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David Dodge
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Idaho

In-network with

Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Cigna, and Regence BlueShield of Idaho

Specializes in

Anxiety, Family Issues, Grief, Loss, Substance Use / Addiction, and Trauma

Great to meet you!

I am a warm, energetic, attuned therapist who is passionate about working with individuals and groups. Therapy is a place to make meaningful changes in our lives, reframe our narratives and better understand ourselves in the context of a safe space. I use several therapeutic modalities to best fit your needs, including psycho-dynamic, attachment-based, cognitive-behavioral, and mindfulness. My therapeutic approach is client-centered, strength-based and collaborative throughout our sessions.

A bit about my approach to therapy

I have a wide range of clinical expertise with adolescents and adults. I specialize working with, college students, professionals and adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, relational struggles, attachment wounds, and life-transitions.

What you can expect from our first session

I believe that everyone can benefit from speaking to a therapist, as we all have stressors that impact our daily lives. It takes a lot of courage to ask for help and I am committed to providing a safe space for you to tap into your own innate wisdom.


David's style is

Holistic
Empowering
Warm

Insurance carriers David accepts

Aetna
BlueCross BlueShield
Cigna
Regence BlueShield of Idaho

More about David

MSW (Master of Social Work) at Boise State University
License type: LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker)
Gender: Cisgender Male
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Languages: English
Works with: Adolescents, Adults, and Seniors
More specialties: Relationship Issues, Depression, and Stress
Modalities: Motivational Interviewing, Gestalt, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Strength-Based, Behavior Modification, Gottman Method, Exposure Response Prevention, Positive Psychology, Trauma Focused, Acceptance & Commitment (ACT), and Mindfulness-Based (MBCT)