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Julie Dephue, LMFT is a marriage and family therapist providing counseling and treatment children and young adults struggling with behavior difficulties, anxiety, depression, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and other developmental disabilities. She also provides parent skills training and family therapy to support children with developmental and mental health conditions.
Julie has experience with applied behavior analysis, cognitive behavior therapy, solution-focused therapy, structural family therapy, and behavior modification.
Travis Haase, LCPC earned his bachelor's degree in psychology at the University of Idaho and his master’s degree at Walden University. His current interests are in organic processing of behaviors and the development of chronic mental illness. He has clinical experience with individuals struggling with mental health disorders including, but not limited to, depression, mood disorders, bipolar disorder, ADHD, pragmatic communication disorder, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety, adjustment disorder, and psychotic disorders. He has experience in grief counseling and crisis management, with further education in cognitive behavioral therapy, desensitization, relaxation, and behavioral modification.
Elena Harlan Drewel, PhD is a pediatric neuropsychologist at St. Luke's Children's Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities. She conducts diagnostic and treatment planning evaluations for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders and is also a member of a multidisciplinary autism diagnostic team.
In addition, Dr. Harlan provides neuropsychological evaluation and consultation for children and adolescents who have spina-bifida myelomeningocele and specializes in the evaluation of preschool aged children who present with a variety of behavioral, emotional, and developmental concerns.
Dr. Harlan earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology (child emphasis) at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at the University of California-Los Angeles; and her post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
Kama Hurley, MA, LCPC is a mental health therapist with clinical experience treating anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, adjustment and stress-related disorders. She has additional training in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), child-parent relational therapy (CPRT), and is a Love and Logic facilitator.
Kama earned her bachelor's degree in psychology at Lewis-Clark State College and her master's degree in counseling at Boise State University.
J.T. Leavell, MD has broad clinical interests including autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, complex learning disorders, and genetic disorders causing delays in development. He is board certified in pediatrics and developmental behavioral pediatrics.
Monica McCullough, MSN, RN, CPNP is a certified pediatric nurse practitioner and has served in a variety of nursing, educational, and leadership roles. She specializes in the treatment of autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and other neurodevelopmental and behavioral mental health conditions.
Monica earned her bachelor's degree in nursing from the University of Delaware and her first master's degree in child and adolescent mental health nursing from the University of Pennsylvania and her second master's degree in pediatric primary care nursing, nurse practitioner from Gwynedd Mercy College.
A brain disorder that often makes it hard to communicate with and relate to others.
Adaptive functioning or behaviors are the conceptual, social, and practical skills we all need to function in our daily lives.
A condition in which a person has trouble paying attention, tends to act without thinking, and has trouble sitting still.
Worries or fears that cause significant distress and interfere with usual activities.
Specific learning disorders indicate an individual has difficulty learning a specific academic skill and isn't learning at the expected age level.
Designed to meet the needs of kids, their families, and the people who care for them, this state-of-the-art facility on our downtown Boise campus will more than double our clinical space and improve vital services that keep care close to home. It will bring most of our pediatric specialists and services under one roof, allowing us to provide care more efficiently and easing the burden on parents and kids who will now be able to see several providers in one location in one day.