Humans are wonderfully complex.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to understanding ourselves. We value this complexity and endeavor to incorporate a whole person approach - brain and mind - to each and every patient. We do not assume what our patients need, but rather we listen and collaborate together to discover and uncover what each individual desires from treatment.
We are committed to helping our patients at every step of their progression through honest communication and advanced practices. We are dedicated and trained to address the causes of suffering, not just the symptoms or a diagnosis.
We sincerely look forward to meeting with you.
Who We Are
William A. Kezele MS, LCPC, BCN
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, BCIA Certified Neurofeedback Therapist
William has a passion for helping others and has been involved in many community activities, from serving on the Twin Falls City Council to serving on the 5th Judicial C.A.S.A. Executive Board of Directors as Vice President. William has been a keynote presenter for companies such as Allstate, Microsoft, Readers Digest, Audi, Primary Children's Hospital, Nevada Energy and others.
William is certified in The Color Code Personality Assessment and Training programs and has worked as a consultant and trainer for many fortune 500 Corporations teaching and developing senior management teams and directors. His executive experience informs his therapy approach and he values the unique complexity of each of his patients. Will is a seasoned neurofeedback therapist and brings a thoughtful approach to counseling. You can contact Will via email at email@example.com
M. Jordan Kezele MA, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor, Neuro Technician
Jordan enjoys helping people who have not found the assistance they need from other professionals. He practices as a generalist and draws heavily from his training in Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic psychotherapy (click here for more info). Jordan works to tailor each treatment approach to the specific and unique needs of his patients. He knows that therapy can be a profoundly meaningful endeavor and knows that counseling can help people understand themselves deeply and authentically, thus leading to increased freedom. Jordan also has experience treating people from a wide variety of clinical and cultural backgrounds. He often uses Neurofeedback therapy and qEEG/brain mapping tests to inform his clinical practice.
In addition to his clinical work, Jordan engages with elected officials and government agencies to advocate for practical public policy. These efforts typically focus on identifying overly burdensome regulations that impact issues related to counseling licensure, education/training, and increasing access to mental health services. Related to this work he co-authored and published an article concerning behavioral science licensure in the Journal of Psychological Thought in 2018.
Jordan has a degree in Psychology from Brigham Young University and a Master's of Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University. You can contact Jordan via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
3904 Washington Parkway, Idaho Falls, ID 83404
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday