Marriage counseling that Heals in Meridian, ID. Restore Your Relationship.

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Marriage Counselor

Lynette Fogg, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1191 E. Iron Eagle Dr., Suite 200, Eagle, Idaho

Working with couples presents a unique challenge that I enjoy. I view the relationship of the couple as my client with each individual having their own needs as well. If you are a couple looking for counseling, I would love to meet with you.

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Come to Meridian, Idaho for tons of family fun. Make sure not to miss Roaring Springs Water Park. Teenagers and children alike will squeal in delight one the water slides, and even mothers with toddlers can have a good time in the kiddie area.1 Right next door, be sure to check out Wahooz Family Fun Zone. With laser tag, bumper boats, mini golf, and an arcade featuring more than 100 games, fathers will have a great time with the kids. If your family likes the outdoors, you'll have endless exploration opportunities in the Owyhee Mountains south of town. Or, dads can take the boys salmon fishing on the Snake River. And, for a touch of culture, the whole gang is sure to love the Meridian Symphony Orchestra and the Initial Point Gallery of Art. You'll never run out of things to do in Meridian, and even if you do, Boise and Nampa are just a short drive, making your entertainment options limitless.

Marriage and Couples Mental Health in Meridian

Idaho Parents Unlimited empowers and educates Meridian parents who have a child with a mental, physical, or emotional disability. Their educational programs provide valuable information for parents who seek to provide a stimulating, safe and functional home environment that helps their child achieve the highest level of functioning possible. Information about educational policy and special education requirements is available as well. Call Parents Unlimited at 208-342-5884 to find out more details.2

Keeping kids engaged and involved in academic, social and physical activities is paramount to good mental health and overall wellbeing. As such, the city of Meridian offers many opportunities for children to get involved and interact with their peers as well as community members. The Mayor's Book Club gets kids excited about reading, and monthly discussions with the mayor and local business leaders demonstrates to children that having excellent reading skills is a valuable asset for future success. To develop key relationship building and leadership skills, the Youth Advisory Council meets bi-monthly so children can have an impact on local policy-making on topics important to them. For additional information about these programs, call 208-888-4433.3

Family Services and Assistance Programs

Various agencies in the Meridian area offer support services for families with a member who has a developmental disability. The Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation assists disabled residents with preparing for, obtaining and retaining employment so they have the means to be as self-sufficient as possible. Additionally, the agency offers opportunities for disabled residents to get involved in community events and volunteer opportunities in order to build social and emotional skills that support good mental health.4 Those individuals who need assistance with building life skills can find many support programs at A New Leaf. From brushing teeth to social skills to learning how to pay for items at the store, A New Leaf prepares disabled individuals for work and play in the community.5 For more information about these services, call the Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation at 208-334-3390 or A New Leaf at 208-939-3888.


References

1. Roaring Springs Water Park. (2017). Attractions. Retrieved from https://www.roaringsprings.com/public/park/attractions/index.cfm.
2. Parents Unlimited. (2017). Education. Retrieved from http://www.ipulidaho.org/education.
3. City of Meridian. (2017). Youth Programs. Retrieved from http://www.meridiancity.org/youth_programs.aspx?id=2503.
4. Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.vr.idaho.gov/index.shtml.
5. A New Leaf. (2008). Services. Retrieved from http://www.anewleaf.info/documents/services.html.

Meridian is located in Ada County, Idaho. It has a land area of 29.72 square miles and a water area of 0.06 square miles.  The population of Meridian is 90,739 people with 29,499 households and a median annual income of $63,023. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Meridian, ID

Generally Affordable

Therapists in Meridian are often within budget with some potential challenges for longer term commitments. Your mental health and well being are a top priority. If accessibility is a concern, ask your counselor about sliding scale fees or inquire about accepted insurance plans