Our care team is made up of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and mental health therapists that are trained to provide compassionate psychiatric and behavioral health care services.
We provide a full spectrum of psychiatric services to adults with varying diagnoses, including but not limited to: depression, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), psychosis, dual diagnosis, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder, bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Currently St. Luke’s does not offer dedicated substance use treatment, so we may refer you to community resources that specialize in this kind of treatment.
We offer short-term, solution-focused treatment. You can count on our team of experienced psychiatric and behavioral health specialists to support you with compassion, knowledge, and understanding.
Contact us for more information about our individual and family services.
As a member of the National Health Services Corps, we promise to serve all patients. This means we promise to:
If you are experiencing a crisis or have urgent treatment-related concerns, contact our office to speak to an on-call member of our team.
If you have non-emergency questions or concerns, please contact our office during established business hours.
Shelly Conley-Durkin, LCSW is trained in EMDR therapy to treat trauma and other mental health issues. She has worked in various outpatient settings and in private practice, and has focused on treating adults with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, and couples therapy. Her current practice emphasizes acceptance and commitment therapy with a focus on the client’s values to direct treatment.
Shelly earned her master's degree in social work from California State University, Long Beach. She also teaches at the College of Western Idaho as an adjunct instructor of psychology and social work.
Deanna Johannsen, LCSW provides assessment and therapy for adults struggling with mood disorders, trauma, adjustment disorders, and environmental difficulties. She has experience in hospital settings, ER, psychiatric settings, and home health and hospice care, and has worked in both inpatient and private practice.
Deanna earned her master's degree from Walla Walla University, formerly known as Walla Walla College.
Gareth Marsh, DO practices psychiatry with particular interests in anxiety disorders and psychosis. Although he is enthusiastic about the role of medications, Dr. Marsh is also passionate about the contributions of mindfulness, exercise, and diet in optimizing mental health.
Prior to his medical education, Dr. Marsh earned his bachelor's degree from the University of California - Davis. In his free time, he enjoys going on road trips and exploring new destinations.
Cynthia Mauzerall, LCPC is a compassionate therapist who uses eclectic approaches to facilitate healing with patients from various ethnicities, backgrounds, and belief systems. Her approaches include person-centered, trauma-informed therapy, mindfulness-based stress-reduction, and cognitive-behavioral therapies.
Cynthia earned her bachelor's degree in psychology from Wake Forest University and her master’s degree in clinical psychology from Pepperdine University. She has experience working with college students, children and adults who learn differently, grief counseling, and suicide survivors' support groups.
Thomas J. Orthmeyer Jr., DO, MBA treats adults, specializing in a wide range of psychiatric issues, including depression, anxiety, and mood/psychotic disorders. He also participates in collaborative care within primary care offices at St. Luke's.
In his free time, Dr. Orthmeyer enjoys spending time with his family and is a fan of the Washington Huskies.
Jeremy Stockett, LCSW has provided clinical intervention in residential treatment settings, correctional facilities, outpatient clinics, and inpatient psychiatric hospitals. Jeremy is EMDR-trained and has worked with children, adults, couples, and families.
Diana Wasser, LCPC has a passion for relieving suffering with compassion, knowing change is possible. She utilizes evidence-based techniques, including solution focus, EMDR, and expressive arts.
Diana has experience in a variety of settings, including private practice, community mental health agencies, inpatient and outpatient hospital care, and the Health and Welfare Mobile Crisis Unit. She has focused her practice in the areas of grief, trauma, life transitions, and caregivers.
Diana earned her master's degree from Idaho State University’s in counseling program.
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The Idaho Crisis & Suicide Hotline provides 24/7 free and confidential crisis intervention, emotional support, problem-solving, and referrals to local resources for persons at risk for suicide and for those concerned about them.
You do not have to be in crisis to call.
NOTE: The Idaho Crisis & Suicide Hotline is a member of the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline and is taking the 988 calls for Idaho as part of the national network of crisis call centers. It is a national line, but the people you'll speak to live here in Idaho.
With MyChart, you’re able to view test results, contact your provider, request medication refills, schedule appointments and more. We encourage you to sign up for easy access to the tools and information you need to proactively manage your health. You can also set up online proxy access requests for medical records of children, spouses, or dependents.
There's also an easy-to-use MyChart app available for your mobile devices!