- Associated Press - Monday, April 27, 2015

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A Cheyenne counselor wants to turn a 19th century Victorian mansion built by a wealthy cattle baron into a special place for people who have experience trauma, abuse and conflict.

Renee Hansen is the new owner of the luxurious Whipple House and plans to offer holistic health services in the building.

The Wyoming-Tribune Eagle reports (https://bit.ly/1J4kGMb ) that the licensed processional counselor will move her 15-year-old private practice and its 14 employees to the mansion.

They will counsel children, families and couples in the building, which features a stained-glass window and hand-carved mahogany fireplace.

New Jersey artists Hugh Alan Luck and Michele Peraino will repaint the home’s ceilings in a Victorian style.



They will paint 3-D birds and flowers on the first-floor ceiling before tackling one upstairs.

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