Depression Therapy – Idaho Falls

It’s Time To Find Peace.

Achieve greater peace of mind and happiness in life.

Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Depression can cause people to feel helpless, worthless, hopeless, sad, guilty, and generally pessimistic about life. It can interfere with every aspect of  life, and can often make it difficult to concentrate and feel motivated.  Our goal is to help guide individuals and families to skills and techniques to achieve happier and more fulfilling lives.  

Depression is complex, but highly treatable.

Everyone feels sad sometimes, but clinical depression is different. It is estimated that 15 million Americans battle the disorder, and many of them are young people. Happiness is possible. Depression can be treated with medication and psychotherapy. Studies show that cognitive behavioral psychotherapy is highly effective either alone or combined with drug therapy. With 18-years of experience, we can help with your worries and concerns and guide you to achieve remarkable success.

Signs of Depression

  • Sadness
  • Loss of interest 
  • Decreased Energy
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability

Depression Causes

  • Trauma/Loss
  • Stress
  • Genetics
  • Difficult Relationships
  • Sometimes Unknown

Our Therapists

Kristopher L. Walton, LCSW

Kristopher L. Walton, LCSW

Psychotherapist

Kristopher Walton specializes in assisting teenagers and adults who suffer from a variety of mental health concerns. He will help you learn to find healthy relationships in your current situation. No problem is too big to overcome.

Sara Stengel, LPC NCC

Sara Stengel, LPC NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Sara Stengel has knowledge and experience working with teens, adults, as well as children and their families in a variety of different mental health struggles.

Maria Raass, LPC

Maria Raass, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Maria Raass's counseling approach focuses on developing and rebuilding healthy relationships not only with others but with ourselves. Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy and Logotherapy helps search for our life energy, our meaning of life, and our self-worth. 

Annie Allen, LMSW

Annie Allen, LMSW

Mental Health Therapist

Annie Allen believes in the transformative power of authentic relationships with ourselves and with others to challenge us, help us grow, and help us expand our notion of what it means to love and be human. She uses a holistic and interdisciplinary lens in her practice.

Mary Elizabeth Johnson, LMSW

Mary Elizabeth Johnson, LMSW

Mental Health Therapist

Elizabeth believes in the resiliency of individuals and families, and in their capacity for growth when they are empowered. She considers Interpersonal Neurobiology, the product of the relationship between the body, mind, and relationships.