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ISU Counseling Meridian

Idaho State University continues to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak, and the safety and well-being of our entire campus community, including clients, is our top priority. The University is strictly following guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and state and local public health officials. Our clinic is currently closed but will be re-opening on April 6th and will provide telehealth conseling services.

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ISU Meridian Health Science Center
1311 E. Central Dr.
Meridian, ID  83642


Our clinic is curently closed but will be re-opening on April 6th as we will providing telehealth counseling services.

Monday through Thursday*
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM

*ISU Students who are unable to schedule during the Clinic's regular hours may be eligible for free and confidential services through Counseling and Testing Services.  For more information, please call (208) 373-1921.

Contact Us

Phone:  (208) 373-1719 
Fax: (208) 373-1790

To schedule an appointment, please leave a message on our confidential voice mail and your call will be returned within one business day.


Client parking is located in the clinics area parking lot located in front of the ISU Clinics entrance of the building which is located on the southwest side of the building facing I-84.  Clinic parking is outlined in yellow directly in front of the Clinics entrance.

Your Counselor will meet you in the clinic reception area where you will receive a temporary parking pass.

Meridian Clinic Parking Map



About Us

ISU's Meridian Counseling Clinic provides individual, couple, and family counseling at minimal costs to Idaho State University faculty, staff, students and the surrounding community. 

Counseling services are provided by graduate level Master of Counseling students, Doctoral students, and some faculty from the Department of Counseling under the supervision of licensed counselors/faculty members.

For the purposes of training and supervision, counseling interns videotape counseling sessions. To ensure clients’ privacy, these videos are securely (encrypted and password protected) stored, kept only briefly for the purposes of supervision, and are erased after supervision.  All client sessions are confidential within the limits of the law.

Individual Counseling

Individual counseling is a process through which clients work one-on-one with a student counselor to explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviors; work through challenging or influential memories; identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change; better understand themselves and others; set personal goals; and work toward a desired change.

Family Counseling

Family counseling is a process through which families work with a student counselor to help family members communicate more effectively and/or resolve conflicts.  Family counseling can teach you skills to deepen family connections and get through difficult life challenges.

Couples Counseling

Couples counseling is a process through which couples work with a student counselor to recognize and resolve conflicts and improve their relationship.


  • Our clinic does not accept or bill insurance and is a cash pay clinic.


  • Payment is expected at the time of service.  We accept cash and/or checks.


Individual Counseling $20
Family Counseling $30
Couple Counseling $30

Pro Bono Services

  • Pro bono counseling services and discounted fees are offered to patients on a case-by-case basis.


Ask us about a generous grant from Scentsy to provide financial assistance for Family and Couple's Counseling services.

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Supervising Faculty

  • Elizabeth “Liz” Doughty Horn, Ph.D., LCPC
    Professor of Counseling
    (208) 373-1718

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  • Logan Lamprecht, Ph.D., LCPC
    Counseling Clinical Director & Clinical Assistant Professor
    (208) 373-1944

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Supervising Doctoral Students

  • Tessa Price
    3rd Year Doctoral Cohort

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  • Beverly Hines
    2nd Year Doctoral Cohort

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  • Kalin Amende
    2nd Year Doctoral Cohort

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  • Anna Krzemieniecki
    2nd Year Doctoral Cohort

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  • Kelsey Sarasqueta-Allen
    1st Year Doctoral Cohort

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  • Aishwarya Joshi
    1st Year Doctoral Cohort

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 Master's Level Student Counselors

Meridian Counseling Graduate Students

  • Cara Ruiz
  • Benjamen Allan
  • Alyssa Dillon
  • Jennifer Weseman
  • Dylan Rogers
  • Madeline Steele
  • Isabel Palmer
  • Courtney Moore
  • Matthew Lemons
  • Annie Berglund
  • Jess Dickison
  • Melissa Blackwell
  • Rich Brown
  • Stacey Martinez

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

The principle mission of the Department of Counseling is to prepare quality counselors for various settings in Idaho and the nation. More specifically, we seek to prepare quality School Counselors for public schools in K-12 settings, Marriage, Couple and Family Counselors and Clinical Mental Health Counselors for community agencies and other mental health settings, and Student Affairs Counselors for working in college settings such as advising, residence halls, and career centers.

We prepare doctoral level counselor educators and supervisors to serve as faculty members in counselor education programs, counselor supervisors in various settings, doctoral level counselors, leaders in higher education and counseling organizations, and scholars.

Community Mental Health Resources

2-1-1 Idaho CareLine: a free statewide community Information and Referral service, is a program of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. Our comprehensive database includes programs that offer free or low cost health and human services or social services, such as rental assistance, energy assistance, medical assistance, food and clothing, child care resources, emergency shelter, and more.  

  • 211

Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline: This hotline provides crisis intervention, emotional support, resource referrals, linkages to local services, and follow-up for all Idahoans, including those at risk for suicide and their families and loved ones.

  • 1-800-272-8255


Suicide Prevention Hotline (


Mental Health Inpatient Therapy:

Community Health Center:

  • Terry Reilly Medical & Behavioral Health
  • East Boise: 300 S. 23rd – 208-344-3512
  • Nampa: 223 16th N. – 467-4431