Nicole Garvin, LCSW
Nicole has been providing counseling services to individuals and families in the Treasure Valley since 2016. She has an extensive history of working with trauma, women’s issues, young adult issues, teens/kids, LGBTQ + and eating disorders. She is passionate about her work helping others.
It is her life’s calling to empower others by assisting them in working through trauma, life stressors and growing into the best version of themselves.
In sessions with Nicole, she works to provide active listening, reflection, and search for meaning in the issues and concerns you bring to each appointment. Nicole knows that counseling is a collaborative process and will always ask for permission and understanding from you as you move through the therapeutic process with her.
As a therapist, Nicole is open-minded, educational, insightful, playful, and creative. Nicole can be direct when needed but balances that with nurturance and compassion for her clients.
Tera Miller, LMSW
Tera believes that healing is a collaborative process that requires accepting clients as they are and providing space to allow for the discovery of hidden potential. Tera uses motivational interviewing and strengths-based approaches to help identify goals so that she can collaboratively work with each unique client to reach their goals with grace.
Tera draws from multiple methodologies to provide an eclectic approach to enrichen therapy and provide the best fit for individuals and their unique concerns. There is not a one size fits all solution for any given issue, but through a creative and explorative lens, Tera helps her clients use self-determination to guide their therapeutic process.
As a therapist, Tera is energetic, upbeat, compassionate, encouraging, down-to-earth, and direct (when appropriate). She aims to combine experience, education, and creativity while maintaining a realistic approach to addressing concerns.
Tera has extensive experience and expertise working with trauma, LBGTQ+ community members, anxiety, depression, suicidality, conduct, oppositional defiance in adolescents, spirituality, mindfulness, motivation, and self-esteem.
Stacey Cooper, LMSW
Stacey has been working with community members in the Treasure Valley since 2014. She has served in the community as a Guardian Ad Litem and at the Department of Health and Welfare, Third District Courts and at several school districts. She has been providing counseling services specifically since 2018. Stacey is a lifelong learner and prioritizes providing ethical and informed care to her clients. Stacey believes that counseling is the process of working towards understanding yourself so you can heal old wounds and hurts in order to move to overall health and happiness.
The techniques that Stacey draws from include Protective Parenting, CBT, Play Therapy, and Narrative Therapy. Stacey uses empowerment and strengths based interventions. She also draws from Health at Every Size to provide inclusive care. Stacey is an LGBTQ+ affirming provider.
Stacey is a compassionate and encouraging Therapist and an attentive listener . Stacey is direct when appropriate to provide honest and helpful feedback. In sessions, Stacey teaches coping skills and problem solving skills through interactive activities to engage her clients at any age.
Stacey offers specialized care in depression, anxiety, self-esteem, peer relationships, social skills, behavioral issues, family conflict, self-harming/suicidal issues, eating disorders, child abuse, sexual abuse, domestic violence, anger management, attachment issues, parenting skills, LGBTQ+ issues and religious trauma.