John Condron MS, LCPC, MAC







I guess I’m an “elder” at 64, but I relate well with tweens, teens,  and adults. If you’re looking for a buddy, I’m pretty friendly and we can just sit and talk; but I’d much rather we roll up our sleeves and work side-by-side to improve your life and that of your family!

A Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, I am experienced in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Hypnotherapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), all of which can be done via secure video. I can help with conditions like Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Addictions, and Oppositional Defiant Disorder, each of which is often related to past traumatic events.

A sex-positive counselor, I am a member of the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom, as well as the Secular Therapy Project. I do not “push” my values or beliefs and will respect yours.  Most importantly, I will not judge you, and will provide accurate information on this sensitive topic.

Master Addictions Counselor, I treat people as individuals and don’t automatically assume people having problems with alcohol, drugs, gambling, online gaming, sex, pornography, etc., are necessarily “addicted.” There are lots of other reasons people might have such difficulties.

DOT Substance Abuse Professional (SAP), I am qualified to oversee substance abuse treatment of drivers, pilots, etc.


COMMENT: One advantage of having been in the counseling field since the early 1980s is I’ve had time to get lots of training and experience, from which I hope my clients and their families can benefit.

Pam Brown, MS, LCPC

{{ "In a dark place we find ourselves, and a little more knowledge lights our way." - YODA }} I have worked in the mental health field for over 11 years. Beyond high school, I started at Idaho State University where I earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in music and then received my Masters degree from Northwest Nazarene University.

{{ "Truly wonderful the mind of a child is." - YODA. }} I love working with kids and teens!!! I'm working towards a certification in play therapy and in animal-assisted therapy. Children use play to tell us what they are struggling with and I want to listen.


{{ "Happiness is a warm puppy." - Charles M. Shulz }} My counseling partner, Lola, is a 4 year old Schnoodle who enjoys playing fetch, chasing birds and squirrels and also rolling around in whatever smells good to her at the time. Her favorite quotes are "Wanna go outside?" - Mom, and "Wanna go home?" - Mom.


Todd DeVries, LMSW

Todd found his way into the field of mental health after 25 years of working with people who have disabilities. He learned that all of us are just one misstep away from joining the largest minority population in the world. Fortunately, living with a disability need not be disabling! Resilience,creativity, new ways of thinking, and problem solving open doors to life's possibilities.
Todd is a licensed MSW and graduated as the oldest member of his graduating class. He believes self-redefinition is not only possible, but essential in our fast-changing world! Areas of interest are in solution-focused therapy, community development and people experiencing life transitions.Todd has presented on disability and technology issues at local, state and national venues.
Passions: Kayaking, cross country skiing, computers and how they change lives, reading books,listening to classical music, and interacting in meaningful ways with friends and neighbors.
Indulgences: Making a good cup of morning coffee, Rubin sandwiches, baseball games, dinner outwith friends, spending time at or on the ocean, and sleeping in a tent.
Dislikes: tomatoes, peanut butter, most commercial television, motorized off-road vehicles, people with unquestioned opinions, the NFL, NASCAR, and anything to do with carpentry.
Oh yes. Todd is blind. He uses a white cane, reads braille, owns lots of devices which talk, and plans to be the first person in Idaho to own a self-driving car.


Cindy Adamson, LCSW

Cindy agrees that life is harsh and brutal, there are many trials and struggles; she also believes that we are tougher than we think, we are stronger than things are terrible and we can do difficult things.    She was raised in Colorado, came to Idaho in 1984, graduated from Walla Walla University with a Master of Social Work and has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 2006. 

She values what each person brings to the therapeutic relationship.  Being a mom, a grandma and in a committed relationship are her highest priorities and joys in life.   Family and friends are a must in the goal of finding balance in this chaotic life that we lead.  

Cindy works with people who are struggling through life transitions such as divorce, new relationships, chronic illness/pain, loss and grief, changing family roles and mental health challenges.   She utilizes a range of therapeutic modalities and interventions; she is creative in the application and teaching of skills and techniques.  

Her background includes working with high risk adjudicated juvenile offenders, child protection investigator for the State of Idaho; frequently testifying as an expert witness; co owner of an agency that provided Adult Misdemeanor and Juvenile probation and parole for the Courts and since 2001 she has been working to help people with Mental Health and Developmental struggles.   

Favorite statement:  “This current burden in not my future, it is part of the journey to help me be the best I can be.”

