Joshua Dugger, LCPC, NCC, Lead Clinic Manager, Supervisor has had the pleasure of working with clients both in Kentucky and in Idaho, both in the community and in an office setting. He enjoys working with clients from childhood through their lifespan struggling with depression, anxiety, personality disorders, self-harm, oppositional-defiant disorder, conduct disorder, substance abuse, and various other needs and concerns. One of the most important things to him in the treatment process is helping clients find their own strength that allows them to feel confident in their own personal journey. His primary focuses include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person Centered Therapy, mindfulness strategies, and behavioral modification. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and collecting music records. He is also trained in providing TeleMental Health Services.
Tami Harris, LPC, has worked with diverse populations, uses treatment modalities to provide tools to help manage symptoms and shift to a place of wellness. She has experience and interest in the treatment of trauma, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, behavioral problems, and relationship difficulties. She has received training in several treatment modalities and interventions, specializing in trauma, including Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Hypnotherapy, and Mindfulness. Tami is passionate about helping people work towards their goals in a safe, healthy, and therapeutic environment. has worked with many diverse populations of all ages and is skilled in many different treatment modalities.
Katie Miller, LPC, NCC has professional experiences in teaching, coaching, counseling, nutrition consultation, and leading workshops and presentations. Therapeutically, Katie focuses on supporting those faced with anxiety, eating disorders, grief, life transitions, sports performance, career counseling, and stress management. Katie offers an eclectic treatment approach including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Choice theory, and Solution Focused
brief therapy. Nutritionally, Katie uses an individualized approach to support the nutritional challenges of those with anxiety, ADHD, depression, sensory challenges, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, osteoporotic conditions, and sports performance. Katie also offers presentations on mental health and nutrition topics. She firmly believes in the healing power of humor. She is also trained in providing TeleMental Health Services.
Sydney Stringer, LMSW received her Bachelor's degree in Social Work from Boise State University and has her Master's degree in Social Work from Case Western Reserve University. Sydney works with a wide variety of ages; children, adolescents, adults, and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Sydney has also worked with foster children through being a CASA volunteer. She is a Certified Trauma Professional and trained in Sand Tray, CBT, Play Therapy and Internal Family Systems. In addition, she is training her puppy, Lucy, to be a Therapy Assisted Dog to help provide comfort and cuteness in her sessions. Helping is her passion. Sydney loves to help guide the process of healing and allowing others to find their own strength. In her spare time, she enjoys quality time with her husband, daughter, and two dogs, camping, four-wheeling, hiking, skiing or snowboarding. She also loves to read and use creativity, whether it be with crocheting or painting.
Pamala Want, MS, has a Master's degree in psychology and is currently working towards licensure. She has many years of experience in Targeted Care Coordination and Case Management services for those of all ages. She has worked with diverse populations to link and connect those with services and resources who seek case management and targeted care coordination. She also provides psychological testing services as a service extender under Ann Trotter, PhD.
Ashley Wolfe, LPC, MS, CMHC, has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the College of Idaho and has her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in trauma and crisis from Walden University. She is also certified in Psychological First Aid. Ashley is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and works extensively with first responders, veterans, individuals, couples, families, and teenagers.
Dakota Grende, LMSW, has held multiple roles in the mental health and social services fields serving communities in Alaska and Idaho over the past 6 years. Dakota graduated with her Master's degree in Social Work from Boise State University. Dakota enjoys working with diverse client experiences and families from different backgrounds, cultures, and life. Dakota has significant experience addressing behavioral challenges with children and providing parenting support for families. Dakota also has been trained in variety treatment modalities to help support clients using an approach and plan best suited to meet the needs and goals of each individual. Her treatment trainings include Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) and daily Mindfulness. She is also trained in providing TeleMental Health Services. In her free time, Dakota loves to engage in dance and art activities, and spend time traveling to new places.
