The Children’s Home Society of Idaho, a Boise-based non-profit organization that provides emotional and behavioral health care to at-risk children in southwest Idaho, has added nine new staff members to its roster of professional counselors and psychosocial rehabilitation specialists.
The expansion of clinical staff will allow Children’s Home Society’s Warm Springs Counseling Center to better meet the needs of the community by offering a wider variety of appointment options, including evenings and weekends, and reducing the wait list for emotional and behavioral health care.
New clinical staff members include Julia Wood, LPC, NCC; Tori Beauclaire, LPCP; Melinda Kaserman, LPC; Cyndia Glorfield, LCPC; Kim Keys, LPC; Erica Van Leuven, LCPC, NCC; Kristi Weismann, LPC; Brhe Minkler, LPC; and Beau Dahlgren, PSR. For more information about new staff or the Warm Springs Counseling Center, please call 343-7797 or visit www.childrenshomesociety.com.
opens IMAGE file About the Children’s Home Society’s Warm Springs Counseling Center
The Warm Springs Counseling Center is an outpatient counseling center for children and families. It is operated by the Children’s Home Society of Idaho, an organization that has been caring for Idaho’s children since 1908. The mission of the Children’s Home Society is to improve the lives of children in the community. Today the organization accomplishes this mission by operating the Warm Springs Counseling Center which provides superior emotional and behavioral health services to at-risk children and the families that care for them.