Angelika Gutenberger, LPC

As a graduate from Regent University, VA in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program with a certificate in Trauma and Crisis, AngeIika believes that trauma from childhood and from the present effects every aspect of life and creates a wide variety of issues. Assessing for what is going on allows her to create a treatment plan unique to the individual. Life experience has taught her practical ways to manage mental health and trauma issues and pass these skills on to her clients.

Angelika has been specifically trained to deal with mental health disorders and has an additional certificate in Trauma and Crisis featuring courses such as PTSD/Compassion Fatigue/Trauma; Sexual Trauma/Domestic Violence/Human Trafficking; Crisis Trauma & CMH; Disaster Trauma & Psychological First Aid. She is also trained in EMDR one of the leading trauma therapies
She knows what it is like to deal with the stigma of mental health issues and to hunt for a provider only to find out that all they do is listen. Angelika creates an atmosphere of understanding and gives her clients the tools they need, so they can have success on their own. Hoping you will allow her the privilege of accompanying you on your journey to recovery!!

Shasta Hardee, LMSW


Traci Kettle, LMFT

Paula Green, LMSW

Paula received her Bachelor of Social Work degree at Idaho State University and a Master of Social Work degree at Boise State University.

Paula moved to Idaho Falls over 15 years ago embracing the cultures and the peoples of Idaho. Her passion for helping people motivated her to start a new career in social work later in her life. She often claims, “It is never too late to seek your dreams” and “You are never too old or too young to make positive changes in your life.”

Paula applies the Strength-based approach, believing that all individuals have internal strengths and resourcefulness to attain their goals and dreams. Her conviction that every individual has intrinsic value and infinite worth inspires her to practice Person-centered therapy. Therefore, Paula acts as a compassionate supporter, listening without judgment, empowering, and encouraging people of all ages to use their strengths to experience healing and wholeness.

Understanding that each person is unique, Paula uses a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Family Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness-based practices, including many other therapies to ensure that treatment embraces the uniqueness of each person and provides an opportunity to reach their personal goals.

Steve Miner MS-MFT, LPC

 Marriage and Family Therapy

'No marriage or family is perfect. In fact, many people may even admit that their families are downright dysfunctional. Traditional families are not the only types of families that seem to have problems, however. Because marriages and families today come in all shapes and sizes, marital and family problems can affect all sorts of non-traditional families as well, including blended families, extended families, single parent families, and families with same-sex parents.

All different types of families might be affected by all different types of problems. There are, however, a few very common arguments that arise in many families, causing undue stress and problems. Some common arguments may be about infidelity, jealousy, financial disagreements, child rearing, household responsibilities, substance abuse, mental illness, teenage rebellion, various career paths, and more.'


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Clinically trained in: Level l Gottman Couples Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Family Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, Strategic Family Therapy, Bowenian Family Therapy, Dynamics of Group Therapy


Roberta "Bobbie" Gustafson, LMSW 

Roberta can provide Individual and Family Counseling, CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Strength-Based Therapy, Women's issues therapy, children's issues therapy, and more. She provides a safe space for all of her clients so that they can feel heard and understood. Her main focus is helping her clients work through any/all of their struggles to maintain peace and good mental health. She has experience with helping clients through anxiety, trauma, depression, and many other common issues people face throughout their lives. She is excited to meet you and help you grow into the person you want to become. 


Cindy Wade, LPC

Cindy is a Licensed Professional Counselor.  She received her Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and her Master’s degree in Counseling, both from Idaho State University.  Cindy has worked with K-12 children and college level students, families, individuals, and couples.  She has enjoyed working in the school district, including the alternative high school.  She has worked in a clinical setting and on campus with traditional and non-traditional college students. Cindy has also worked with the elderly in Residential Treatment Facilities, and with numerous community service organizations, as well as prison ministry. Cindy works from a humanistic perspective and utilizes various theories best suited for the client.  She works with all populations and is trained to use EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and Brain Spotting for processing trauma.  She utilizes Filial and Play therapy, Adlerian therapy, Reality therapy, CBT, DBT, and is solution focused. Cindy just completed Level l of Gottman Couples Therapy. Cindy values building a relationship of trust with each individual client and feels this is vital for the journey to healing. Her office is a safe space where the client can comfortably express concerns and fears, and find acceptance without judgment. She looks forward to walking your journey with you. 

Jennica Grover, LMSW


Mel Rayne-Martin, Intern


Melissa Roberts, Intern


Janie Marley, LMSW