Lizzie finds great satisfaction and honor in working with individuals, couples, and families on their path to a happier and healthier life. She believes that mental health is vital to people’s well-being and is passionate about helping them discover ways to improve.
Lizzie graduated from Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2017 with a BS in Marriage and Family Studies and a Minor in Music. Since then, she has worked with many children, families, and individuals in the mental health field as a Community-Based Rehabilitation Specialist, Case Manager, Targeted Care Coordinator, and Respite employee. She is now pursuing an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, is part of the Omega Nu Lambda National Honor Society, and has been working as a master’s level Intern since the beginning of 2021. She is also a member of the American Counseling Association.
Originally from Wisconsin, Lizzie enjoys exploring the mountains in Idaho, visiting national parks, and spending time at lakes that remind her of the Midwest. When she has free time from her studies, she loves spending time with her family and her dog.
Jacob enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families to improve mental health as well as satisfaction and well-being in life. Jacob believes that counseling services are for everyone and seeks to improve his cultural competency on an ongoing basis to provide best practices to all his clients. Working through an existential perspective Jacob strives to find and build meaning in people’s lives and help them on their path to reaching mental wellness and their authentic selves.
After graduating from Brigham Young University – Idaho in 2019 Jacob started, and is currently working on, his Master’s degree at Idaho State University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Jacob has been interning and counseling individuals since January 2021 and was invited to join the Chi Sigma Iota honor society.
Being born and raised in Rexburg Jacob knows the area, the culture, and the community. He enjoys road trips with his family and having fun. He loves anything that is great fun and builds relationships like tabletop games, yard games, and visiting fun new places.
I strive to live and work using this Mr. Rogers statement as my motto: “When we talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary.” My goal is to help children, individuals, and families learn to identify their emotions and find ways to express them that are healing and serve as building blocks for healthy lives and relationships.
Currently, I am pursuing a Master of Social Work at Northwest Nazarene University, and I received a bachelor’s degree in Child Development from Brigham Young University Idaho. I currently work for Madison Cares, the mental health department of Madison School District. As a parent educator and Care Coordinator, I work with families to reach their children's developmental and social-emotional milestones. I also partner with teachers and families to teach children coping skills, teach parenting classes, and coordinate Madison Cares’ summer camp program.
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