Corbin Burkett, BS, LPC, has a Master's degree in clinical counseling with an emphasis in grief and trauma counseling from Northwest Nazarene University. He received his Bachelor's of Science in Psychology and obtained a certificate in the ASIST program for suicide prevention. In previous years, he held the secretary for the Chi Sigma Iota honor society Nampa NNU Chapter. Corbin has served over thirteen years in the military as both a Marine and a National Guardsman working both combat roles as well as clerical positions. He has also worked previously in different government fields as a state correctional officer and a psychiatric technician for the state school hospital. Corbin works with all ages and has an eclectic theoretical base for treating clients. He focuses on psychoanalysis and understanding the roots of trauma, as well as how underlying issues may lead to some anxiety and behaviors. He believes that by journeying into oneself with introspection and analysis encourages a deeper understanding to further repair what issues one may be facing. He is also trained in telehealth. He believes his family, along with his counseling profession, is his reason to be on this earth, Corbin loves serving others and witnessing the rewards of wellness in individual’s lives.
Ronda Cox, LCSW, received her Masters of Social Work from Boise State University. She has worked in the social work field for over 15 years. She has experience working with diverse populations of all ages in different settings including hospitals, hospice, schools, camps, and jails with those experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, substance use, ADHD, personality disorders, relationship/parenting difficulties and more. She is trained in DBT, CBT, EMDR techniques, Co-Occurring disorders, and Telehealth Services. Ronda feels honored to be invited to serve others as they recover, heal, and rebuild their lives through attainable goals and baby steps. She loves meeting people and helping them along their journey to bigger and better things, or just to help them feel “unstuck” in a situation or feeling. She likes to cook, travel, read, and have “hammock time” when not witnessing humans working on creating their best lives. Her favorite things to do is spend time with my friends and family.
Jordyn Aydelotte, BS, LMSW (she, her) graduated with her Master's of Social Work from Boise State University. Jordyn received her Bachelor's of Science in Marriage and Family Studies at Brigham Young University - Idaho in 2019. Jordyn's professional background includes administration and caregiving for aging adults in assisted living and memory care communities, providing one-on-one behavior intervention therapy to adults, teens, and children with developmental disabilities, working with adults and teens as a psychiatric technician in an acute psychiatric hospital setting, mental health case management and skills training for children, teens, and adults, including adults with severe and persistent mental illness as part of the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) program, and facilitating curriculum-based groups on parenting, grief, and Enhanced Illness Management & Recovery (EIMR). While she favors an affirmative and person-centered approach in therapy, Jordyn specializes in Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Solutions-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) as interventions. Jordyn offers a unique and fresh focus on issues of diversity and inclusivity, parenting skills, relationship skills, as well as inner child work as it relates to attachment theory, all within a holistic, trauma-informed perspective. Jordyn is an LGBTQIA+, ethnicity-diverse -friendly clinician and excels in working with older children, teens, and young adults. When Jordyn is not at work, she can be found listening to podcasts about mental health and parenting, singing/dancing like no one's watching, or working with horses.
Beth Grover, BS, Case Manager, graduated with distinction from Utah Valley University with a Bachelor of Science degree that emphasizes Social Work. Beth provides case management for individuals and families. Over the past 18 years Beth has used her training and education to obtain and utilize appropriate, beneficial social and community services for families of children who have special needs. Beth has also worked as a Para-educator for the West Ada School District where she assisted students in Special Education, Extended Resource, and Positive Behavior Intervention. In her free time, Beth enjoys spending time with her husband and two children. Together they enjoy road trips, camping, cooking, playing games, and watching movies.
Kaitlyn Mecham, BS, LPC, received her Master's degree from Northwest Nazarene University in clinical counseling, with an educational certificate in school counseling. Kaitlyn has an emphasis in crisis, grief and trauma, as well as training and supervision in art therapy, play therapy, and sand tray therapy. Kaitlyn enjoys using hands-on techniques in therapy and is always looking for opportunities to learn more. She loves working with all ages but tends to find herself working more with children, adolescents, and their parents. Prior to her internship, Kaitlyn was working in an elementary school as a paraprofessional, where she discovered her passion for working with kids. Kaitlyn’s primary focus in counseling includes Choice Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, play therapy, and mindfulness. Counseling is a big step towards growth and healing and Kaitlyn would be honored to take those steps with you. When she is not in her office, you can find Kaitlyn reading, traveling, and enjoying the outdoors.
Angie Joseph, BS, Clinical Intern, graduated from Chico State with her Bachelor's degree in Psychology. She is currently a student with Walden University working on her Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has worked in an occupational health clinic, as well as primary practice, that have focused on First Responders and their wellness for 15 years. She has a passion for working with First Responders and their families. Angie enjoys working with individuals, teenagers, and couples.
