Crystal Paul Counseling - Moscow, Idaho


828 S. Washington, St. Suite A, Moscow, ID 83843




I was raised in Northwest and have lived in the area most of my life. I attended Lewis-Clark State College for my undergraduate degree in Psychology and Argosy University, in Texas, for my graduate degree in Professional Counseling.

I am certified in Adlerian Therapy and have specialized training in Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) and Integrative Medicine for Mental Health. The modalities that I use in my private practice are: CBT, Person-Centered, EFT, and Adlerian Therapy. I treat anxiety, depression, and life transitions for people ages 14 and up.

I enjoy being a part of someone’s journey to a better self. The best part is being able to step in and walk through the hard stuff with them all the way through to the other side. There is a high level of satisfaction, for me, when I see my clients achieve their goals.

I choose to approach mental health counseling from a whole person perspective, which means looking at all aspects of a person’s life and not just the issue that brought them to my office. I often find there are many contributing factors and not just one that is causing them to seek out professional help. I feel it is important to look at how thoughts and emotions, mindfulness, self-care, nutrition, exercise, and many other aspects that make up who we are as a person and are vital to healing. By using a more holistic approach the results are much more long lasting and self-empowering.

I work primarily with individuals who have anxiety and depression. I also work with people going through life changes or needing help with what direction to go in next.
Anxiety can be debilitating. It can prevent you from engaging in and enjoying your life. But it does not have to. There are strategies you can learn to successfully treat anxiety.
Anxiety and depression can improve with healthy boundaries and routines.
Depression is like a heavy fog that muddles your thoughts and weighs you down. Sometimes the pain is so deep it feels like you cannot go on, that you do not want to go on.
Psychotherapy sessions are usually 55 min, with options for shorter sessions by request or necessity.



Anxiety and Depression; Life Changes.





Counseling and Mental Health