Satu H. Woodland, PMHCNS-BC, APRN

Satu H. Woodland, PMHCNS-BC, APRN, is the owner and Clinical Director of Hope Mental Health and provides an oasis of mental health care in the Boise, Idaho area. Ms. Woodland received undergraduate degrees from Brigham Young University and California State Dominguez Hills. She received her graduate education from the University of California, San Francisco.

More valuable to her than her education, Ms. Woodland has more than 30 years of experience working in medical clinics, OBGYN, pediatrics, elder care, community health and for the last 20 years she has worked in both inpatient and outpatient psychiatry helping people with various mental health disorders including depression, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, attention deficit disorder, schizophrenia spectrum disorders, bipolar illness and various personality disorders.. Some of her favorite work is with Autistic and high functioning Aspergers and other intellectual and developmental conditions. Ms. Woodland enjoys working with people of different cultures, all sexual and gender orientations, and respects and honors religious and spiritual practices. She has a Minor in Cross Cultural Health Care from the University of California, San Francisco. She believes all people deserve to be heard and receive compassionate non-judgemental treatment.

Ms. Woodland with her background in nursing, prefers a holistic and integrative approach to mental health care that addresses the mind and body together. While Ms. Woodland provides medication management services in all her patients, she believes in long-lasting solutions that include a number of psychotherapies, namely cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure and response prevention therapy, attention to lifestyle, evidenced based alternative psychiatric care and spirituality.

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Cody Haas, PMHNP-BC, APRN, joins Hope Mental Health with prior experience working in emergency medicine, inpatient and outpatient psychiatry, residential behavioral health treatment, and geriatric psychiatry. He treats patients of all ages, including adults and elderly, but developed a passion for working with children and adolescents while working on inpatient and residential units at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Mr. Haas is also the psychiatric provider at Sequel Youth Services, a residential treatment facility for adolescent boys in Mountain Home, Idaho.

Mr. Haas completed his graduate training at Vanderbilt University, the second top-rated PMHNP training program in the country by USA today. In addition to pharmacologic treatments, he is certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, one of the most research-supported interventions for PTSD. He also enjoys using mindfulness techniques and genetic testing to help his patients reach their treatment goals.

Being trained as a PMHNP-BC, Mr. Haas is licensed to treat across the lifespan; from birth to end of life. This includes treatment of those suffering from depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, schizophrenia spectrum disorders, bipolar illness, various personality disorders, autism and other developmental/intellectual disabilities, Conduct disorders (i.e. oppositional defiant disorder), eating and feeding disorders, enuresis/encopresis, sleep-wake disorders (i.e. insomnia) and many more.  Mr. Haas also enjoys speaking and presenting on mental health topics to groups. He has taken a particular interest in suicide prevention with children and adolescents in Idaho. Please contact our office if you would like him to present to your group!

Mr. Haas has an upbeat personality and enjoys laughing with and getting to know his patients. Outside of work he enjoys sports, being outdoors, and practicing his German! Coming from Washington State, we are excited to welcome him to the team at Hope Mental Health.

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Hope Mental Health

Psychiatric Mental Health Specialists located in Boise, ID

At Hope Mental Health, Satu Woodland, PMHCNS-BC, APRN and Cody Haas, PMHNP-BC, APRN treat those in the Treasure Valley with mental health problems. Treatment typically begins with a comprehensive evaluation of a patient’s medical history, past psychiatric history, cultural issues, and lab work. From there, the team tailors a treatment program that promotes mental health wellness through healthy habits, behavioral counseling, medications when needed, and psychotherapy. Providers can address any number of mental health problems, including, but not limited to, anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), schizophrenia, and bipolar illness. The goal at Hope Mental Health is to achieve remission by helping patients deal with the here-and-now and providing them with the tools they need to lead productive and happy lives.

If you’d like to gain control over your mental health issues, call Hope Mental Health, or use the online scheduling tool to set up an initial consultation.

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After Hours Walk In Clinic

Like other clinics we do charge for no shows and cancellations less than 48 hour notice which is a flat $100. However recently we have created a way for our patients to avoid the fee under certain conditions. On Monday and Thursday nights we hold a walk in clinic for our established patients who missed their appointment or canceled with less than 48 hour notice. (Not available for new patients) From 6 PM to 7 PM, we will see anybody who shows up before 6:59 PM. You may not have to wait at all or you may have to wait up to an hour depending when you show up and how many other people are waiting in line before you. It will likely be a very quick visit to review meds and send in refills. No therapy will be offered during this time. We will bill your insurance or charge you the regular cash fee for medication management only. Please do not make a habit of using the walk in clinics. If you prefer scheduled very short visits please call the office so we can plan in advance during regular business hours. The patient is required to attend the walk-in clinic that same week he misses his scheduled appointment for the penalty fee not be charged (Can't spill over to the next week).

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Community Outreach Presentations

Hope Mental Health values being a part of the Treasure Valley Community! One way we try to reach out to our community is by speaking about mental health related topics to various groups and organizations in the area. The focus of these events is education and awareness of mental illnesses. Presentations may include: epidemiologic statistics, signs/symptoms, latest treatments, and prognosis for the identified topics; followed by a Q&A session. The presentation can also be tailored to fit your group’s needs.

We love teaching about mental health first aide; to help community members identify those who need professional help. Mr. Haas and Ms. Woodland have presented to various groups including parent groups, school districts, church groups, clinician groups and more. These events allow the attendees to have their specific questions answered, take a more active role in decreasing the stigma around mental illness through an open dialogue, and inform our providers of the greatest need in the community so we can serve you better! If your group could benefit from such an event, please reach out to our office to schedule a provider.

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Talk and Walk Sessions

We believe in nature and light exercise are complementary to mental health work. This is why we offer Talk and Walk appointments. Our office is right by the Boise Greenbelt, and together we can walk and be out in nature while we talk about your problems. Let’s get those neurotransmitters working! You can call us at 208-918-0958.

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3152 S. Bown Way, #102
Boise, ID 83706
Phone: 208-215-3541
Fax: 866 371 6410
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