Sonoma County Indian Health Project Behavioral Health Team

Getting to know your Behavioral Health Providers
Phone: (707) 521-4550

 

Kurt Schweigman, MPH, Director of Behavioral Health Services (Lakota)

Kurt has been working in American Indian health care and supportive services for over 30 years. Since Kurt moved to California in 2006, he worked for the California Rural Indian Health Board, Oakland Native American Health Center, and other statewide wellness and health promotion projects. In recent years he managed behavioral wellness and social service programs, to optimize the health and well-being of Native Americans in California. Kurt received his Master’s degree in Public Health Epidemiology from the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. He was born and raised in Rapid City, South Dakota and is Oglala/Sicangu Lakota.


 

Dr. Richard Frishman, Psychiatrist

Dr. Frishman joined the Behavioral Health Services team in November of 2021 as a locum tenens psychiatrist. He has been practicing psychiatry for over 30 years. Dr. Frishman’s broad and varied career includes working at state, county and other facilities in California, Alaska and New Zealand. He spent all of 2019 in Alaska with the Southcentral Foundation, providing services for Alaska Native and American Indian people living in Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough and nearby villages. He completed his residency at Rutgers University in New Jersey. Dr. Frishman received his honorable discharge from the US Air Force after completing a four year commitment. He is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.


 

Eileen Evind, LCSW

Eileen received her professional training at the California State University Long Beach School of Social Work. Her experience includes assessment, treatment plan development, individual therapy, family therapy, targeted case management, and ongoing plan development through an integrated service system operating across the mental health, juvenile justice, child welfare, and education systems. Eileen has also specialized in therapeutic behavioral interventions for children and youth at risk of hospitalization and/or out-of-home placement.


 

Rachel Robison, LMFT (Choctaw)

Rachel began working in behavioral health in 2010 coming from a professional background of the performing arts and business. She has focused her work on finding therapeutic tools that address not only the person's symptoms but get to the root of the problem, and strongly believes in a creative approach to psychotherapy. She has worked in a variety of settings and has incorporated Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, and traditional practices into her work with clients. She hosted an Indigenous women’s drumming circle in Lake County for several years and ran no-cost equestrian workshops for local Indigenous youth. She is a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and lives in Santa Rosa with her family.


 

Connie Collins, LCSW , CADC-II (Shasta)

Connie (she, her, kwác’) is a licensed clinical social worker and is certified to work with substance use disorders. Connie has been providing both individual and group therapy for 20 years and enjoys serving our communities. Connie is experienced in working with clients who have experienced trauma (including historical and intergenerational trauma), as well as those who have other individual or relational difficulties. An enrolled member of Shasta Indian Nation, Connie has a deep respect for all traditions and is also certified as a Wellbriety Firestarter. Connie holds a BA from Cal State San Marcos, an MSW from San Diego State University, and a PsyD from California Southern University.


 

Daniel Domaguin, LCSW

Daniel (he/him, isú) is a second-generation Ilokano immigrant, born and raised in Tiipai/southern Kumeyaay territory (south San Diego, CA). He incorporates transformative justice, embodied social justice and the healing power of humor into his practice as a trainer, supervisor, and clinician. Outside of behavioral health work, he enjoys Mother Nature, composting, crafting, martial arts, improvisational comedy and discussing random trivia.


 

Ana Quiroz, ASW

Ana received her Master of Social Work degree from California State University, Long Beach. Before working at SCIHP, Ana worked with adolescents and adults as a Behavioral Clinician at the Petaluma and Rohnert Park Health Centers where she became committed to the practice of integrated medical and behavioral health services. Ana’s previous training was at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital Oncology Department as a discharge planner medical social worker coordinating and facilitating a safe transition for patients into the community. Ana also worked for the Roseland School District providing counseling and social services for K-12 students and their families. As a case worker at Legal Aid of Sonoma County, Ana provided case management and advocacy services to women who were affected by intimate partner violence. In her spare time, Ana enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with family and her dog.


 

Adam Villagomez, AODC-A (Dakota/Chippewa)

Adam is a certified substance abuse counselor and has started working at SCIHP in 2004. He is Dakota/Chippewa and a graduate of tribal college- D.Q. University. He provides individual and group counseling at SCIHP Outpatient Program. He also provides jail diversion services to local jails for Native American inmates who qualify for treatment instead of incarceration. Adam is a member of Native Resistance Drum Group and has been involved in his traditional tribal practices since 1993 when he became clean/sober. He has experienced that the most successful addiction recovery for Native Americans is being connected to their tribal culture. Adam has experienced that everyone is on their own path and is in support of anything that provides support and healing for the person.


 

Kenny Dumbrill, SUDCC (Northern Arapaho)

Kenny has been with Sonoma County Indian Health Project’s Behavioral Health Department since 2012. Kenny Dumbrill provides individual counseling related to chemical dependency and facilitates weekly sobriety talking circles including a Wellbriety Group. Kenny is also native American as he is a member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe from Wyoming.


 

Emily Luna, Care Coordinator (Pomo/Wailaki/Concow)

As the Behavioral Health Integration Care Coordinator, Emily helps navigate patients for whole-person care to SCIHP clinic and tribal services, and refer to community resources as needed. Emily has 9 years of experience in healthcare and is a graduate of Santa Rosa Junior College with degrees in Social & Behavioral Sciences as well as Liberal Arts & Sciences. She is an enrolled member of the Round Valley Indian Tribes of the Round Valley Reservation and is from Sonoma County. Emily enjoys walking the local trails, running, spending time with her family, and playing with her dog.