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Therapists in Kuna

Stephanie Alvarez,   in Kuna
“I believe people desire to be well, yet sometimes we can all run into difficult situations that hold us back from our true potential. The past can impede current and future goals. Relationships can be difficult. Obstacles, chaos or rigidity can prevent desired mental, emotional and spiritual balance. I understand life difficulties and would be honored to assist you in finding your answers; to empower you in your strengths and goals. Discover how you can make lasting change, in a safe, protected environment. I enjoy working with individuals, couples, families, and various types of group.
(208) 413-9905
Kuna, Idaho 83634
William Hansen, Counselor  in Kuna
“The greatest asset anyone can have is a powerful support system. As a proponent of family systems, I work with couples to establish a safe and trusting relationship that creates peace and energy in their marriage. We look at all aspects of a successful marriage, including communication, trust, money and sex. I work intensively with individuals who struggle with addictions, to include sexual addictions, pornography and general impulse control. We work together to more fully understand the process and create opportunities for management of those parts of life that create so much anxiety.
(208) 228-5267 x16
Office is near:
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Soni Myers, Counselor  in Kuna
“My goal is to provide you with a safe place where you can find perspective on your journey toward healing and wholeness. I am experienced in working with a wide range of presenting issues, including but not limited to: distressed couples, divorce recovery, blended families, codependency, spiritual/ministry issues, anxiety, abuse recovery, trauma recovery, depression and grief. I am also the director and clinical supervisor at Refuge Counseling Center LLC. I am a Christian and I'm comfortable integrating your faith into the counseling process. You do not need to adhere to any specific faith to seek services with me.
(208) 449-1423 x201
Office is near:
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Shirley A O'Neil, Counselor  in Kuna
“I am committed to fostering hope and healing through the therapeutic relationship with each client. Each client is a unique individual, and I tailor the therapeutic relationship towards individual needs and concerns.
(208) 904-2480 x106
Office is near:
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Kathleen Marie Michaud, Psychologist  in Kuna
“I have expertise dealing with issues ranging from day to day stressors arising from relationships or work, to serious and chronic conditions related to severe trauma and abuse. An ideal client is one who is willing to entertain the idea of healing even if ambivalent that it can occur, and who will engage in a therapeutic relationship even if trust has been a challenge in the past. Whether it is addiction, questions about sexuality or gender, concerns about the normalcy of one's experiences, or myriad complexities of daily life, I invite you to begin or continue your journey in a safe and confidential environment.
(208) 971-5806
Office is near:
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Ashwood Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Kuna
“Ashwood Recovery is dedicated to providing the same quality of care we would desire for our own loved ones. We specialize in treating addiction, alcoholism and those with co-occurring disorders. We work with both adults and adolescents. Our program is private and personalized. We treat professionals such as doctors, nurses and lawyers as well as, everyday working people. Our program was created by recovering people for those serious about finding recovery. The clinical team is comprised of Licensed Counselors, Social Workers and Addiction Counselors. We also have a Psychiatrist on staff who understands the complexity of treating addicted individuals.
(208) 895-7950
We serve:
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Easter Seals-Goodwill, Treatment Facility  in Kuna
“We use a strengths-based approach to help people in their recovery; this approach to working with clients is called person-centered planning (PCP). PCP is a process (involving families, friends, and other persons identified by the client) for treatment planning and supporting clients. The PCP process is centered on honoring clients's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences. This process is used to develop a comprehensive treatment plan and is used to promote community inclusion and participation; independence; and productivity. Specific services provided include: Case Management and Service Coordination, Drug and Alcohol Treatment (Intensive Out Patient and Out Patient), Mental Health Counseling, Life Skill Classes, Psychoeducational Groups and Nurse Practitioner Services.
(208) 789-2613
We serve:
Kuna, Idaho 83634
Midvalley Healthcare, Treatment Facility  in Kuna
“Intensive Outpatient (IOP) is a bridge between traditional outpatient mental health treatment and acute psychiatric hospitalization. You receive at least 9 hours a week of treatment in an outpatient setting, and you are able to remain at home.
(208) 228-5635
We serve:
Kuna, Idaho 83634
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