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Therapy for Individuals, Couples, and Families
Tami S Kammer LMFT, LCPC
I have been providing targeted counseling to individuals, couples, and families in Hailey, ID since 2002. In addition to holding a Master's degree in psychology, marriage, and family therapy from Chapman University, I am fully licensed in Idaho as a clinical marriage and family therapist and a clinical professional counselor.
I am proud to serve on the Idaho Association Bureau of Occupational Licenses, Marriage and Family Therapy board of directors.
What Kind of Therapeutic Theory Do I Use?
I take a collaborative/integrative/educational approach to therapy. Systems, narrative, cognitive behavioral, DBT, mindfulness, hypnosis, and brain biology theories inform my approach. These are well established, researched, and respected therapies.
My Counseling Services
Treatment for depression, anxiety, relationship problems, assertiveness issues, personal empowerment, life-changes and crisis management, trauma, employment and career issues.
Helping couples to obtain a healthier, more satisfying relationship by learning to identify and alter destructive patterns, improve communication and deeply connect to one another…regardless of relationship length or respective ages.
Designed for couples who want greater clarity and confidence in their decision making about the future of their marriage. This a short-term, 1-5 sessions.
Work with issues stemming from generational patterns, addictions, stage of life, divorce, caring for elderly parents, an ill loved one, parent-child communication, and family reunification.
Personal Growth Workshops:
Designed to create a fast track to a fuller and more satisfying life. It’s a time to develop skills to help you to achieve your goals.
Hypnosis utilizes your own unique resources to change habits and overcome depression, fears and trauma.
Facilitating greater connections and understanding through communication to enable greater workplace satisfaction and productivity.
Anxiety, depression, ADHD, divorce, fears, grief, relationships, trauma, sexual issues, workplace conflicts, addictions, caregiver fatigue and on-line porn use.