Fred Itveldt, PMHNP-BC, provides evaluation and monitoring of psychiatric medications along with prescribing when necessary to manage symptoms. Fred is NO LONGER ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS. Lindsay Richerson, DNP, PHMNP-BC, offers expertise in treating substance use disorders and co-occurring mental illness. At this time all appointments are at our office via Telehealth. Coming Soon: Katherine Hevly, PHMNP-BC, will provide psychiatric medication management to members over age 18. She is in the process of obtaining her Idaho license and has over 15 years of experience working within psychiatry.
Our therapists offer a wide range of services in a safe, supportive, and caring environment to help members with personal growth and improving their well-being. We are offering Telehealth sessions as well as limited face to face sessions at this time.Learn More
Case Management assists members to access community resources through linking and coordination services to meet their basic needs and increase stability in their lives.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is focused on enhancing members’ capabilities by teaching them behavioral skills. Research has shown DBT to be effective in reducing suicidal behavior, non-suicidal-self injury, psychiatric hospitalization, treatment dropout, substance use, anger, and depression and improving social and global functioning.Learn More
Peer Support providers model mutuality, trust, recovery, and coping skills. Peer Support providers help members problem solve barriers and regain control of their lives.
CBRS providers teach members skills lost as a result of their mental health condition. Members relearn social, basic living skills, budgeting, and financial management skills for independent living.