Integrative Psychology

Awareness based, Insight oriented, Goal focused

What is Integrative Psychology?

Integrative psychology merges Western psychological interventions with Nondual and Buddhist meditation practices to address a variety of mental health and spiritual concerns.  Michael finds the greatest sense of well-being and healing comes from living a life of presence, vulnerability, and awareness.  Integrative psychology: awareness based, insight oriented, goal focused.

Populations served:

  • Veterans and active duty service members
  • Individuals
    • Adults
    • Elders
    • Older Adolescents (17-18yrs old)
  • Couples

Issues addressed:

  • PTSD and trauma (covers incidents throughout lifespan)
  • Combat trauma/Post-combat adjustment
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Caregiver and compassion fatigue
  • Spiritual emergence or crises
  • Work-related stress
  • Lifestyle and health change support
  • Relational issues including lack of intimacy, miscommunication, resentment, and anger
  • End-of-life inquiry (dignity therapy, purpose and meaning, and other existential questions)

What you can expect from Michael:

  • Kindness, compassion, humor, and directness
  • Encouragement to practice new skills
  • outside of the clinic
  • Collaborative exploration of issues
  • Goal-focused and value-driven sessions promoting behavioral changes

Fees:

Initial Assessment:  $200 (50-60 min)

Individual therapy:  $150 (50 min)

Couples therapy:  $150 (50 min)

He has reserved a limited number of spaces for reduced-cost sessions.  Please speak with him about your financial needs.

Insurance Coverage:

Michael is on some insurance panels in Idaho. Please inquire about coverage with your specific carrier. This list will continue to grow.  He also accepts private pay patients.