Jeremiah Guidos
Jeremiah Guidos

Clinical Director

Jeremiah earned his bachelor's degree as a Dean’s List graduate in 2004 and his Master's degree in Clinical Counseling from George Fox University in 2011. Jeremiah is a licensed clinical professional counselor in the state of Idaho and the state of Montana. He has clinical experience and training in many different areas including trauma, neuroscience, attachment, addiction, equine, play therapy, family therapy, experiential therapy and more. He is also a trained clinical supervisor.

Jeremiah has worked with teens and their families since 2001. Over the years, he has worked in private practice, residential programming, multiple school systems, and clinical outpatient settings. Jeremiah approaches counseling from a relational position using Rogerian theory as a foundation to build treatment options. He views his work as a calling.

In his free time, Jeremiah loves to spend time with his wife and two daughters. When he’s not busy serving families and kids outside the home, he enjoys exploring the great outdoors in many ways, such as: hiking, biking, driving, skiing, snowboarding, fishing, tubing down the rivers, jumping in puddles, swimming at the lake, etc.

Interesting Facts: He played college baseball. He jumped out of a perfectly good airplane. He served many thousands of kids since 2001. He discovered God in 1989 near a small town called Lapwai, Idaho even though he’s not from Idaho originally. He has a sweet collection of sports cards and he did some podcasting with his wife.