Nampa, Idaho Therapists

Find a therapist in Nampa, Idaho  that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in Nampa to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and more.

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Boise, Idaho

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Idaho

In 2018, I opened the doors to my clinic with the goal of providing patients in Nampa with top-of-the-line mental health services. Whether you’re looking for a bit of counseling, or need professional assistance overcoming a traumatic experience -...
Adriane Meng
LPC-Supervisor 1, LCPC
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Caldwell, Idaho

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Idaho

I am Adriane Meng, a licensed clinical professional counselor and owner of Mindful Expressions Counseling, LLC in Caldwell, Idaho. If you know someone suffering from Anxiety, Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress, Life transitions, Body Image issues,...
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Meridian, Idaho

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Idaho

Jodi Anderst is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is the founder and owner of Monarch Behavioral Health in Meridian, Idaho. Opened in 2013, Monarch Behavioral Health primarily specializes in Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), but also...
Danielle Wayne
LCSW, LICSW, LISW
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Idaho, Iowa

Therapy for Millennials and Young Adults. Are you struggling to navigate the changes and challenges that come with being an adult? Do you feel like you can't figure out who you are? Are you having a hard time with self-care or adulting? Young adults...
Hillary Cook
LCPC, MS
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Boise, Idaho

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Idaho

Have you been thinking about seeing a therapist to ease emotional distress? Are fear, anxiety, grief or traumatic experiences keeping you from achieving the happiness and success that you want? Do you suffer from excessive worry, fear, anxiety or...
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Boise, Idaho

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Idaho

I offer a safe, healing environment to explore the issues in your life that you want to change. If you are tired of struggling alone, or don’t where to begin, I encourage you to reach out. I welcome you with an open heart and honor being part of...
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Idaho

Hi! I’m Krysteena and I am a licensed therapist. I graduated with an MA in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Marriage & Family therapy in 2012 and have been practicing in a variety of settings for the past 8 years. I work with...
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Boise, Idaho

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Idaho

I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and have been in practice in the Boise area since 2002. My past experience includes addiction treatment with adolescents and adults, anger management and domestic battery treatment, as well as working...
Dalana Thompson
L.P.C, MS
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Boise, Idaho

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Idaho

I am a licensed professional counselor (LPC) providing counseling services to adults, children, families, or groups. I received a Bachelor’s in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Counseling from Boise State University. I have enjoyed working...
Melonie Gale
LMHC, LMFT, LPCC 15, LCPC, MA
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Boise, Idaho

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Idaho

It’s all about balance and self perception...With over 30 years experience, I’m here to help facilitate a safe, nurturing environment for your growth and healing...Making a decision to help yourself by choosing therapy is one of the most...
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Boise, Idaho

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Idaho

You are an amazing human being! We all need to be reminded of our value and purpose in life. Getting a different perspective on life can create awareness and ignite positive change. I specialize in creating balance for the mind, body and spirit by...
April Watts
LCPC, Ed.D.
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Boise, Idaho

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Idaho

Do you try to “have it all together” on the outside but on the inside you’re doubting yourself, bottling up your emotions, or worried others will think less of you when/if they see the “real” you? Maybe you continue to spend time with...
Alex Duncan
MS, LPC
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Boise, Idaho

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Idaho

I am a licensed professional counselor here in the state of Idaho. I graduated from Northwest Nazarene University with a masters in clinical mental health counseling specializing in Logotherapy (my main treatment modality which aims at finding...
Rebecca Gonzales
LMFT, LMFT-Supervisor, LCPC
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Boise, Idaho

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Idaho

Life is full of challenges, and sometimes these can lead to stress and feelings of hopelessness that effect our everyday lives and relationships. I am here to provide a safe, caring, and compassionate environment that will encourage you to find your...

An Overview of Mental Health in Nampa, Idaho

Nampa, Idaho, is a mid-size city in Canyon County in the southwestern part of the state. It offers some positive traits that make it a lovely city to call home. Known for the comfortable climate, Nampa is a great place to enjoy outdoor activities, and the weather is just one of the attractive features. The unemployment rate of 4.5 percent is lower than the national average, and job prospects continue to improve. A growth rate of 2.9 percent is expected in the coming ten-year period. The weather is another benefit to life in Nampa. Winters are slightly cooler than the national average, but so are the summers.

Despite all the things to love about Nampa, you have to remember that living in Nampa does have its challenges. For example, the income tax rate of 7.4 percent is higher than the national average of 4.6 percent. The median household income is lower than average, $44,079 per year in 2016 compared to $51,807 for the state as a whole. The crime rate is slightly higher than the national average, 289.5 incidents per 100,000 in the population as compared to 278.1 for the United States. The vast majority of the criminal activity involves property crimes rather than violent offenses against people.

In order to gauge the general health of the region, in 2017, Saint Alphonsus Hospital published a Community Health Needs Assessment. One of the most striking figures that emerged from the study was the number of families living in poverty. The researchers took a unique look at this, combining the traditional measure of families living at or below the federal poverty line with a measure called ALICE. This mnemonic stands for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed and includes consideration of the cost of living and household income of the county. When taken together, 40 percent of Nampa households fit this category.

Economic Challenges in Nampa, Idaho

Economic difficulty is strongly correlated with the need for mental health services and barriers to accessing it. The following data from the Community Health Needs Assessment indicates a myriad of mental health and substance abuse challenges for the Nampa area.

  • More than 16 percent of those surveyed indicated that they experienced seven or more days of poor mental health in the previous 30 days.
  • More than 13 percent described 14 or more such days.
  • Canyon County has only one mental health provider for every 883 people in the population.

While these statistics may not seem optimistic, it’s important to note that poverty rates in Nampa are on the decline for most age groups. The exception is, unfortunately, children. The number of children living in poverty in Canyon County exceeds 25 percent.

Available Mental Health Services in Nampa, Idaho

Providers working in Nampa offer a variety of services to people dealing with acute and chronic mental health conditions. This list includes a few of these agencies.

  • Luke’s Clinic has a Psychiatric Services division serving those age 18 years and older. The facility accepts most insurances and offers discounted services for those without coverage.
  • The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare offers mental and behavioral health services to adults and children. Services are provided on a sliding fee scale based on income. No one is turned away due to an inability to pay.
  • Allied Mental Health Services, PLLC provides case management, counseling, medication management and more to the client and his or her family. Clients pay based on a sliding scale. The agency uses a multi-faceted approach to deal with the behavioral manifestations of mental health disorders while seeking to address the underlying issues as well.

How to Find a Mental Health Professional in Nampa, Idaho

Behavioral issues, substance abuse problems, and other mental health problems are deeply personal. In order to be comfortable discussing them with a professional, you need to choose someone you’re comfortable with. You may not want to ask your friends and family for a referral. E-Counseling’s online directory can help with that. You’ll find a list of mental health professionals in the area along with detailed information on credentials, qualifications, and level of experience. Each profile includes a photo and a personal statement written by the therapist to help you choose the person who is right for you.