Meet Our Clinicians
Richard earned a Bachelors Degree from Idaho State University. He has earned a Masters Degree from North West Nazarene University in Social Work with an emphasis on Addiction and is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional.
Richard is originally from Pocatello, Idaho and he relocated to Idaho Falls in 2008. He has enjoyed the many experiences of living in various cultures. Richard has worked hard to overcome various obstacles to be able to live out his dream of helping others overcome their problems. Richard is a proud father of four and has a granddaughter. Richard enjoys sports, outdoors, hiking, people, traveling, learning, and above all his ability to overcome struggles and help others do the same.
It has been Richard’s dream to be a mental health therapist since he can remember. He looks forward to working with clients to help them achieve happy and fulfilling lives.
Rick (Richard) Reboiro
MS, LPC, CCTP
Rick holds three degrees, receiving in 2007, an Associates of Arts in Criminology and Bachelors of Science in Political Science, pre law, from Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho. Continuing on to earn his Masters of Science in Professional Counseling in 2015, from Grand Canyon University. out of Phoenix Arizona.
His areas of practice and focus are major mood disorders, trauma, self esteem/self worth, loss/grieving, parenting, career development, cyber addictions, relationship/couples and faith-based counseling.
He was raised in the military having spent time overseas in the Republic of Panama from 1986 to 1993 and graduating from DODDs schools in 1991. He comes from a diverse work background of blue collar fields, eventually seeking to become a mental health professional after helping many friends with difficult life experiences, assisting them in obtaining durable outcomes. He enjoys facilitating change in the lives of others to find happiness and peace.
He celebrates 29 years of marriage to his wife Tammy. They moved to Idaho in 1999 to set down roots and raise their family. They are proud parents of four wonderful adult sons, two of whom are autistic. They are also the proud grandparents of one grandson.