Dr. Charles Rice

Licensed, Clinical Psychologist

Living Hope Clinic professionals welcome you with an open ear to help you, or a loved one, cope through emotional difficulties.

Boise, ID

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Boise
3308 N Cole Rd, LIVING HOPE CLINIC, Boise ID 83704, United States
Mon: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tue: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thu: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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About me

I am passionate about providing relief to those who still suffer from a variety of pains and discomforts. I have been practicing now for over 40 years, first as a school psychologist and then as a clinical psychologist. I was licensed and practiced in the state of New York and Massachusetts before returning to the West where I was born and obtained my bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees.

I am married and have two, adult daughters. I have lived in Idaho for over 30 years and in Boise, Idaho for 25 years.


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Dr. Charles Rice Answers
Freud first came to the study of the unconscious mind through studying the effects of hypnosis. He did not care for the hypnosis of his day so he developed free association as a method of accessing the unconscious causes of neurotic symptoms. This method takes a long time and it is difficult to test experimentally. (The developer of modern, conversational hypnosis was Dr. Milton Erickson. This is a more permission type of hypnosis that has found positive effects for many.) But the main focus of Freud's is that the there is an unconscious mind as reveled in our dreams and in other ways. While therapists today may not subscribe to all of what Freud had to say, many accept the idea that the unconscious or subconscious mind has a lot to do with what ails people who present a variety of symptoms.
Dr. Charles Rice Answers
Depression is common, but need not be dangerous. Being depressed is like a flat, discharged battery. This is from having many worries that are unsolved. Unsolved worries make the mind dream a lot or have lots of Rapid Eye Movements, (REM), while sleeping. This means that the sleeper is working all night and not getting enough restorative, (Non-Rem), sleep waking up tired. When one is first depressed, it is like a boat floating on the river with blocks to moving forward. At this stage, it is ok to float and do nothing for awhile while working to remove the block or find another tributary or route around the block. As one moves forward, it is like floating high in an airplane. There may be ups and downs, but one is always moving forward. I use these metaphors in and out of trance when utilizing guided imagery, (hypnosis), and Cognitive Behavior Therapy, (CBT), for curing depression. Don't wait, but call now for your healing.





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