"I appreciate that making the decision to come to therapy can be intimidating. You may feel conflicting emotions about therapy; you have the desire to be fr
"I have been trained in many therapeutic approaches. My style is interpersonal and analytical. I look at the whole person and believe that you know yourself
"It's my belief that most of us really try to do the best we can in life. But have you ever felt "stuck"? Like you know what you're doing isn't working, but
"I offer a therapeutic, supportive, warm space for you to heal and grow. I believe in offering my clients the space they need to explore their feelings and
"I am very practical in my counseling. I have training in many different approaches. My goal is to choose those skills that will move my clients as quickl
"Throughout the process of our human life, we cross thresholds into new life experiences that open opportunities of individual awareness. These personal awa
"Over the past 20 years, I have developed expertise in many areas to help people heal, grow, and thrive in their lives. I am generally very effective with
"Feeling stuck and overwhelmed at times is a part of being human and seeking compassionate, professional help is proactive and necessary. My approach is war
"I view each client as a unique individual and realize that no matter what their presenting concerns are their life experience is distinctly their own. I be
"If you're frustrated by repeated arguing, devastated by infidelity or lack of trust, you can connect again. If you are longing for the confidence, closen
It’s normal to experience mental health issues and relationship problems. Talking to a licensed therapist can help. Therapy can teach you more about yourself and your mental health concerns in a healing way. Many therapies are evidence-based and have been proven effective.
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Boise is the seat of Ada County and the capital of Idaho. With a land area of 79 square miles, it is the largest city in the state. Boise has a population of 223,000 people. Around 15,800 of residents are military veterans.
The ethnic composition of Boise is 84% white, 8% Hispanic, 4% Asian, and 1% black. Around 8% of the Boise population is foreign-born. Ten percent of residents speak a foreign language at home. The city is home to 8,700 Spanish speakers and 1,200 Chinese speakers.
People in Boise earn a mean annual wage of $30,800. The median household income is $52,200. Sixty percent of families in Boise own their home. Over 14% of residents live below the poverty line.
The Mental Health Coordinator (MHC) works with community partners and the Boise Police Department (BPD). Together, they work to bring mental health services to residents in crisis. The MHC helps educate police to identify and interact with people experiencing mental health concerns.
The BPD has also received Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT) training. CIT serves two purposes. The first is to improve officer and public safety. The second is to direct residents with mental health concerns away from the judicial system and toward treatment. BPD officers receive CIT training in verbal de-escalation, interviewing special victims, responding to residents with autism, and scenarios involving the use of force. An estimated 133 BPD officers have completed CIT training.