Lisa Wilmore, LCPC
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Idaho. Through my practice, I strive to provide a safe space where you can connect with your most authentic self. I believe this work is best done with a non-judgmental, genuine, therapeutic relationship. Like many counselors, I grew up with mental health challenges in my own family. Today, I feel deeply privileged to be invited into the stories of other every day.
I enjoy working with people from many diverse backgrounds. I have training in advanced play therapy, trauma-informed care, and am certified in Level 1 Gottman Method couples therapy. I also received a specialized degree in Alcohol and Drug Addiction counseling. I specialize in working with teens, distressed couples, and people struggling with addiction. I received my bachelor’s degrees in Anthropology and Environmental Science and worked in Michigan’s low-income schools for 4 years after graduating. In 2016 I received my master’s degree in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Western Michigan University. My approach to counseling comes from an attachment perspective wherein we learn how to adapt to life’s hardships through our most important relationships. I value the opportunity to walk with you in your journey, no matter where you are at.
Outside of work I enjoy cooking and love being outside in any capacity—rock climbing, backpacking, fly fishing, skiing, etc. I am also a tutor for research paper writing at my local community college.
Individual Therapy: $200
Psychotherapy is a form of therapy that’s designed to help you regain control of your life if you’re suffering from a mental health disorder or difficult life circumstances. Therapy helps you to get out of your own way, develop tools for coping, and become clear on your goals. Sessions are 45-60 minutes.
Teen Therapy: $200
Teens lack of life experiences and coping skills can make the pressures of life and mental health conditions difficult to navigate. Teen therapy takes a more creative approach to therapy by focusing on strengths, coping skills, and enhancing positive social supports. Sessions are 45-60 minutes.
Couples Counseling Bundle: $800
There’s a common misconception that couples therapy is only for couples in a crisis. However, couples therapy is a specific type of psychotherapy that helps couples improve their communication skills, learn to recognize and resolve conflicts, and build healthy, loving relationships. It is usually short-term, following a specific treatment plan to address your relationship’s needs and weaknesses. The couples therapy bundle includes 5 sessions of therapy in a package deal. These bundles offer more structured sessions that include assessment, homework, psychoeducational information, and goal setting. Each session is 45-60 minutes.
Family Counseling Bundle: $800
There is no such thing as a perfect family. But, if you find yours struggling with resentments, misunderstandings, and anger, family therapy can help. Family therapy is designed to address the behaviors and communication styles of each member of the family and how they affect the group as a whole. The goal of family therapy is to provide a safe environment in order to explore issues and find solutions. The family therapy bundle includes 5 sessions of therapy in a package deal. These bundles offer more structured sessions that include assessment, homework, psychoeducational information, and goal setting. Each session is 45-60 minutes.