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Therapists in Boise

Meridith Ann Dahlin, Counselor  in Boise
“You may have heard of the "medical model" where the client is viewed as a patient and the emphasis is on the problem. As a solution-focused professional counselor, I see you as a client I work together with to find solutions to the problems bothering you. As far as theories go, I especially like the work of Albert Bandura who introduced the idea of self-efficacy, a person's belief in their own ability to do good things.
(208) 285-2114
Boise, Idaho 83702
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
Rick Blood, Counselor  in Boise
“Therapy is difficult. My intention is to create a comfortable environment in which clients can face very difficult issues, topics, or problems. Creating a positive, non-judgmental, therapeutic alliance is my initial goal in treatment. I work with adolescents and adults. My experience includes, but is not limited to, treating anger management, trauma & abuse, couples, addictions, depression, anxiety, and parenting issues.
(208) 904-3370
Boise, Idaho 83704
Victor Durnil, Counselor  in Boise
“I am passionate about my work with my clients and believe that no matter how difficult the immediate situation may be, there is a manageable path to feeling better. I enjoy working with diverse issues, but am particularly passionate about my work with men, sexual addiction issues, and helping people heal from past trauma. I am trained in EMDR and other trauma treatment methods, and have an extensive background in working with domestic violence and sexual abuse issues. I provide a safe, non-judgmental, and client-centered environment for change.
(208) 904-1089 x106
Boise, Idaho 83706
Easter Seals-Goodwill, Treatment Facility  in Boise
“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
Boise, Idaho 83704
Michael T. Spengler, Counselor  in Boise
“Our practice focuses on helping men and women with problematic sexual behavior. We work with people trying to make small changes and people who are in severe pain because of addiction. We believe it is important to help everyone affected by addiction and we are equipped to help spouses, partners, and families as well.
(208) 806-0718
Boise, Idaho 83706
Emma R Campbell, Psychologist  in Boise
“No matter a person's background, therapy is a place where uniquely painful experiences and the daily hardships of life can be transformed into joyful growth and peaceful acceptance. I help individuals learn new ways of relating to others, develop deeper understanding of themselves, and begin to see the world in a new light. My expertise is in marital and family counseling where I help people develop healthy communication and greater harmony in their relationships. I assist people in working through complex issues of grief and loss, and in exploring areas related to personal growth and spiritual development.
(208) 806-2602
Boise, Idaho 83704
Peter Billings, Counselor  in Boise
“I really admire people who come in for counseling. My goal is to help you build on that courage to find your own unique solutions. I believe that a lot of the pain we feel as people has to do with the state of our relationships. That's why I specialize in working with couples using Emotionally Focused Therapy (http://www.iceeft.com). This well-researched model helps couples get free of repetitive negative patterns that hurt, and replace them with skills for building a deeply satisfying, trusting connection.
(208) 297-5474
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
Julie Rachlin, Counselor  in Boise
“Despite our unique strengths and resilience, life can sometimes overwhelm us. I believe in the human spirit to triumph through adversity and heal. I'm particularly interested in ways we can change the quality of your life by healing attachment wounds, and shifting old patterns. Such patterns, though brilliant in their historical context, are often self-defeating and at odds with our deepest longings and goals.
(208) 647-0776
Boise, Idaho 83702
Taylor Jensen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boise
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“What if we already have everything that we need? What if at a fundamental level there is nothing actually wrong with us, and that all the guilt that we feel, the self criticism that we engage in, clinging to the belief that we are bad never touches our basic wealth? What if behind the clouds of fear and regret there is a brilliant Sun that is always there, waiting to show its true nature?
(208) 714-4758
Boise, Idaho 83702
Karen Louise Bradley, Counselor  in Boise
“I want to assist intelligent individuals who are finding life's challenges to be a bit overwhelming and want help now.
(208) 994-5147
Boise, Idaho 83709
Judy N Lam, PhD, PLLC, Psychologist  in Boise
“I help you to promote and enhance your resilience and self-renewal. You'll learn skills to overcome anxiety, depression, and relationship issues to achieve a greater sense of emotional well-being. You will learn to manage life stresses yourself, and I'll provide support by coaching you on proven approaches. You'll practice and master these skills to thrive in emotional vitality. In just a few months, you'll notice renewed mastery, providing you with a well-earned sense of relief and emotional resilience. I am a certified EMDR therapist to provide emotional well-being from trauma and attachment issues. I'm listening.
(208) 994-5457
Boise, Idaho 83702
Christine Isaacs, Psychologist  in Boise
“I have been a licensed psychologist in Boise since 1987 after being an Associate Professor at the University of Montana from 1981-1987. I work with children, teens, individuals, families and couples who bring concerns ranging from past abuse, marital difficulties, depression, anxiety and other mood disorders, parenting problems, divorce, loss/grief, family distress, gender/sexuality issues and personal conflicts. My goal is to help relieve not only the symptoms that clients bring to therapy but also to address the origins of their distress and to help them move from pain and confusion to a more integrated sense of self.
(208) 647-3003
Boise, Idaho 83702
Julie Severson, Counselor  in Boise
“It takes much courage and strength to seek therapy.I believe that the path to healing and wellness is an empowering process of growth. I provide a genuine accepting and supportive environment in which to explore and navigate through the challenges in your life. I strive to assist clients on their personal journey of self-discovery by treating each person as an unique individual.I specialize in collaborating with clients to strengthen self-worth, find basic unmet human needs, and understand the significance of relationships. My goal is to assist in discovering solutions and skills to meet client needs.
(208) 449-1216
Boise, Idaho 83702
Joy Erman, Counselor  in Boise
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with experience as a registered nurse. I believe in integrating mind, body and spirit to create the optimal you. My treatment approach utilizes Positive Psychology, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Adlerian Theory. I also use EMDR to help resolve traumatic experiences. I accept insurance and can work with clients in need on a sliding-scale basis.
(208) 932-4964
Boise, Idaho 83702
Stephen H Hill, Psychologist  in Boise
“If you or your family want to improve your communication, have fewer relationship conflicts, and eliminate your unnecessary anxiety, depression and stress, I can help by creating a trusting relationship and a personalized plan. I will support you to set your own pace, and with your permission, will challenge you to grow from the right amount of feedback. By keeping my caseload small, I can give careful attention to everyone I see. I accurately diagnose and treat ADHD, teach effective parenting, guide children and adults through marriage and family counseling, and if need be, lead them in adjusting to divorce.
(208) 495-4050
Boise, Idaho 83702
Evergreen Behavioral Health, Counselor  in Boise
“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
Boise, Idaho 83716
Laureen (Laurie ) Rhuman, Counselor  in Boise
“I congratulate you on taking the first step in seeking counseling for yourself. Life can be challenging and we all need help at times to sort it all out. Maybe you're feeling disconnected from others, feel angry more often than not, turn to food or other substances to cope with stress, going through a divorce, or you are experiencing depression or anxiety symptoms that are interfering with your life. Whatever the case may be, I would like to help. Together, we will address the issues that are standing in the way of you experiencing and enjoying the life you desire.
(208) 877-2159
Boise, Idaho 83709
Kama Hiner, Counselor  in Boise
“Are you feeling overwhelmed and looking to find balance in your life? I help busy professionals become more present in their personal lives, more efficient in their professional lives, and more intentional in how they choose to live their lives.
(208) 297-3240
Boise, Idaho 83706
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