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Therapists in 83616

Shannon Miles, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eagle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Change can happen quickly. Are you feeling like you just can't keep going the way things are? Are you ready to be less stressed and happier in your life, your marriage and your family? Are you ready to learn skills to make changes?
(805) 265-0608
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Cary Imeson, Counselor  in Eagle
“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending ~ Maria Robinson. I would be honored to work with you to help you write the new chapter in your life. I am an Idaho native with nearly 20 years in the "people business". I offer individual and couples counseling as well as parent/step-parent education. I bring a caring but direct approach to my counseling practice and I am committed to helping you tap into your own unique strengths to manage life's challenges.
(208) 449-0859
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Ray Booth, Psychologist  in Eagle
“I work best with clients who are action-oriented and ready to change, but who feel "stuck." I work with adults who have problems with mood, anxiety, trauma, and self-defeating behaviors (compulsions or bad habits that create problems). During my 30+ years of experience, I have learned and integrated a wide range of therapy tools and approaches. I always look for the strengths in my clients, and I help them to use their strengths to overcome their difficulties.
(208) 310-7767
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Carol Pangburn, Counselor  in Eagle
“My approach has evolved out of twenty years of working with individuals and couples. It is based on the premise that each person has both an innate tendency to move toward health and wholeness, and the inner capacity to achieve it. I view my work with you as a privilege and encourage you to be an active participant in your counseling experience. I feel humbled in being able to serve as a guide in this process as I work with the very personal problems of individuals and couples.
(208) 476-6107
Eagle, Idaho 83616
A New Beginning Counseling Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eagle
“My forte is a faith based marriage/family counseling process with emphasis upon a systems perspective of family dynamics. I am a LMSW certified in NLP with an MBA. This blend of education and experience allows me to offer a strong theoretical support and life experience to my clients who are seeking to improve their family as well as their personal development/growth. I use an eclectic blend of therapeutic processes that include but not limited to RT (Reality Therapy) CBT (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy) SFT (Solution-Focused Therapy) and NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming).
(208) 647-3125
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Rick Boyes, Counselor  in Eagle
“A great deal of my work has been with adults who were abused as children. Sexual, physical, and emotional abuse in childhood can greatly limit the degree to which one can function fully and find fulfilling relationships. I have an endless amount of compassion for the pain that life can bring and a tremendous amount of respect for the courage that it takes to look honestly at ourselves.
(208) 946-4544
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Christina Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eagle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The first time meeting with a therapist is probably the most challenging and can provoke a certain amount of anxiety due to a number of factors. For example, wondering if the counselor will be a good fit and/or deciding if the individual is ready to commit to helping themselves. The most important aspect of therapy is to be honest with yourself and be open to personal challenge which generally leads to the behavioral changes that clients are seeking within themselves.
(208) 922-6817
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Karen Alexander, Counselor  in Eagle
“It's difficult to be a woman in these times. It seems no matter what choices you make, someone's unhappy. We care about the people in our lives- sometimes to the point that we forget to consider ourselves. A lot of us don't even remember who we really are or what we want. It's only when symptoms like depression, anxiety, low self- esteem, insomnia and weight gain call our name that we pay attention to the idea that we need to be cared for too. Ironically, many women come to counseling when the relationships they care so much about crash and burn.
(208) 904-0110
Eagle, Idaho 83616
A New Beginning Counseling Center, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eagle
“As humans we were created with the miraculous ability to endure, heal and grow, even in the most adverse circumstances and conditions. I am committed to providing quality behavioral health care to individuals, couples or families wanting to make changes, and willing to utilize their unique resources to overcome their own challenges. Sometimes it becomes necessary in life to seek help outside one's own family and supports. This can happen to all of us. It is healthy to receive help from a range of resources; I encourage you to do this for yourself.
(208) 538-3045
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Lynda Smith, Counselor  in Eagle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LCPC, NFB, QEEG, EMDR
“Do you have past hurt, unresolved issues, anxiety, depression, loss, anger, relationship problems that need to be worked through? Call Lynda today at 208.369.4283 to schedule an appointment. Find out how an integrative approach to therapy (mind-body) heals the whole person. Lynda specializes in helping individuals, couples and families restore lives and relationships. Lynda provides compassion and understanding while working with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Health Psychology and is the clinic director at State of Mind Counseling in Eagle, ID.
(208) 369-4283
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Jay Robertson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eagle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I am a licensed marriage and family therapist with over 15 years of experience working with adults, children and families. My specialties with adults include codependency, boundary issues, relationship improvement, survivors of child abuse, grief, effects of divorce, depression, anxiety, anger, and spiritual growth.
