Dr. Angie Walker was a psychologist who wokred with mental patients in unique settings. Instead of treating her clinically depressed patients in a hostpital environment, she did so at ordinary houses located in remote towns in the Rocky Mountains. These houses were a part of a federally-funded program run by Dr. Freeman. Perhaps contradictorily, she claimed that Freeman is not her boss, but that she provides him with weekly progress reports on each individual patient.
When Steve Austin crash-landed his airplane close to her Broken Fork, Utah facility, she was the first person he encountered. She cared for him during his subsequent bout with amnesia, and he, in return, fiercely defended her and her patients' rights to live peacefully in Broken Fork. (Stranger in Broken Fork)