Jennifer Browning  LCPC, NCC

Clinical Director

Boise Staff

Mental Health Staff:
Jennifer Browning is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor offering counseling services in; trauma, marriage and family, grief, depression, anxiety, survivors of physical and sexual abuse, adolescents, and adults. Jennifer supports clients using a systemic and solution focused approach. To do this she looks at the entire system in and around a client’s life, gathers information, and then a team approach is used between client and counselor to create the best environment and solutions for healing.

After completing her bachelor’s degree, Jennifer took a couple years off from school to work. During that time she realized she needed to continue her education to help make the kind of changes in people’s lives that would assist them in living a happier and healthier life. She went on to Northwest Nazarene University to get her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Counseling, graduating in 2006. Since that time Jennifer has received her endorsement as a Nationally Certified Counselor, became endorsed as a Registered Supervisor in the State of Idaho,  and is Part 2 trained in Eye Movement and Desensitization (EMDR). Jennifer serves on several local committees and hopes to make an impact on health services in Idaho. Type your paragraph here.

Jamus McCullough - Post Grad Intern

Jamus is currently working towards earning his LPC under the supervision of Brian Smith. Jamus has knowledge in play therapy, and family counseling. He hopes to be licensed by the end of this year.

Jake Marshall - Case Manager

Jake loves making a difference in the world around me wherever he can. He has been with Family Counseling Services as a Case Manager since 2018, and also works at Astegos.

Tim Flaherty - Case Manager

Tim Flaherty has served as an Americorps VISTA Member.  He produced The War On Poverty, a series of interviews which looks at homelessness in the fastest growing city in America.  He is the Founder of, a charity that focuses on breaking the cycle of homelessness by using the clinical model.  Astegos provides a support system for basic needs, professional counseling and transitional housing for homeless families.  In 2017, helped end homelessness for dozens of families.  This year they are determined to increase that number as they gain support and more people learn about their efforts.