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Counseling Techniques for Substance Use Disorders Panel

Sara Bennett, LCPC, CADC

Sara Bennett, LCPC, CADC completed her Master of Education degree at Washington State University, with a focus in educational leadership and counseling psychology. She began her career as a clinician with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare before transitioning to Riverside Recovery in Lewiston, Idaho. In 2015, she took over management and ownership of the facility and now acts as Executive Director. The State of Idaho recognizes Sara as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Supervisor. She currently serves on Idaho’s Region 2 Behavioral Health Board as well as the Board of the Lewis-Clark Healthcare Foundation.

Sara Bennett, LCPC, CADC

Executive Director, Owner, Riverside Recovery, Lewiston

Sara Bennett

Kaitlin Fledderjohann, CPRC

Kaitlin Fledderjohann earned her associate degree in Criminal Justice from the College of Western Idaho in Nampa. Before graduating, she interned with a Drug Court in Boise where she currently serves as a certified peer recovery coach. Kaitlin graduated Drug Court in 2017 and has been sober since then. As a peer recovery coach, she uses her life experience to empower and help others living with substance use disorders pursue recovery through the connection to recovery-based community organizations and resources. In her free time, Kaitlin enjoys hiking, fishing and spending time with her two dogs, one of whom she is training to be a therapy dog.

Kaitlin Fledderjohann, CPRC

Certified Peer Recovery Coach, Drug Court

Katie Fledderjohann

Drew Holliday, MSW

Drew Holliday began working in the mental health field as a case manager prior to completing her Master of Social Work degree at Boise State University. Passionate about social policy and gerontology, Drew acts as a member of the Ada County Mental Health Court treatment team, where she assists people living with substance use, mental and behavioral health disorders, utilizing a harm- reduction approach. She currently works as Grants Manager at Trivium Life Services in Boise. In her free time, Drew spends most of her time with her pup, Dizzy and enjoys cooking, catching up on a good movie, traveling and trying new foods.

Drew Holliday, MSW

Case Management, Trivium Life Services, Boise

Drew Holliday

Nari Hsiu, DO, Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine Specialist

Dr. Nari Hsiu is originally from Tacoma, WA and is a graduate of the University of Washington. She obtained her osteopathic medical degree at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences in Yakima, WA. She completed psychiatry residency training at the University of Washington, Idaho Advanced Clinician Track. Following completion of the fellowship program, Dr. Hsiu plans to pursue a career in community psychiatry and addiction medicine here in Idaho. She is excited and honored to participate in ECHO Idaho.

Nari Hsiu, DO, Addiction Medicine Fellow

University of Washington, Boise Addiction Medicine Fellowship

Nari Hsiu

Natalia Samudovsky, LPC, NCC

Natalia Samudovsky, LPC, NCC, is a licensed professional counselor and a national certified counselor at Trivium Life Services in Boise. As a substance use disorder counselor and therapist, Natalia works with both adolescent and adult clients in individual and group settings, specializing with clients who are justice-involved. She has served as a primary therapist for the Ada County LEAD program, coordinating care with Raise the Bottom Idaho and the Boise Police Department. Prior to becoming licensed, she completed her clinical internship at the Idaho Juvenile Correctional Facility in Nampa and received training in youth suicide assessment and prevention services. Natalia is passionate about helping those with behavioral health and substance use disorders. She received her Master’s in Counseling at Boise State University in 2018 with a focus on addiction counseling.

Natalia Samudovsky, LPC, NCC

Counselor, Trivium Life Services, Boise

Natalia Samudovsky

Contact Project ECHO

Physical Address:

Idaho Water Center
322 E. Front Street, Ste. 222
Boise, ID 83702

Phone: 208-364-4072

Fax: 208-364-3178

Email: echoidaho@uidaho.edu