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Anita Collier

I have worked in the mental health and human services profession for over 20 years providing services in various capacities, including work in juvenile corrections and outpatient clinical settings.  My experience also includes work with members of the military, as well as the refugee community.


I began my career in mental health after graduating from the University of Florida and the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida.  I was licensed in Tennessee as a counselor and worked several years in Memphis providing services for the homeless, HIV/AIDS population and for those struggling with addictions.  


I have been licensed as a Clinical Professional Counselor in Idaho since 1997 and am also a National Board-Certified Counselor.  I continuously draw upon my broad range of experience to assist and guide my clients through managing the difficult times that lead them to seek out the services of a professional counselor.  


B.S. in Psychology, University of Florida, 1990 
M.Ed. in Counseling, University of North Florida, 1993 

Licenses & Certifications

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (Idaho)        July 1997 – Present
Licensed Professional Counselor (Tennessee)             January 1996 – 2002
NBCC National Certified Counselor                      1995 - Present


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