Your mental health matters!

Mental health is important for everyone. It affects everything we do, say, think, and feel. In many ways, it is just as important as physical health. Our mental health has direct effects on every aspect of our daily lives; including work, relationships, and even sleep. Unfortunately, mental health problems can be an immense obstacle to all facets of our daily lives as well. Whether it be depression, anxiety, ADHD, Schizophrenia, substance use, or other mental health conditions, they can have detrimental effects on our quality of life.

Consequently, it's important to know that if you or a loved one are suffering from mental illnesses, there is always help available. Our staff at MAP utilizes evidence-based practices to provide you with the highest quality care possible. To learn more about our mental health services call us at (208) 515-CARE. Make sure you also ask about our telemedicine services!

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Why choose us?

At MAP, we take an individualized approach to mental health. Not every person is the same, so we'll create a unique treatment plan that meets your direct needs. You'll also appreciate that:

  • We offer affordable prices
  • We provide accurate, objective, and computerized ADHD testing
  • We offer in-person and virtual sessions
  • We offer ketamine treatment
  • We offer suboxone and sublocade
  • We provide flexible scheduling options including walk-in hours for established patients
  • We offer Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
Call 208-515-2273 now to get started.

Mental Health Disorders

We are one of the limited providers that has computerized software that can accurately test for ADHD/ADD. Children and adults facing ADHD/ADD typically have more difficulty concentrating and paying attention which can negatively impact school, careers and life.

Depression, anxiety and PSTD are very different, but the symptoms can often be similar. Nervousness, irritability, and problems with sleep and concentrating can be caused by either condition.

Bipolar disorder, which is also known as manic-depressive disorder, can cause sudden and unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to do daily tasks.

Schizophrenia involves a range of characteristics, behaviors and emotions. Symptoms can vary, but they typically involve delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, and impaired ability to function.

Opioid use disorder and addiction involves using an opioid drug compulsively and being overwhelmingly set on finding, getting, and using that drug.

Alcohol use disorder is defined by a pattern of alcohol use that involves issues controlling drinking, being overly preoccupied with alcohol, using it regardless of problems, and having to drink more to get the same effect.

Regular use of sedative-hypnotic drugs can often lead to drug tolerance. That's when the body adjusts, and then needs a high dose to reach the same effect.

Insomnia is defined by difficulty falling or staying asleep. It can come in many forms, but the common factor is an overall poor-quality sleep that doesn't leave the individual refreshed after waking up.

We understand mental health disorders do not fit perfectly into a box. If you are experiencing multiple mental health disorders or are unsure what you are experiencing, please schedule a new patient visit with us today so we can create a custom plan for you!

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