Dr. Wall & Associates continues to work to bring the most knowledgeable and passionate providers together in an environment that fosters development of clinical skills and knowledge necessary to set our providers apart and ensure you always get ground breaking and meaningful interventions.
MISTY L. WALL
PhD, MSSW, LCSW
Dr. Wall has 23 years experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families in all stages of life. She has experience in working with complex family systems, those currently in crisis and those who have experienced trauma. She has extensive knowledge and experience in working with individuals and families navigating Queer identities and experiences, recovery from Trauma, adoption, dissociative disorders, loss as well as complex mental illness.
Clinical Specialties: Queer and Questioning, Gender Confirming Treatments, Marginalized populations, Post Traumatic Stress Disorders, Dissociative Disorders, Complex Trauma, EMDR
Jennifer works with children and adolescents, adults, and geriatrics in the Treasure Valley. She has experience in working with complex family systems, those currently in crisis and those who have experienced trauma. She has extensive knowledge and experience in working with individuals and families dealing with grief, anger, oppositional behaviors, and loss as well as complex mental illness.
Clinical Specialties: Grief, Family Conflict, Coping Skills, Anxiety, Anger Management, Depression, Relationship Issues, Self-Harming and Trauma.
Caroline has extensively worked with children and adolescents, adults, couples and families. She has experience in working with complex family systems, those currently in crisis, those experiencing acute hospitalization, and those who have experienced trauma.
Clinical Specialties: Anger Management, Oppositional Behaviors, Personality Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Attachment Disorders, those who identify within the LGBTQIA umbrella, and complex mental illness.
Now offering EMDR.
Lore has spent her career working primarily with individuals and families experiencing severe and persistent mental illness. She excels in working with families impacted by chronic and complex trauma, disrupted attachment, cognitive impairment, oppositional behaviors, interpersonal instability, complex mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders.
She has extensive knowledge and experience in navigating access to needed benefits and community resources, specializing in supporting applications for disability benefits for adults whose conditions prevent substantial work activity.
Lore is under clinical supervision with Dr. Wall and working toward the 3,000 hours required for clinical licensure in Idaho.
Clinical Specialties: Adults with complex trauma who have severe challenges in daily functioning, co-occurring disorders, and severe and persistent mental illness. She is SOAR certified.
Ryan works with adults, adolescents, couples and families. He has experience in working with complex family systems, those recovering from trauma, especially individuals recovering with intimate partner violence; anxiety disorders and depressive disorders.
Clinical Specialties: EMDR, Trauma recovery, intimate partner violence, Personality Disorders, those who identify within the LGBTQIA umbrella.
Willow has spent her career working primarily with individuals, families, and groups recovering from substance use disorders, co-occurring mental illness and grief, perfectionism, and medication assisted treatment (MAT). She has extensive knowledge and experience supporting those navigating substance abuse recovery in all stages of change, including legal complications that may arise during recovery.
She excels in working with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, anger issues, codependency, dual diagnosis, and is a certified grief counselor and trauma counselor.
Willow is under clinical supervision with Dr. Wall and working toward the 3,000 hours required for clinical licensure in Idaho.
Clinical Specialties: Substance Use Disorders (SUD), Trauma Recovery, Grief Recovery, Codependency, Anger Management, Serious and Persistent Mental Illness
LCSW, Certified Case Manager,
Registered Clinical Supervisor
Jeannie has 25 years of experience working with individuals and families navigating mental health struggles. She excels at working with adolescents with depression and other mental health struggles, behavioral, legal struggles, and LGBTQIA+ experiences.
Jeannie is experienced conducting crisis interventions, forensic evaluations, helping people access emergency mental health treatment, helping seniors manage life transitions, and extensive knowledge of mental health resources available for seniors with Medicare.
Clinical Specialties: Adolescents, adults and seniors impacted by mental health struggles, families in crisis, and supporting LGBTQIA+ individuals and their families.
Service Dog in training
Vader is a three-year-old, 200 pound, great dane. He has mastered (that may be a bit strong) sit, down, wait, kiss, and more. He has not mastered personal space. We are enjoying watching him learn and grow.
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