Phone: 208-523-3857       Fax: 208-523-3876       Address: 3385 Potomac Way, Idaho Falls, ID 83404

 

 

Center for Wellness and Recovery

Mountain View Hospital’s Center for Wellness and Recovery offers empirically supported assessment and treatment to adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families across a broad range of concerns. Our mission is getting you back to what you love through services that not only address the symptoms but the root cause of whatever your concerns may be. We are committed to partnering with you in your journey towards wellness and recovery by providing you with the knowledge, skills, and resources to help you to re-establish a life that is rewarding and full of purpose.

In addition to providing traditional services for those with primary psychological concerns, we provide specialized services to patients with chronic medical conditions that have led to diminished functioning beyond what can be addressed through medical intervention alone. We work closely with medical providers to offer these specialized services to meet the specific needs of their patient population.

Services

We specialize in offering comprehensive, empirically supported, best-practice, and innovative services for adults, adolescents, and children across the full spectrum of psychological concerns.

      • Psychological assessment
        • Psychological assessment is an empirically based statistical analysis of symptom patterns that can provide clear direction in establishing the causes of dysfunction and recommendations for recovery. This service can only be provided by a doctoral level psychologist and is part of any comprehensive approach to addressing psychological concerns. Psychological assessment is particularly useful when symptom presentation is complicated, if previous treatment has been unsuccessful, and/or if there are potential cognitive factors involved. Additionally, we provide specialized psychological assessments to patients in medical settings to assist in obtaining medically necessary interventions, establishing baseline functioning in cases where their condition may impact mental status, as well as to determine any psychological barriers to successful treatment.
      • Treatment planning by multidisciplinary team
        • Combining your input with the expertise of a medical provider, clinical psychologist, and trained psychotherapist, we create a customized wellness and recovery plan.
      • Individual and systems based psychotherapy
        • Science has clearly established the benefit of empirically supported psychotherapy for quickening recovery and maintaining wellness. All psychotherapy provided strictly complies with established best practices. Our providers are all graduate level, licensed psychotherapists with a demonstrated history of successful practice prior to joining the center. Psychotherapy is provided for individuals, couples, and families as indicated via initial assessment to support optimal recovery.
      • Psychoeducational group skills training
        • Research has consistently shown that many skills necessary for wellness and recovery are best taught in a group format where not only the facilitator, but also group members, can share their knowledge and experiences to assist one another. All psychoeducational groups follow empirically supported guidelines and are designed to enhance individual work being done in psychotherapy.
      • Psychiatric medication management
        • Symptom relief provided through psychotropic medications is helpful for many in regaining their baseline, as well as assisting them in fully benefiting from individual and group work. Our licensed and experienced medical providers work as a team with our psychologist and psychotherapists to provide evidence-based comprehensive treatment.

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About Us

Dr. Landers has been practicing clinical psychology in Southeastern Idaho for over ten years, practicing in Washington and Oregon prior to returning to Idaho. He obtained his undergraduate training at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah and his graduate training at Idaho State University. A culmination of his many years of experience in medical, psychiatric, forensic, university, national laboratory, inpatient, and outpatient settings and in partnership with Mountain View Hospital’s commitment to excellence, the Center for Wellness and Recovery is dedicated to bringing best practice empirically supported psychological services to our region. Dr. Landers continues to provide expert consultation locally, nationally, and internationally in regards to utilization of assessment and behavioral science and is an affiliate faculty member at Idaho State University. Additionally, he volunteers his time to several community organizations. The guiding philosophy of his professional practice is that individuals are best served when seeking for excellence in every moment. The process of becoming, rather than the end goal of accomplishment, is where happiness is found.

Resources

Patient Forms:
Adult Intake
Child/Adolescent Intake
HIPPA Notice of Privacy Practices
Informed Consent
Registration Form

Online Resources:                                                                            

http://psychcentral.com/resources/

http://www.nami.org/

http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/mental-health-screening-tools

https://www.mentalhealth.gov/

http://www.ulifeline.org/

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Employment

The Center for Wellness and Recovery is an organization with a dedication to meeting the needs of our community. As we grow, we are interested in bringing the very best mental health professionals to provide services to our patients. If you are a licensed provider with an interest in our center, please regularly check for open positions via this link [hyperlink to MVH current openings]. Additionally, we would be happy to receive your resume to keep on file. Finally, if you have further questions regarding employment at our center and would like to discuss, please contact us.

News

https://www.sciencedaily.com/news/health_medicine/mental_health/

https://www.nimh.nih.gov/news/science-news/index.shtml

http://newsletter.samhsa.gov/

http://psychcentral.com/news/

https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/mentalhealth.html

 

Contact

Phone: 208-523-3857
Fax: 208-523-3876
Hours: Mon-Thurs 7:00am - 5:30pm

Should you be experiencing a crisis outside of our normal operating hours, following are some guidelines for obtaining assistance:

  1. If you are currently enrolled in treatment, we encourage you to work through your crisis response plan, using the skills you have learned in treatment.
  2. If the plan is not able to resolve the crisis or you are not a current patient and do not have a crisis response plan, contact the following resources to assist further:
    • Behavioral Health Crisis Center of East Idaho, 1650 N Holmes, Idaho Falls, ID 208-522-0727
    • National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  3. If these resources are not able to resolve the crisis and you feel unsafe, then you should either contact local emergency responders via 911 or seek services at your local emergency department.
Location

2353 Coronado St. Idaho Falls, ID 83404

Our Current location is temporary as we are renovating our permanent location and plan to relocate by the end of Summer 2016.

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