About Alpine Integrative Wellness Therapists

Boise Location

Dr. Eryn Michaud, PhD, LCPC

Clinical Director/Therapist

Dr. Eryn Michaud is a psychotherapist, educator, group facilitator, published writer and the Clinical Director for Alpine Integrative Wellness. She brings a holistic approach to her work integrating her understanding of the psychophysiology of trauma, attachment theory, and spirituality. She has over a decade of experience working with adults, children, adolescents, couples, and families.

Dr. Michaud earned her Master’s degree in Integral Counseling Psychology and her PhD in Clinical Psychology.  In addition to this she integrates a vast array of post graduate training in various modalities including Peter Levine’s Somatic Experiencing, Diane Poole Hellar’s Dynamic Attachment Repatterning, Stan Tatkin’s Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy, Meditation, Yoga, and Eastern Wisdom Traditions. In addition to seeing clients in her private practice in Ketchum, Idaho she is also available for video and phone sessions.

(208) 720 6831

Daniel Rothman, MA, LCPC

Executive Director/Therapist

Daniel Rothman is a psychotherapist in private practice in the Wood River Valley. Having spent over a decade helping individuals bridge the journey into mature adulthood, he specializes in helping clients actively examine the relationships in their lives in order to build self-awareness, change old patterns, and create healthy new habits. He has significant experience with anxiety, depression, chemical dependence, ADHD, oppositional defiance disorder, and attachment issues. Whether it’s with gentle compassion or assertive challenge, Daniel meets each client where they are using the best tools to create opportunities for growth.

He uses a combination of relational, somatic, and psychoeducational approaches in his practice. Daniel also utilizes neurotherapy (neurofeedback) as an adjunct to talk therapy. Neurotherapy is extremely helpful for conditions such as ADHD and autism.

Daniel has been a clinical field instructor in wilderness therapy since 2010 and currently works as the Adventure Guide for BlueFire Wilderness Therapy. Daniel received his masters degree in Counseling Psychology from Naropa University and is currently completing a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology.

(208) 471 4838

Jamie Buckingham, MS


Jamie Buckingham is a psychotherapist with special emphasis in Trauma, Grief, Crisis, Play Therapy, Internal Family Systems (IFS), and Jungian Integrated Sandtray. Using integrative methods, Jamie encourages clients to gain self-awareness, develop somatic insight, and gain skill sets towards inner healing. Her approach is one of collaboration between client and therapist, believing that each person holds the ability to uncover their inner “Self” and come into Alignment. 

Jamie enjoys working with and being part of the family of military community, first responders, LGBTQ+ allied, couples, individuals, teens, and children. She earned her Master’s Degree in Marriage Couple and Family Counseling from Northwest Nazarene University. Jamie is also a National Certified Counselor, a Licensed Professional Counselor and currently operates in leadership positions within the Idaho Counseling Association.

Prior to transitioning to Idaho Jamie grew up in the Pacific Northwest of Washington state. When not in the office Jamie can be found on a mountain trail, by a river, or reading a good book.


Kalee Schwarting


Kalee is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a background in trauma, grief, and crisis intervention.

In her work with clients, she utilizes client-centered and trauma informed approaches, believing that every individual knows their own situation best and has within them the strength and resources to heal. She incorporates attachment-based, Somatic Experiencing, and Internal Family Systems approaches as well as play therapy interventions for younger clients.

Kalee is experienced in working with diverse populations of all ages including individual adults, couples, adolescents, and children. Her areas of expertise include infertility, neurodivergent individuals, Spanish-speaking clients, ADHD, autism, and a variety of learning disabilities. She can also support families in navigating school accommodations for their children.

Kalee offers telehealth services to better meet the needs of clients in rural areas, with busy schedules, or other barriers to attending in-person therapy.

(208) 806 1831

Elena Marchesan, MS, LPC


Elena’s approach to psychotherapy is grounded in fostering an engaging and accepting therapeutic environment. She works with children, adolescents, young adults, and families. She has specialized experience with individuals on the Autism spectrum, developmental trauma, and youth at risk. With strength-based interventions she works to empower her clients to live up to their fullest potential. She utilizes play therapy, somatic approaches, attachment theory, and mindfulness.

Elena earned her Master’s degree at Georgia State University with a focus on Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling, a degree that reflects her passion for working with individuals living with disabilities. Additionally, she is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, a National Certified Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor. 

Outside of her work, she enjoys traveling, spending quality time with family, meditating, and hiking with her partner and their four dogs.

Elena was born and raised in Castelfranco Veneto, a Northeastern city in Italy. She is fluent in Italian, English, Spanish, and French. In addition to in office appointments Elena offers Telehealth for those clients living in rural areas, with busy schedules, or other barriers to in person sessions. 

(208) 450 5432

Amie Longmire, MS, LPC


Amie Longmire is a psychotherapist, educator, group facilitator, published writer, and Reiki practitioner, practicing in the Treasure Valley. Her background in teaching, art, and working with veterans gives her a creative approach to helping others create space to uncover their authentic selves, discover their strengths, and tell a new story with their lives. She believes when we start telling better stories, we begin living better lives.

Amie’s approach to counseling center’s around self-compassion, mindfulness, attachment, and creative storytelling. She specializes in working with trauma, prolonged stress, attachment/relationship issues, spirituality, anxiety, depression, and how those affect each of us physically.

Amie earned her Master’s degree in Counseling at Northwest Nazarene University and also holds a Master’s degree in Creative Writing from the University of Southern California. She is an avid knitter, meditator, yogi, hiker, DIYer, dog walker, and gardener.

(208) 391 2822