Mental Health Care
We share the goal of helping you regain control of your life and want to help you reconnect with your family, friends and community. By taking an integrated approach to treating health and using the skills and experience of our professionals, we’re able to provide treatment for a broad range of health concerns, from primary health care to mental health care.
If you or someone you know is looking for help, you’re in the right place. Our team of health experts can provide the compassionate support and treatment needed to promote health and wellness. (208)890-7165
Our Licensed Mental Health Care Professionals
Getting help for mental, emotional, spiritual, or relationship issues can be difficult. Finding the right mental health professional can help you take control of any issue in your life. We work to provide unique, individualized care for every individual who comes to us by offering mental health services that may help you or your loved one manage mental health concerns, geriatric-related mental health needs or substance abuse problems.
Our mental health services include a full continuum of care for children, teens, adults and seniors to help heal both the mind and the body using flexible, patient-centered and culturally-sensitive treatment approaches to help ensure that your needs are met.
Are you working through specific life challenges?
Looking for a greater balance overall and asking important questions about who you are and how you want to be in the world?
Morgan Health Centers is staffed with experienced, licensed mental health professionals including, psychologists, social workers, mental health counselors, and nurse practitioners.
One of the most important elements of effective therapy is a safe and trusting relationship through the developing alliance between therapist and patient and through this bond, a new way of interacting with self and others will be born.
Mental health professionals represent several professions that specifically work with people dealing with cognitive, behavioral, and emotional issues. Some professionals work with individuals, families, groups, and communities to deal with mental health issues and improve mental well-being.
While other professionals identify or diagnose mental health crises, disorders or illness and provide treatment. Most have at least a master’s degree or more-advanced education, training and credentials. Some mental health professionals can help someone better understand and cope with thoughts, feelings and behaviors. They can also offer guidance and help improve a person’s ability to achieve life goals.
Certain Mental Health Professionals may
- Work with individuals, groups and communities to improve mental health
- Encourage clients to discuss emotions and experiences
- Examine issues including substance abuse, aging, bullying, anger management, careers, depression, relationships, LGBTQ issues, self-image, stress and suicide
- Work with families
- Help clients define goals, plan action and gain insight
- Develop a mental health care plan
- Refer clients to psychologists and other services
- Take a holistic (mind and body) approach to mental health care
- Team Alphabetical
- Team by Location
Meridian or Boise, Idaho
- Team by Profession
Administrative, Mental Health Care, Physical/Primary Health Care, Nutritional Health Care, Integrative Health Care
- Mental Health Care Team
Counselors, Therapists, Mental Health Evaluators, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Social Workers, Medication Management
- Physical Health Care Team
- Nutritional Heath Care Team
- Integrative Health Care Team
Our Integrative Health Care Providers of all professions who may consider Complementary and Alternate Medicine (CAM) as part of a treatment plan.
- Mental Health Care Team