Teton Behavior Therapy Services
Teton Behavior Therapy (TBT, LLC) provides mental health counseling for adults, children, and families in Idaho and Wyoming. Our team of experienced clinicians work with people of all ages to provide compassionate, effective care using evidence-based modalities in assessing their needs and attaining their goals, whether the focus is on behavioral health, executive functioning, other life challenges. We are thrilled to work with you or your child on the journey to become a healthier, happier member of your community. We offer therapy and case management in English and Spanish statewide in both Wyoming and Idaho, and in person at our Jackson, Pinedale, and Driggs offices. Meet the Team!
We value and prioritize the growth of our clients and families so they can live an enriching, satisfying life while realizing their highest potential. Our goal is to assist anyone at any age and stage in life find useful solutions to problems utilizing mental health counseling, telehealth, educational advocacy, art therapy, consulting, and more.
Times of uncertainty can create elevated stress and anxiety. We at TBT understand that many individuals are experiencing unique and challenging circumstances. Please find helpful links below to reliable sources as well as a more comprehensive list on our Practical Resources page.
- If you are currently thinking about or planning to harm yourself or someone else, please call 911
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: Staying Safe in an Unsafe Home
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- Health Careworkers: Managing Stress During COVID-19
- Understanding Panic Attacks and How to Cope During an Episode
- JH COVID Mental Health Resouces
- LGBTQI+ Support Group
When is therapy appropriate?
Significant life events can cause stress that might lead to problems with behavior, mood, sleep, appetite, focus, or social functioning. In some cases, it’s not as clear what’s caused someone to suddenly seem withdrawn, worried, or stressed. But if you feel you or your child might be struggling with a difficult life event or with how to respond to normal life events, trust your instincts. LEARN MORE >