Center for Counseling and Growth

 Center For  

counseling &


  A Place to matter 





The counseling or therapeutic approach is an invitation to explore concerns in a safe environment that offers acceptance, radical empathy, attuned listening and supportive feedback.  If we get the chance to work together, I think you will notice my capacity to move fluidly with you in and out of deep emotional territories, bringing presence, creative processes and attention to places often held with judgment and shame, providing support for the feelings or things that are often not spoken and passed over in silence, emerging from the background as symptoms - depression, anxiety, loneliness, addiction or pain.  We work collaboratively to understand influences from the past, to uncover hidden or denied aspects of self and to identify strengths and resources that can provide solutions for existing concerns.  We lean into the challenging terrain of deepening trust in self and others and cultivate awareness in how problems are supported and maintained, opening room for subtle shifts, for choice and responsibility, for healing.  Therapy is a courageous choice to open to meaningful support, to let yourself matter, to be responsive to dormant yearnings, to move into a more accepting and nourishing relationship with oneself and the world, and to awaken to the beautiful possibilities of an authentic life.  I look forward to connecting and being a human resource in your journey.  


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The water is fluid, soft and yielding. But the water will wear away rock, which is rigid and cannot yield. As a rule, whatever is fluid, soft and yielding will overcome whatever is rigid and hard. This is another paradox [of living]: what is soft is strong.
— Lao Tzu





50 minute Psychotherapy session

Therapy appointments include ongoing treatment for an individual and/or couples and family counseling.  Forms of payment include self-pay and insurance.  In some instances, a sliding scale format can be negotiated.  Payment is due at time of service.


diagnostic assessment 

At the beginning of therapy, a comprehensive assessment is completed with each client.  This typically includes a 1.5 hour session that covers issues related to client history, presenting issues, goals for counseling and treatment planning.



walking & nature therapy

Meeting for a counseling appointment in a natural setting (travel expense included in the fee). Variable rate depending on length of appointment and location. 

consultation & supervision

Supportive consultation and supervision for practitioners seeking advanced training in areas of gestalt practice or working with specific client populations.  Additional consultation options available for professionals navigating career or life concerns.



group facilitation

Ongoing personal development workshops and therapy group options will be made available through this practice.  Depending on enrollment and topic, fees will be variable.

health insurances accepted


Blue Cross

Regence/Blue Shield


Participating In-Network Provider for BrightPath (including Select Health, Mountain Health and Pacific Source)

SLHP CCP (St. Luke's Health Partners Coordinated Care Plan for Micron and CarePoint Managed-Care)

Medicare Advantage (including True Blue & Secure Blue Plans)

United Behavioral Health

ComPsych Network (State of Idaho EAP)

Pacific Source

IPN (Idaho Physician's Network)

Idaho Medicaid (Outpatient)


Fear is the cheapest room in the house. I would like to see you in better living conditions.
— Haliz



Hi.  My name is Logan Lamprecht.  It's hard to know what to say in this space that might be important to you.  So, I will tell you what feels important to me, imagining this can provide an initial platform for connecting:  (a) I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC 6784, Idaho) and have been providing therapeutic services for the past decade in Cleveland, Ohio, where my wife and I have raised our four children, before making the decision to relocate to familiar landscapes in the western frontier of Idaho, where we are originally from; (b) I obtained my Ph. D., from Kent State University and taught in the graduate counseling program at Cleveland State; (c) I have been an associate faculty at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, where I regularly facilitated personal growth experiences for individuals seeking to live more authentic existences; (d) Specialty areas of practice include working with adolescents and adults, couples and families, LGBTQI client populations, and group practice, and I primarily work from a humanistic framework, drawing from feminism, cognitive based treatment approaches, mindfulness and strive to work relationally and creatively with individuals to work through the "stuckness" that is commonly found with emotional or mental health problems, opening up space for a more meaningful existence.  I like to think that my sensitivity, warm curiosity, and genuineness as a person will be qualities you will notice early on if we get the chance to meet.  I look forward to connecting with you.  Please click below to learn more about me and my professional background. 

Whatever returns from oblivion returns to find a voice.
— Louise Gluck
Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable.
— Fred Rogers




This is a space for you to introduce yourself to me.  You are welcome to provide contact information for scheduling an initial visit or to reach out to learn more.  I'm looking forward to connecting.  If you prefer to speak by phone, you are welcome to call and leave a voice message.  If you contact me between Monday and Friday, you can anticipate a response within 24 hours.