Quality Care Counseling Center

 (208) 323-CARE (2273)

Boise

Quality Care Counseling Center

2316 N Cole Rd Ste A

Boise, ID 83704


Office: (208) 323-CARE (2273)

Crisis Line: (208) 841-4539

Fax: (208) 323-1234


info@qualitycarecounseling.com


Office Hours

Monday: 9 - 5

Tuesday: 9 - 9

Wednesday: 9 - 9

Thursday: 9 - 7

Friday: 10 - 2


Nampa

Quality Care Counseling Center

136 N Broadmore Way Ste 103

Nampa, ID 83687


Office: (208) 465-6720

Crisis Line: (208) 841-4539

Fax: (208) 466-7167


info@qualitycarecounseling.com


Office Hours

Monday: 9 - 5

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 9 - 8

Thursday: 9 - 7

Friday: 10 - 2


Please Meet Our Staff






Sadie Carlen, Owner


Lacey Adamcik, LMSW

Bio coming soon! 


Makayla Burkman, MRC, LCPC, CRC


​Makayla graduated from Utah State University with a masters in rehabilitation counseling. She enjoys working with teens, young adults, and adults. She has experience working with transition of life issues, (teens, young adults, aged adults) emotional disorders, (i.e. anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder) trauma, suicidal ideation, and self-harm. She also has experience working with couples, pre-marital couples, LGBTQ+, parenting, and religious based sessions. Some modalities Makayla uses in treatment include cognitive behavioral therapy, as well as positive psychology. Makayla's therapeutic approach is client centered, focusing on clients' goals. She also provides assistance to gain new insight and knowledge about themselves. When not in the office, you can find Makayla spending time with her family, learning something new, or reading a book. 


Norma Guillen, LCSW


Norma has a Master of Social Work with a focus on mental health and a sub-concentration in military social work. Norma graduated from the University of Southern California in 2013, with honors. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of California at Berkeley in 1997, with a degree in Sociology. She believes that people present with life changes require adjusting. Her focus is helping clients understand daily struggles and finding solutions is an important aspect of the therapeutic approach . While cognitive behavioral therapy is at the core of her approach, she believes that cognitive restructuring is essential in client progress. An eclectic approach is also important because each client is unique and presents with unique strengths. Outside of mental health, Norma worked as a deputy probation officer for 10 years with the Los Angeles County probation department. Two of thise years she spent working with male juvenile population.


Ingri Koloski, LPC

Bio coming soon! 


Judy Lehrman, LCPC

Bio coming soon! 


Samantha Martin, LMSW


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. 


Patrece Moody-Meza, LCSW

Bio coming soon! 


Keith Moore, LPC

Bio coming soon! 


Tiffani Pestotnik, LCSW


Tiffani graduated from the University of Utah. She enjoys working with children and adolescents, typically 3-12 years old. Tiffani has experience working with anxiety, ADHD, ODD, trauma, parent training, and social skills with training in attachment disorders and trauma. Some modalities Tiffani uses in treatment are play therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy , and cognitive behavioral therapy. Tiffani takes care to meet the child and the family where they are and make individual plans. When not in the office, you can find Tiffani playing with her son and animals.


​Maria Raass, LPC

Bio coming soon! 


Dr. Brad Levitt, Psych D

Bio coming soon!