(208) 329-5333
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Brhe A Minkler, Counselor  in Eagle
“I believe that counseling is a wonderful and unique experience of helping people develop their own personal strengths, while working toward mental and emotional wellness. My role as a counselor is to help create a counseling relationship of safety and trust as you move toward healing. I have an open, collaborative, non-judgmental approach that is kind, comforting, encouraging and supportive. When working with children and teens I often use creative/expressive interventions such as art and play. I hope that you find counseling to be a rewarding, uplifting, and empowering process of growth and healing.
(208) 228-5627
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Lynette Fogg, Counselor  in Eagle
“Working together with clients and helping them through difficult times or times of transition is what I love most about my job. My specialties include helping recovering addicts move into solid sobriety as well as life transitions and relationship issues. Helping my clients through some of life's challenges is my goal. It is important to me that I help my clients by teaching them skills for helping to cope with whatever life may bring their way. My clients are individuals, couples and families looking to live the life they desire and to build solid, well-meaning relationships.
(208) 904-3178
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Trina Fisher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eagle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Many people find it frightening to seek out counseling for the first time. They maybe feeling vulnerable, scared, depressed, anxious, or they just know that they need to make changes in their lives. Counseling is a process, a chance to make changes in your life. I see my job as helping You, Your child, or Your Family become healthier, and happier. Let me help you begin that process towards making your life 'different'. Making the decision to change your life can be challenging, scary, but it also can be rewarding.
(208) 329-6676
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Jane Jablonski, Counselor  in Eagle
“I genuinely believe that quality time spent with the right counselor is one of the best gifts you can give yourself when personal problems arise. Life can be messy; it is not always easy to find clarity and perspective to work through problems on our own. My goal is to listen, draw upon your strengths, and assist you in feeling better at a pace you are comfortable with. I will equip you with tools to use outside of the counseling office when stressors surface. Helping you gain a better understanding of your situation so normal everyday life can become more fulfilling is the end result.
(208) 995-2224
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Stacie McKenna-Crochet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eagle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DOT-SAP, AAC, CCBT
“Do you struggle with sadness, depression, stress, loneliness, poor body image or bad habits such as overeating, dieting, drinking or using drugs? Are you stuck in your career, marriage or relationships? I work with individuals, adolescents, couples and families to reduce anxiety, anger, depression and self-destructive behaviors. My approach is easy going, direct, non-judgemental and supportive with a great sense of humor. I am a state licensed clinical social worker, certified cognitive-behavioral therapist and substance abuse professional with over 20 years of experience. I am also qualified to perform DOT substance abuse assessments.
(512) 262-9706
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Evergreen Behavioral Health, Counselor  in Eagle
“Seeking counseling is a valiant decision. My focus is to develop a relationship based on treating each other with dignity and respect. Once this is established, we can explore options and create a plan focused on solutions. Counseling is a process in which we will discuss many issues for the purpose of creating positive changes. It provides an opportunity to better understand yourself. Participating in therapy may result in a number of benefits to you, including reduced stress and anxiety, improved relationships and increased confidence.
(208) 858-1838
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Matthew D Geske, Counselor  in Eagle
“Helping people face adversity. Providing safe and proven treatment to overcome self-defeating thoughts and habits that undermine the ability to be a free, responsible and complete person. I take a holistic and faith-based approach to increase the possibilities for success and to decrease the need for treatments that undermine what a person values. I have been helping people overcome adversities for over twenty-five years; this has given me the opportunity to help thousands of people in their journey toward an abundant and meaningful life where they reach more of their potential.
(208) 841-3000
Eagle, Idaho 83616
A Better Day Counseling & Custom Life Coaching, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eagle
“Life is challenging! We do the best we can, but sometimes it's just too much! You find yourself arguing with those you love. There's too much to do and you just want to go back to bed! You feel overwhelmed and exhausted, and don't know where to turn. This is the time to call someone like me who helps people through the tough times. Think of it like a getting a "tune-up" for your life: adjust this part here, and replace that piece there, and now your life is running like a well-tuned engine again.
(208) 310-7067
Office is near:
Eagle, Idaho 83616
Stephanie Baker, Counselor  in Eagle
“Let me walk along beside you on this journey toward personal growth. You may be deciding what direction to take. Your road may be filled with dust, dirt, and seemingly insurmountable boulders. No one escapes life without some form of struggle, trauma, or brokenness, which needs to be resolved. I help clients feel empowered to explore life issues leading to growth. I work with individuals, couples, families, and teens. With help from an objective other, couples may be offered new perspectives or ideas for enhancing relational satisfaction. I also enjoy working with teens and finding creative ways to engage them.
(208) 623-8298
Office is near:
Eagle, Idaho 83616

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