ATTENTION: Now offering Saturday appointments!
Video conferencing available during COVID-19 outbreak

Choose your preferred location.

To request an appointment for McCall & Provo please call 208-918-0958

Now offering out-of-network telepsych services across the states of

Idaho and Utah!

Hope Mental Health

Psychiatric Mental Health Specialists located in Boise, ID & Meridian, ID, and McCall, ID

At Hope Mental Health, we 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. Attention: Now offering Saturday visits with Jen Phillips!

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Hope Mental Health

At Hope Mental Health, we 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. Attention: Now offering Saturday visits with Jen Phillips!

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NEW LOCATION!

Now practicing med management in McCall, ID. By appointment only.
Call 208-918-0958. or email Office@hopementalhealth.com

Satu H. Woodland, PMHCNS


Ms. Woodland is the clinic owner and has provided mental health treatment to her patients for 30+ years. She completed her education at the University of California, San Francisco and currently focuses on psychiatric evaluations with medication management services. OCD and Bipolar Disorder are her favorites and are subspecialties of hers, though she is very skilled in treating OCD, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, psychosis, ADHD, etc... For those looking for therapy, we have our network of amazing therapists who we can refer you to. Satu is currently accepting new Adolescent and Adult patients.

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Now Available!

The First Two Installments of the Little Psychiatric Toolbox Series by Satu Woodland PMHCNS-BC!

Depression and Anxiety are wide-spread and Ms Woodland has collected a set of terrific tools that help. Nurses are the most trusted professionals in the United States according to Gallup Polls. They are honest, practical, educated and compassionate health care providers without the ego to get in the way. This book is full of practical and proven things you can do to help yourself. Integrative in nature, it will show you how to deal with the anxiety of children, select exercises to reduce anxiety, avoid problematic environmental factors and add supports of the right types of therapy, supplements and medication, if necessary. A quick read to help yourself and your loved ones!

Are you interested in joining our team?
Looking for PMHNPs to grow with us! You will benefit from our full infrastructure as well as AN HOURLY or percentage of collected fees. These independent contractor positions will give you the opportunity to grow your own practice from part time up to full time. You have total choice of when (including evenings and weekends) and how you work. Choice of when to take off provided you plan for your patient coverage. You will benefit from our full infrastructure including, schedulers, billers, assistants, EHR, marketing and room. Currently, must be willing to video conference. This offers you an opportunity to bridge from an employee state to building your own PMHNP practice. We are open to providers living in Idaho, Utah, Oregon or nearby independent practice states. You get licensed there first and we will do the insurance credentialling.

Attention PMHNP students: Some of our providers may be willing to precept selected students in their final year. Interview is required to see if you are a good fit for our practice.

Currently, we are in special need of male providers and providers of
color and other cultures to meet the needs of diverse populations which is
very important to us.

Meet Satu Woodland!

 

Where did that name come from? Click to find out this and more!

Our Benzodiazepine Policy

 

These controlled substances are serious business. Click the image to hear Satu explain our policy.

Cultural Inclusiveness

 

No one is alone and everyone is welcome at Hope Mental Health.
Please click on the link to hear Satu discuss our cultural inclusiveness
Two New Books Now Available From: Satu H. Woodland, PMHCNS-BC, APRN

Two New Books Now Available From: Satu H. Woodland, PMHCNS-BC, APRN

 Want to purchase books, click below:

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After Hours Missed Appointment Clinic


Like other clinics we do charge for no shows and cancellations with less than 24 hour notice which is a flat $100 no matter how long the appointment was scheduled for. This is because another patient could have taken your spot. However recently we have created a way for our patients to avoid 75% of the fee under certain conditions. On Tuesday and Wednesday nights we hold a Missed Appointment Clinic for our established patients who miss their appointment or canceled with less than 24 hour notice. Between 5 PM and 6 PM, we will see anybody for a short encounter (usually about 5 to 15 minutes ) who signs up for an appointment with the office ahead of time. Please be aware you may not see your normal provider but the provider on duty that night. This person will not be doing any med changes but will be able to refill meds. That's why it is always better to keep your appointment that you have scheduled with your own provider. Doing video conferencing visits really makes it easy to keep your appointment. You can do it in your car, or outside your work on a lunch break or when the baby is down for a nap. Feel free to call the office with any questions around that!

Telepsychiatry


 
We are now offering video conferencing visits from our location to wherever you are, including your home! We take most insurances. Please check your coverage.

How it works: you will be emailed an invitation to sign up for GoogleDuo app, a HIPAA compliant video conferencing platform. You will sign up in Duo with your phone number and on the given day and time I will contact you. It's as simple as that!

To make a video conferencing appointment, please call the office and tell them where you are and be prepared for a brief screening interview.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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