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Our Treatment Team

DDA Program Director/Clinician

Jamie joined CenterPointe in 2013 as a clinician. Jamie attended Utah State University and Boise State University earning a Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in Social Work. She earned her clinical social work license in 2015. Jamie has been doing individual and family counseling since 2013 with children, teens, and adults. Jamie treats individuals with emotional and behavioral issues including, depression, anxiety, autism, ADHD, PTSD, and a variety of other psychological, family, and social problems. Jamie uses primarily Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Behavioral Therapy, but does pull from a variety of other approaches. Jamie specializes in individuals and families struggling with anxiety, depression, and autism. Jamie is the Program Director of the developmental disabilities program that started in 2016. Jamie has worked directly with individuals with developmental disabilities since 2002 and has a passion for working with this population.

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Founder's Story

CenterPointe, Inc., opened in 2003 when founder Christine Kildow, Ph.D., recognized a need for a professional clinic focused solely on children and their families, offering a full range of mental healthcare services under one roof. Dr. Kildow’s doctoral training in developmental and child psychology inspired her to establish CenterPointe, where children and families receive the highest level of professional care. As clinic director, Dr. Kildow remains actively involved in the day-to-day operations of CenterPointe.