduated with a M.Ed. in Rehabilitation Counseling and Human Services at the University of Idaho with undergraduate studies in Psychology, Sociology, and General Education. He began working in supported living and applied counseling theories in 2002 after he completed high school and has since been a strong advocate of improving deaf and hard of hearing supports. Being a pioneer for the Deaf Community in Idaho, he served as President of the Idaho American Sign Language Teachers Association’s and Treasurer/Vice President of DisAbility Rights of Idaho’s Board of Directors. He continues to serve the Deaf Community of Idaho by providing Mental Health Counseling in telehealth options and ASL.
Marcus was born hearing and became deaf at 7 from Spinal Meningitis, it was at this time he began identifying as Deaf and became immersed in ASL and Deaf Culture. He married in 2006 and they have 2 children. They currently live in Meridian, ID where they enjoy the weather, community, and the outdoors. Marcus is a passionate individual who has many hobbies, he is always taking up new challenges and interests.
Kim McClurkan is a Licensed Professional Counselor and she holds a Master of Arts degree in Mental Health Counseling from Gallaudet University. Kim has been using an integrative approach in her counseling services since 2013.
As a deaf American Sign Language therapist, Kim is passionate about helping clients foster self-awareness and gain insight into their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. When it is time to absorb Washington state’s greatness, she enjoys hobbies that include going to savory restaurants, cooking healthy foods, swimming, kayaking, camping, backpacking, and hiking.
Abbi Wong is hearing, and is the administrative assistant here at Wilson Clinical Services. She is a student at the University of Puget Sound, working to complete her BS in Mathematics. She is also working to complete pre-medical school requirements, and hopes to someday become a physician herself.
She also currently plays on the university’s softball team! She is a catcher and pretty much spends all her free time on the field. Part of her involvement in athletics has lead her to pursue a career in healthcare, but the biggest driver of her interest is her five year old brother, Easton. He opened her interests into the pediatric field of medicine, and she hopes to eventually become a pediatrician.
Abbi is also very involved in her university’s pre-health club, American Medical Women’s Association chapter, as well as the Northwest Conference Student Athletic Advisory Committee. She also has a Siamese Mix kitten named Milo!