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Therapists in Boise

Ashwood Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Boise
“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
Boise, Idaho 83704
Brittany C Kasefang, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boise
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT
“Brittany Kasefang is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist offering counseling services in; couples and family, parenting, trauma, grief, depression, anxiety, premarital counseling, survivors of physical and sexual abuse for children, adolescents, and adults. Brittany especially enjoys working with pre-teens and adolescents and families. Brittany supports clients using a systemic approach with models such as structural, solution-focused, and emotionally-focused, and Bowenian. Brittany believes that the most helpful way to work with a client is to look at a client through their relationships they create and systemic factors that are involved.
(208) 417-0173
Boise, Idaho 83709
Alana J. Brunner, Counselor  in Boise
“My work has encompassed a diverse group of clientele from the young to the elders in our community, and the chronically mentally ill to those struggling with situational depression and anxiety. In my practice a variety of issues are addressed, such as: self-esteem, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, anger management, communication, boundary work, etc. I have specialized experience working in inpatient settings and have a solid understanding of when a client may need a higher level of care.
(208) 668-0149
Boise, Idaho 83702
Rachel Root, Psychologist  in Boise
“My approach to therapy is one that is collaborative in nature, client-driven, and specifically suited to fit each individual's needs. I have helped clients deal with issues ranging from the treatment and maintenance of severe mental illness, to working with clients who simply wish to improve their day to day lives. My therapeutic style can help couples regain their intimacy and compassion for one another, help parents deal with children who are having behavior problems, assist individuals in difficult transitions or assessing the areas in their lives that need re-adjustment, and much more.
(208) 826-4055
Boise, Idaho 83709
Patti Chromey, Counselor  in Boise
“Stories have always been an important part of the human experience, from early man sitting around a campfire to the modern entertainment industry and news media. Stories shape our reality, define our self worth, and inform us of our core values and beliefs. I believe everyone has a story but the narratives are often less than ideal. By listening to your story, I can aid you in being able to fully express yourself and embrace your unique narrative.
(208) 991-3255
Boise, Idaho 83702
Jeralyn Jones, Psychiatrist  in Boise
“Your initial visit will include a thorough history of your mental and physical health. From there, we will work together to sort out the type of intervention best suited to you. Our field has discovered many ways to help people; there is not a "one size fits all" cure. My job is to help you re-engage your strengths to move forward with the life you envision.
(208) 789-2881
Boise, Idaho 83702
Katie Hood, Counselor  in Boise
“I am passionate about helping others. I enjoy working with individuals, couples and families. My own family has been effected by mental illness, addiction and family issues. I believe that my personal life experiences combined with my education have enabled me to have a great deal of empathy for others.
(208) 904-3654
Boise, Idaho 83712
Caroline E Collins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boise
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I love to meet with clients who are ready to make a change. You may not know what the change is, how to make it, or why you might need to, but you know that something needs to change. That's our starting point.
(208) 505-9659
Boise, Idaho 83706
Becky Huskinson, Psychologist  in Boise
“My goal as a psychologist is to help clients experience a full life and wide spectrum of human experience. One of the most important aspects of counseling is developing a trusting relationship with a compassionate therapist. Through this non judgmental relationship, I will help you to let go of the struggle with pain, and become more mindful, getting clarity on what matters to you and learning to engage in a full vibrant and effective life. I work with adolescents and adults with a variety of issues including anxiety, and depression.
(208) 462-0988
Boise, Idaho 83714
Jennifer Gess, Counselor  in Boise
“I provide counseling services for children, youth, young adults, and families who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer and/or allies (LGBTQA). I provide a warm, safe place for my clients to connect with their authentic self in a private setting. Together, we will explore your unique experiences, thoughts and feelings. At your discretion, we will develop a plan that works to best suit your needs to support your journey. My goal is to assist you in empowering yourself through balance, awareness, knowledge and various skills that enable you to gain further meaning and understanding in your life.
