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Counseling center moves | Preston Citizen

Counseling center moves

August 14, 2014
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By RODNEY D. BOAM 

Citizen editor

Summit Counseling has moved from East Oneida to Brandon Roberts’ professional office plaza, at 655 S. 400 E. #104.

The Preston office has a full time therapist, Scott Hull, who does individual, marriage, family therapy with children and adults. He also works with people who have depression anxieties and other matters needing counseling.

“Besides Hull, we have two other therapists that do home visits, said spokeswomen Jennifer Blau. “Idaho Medicaid lets us do that, it is not common in other states.”

The majority of people Summit works with are Idaho Medicaid patients, but some pay out-of-pocket and others are clergy referrals.

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The office is open from 9 a. m. until 5 p.m. but they can also take appointments earlier in the morning or late in the evening.

“We want to work to get rid of the stigma associated with mental health; everyone has problems and it’s okay to want to work on making yourself better,” she said. “We are confidential about our cases and we want to help people.”

Summit Counseling has moved into Brandon Roberts’ professional office plaza, 655 S. 400 East #104, Preston. Scott Hull is a full-time therapist who works with individuals, couples and does family therapy. He also works with children.

Summit Counseling has moved into Brandon Roberts’ professional office plaza, 655 S. 400 East #104, Preston. Scott Hull is a full-time therapist who works with individuals, couples and does family therapy. He also works with children.

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