Our master's level counseling interns provide reduced-fee sessions.
You simply pay what you can afford, between $20-$60 per session.
Dylan Haas (he/him)
As a trauma-informed counselor my work is focused upon people struggling with alcohol and/or drug addictions as well as those experiencing depression, anxiety, low self-image or feeling generally overwhelmed. I employ a sex-positive approach when working with clients, to best serve those struggling with their relationship to sex, sexuality, and sexual identity as well as those experiencing difficulties in their primary relationships surrounding intimacy, vulnerability, and codependence.
I approach counseling through an existential-humanist lens. At our core, we are all humans walking through this brief life – we have fears and joys and traumas and anxieties and all manner of experiences that come to form and shape how we navigate our lives, for better and for worse. The sense of balance and comfort we feel within our daily lives depends greatly upon the extent of our own self-awareness. I approach each client with an open heart, seeking to meet them wherever they are emotionally, spiritually.
In our work together my goal is to help you re-establish a feeling of balance and harmony within your own life, following whatever path your experiences and personal goals suggest, always with the underlying objective of increasing your self-awareness. Through self-awareness we have the opportunity for growth.
Call: (208) 994-4137
Kim Gattiker (she/her)
I am most alive when connecting with others and sharing in our individual and collective search for meaning and answers. I strive to help others find peace in their lives. When we are open and curious we find answers to our deepest concerns and questions.
I came to my counseling career later in life with humility in serving others and with reverence for the therapeutic relationship. My own experience as a counseling client informs my practice. Through a person-centered approach, we can work collaboratively to help you find your way, your hope, and the power that resides within you. I use elements of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) in my approach.
My practice welcomes adults of all backgrounds. I work with people in the areas of relationships and sexuality, aging, anxiety, depression, personal growth, self-esteem and substance use. I am available for appointments on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. I am currently pursuing my Master of Arts in Counseling from Boise State University with an emphasis in addiction. When not counseling, I enjoy hiking, dancing/movement, practicing mindfulness and backpacking.