(425) 922-9016
Boise, Idaho 83706
Shannon Traver, Counselor  in Boise
“I believe the most important aspect of therapy is to offer hope and facilitate healing. It takes a lot of courage to seek counseling. My style is easygoing and supportive which allows your strengths to shine.I place a lot of importance on building strong relationships with clients. I've been a counselor for ten years and for the last five l have devoted myself solely to private practice. Let's find creative solutions to your problems, increase your success, and renew your zest for life. Day and evening appointments available.
(208) 871-7693
Boise, Idaho 83712
Ann O Young, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boise
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I work with adolescents and adults of all ages in both short term focused counseling and longer term psychodynamic psychotherapy. I am committed to providing a comfortable and safe environment where each person is supported and encouraged to pause and reflect on their lives in the midst of our fast paced and ever changing world. I honor each person and their ability to discover their own innate wisdom as they move deeper into their own feelings and experiences. I rely on my intuitive sense and compassion to build a strong and genuine relationship.
(208) 452-0214
Boise, Idaho 83702
Rachel Briggs Gutierrez, Counselor  in Boise
“I am passionate about helping people see their true potential. Many times, life changes, family issues, mental illness, and negative thinking get in the way of seeing who we truly are. I am committed to working with individuals, couples, and families through their journey; getting back to a healthy place through Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I believe that compassion, understanding, and trust are important in the therapeutic process. Therapy is provided in a safe, comfortable, non-judgmental and supportive therapeutic environment.
(208) 591-8049
Boise, Idaho 83702
Christine Klover, Counselor  in Boise
“I have helped couples work on their relationship communication and my clients have worked on their anger, self-esteem, significant life changes or difficult life situations and relationship challenges. I consider the stories that clients tell me to be a gift. As a counselor it is my intention to give my clients the opportunity to tell me their story in a place where they are not judged and where they can begin to explore options for feelings and behaviors. The client-counselor relationship is about working together so the client can make positive changes in their lives.
(208) 369-4494
Boise, Idaho 83706
Denae L. Barowsky, Counselor  in Boise
“I offer a warm, therapeutic, and supportive environment designed to aid in your healing and growth. I believe in therapy that allows you the space needed to truly explore your thoughts and feelings so that you may share in a manner that is most meaningful to you.
(208) 874-4880
Boise, Idaho 83706
David Nichols, Counselor  in Boise
“You are most likely here because you want something in your life to change. I would be honored to support you in that process. I believe at times we all grapple with who we want to be versus who we are right now. Within that gap we find ourselves struggling with depression, shame, anxiety, and so many other problems that we are all too familiar with.
(208) 647-0453
Boise, Idaho 83702
Tim Furness, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boise
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LCPC, LMFT
“Most of us would prefer to deal with life's difficulties on our own. And much of the time we succeed to varying degrees. But when a particular difficulty keeps getting us down, or when we're faced with a situation we don't feel particularly well equipped to deal with, an objective, caring professional who knows how to listen and problem solve may be just the right person to help.
(208) 258-3201 x101
Boise, Idaho 83702
All Seasons Mental Health, Counselor  in Boise
“Helping people adjust to life changes requires a deep understanding of the struggles they face daily. With our professional support, clients are able to determine and achieve personal goals. This can ensure a balanced life that reflects one's personal values and priorities.
(208) 402-6138
Boise, Idaho 83704
David DeLawyer, Psychologist  in Boise
“I am a clinical psychologist who has been in private practice for nearly 25 years. Adult clients seek me out for treatment of anxiety, depression, work stress, life changes, adult ADD/ADHD, and parenting problems. My work with children, teenagers and families includes various types of behavior problems, school problems, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, and problems adjusting to the changes and upheavals that often occur in the lives of families. The therapy I do with clients is practical, solution-focused and effective. The exact approach I take with each client depends on his or her particular needs and presenting concerns.
(208) 449-1446
Boise, Idaho 83702
Leah Felice Reagan, Counselor  in Boise
“Hello! For over 10 years I have successfully worked with children, adolescents, families, and adult women in the Treasure Valley. I am passionate about helping clients to negotiate the challenges they are encountering in their lives and learning new skills and behaviors to help them to cope with whatever issues they may be experiencing.
(208) 944-2498
Boise, Idaho 83704
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