Each of our therapists is highly skilled at working specifically with women struggling with anxiety, depression, self-harm, behavioral addictions and other mental health concerns. They use a combination of gospel-centered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) combined with Emotional Processing Therapy and gospel-centered Psycho-educational principles. The therapists are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. All groups are clinically supervised.
Aneladee has been working with women and adolescent girls for over 10 years. She specializes in working with those that struggle with anxiety and depression and the often unwanted behaviors that are associated with those mental health concerns.
Aneladee Milne stands at the forefront of the campaign to fight addictions, improve mental health and preserve the family. She has spent many years evangelizing addiction prevention through the Eternal Warriors program which she helped to develop with Sons of Helaman Director Maurice Harker, CMHC.
An innovative leader in therapeutic interventions for women and adolescent girls, she has championed addiction recovery and mental health causes using supportive group therapies developed by her mentor, colleague and friend Maurice Harker at Life Changing Services since 2011. This unique, spiritual approach to healing and recovery has helped over 1000 men, women, young men and young women throughout the nation, fueling a small revolution of warriors who are learning to fight the real enemy – Satan.
Aneladee holds a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts from Southern Virginia University and completed a master’s program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of the Cumberlands. She is the co-author of Eternal Warriors and the Daughters of Light programs and the creator of the program journals used at Life Changing Services. She and her husband are the parents of six children, several foster children and thirteen grandchildren.
Life is hard and a lot of work. We are continually bombarded with stressful and hard situations that make use feel small, weak, and powerless. Without sufficient knowledge and coping skills to combat these feelings, we may turn to unhelpful and even destructive behaviors. As life continues to change and bring new challenges, it can be very overwhelming, and we may think that this is just how we must live. Not true!
My passion is helping people recognize the impact of change, loss, and negative behaviors in their lives and finding healing through Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Narrative Therapy. By better understanding our thoughts and emotions, we can work to change problem saturated stories to ones that are happier and healthier, improving our functioning overall. This has helped me in my own life, in my marriage, and in learning to be a better parent to my children.
My educational background includes a Master of Social Work from Boise State University and a Bachelor of Social Work from Utah State University. I have experience working with children, teens, families, and groups in helping them learn a variety of skills to address and reduce dysfunctional and inappropriate behaviors.
I am married with four children. I live in Idaho Falls, ID and enjoy playing disc golf, racquetball, swimming, reading, gardening, and playing with my very active kiddos. I have been a social worker since 2005 and love working with people.