Chase Hayes, BS, MSW Intern, is currently attending Ohio State University pursuing his Master's Degree in Social Work. He achieved a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Central Florida in Psychology. Chase served six years in the United States Air Force as a Security Forces Staff Sergeant. While he was in the military he was awarded three Achievement Medals and Distinguished Graduate from Airman Leadership School. He is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and eager to learn more to be able to help people become the best version of themselves. Through teamwork, dedication to the process, and hard work the future is limitless.
John Jones, LCPC, has been working in mental health counseling for the past 13 years. He has worked in Agencies, Private Practice, Residential, and inpatient and outpatient at the VA. John enjoys working with all demographics within mental health, including individuals, couples, and families. He works with most mental health issues and specializes in working with trauma and sexual abuse. He is trained and certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Christian Counseling, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). John is a US Navy veteran and enjoys working with active military, veterans, and first responders. John is working towards completing a Ph.D. in Counseling Education and Supervision at Capella University.
Stacie Garton, Client Care Coordinator/Administrative Manager/Billing Specialist has more than a decade of experience working with insurance companies, billing, as well as managing practices and many more years of customer service in addition to being self employed for 27 years. She is happy to answer questions, plan for appointments, help resolve concerns, and make your visits positive. Stacie enjoys spending time with her family, going to the mountains, and riding horses.
Beth Grover, BS, Intake Coordinator/Client Care Coordinator/Case Manager graduated with distinction from Utah Valley University with a Bachelor of Science degree that emphasizes Social Work. Over the past 18 years Beth has used her training and education to obtain and utilize appropriate and beneficial social and community services for families of children who have special needs. Beth has also worked as a Para-educator for the West Ada School District where she assisted students in Special Education, Extended Resource, and Positive Behavior Intervention. In her free time, Beth enjoys spending time with her husband and two children. Together they enjoy road trips, camping, cooking, playing games, and watching movies.
Maria Masuca, Client Care Coordinator/Administrative Assistant, is bilingual, both in English and Spanish. She has over 25 years of experience in customer service in medical office administrative roles such as insurance verification, referrals, and other assigned duties. Maria will ensure a positive experience and help resolve any concerns you may have. Maria loves spending time with her family, likes to take road trips, and watching sports.
Becky Waggaman, LCSW, CCFC, CLC, HNCC, CEO, specializes in anxiety, post traumatic stress, divorce, parenting, fire setting behaviors, oppositional defiance, behavioral issues, anger, depression, and grief/loss. Becky is a licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Clinically Certified Forensic Counselor, Certified Life Coach, Certified in Holistic Nutrition, trained in TeleHealth, EMDR trained, and a published author and national speaker. She has worked in the mental health field since 1993. Currently, she counsels men, women, children, families, and couples, specializing in cognitive behavioral therapy treating anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, depression, and behavioral issues. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, the National Association of Clinically Certified Forensic Counselors, the Northwest Children’s Trauma Network, and the Critical Incident Stress Management Association. She has extensively counseled children, teens, families, couples, parents, individuals, and employee assistance programs. Becky has spent years training and consulting other mental health professionals. She is an approved supervisor with the State of Idaho for social workers and counselors who need private practice clinical hours. Becky has also developed a curriculum for juvenile fire setters for the fire departments in the state of Idaho and have worked with the Fire Departments and juveniles in the Treasure Valley since 1994. Her work with the Fire Departments was recognized and awarded by the Regional Northwest Allstate Insurance Group. She has authored and published a children’s book, “Mending and Healing” aka "Split in Two" as well as numerous self help articles. She had developed a website to provide resources, teach, encourage and inspire others. She has also developed curriculum for workshops regarding healthy relationship building groups for women as well as teens to encourage and discover sense of self and live life to the fullest.
Van Waggaman, CBC, CFO, Business Operations, is a U.S. Navy Veteran and a retired Idaho State Police Officer, Van also has over 25 years of being a Director of Financial operations for corporate companies based throughout the nation. Van has worked with diverse populations and has traveled the world, both, business and pleasure. He brings his expertise of working with both, the private sector as well as public agencies.
3071 East Franklin Road, Suite 201
Meridian, ID 83642