Peninsula Behavioral Health's caring, respectful, clinical multi-disciplinary team consists of licensed Mental Health and Chemical Dependency professionals. They include: psychiatrists, nurse practitioners (ARNPs), social workers, mental health and family counselors, registered nurses and case managers. We use a variety of treatment approaches to work with individuals and groups.
Wendy Sisk, LMHC
Chief Executive Officer
Wendy Sisk joined our staff in 2002. She holds a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Central Washington University and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Prior to joining the PBH team Wendy worked at Community Psychiatric Clinic (Seattle) providing afterhours crisis support and serving as the Residential Screener. She also worked for Fairfax Hospital (Kirkland) as an Evaluator on the Psychiatric Assessment Team and served as a volunteer for four years as a Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Advocate in Ellensburg. Wendy was initially hired as a Case Manager but has primarily worked as a Designated Mental Health Professional since 2004. In 2010, Wendy was promoted to supervise Crisis Intervention Services and a year later also assumed responsibility for the Community Support Services. Wendy was promoted to the position of Clinical Director on August 9, 2014. In 2016 Wendy was promoted to the position of Chief Executive Officer.
Joseph Reis, ARNP
Joseph Reis, ARNP has served in many healthcare leadership roles since 1991, first as a career Officer in the United States Army and most recently as the Director of Clinical Operations at Logistics Health Inc. in La Crosse, WI. Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Joseph obtained his undergraduate nursing degree at Kent State University, an Adult Nurse Practitioner Master's degree from West Virginia University and a Post Master's in Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner from Washington State University. Mr. Reis brings 25 years of clinical health care experience to his position at Peninsula Behavioral health. Dual board certified as both a psychiatric and an adult nurse practitioner, he understands the unique nature of the patients served by PBH. In addition to Mr. Reis' leadership role as Medical Director, he will be heavily engaged in full spectrum clinical care, including outpatient behavioral health care, procedures, supportive therapy and medication management. He is interested in clinical workforce needs, cross-institution collaboration, innovation in behavioral health care, and care of the underserved in our community. Outside of work, Joseph is happily married to Rebecca and has five grown children living across the United States.