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Hypnotherapy Psychiatrists in Idaho (ID)

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Omega Mental Health, Psychiatrist  in Boise
“Omega Mental Health has been serving the Treasure Valley community with quality healthcare since 1997. It has been our endeavor to bring to you the best healthcare available at affordable costs during hours that accommodate your schedule.
(208) 449-1991
Boise, Idaho 83703
Satu H. Woodland, Psychiatric Nurse  in Boise
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, APRN, PMHCNS, PMHNP
“I specialize in mental health: Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, OCD, PTSD, ADHD, eating disorders. I offer counseling, medication consultation, prescribing in blocks of time of 30 min. to 1 hour. I am a rare all in one professional. Over 25 years working with all ages. Unlike traditional psychology, I view most problems as multifactorial in nature that must be treated integratively for the best results. There is usually no one cause but a combination of biological, genetic, cultural, spiritual, harmful habits, among other issues. Now offering telehealth visits via the computer for homebound clients!
(208) 413-9203
Boise, Idaho 83706
Jeralyn Jones, Psychiatrist  in Boise
“Your initial visit will include a thorough history of your mental and physical health. From there, we will work together to sort out the type of intervention best suited to you. Our field has discovered many ways to help people; there is not a "one size fits all" cure. My job is to help you re-engage your strengths to move forward with the life you envision.
(208) 789-2881
Boise, Idaho 83702
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Hypnotherapy Psychiatrists
Hypnotherapy focuses on hypnosis, the Greek term for sleep. The practice uses exercises that relax people, bringing them to an altered state of consciousness. This process focuses on mastering self-awareness. Through trance-like analysis, hypnosis decreases blood pressure and heart rate, putting one's physical body at ease. Working with memories, hypnotherapy helps a person to reframe, relax, absorb, dissociate, respond, and reflect. The process reconstructs healthier associations with a person's past events. Dealing with a wide range of conditions (and pain), people become responsive to new solutions that can lead to personal development through hypnotherapy.

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About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

A Psychiatrist in Idaho (ID) is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in treating mental health issues and diagnosable disorders.

Idaho (ID) Psychiatrists differ from other mental health professionals in that they may prescribe medication or psychotropics. Psychiatrists may conduct physical examinations, order and interpret lab tests and brain image scans, such as CT scans, CAT Scans and MRIs.

Some psychiatric practitioners in Idaho (ID) specialize in age groups (so check for Idaho (ID) child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in Idaho (ID)). Those who work with the elderly are called geriatric psychiatrists or geropsychiatrists.

Other related specialties include psychopharmacology (certain states license Psychopharmacologists), psychiatric genetics and neuroimaging.

Psychiatric nurses in Idaho (ID), or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. Idaho (ID) Psychiatric nurses receive training in psychological therapies (such as CBT), building therapeutic alliance with clients and dealing with challenging behavior. Importantly, they are trained to administer psychiatric medication (or 'psychiatric meds') and, in very limited ways, to prescribe meds.

Nurses monitor for side effects and responses to medical treatments and offer information on meds so that clients can make informed choices about their use.