FAQ 2017-03-24T02:29:23+00:00

What type of counseling is offered at Creekside?

We offer individual counseling for children (including play therapy), adolescents and adults. In addition, we offer couples counseling, as well as group therapy.  We specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, sex addiction, Trauma, and grief and loss issues, to name a few. In addition, we provide parenting education and EMDR.

How do I set up an appointment?

Call our front desk at 208-529-5777 and ask to make an appointment with the provider of your choice. If you do not have a preference for a specific counselor, the front desk staff can assist you in making the choice that best suits your mental health needs.

Does Creekside bill my insurance for me?

Yes, as a courtesy to you we bill your insurance. Any cost not covered by insurance is due at the time of service. If you have questions regarding insurance coverage please contact your insurance company and inquire about your mental health benefits.

Does Creekside accept Medicaid or Medicare?

Unfortunately, we do not. However, we are happy to make appropriate referrals to other clinics in the area who participate with Medicaid or Medicare. As an alternative, we generally have a student intern from ISU who can see clients who cannot otherwise pay.

What age do I have to be to receive counseling?

We see clients of all ages.

Do the therapists at Creekside offer religious-based counseling?

Creekside Counseling is not a religious agency. However, our providers come from diverse backgrounds and bring with them  various educational and philosophical perspectives. If you have a preference we will work with you to see that the counselor  assigned is an appropriate fit for you. Our goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment that meets all of our client’s therapeutic needs.

Does Creekside offer educational classes or groups?

Creekside offers a monthly lecture series that covers a variety of topics. We also run groups for sex addiction recovery as well groups for partners who suffer from betrayal trauma.