Providers

Jodie Lewis
Lead Therapist

Reaching out for help is not easy, and I applaud your courage and hard work as you look to make real change, find hope, and create a more meaningful life.

I specialize in helping people who have troubled relationships, low self-esteem, addiction, depression, and anxiety. I have many years of experience working with clients in sorting out how mood (e.g., depression and anxiety), personality, and substance use interfere with changing behavior and reaching goals.

I offer a relatable, reliable, and relevant style that allows the therapeutic process to proceed organically through an alliance with you as my client. The relationship we develop together is the primary element that facilitates positive and beneficial changes in your life. My goal is to assist you in developing tools and skills to achieve and maintain a sense of balance and to cultivate the wisdom necessary for lifelong growth and development.

I come to the therapeutic relationship having had a diverse range of life experiences that shape who I am and how I approach my work. I have spent much of my training and early career in organizations that support social justice, equality, and the delivery of culturally competent services to marginalized populations.

These experiences have fostered values of humility, openness, acceptance, and respect for the inherent worth of each individual I work with. I honor your dignity and choices as you explore and evaluate difficult experiences on your path toward healing.

I meet you in the process of change exactly where you are, but also act as a guide to get you where you want to be.

I integrate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), and psychotherapy models into my personal counseling theory to fit my personal style and technique while taking into consideration you as a person, your culture, your values, and the issue or problem you present during therapy. These approaches focus on the present and changing behavior to improve the future. They include methods to reduce unhelpful behavior, increase connection to self and others, identify values and needs, and take action to achieve desired results.

I subscribe to:

Code of Ethics of the American Counseling Association (ACA)
Code of Professional Ethics for Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CRC)
Idaho State Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists (IBOL) Code of Ethics

Education, Training, and Additional Credentials:

I graduated from the University of Idaho with a Masters of Education in Rehabilitation Counseling and Human Services

Current Licenses:

Licensed Certified Counselor (LPC)
National Certified Counselor (NCC)
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC)

 

I am a Verified Therapist on Psychology Today, a site with detailed listings to connect you with qualified mental health professionals.

Cameron Cushing
Therapist

I value the positive impact mental health counseling can have in instilling respect for oneself, while also empowering others as individuals, couples, families, and communities.

Counseling will help you heal and feel whole. I specialize in helping people overcome mental health barriers, anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem. I have significant experience working with clients living with disabilities, helping them sort out negative self-beliefs and mood (e.g., depression and anxiety), identifying primary emotions and how those emotions can potentially help guide them towards healing.

 

Through your voice we can work to navigate and overcome the challenges in your life. As a Licensed Professional Counselor in Idaho and a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, I am here to listen and meet you where you are. Through my own personal experience, counseling helps me on the path to healing and acceptance.

My approach to counseling is collaborative, and I have experience with counseling adolescents, adults, and the elderly. I have a person-centered therapeutic foundation to foster positivity, independence, and personal empowerment. I have spent much of my training and early career in the field of rehabilitation and mental health counseling helping people achieve their daily living and vocational goals.

I am a father and a husband with a young son. I value humor in daily life and look forward to working together towards acceptance and positive action. I’m proud to be a part of the telehealth team at One Change Group, and I am here to provide you with the support you need to make positive change.
 
Through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Emotional-Focused Therapy (EFT), and psychotherapy models, we can focus on present behaviors to improve your future. We will reduce unhelpful choices, increase connection to self and others, identify values and needs, and take action to achieve desired results.

I subscribe to:

Code of Ethics of the AmCode of Ethics of the American Counseling Association (ACA)
Code of Professional Ethics for Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CRC)
Idaho State Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists (IBOL) Code of Ethics

Education, Training, and Additional Credentials:

I graduated from the University of Idaho with a Masters of Education in Rehabilitation Counseling and Human Services.

Current Licenses:

Licensed Certified Counselor (LPC)
National Certified Counselor (NCC)
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC)

 

I am a Verified Therapist on Psychology Today, a site with detailed listings to connect you with qualified mental health professionals.

Irene Topp

Therapist

We are all familiar with struggle, moments of stuckness, and times we need a little help. Therapy is a great way to work through these moments while learning, growing, and meeting the goals you have set for yourself. Each person’s experience is dynamic and diverse. My therapeutic approach honors this diversity by being eclectic, person-centered, and evidence-based.

A strong working alliance is integral to a positive therapeutic experience. This is built by creating an open and non-judgmental atmosphere where you can feel safe to share your story and identify the areas where mood, behavior, or past and current experiences are affecting your mental health and personal goals.

 My style is informed by cognitive behavioral therapy, including trauma-informed practices, mindfulness, psychodynamic therapy, and narrative therapy. My style is flexible and diverse to meet the needs of each specific client through evidence-based practices.

I am a licensed professional counselor and certified rehabilitation counselor. My education included a focus on mental health counseling, trauma-informed practices, and education surrounding working with people with disabilities. My career has been shaped by the many positions I have held within the counseling field, including Mental Health Interning, Case Managing, Rehabilitation Counseling, Developmental Disability Services, School counseling, child and family counseling, and working with people who are unhoused. I have worked with children and adults who have experienced trauma, families within the foster care system, adults transitioning to work after a disability, and individuals with depression, anxiety, and other severe emotional disorders. This diverse experience has informed my professional development and style allowing for me to be flexible and intentional with my therapeutic style and strategy. I look forward to working with you in your therapeutic journey with One Change Group.

 

I subscribe to:

Code of Ethics of the AmCode of Ethics of the American Counseling Association (ACA)
Code of Professional Ethics for Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CRC)
Idaho State Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists (IBOL) Code of Ethics

 

Education, Training, and Additional Credentials:

I graduated from the University of Idaho with a Masters of Education in Rehabilitation Counseling and Human Services.

 

Current Licenses:

Licensed Certified Counselor (LPC)
National Certified Counselor (NCC)
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC)

Verified Therapist on Psychology Today, a site with detailed listings to connect you with qualified mental health professionals.

Laura Bonneville

Therapist

We are all familiar with struggle, moments of stuckness, and times we need a little help. Therapy is a great way to work through these moments while learning, growing, and meeting the goals you have set for yourself. Each person’s experience is dynamic and diverse. My therapeutic approach honors this diversity by being eclectic, person-centered, and evidence-based.

A strong working alliance is integral to a positive therapeutic experience. This is built by creating an open and non-judgmental atmosphere where you can feel safe to share your story and identify the areas where mood, behavior, or past and current experiences are affecting your mental health and personal goals.

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor and have worked in a diverse, fast-paced medical setting for the past seven years. I have also worked in residential treatment, assisted and skilled nursing facilities, facilitated support groups, and worked as a skill builder (formerly known as Psycho-Social Rehabilitation, or PSR) for clients aged seven to 70 years old. Additionally, I have worked with patients with clinical insomnia and have a sleep program. I am certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i).

 

I subscribe to:

Code of Ethics of the American Counseling Association (ACA)
Idaho’s Division of Occupational and Professional Licenses (DOPL) – Rules of the Idaho Licensing Board of Professional Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists

 

Education, Training, and Additional Credentials:

I graduated from the University of Idaho with a Masters of Education in Rehabilitation Counseling and Human Services

 

Current Licenses:

Licensed Certified Counselor (LPC)
National Certified Counselor (NCC)