Rebecca Bradley, LCPC, LAMFT, LMHCA, NCC

Make an Appointment: (208) 274-3020 | [email protected]

  • “If you accept someone exactly where they are, they’ll move,” Carl Rogers.

    Therapy for Individuals, Couples, and Families

    Licensed in Idaho and Washington

    Welcome!

    You’re here, looking at this page. I imagine you’ve been thinking about taking this step for some time now. If you make the call and schedule your first appointment, you’ve probably done the hardest part, which is begin. Life is hard and sometimes, things happen outside of our control. I am here for you, you are not alone. Come sit with me and let’s spend time together. Tell me your story, and I will be here to listen, without judgment.


    “Family pathology rolls from generation to generation like a fire in the woods, taking down everything in its path, until one person in one generation has the courage to turn and face the flames.  That person brings peace to his (or her) ancestors and spares the children that follow.”
    ~ Terry Real


    I am passionate about mental health, and I work through humanistic and experiential orientations with an attachment and systems lens. Utilizing Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Attachment, and Existential approaches, the client-therapist relationship guides much of the explorations, interventions, and movement that happens in sessions. I believe change is always possible and power comes from within the individual.

    I am trained in EFT, the gold standard for couples therapy.

    I am trained in EMDR, a form of therapy designed to assist in the healing from trauma, anxiety, depression, and more.

    If you’re interested in becoming a better, happier, more fulfilled you,
    get started by reaching out today!

    About Rebecca Bradley

    As a proud graduate from Gonzaga’s Marriage and Family Counseling Program, I practice as a family therapist.  It’s not about the age, but about the relationships.  As I work through an attachment theory lens, I focus on development of your sense of self, relationship with others, and connection, connection, connection.  When you feel lost, lonely, or disconnected, that increases feelings of anxiety and depression.  I believe we develop a sense of who we are through interactions and experiences with others.