Counseling Services

What is Counseling/Therapy?
Therapy is based on a joint effort and relationship between you and a therapist to work towards common goals. Goals in therapy are directed and defined by you. A therapist provides a supportive, non-judgmental environment with specific training in different types of therapeutic approaches/modalities to help you overcome many different types of difficulties and find solutions to help you live more full, happy and productive lives. Therapy can be implemented in an individual, couple, family and group setting. 

Group Counseling
Women’s The Power to Change
Support Group      

6 to 8 pm Tuesdays 
Open to those struggling with any past trauma, sexual abuse, rape, or hate crime with a focus on “survival” coping skills, mindfulness and problem solving, which can help manage depression, anxiety and PTSD symptoms.'


Women’s Domestic Violence Support Group 
6 to 8 pm Thursdays
For more information and to register for group, call our case manager at 208-733-2558 ext. 2.  All information is confidential.  All groups are facilitated by licensed mental health professionals. All services are FREE of charge.

Individual Counseling
Individual counseling is provided by a licensed mental health professional utilizing various evidenced based methods including: Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Crisis Based Interventions, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Solution-focused therapies. 

Childcare is provided at groups. Childcare can be provided upon request for individual counseling sessions.
Support groups for children available, inquire within.

hotline: 208-733-0100
ADMIN: 208-733-2558
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