Quality Care Counseling Center
Samantha Martin, LCSW
Samantha graduated from the University of Idaho with a psychology degree, then went onto Boise State University for her masters in social work. Samantha enjoys working with teens and adults. She has experience working with elderly issues, children, chronic illness, anxiety and depression, grief, trauma, mood disorders, gender identity issues, and LGBTQ+ issues. Samantha has special training in gender spectrum treatment. Some modalities Samantha uses in treatment are cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, mindfulness-based stress reduction, both emotion focused and solution focused therapy, as well as motivational interviewing. Her therapeutic approach is to meet the client where they are and work on a partnership in identifying and addressing the emotional and mental health needs that brought them to therapy. When not in the office, you can find Samantha with her kids and family playing with their dogs, watching a movie, or challenging each other at a new game.
Leslie Maggard, LPC
Leslie Maggard graduated from Northwest Nazarene University in 2019 with a Master of Science degree emphasizing in Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling. Leslie’s passion for counseling comes from her desire to help people meet the goals that they set out to achieve. Her primary tool for helping people stems from the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy where she works with individuals to help change the way they think about things. Doing this, changes the way people behave, and ultimately the way they feel about themselves. Leslie has completed extensive training in helping people affected by different types of trauma. She is trained in EMDR and play therapy. Leslie loves working with clients of all ages, cultures, and especially those who identify as LGBTQIA. Her hobbies include bowling and playing softball. Leslie enjoys spending time with her spouse of over twelve years and her two teenage children. She has first-hand experience with helping children with disabilities and helping step-families thrive in their relationships. Leslie is available for individual, couples, or family counseling.
Keith Moore, LPC
Keith is a graduate of Northwest Nazarene University with a Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling. Keith has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and Anthropology from the University of Idaho. Keith's goal as a counselor is to help people achieve their best self. He enjoys witnessing the changes that are possible when a person works through issues that have held them back from who they want to be. Keith, when he isn't in the office, enjoys spending time with his family, playing the drums, and visiting new places.
Katherine Fleming, LMSW
Katherine is a graduate of Northwest Nazarene University with both a Baccalaureate and a Master's degree in Social Work. Katherine enjoys working with teenagers, young adults, and couples of all ages. She has experience working with clients seeking help with anxiety, depression, trauma, interpersonal relationships, and couples counseling. The modalities Katherine most often uses in treatment include cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and somatic experiencing. Katherine therapeutically approaches all clients with a strength-based approach, and uses research-based modalities that promote success and healing. Katherine wants all clients to understand their inherent worth and that they deserve goodness and health in their lives.