Recovery and Growth are enhanced in a safe, supportive and confidential environment where people can share honestly without fear of recrimination, shame or judgment.
- Couples Therapy
- Healing When Trust Has Been Broken
- Grief and Loss Therapy
- Sexual Addiction, Compulsion and Recovery
- Depression, Anxiety & Stress
- Strengthening the Marriage Bond
- Trauma Resolution and Integration
- Divorce Recovery
- Drug Assessment, Treatment & Prevention
- Meaning, Purpose and Spiritual Life
Charles Gregg, LMFT; CSAT
Charles Gregg (Charlie) has been a Marriage, Family and Child Therapist for 34 years. Licensed in both Idaho (#LMFT-7591) and California (#MFT23629). In addition, he is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) with the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals. (IITAP) Charlie has worked in a wide range of therapeutic venues and this breadth of experience allows him to support clients with many different presenting problems.
Charlie began his work in the helping professions in the early 1970’s as a youth leader in the church community. Upon discovering counseling as both a gift and passion, Charlie returned to graduate school to complete dual Masters Degrees. In the years that have followed, Charlie founded and directed the Family Care Counseling Center in La Mesa, California; (1985-1993) became staff therapist for Southern Indian Health Counsel’s Inpatient Adolescent Treatment Facility serving Native American Youth; (2000-2005) and concurrently served as Director of Imperial Valley Drug & Rehab Clinic, Supervised the Child Abuse Treatment Program for the Imperial County Office of Education, taught as a Lead Faculty member in The University of Phoenix’s Masters of Counseling Program and provided Clinical Supervision for Interns and Associates at Aurora Behavioral Health in Rancho Bernardo, California. (2005-2013)
For the seven years prior to he and his family’s recent move to Eagle, Idaho, Charlie was fortunate to serve as Clinical Specialist at the Community Counseling Center aboard Camp Pendleton Marine Base. (2014-2020) In this valued position he worked with Marines and their families struggling with individual, marital, PTSD and addiction related issues.
This new season of therapy has allowed Charlie to work with clients that can benefit from his diverse experience and relational style. Charlie is presently able to see clients face to face in the Boise area along with clients in other parts of the nation through the Telehealth/Computer Medium.