Our Patient Promise
We promise to provide evidence based, comprehensive mental healthcare in a safe, welcoming, non-judgmental environment.
Libby Lynn, APRN
PMHNP-BC | Clinic Founder
With over ten years of experience in the healthcare field, Elizabeth Lynn is a Master's prepared Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner licensed in six states. A graduate of University of Washington and Frontier Nursing University, Libby has a special interest in holistic mental healthcare and natural healing remedies. Libby is currently pursuing a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at Idaho State University, where she is also adjunct faculty for undergraduate nursing courses.
Spravato (esketamine) therapy
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Our Service Area
Founded in the Pacific Northwest, we believe strongly in the power of local community. Despite the ubiquitous expansion of telehealth across the country, our practice has specifically chosen to focus on the Northwest and Intermountain regions including Idaho, Washington, Utah and Montana due to our strong personal connections to these areas.
Our understanding of the culture, lifestyle and beliefs of our communities not only improves relationships with our patients, but allows us to better utilize local resources when developing our treatment plans. Our providers are licensed in all four of our practice states, and each state's practice is independently licensed and contracted with insurance plans based on our physical office locations. These steps, though not all required for multi-state practice, ensure better continuity of care and seamless integration into insurance panels reducing out-of-network expenses for our patients.
What is a PMHNP?
Our providers are Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners. As Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, our clinicians not only possess advanced clinical training in assessment, diagnosis and pharmacology of the entire human body but also specialized training focused only on psychiatric conditions. APRN providers have full legal authority to assess, diagnose and treat medical/psychiatric conditions and have full prescriptive authority.
What is Integrative Medicine?
Although many assume that "integrative medicine" is an "alternative" treatment, this is a misconception. "Integrative" simply means to a whole-person approach to care. Evaluation of all factors that influence health and wellness are taken into account, including mind, body and spirit.
To learn more about the philosophy of integrative medicine, click here
What conditions do you treat?
Our goal is to provide the best care for our patients utilizing our providers expertise. For this reason our current panel is most compatible with those seeking treatment for:
We do not treat Substance Use Disorder, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, high acuity patients with extensive monitoring requirements or those with a history of violence or anger management concerns.
We are happy to schedule a phone consultation to ensure that our practice is a good match for you.