Patient Reviews
Patient Reviews
  • Over the past 1 1/2 years we’ve had several family members use various services offered by Integrated Counseling and Wellness. Each provider has offered excellent, professional services, and we love their unique ability to work through both conventional and alternative methods of healing body and soul, all under one roof. Their new location is even more conveniently located, spacious, and beautiful. We always feel welcome and comfortable there.

  • I always feel so cared for, respected, and important! My every scheduling/prescription/ insurance/ health emergency has been focused on and made a priority. I know I can depend on the best service and attention. There is no better doctor's office in town. You've hugely improved my life over and over and over again. Thank you

  • Caring and Knowledgeable staff. Comfortable and Safe environment. Great results on every visit! I highly recommend Integrated Counseling!

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Integrated Counseling & Wellness (ICW) is a mental health counseling and wellness center that provides herbal therapy, nutritional interventions, mindfulness therapies, financial counseling, electro-cranial stimulation therapy, education workshops and one-on-one intensive therapy sessions. ICW helps people from all over southeastern Idaho and is located at 101 East Main Street, Suite 210 in Rexburg, ID 83440. Learn more by calling 208-357-3104.

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