Syringa Wellness | Aspen Brain Health
Naturopath | Counseling | Holistic Healthcare

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Syringa Wellness

Counseling | Holistic Healthcare | Therapist | Naturopath | 


We feel mandated to take care of some of the most difficult and complex cases in mental & physical healthcare. Syringa Wellness offers a variety of health services including: naturopathic, massage, med free mental healthcare options, inner healing, pastoral counseling, state-licensed personal counseling, family counseling, and couples therapy. Our modalities include: Naturopathic Care, Amen Method, ANT therapy, holistic healthcare, EMDR, trauma informed therapy, behavioral modification, person centered therapy, solution focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, rational emotive therapy.

Syringa Wellness aspires to provide access to quality specialists, offer cutting edge training and a private practice incubator for professionals, and transform our community through the holistic healing of each individual.

State-Licensed Counseling (LCSW | LMSW)

In-House Partners: Massage, GoldZone Therapy, PRP, Blood-analysis, Thermography, Body Rolling, Mid-line therapy, Splankna, and more coming soon…

Outside Partners: Cereset, Vance Medical, Nampa Direct Care, and more…

PMA Licensed Pastoral Naturopath & Biblical Counselor (D.PSc, NCP, CBHC)

What is a Traditional Naturopath?

The titles “traditional naturopath” and “naturopathic doctor” (or “naturopathic physician”) are not interchangeable. A licensed naturopathic doctor (ND/NMD) is a primary care physician who is trained to diagnose and prescribe, while a traditional naturopath is not able to do either.

Traditional Naturopaths are trained specialists in a separate and distinct healing art, which uses noninvasive natural medicine. Most Traditional Naturopaths have participated in specialized courses of study in subjects such as anatomy, physiology, counseling, dietary evaluations, nutrition, herbology, acupressure, homeopathy, iridology, sclerology, hydrotherapy, detoxification, and oxygen therapy. Naturopaths tailor the healing modality to the needs of the individual with methods that are effective for both chronic and acute problems. Naturopaths cooperate with all branches of medical science, referring individuals to other practitioners as appropriate. In practice, traditional naturopaths perform lifestyle analysis, laboratory testing, nutritional and dietary assessments, metabolic analysis, muscle or autonomic response testing, and other evaluative procedures. They are trained to use a wide variety of natural methods, which involve the individual in the healing process. Naturopathy is based upon a belief in the body's innate God-given natural ability to heal itself when given an appropriate internal and external healing environment. Naturopaths, especially Biblical or Traditional Naturopaths, are not involved in the practice of medicine and do not use prescription drugs or pharmaceuticals, nor do they perform surgery, even minor. They have traditionally been referred to as "drugless practitioners." In reality, naturopathy deals with wellness and relief from conditions that are the result of stress whether from mental, spiritual, nutritional, environmental, or physical factors.

The Traditional Naturopathic Philosophy is based on the following principles:

1. Do no harm

2. That God has designed the body to be self-healing

3. Recognize the healing power of nature as designed by God

4. Recognize the supernatural healing power of God

5. The natural and supernatural work together

6. God has made provision for recovery of sickness

7. Identify the cause and source

8. Involve the total person (Spirit, then body, then soul)

9. Support the body rather than treat symptoms

10. Health is maintained through Biblical patterns and principles

The practice of Traditional Naturopathy is not considered the practice of medicine and is currently legal in all 50 states, except South Carolina, Florida and Tennessee.

The practice of Traditional Naturopathy is recognized as a common occupation at the Federal level (U.S. Congress 1928, 1929, 1930 and 30 Federal Court rulings between 1958 and 1978) and as such it is a profession protected under the 1st, 14th and 9th Amendments of the U.S. Constitution. Several states have also made this stipulation, including Idaho, which recently passed an optional state-licensed level. We will not be seeking any state-level Naturopathic Medical Doctorate (NMD) licensing at this time, because we do not diagnose or treat disease, prescribe or alter medication, or perform any minor surgeries; and instead choose to be regulated by the Pastoral Medical Association Board and Licensure as an establishment of religion and Biblical Naturopathy. Furthermore, we do not use the terms: ND, NMD, Dr., Doctor, or other state-licensed and recognized designations. We hereby consider our duties a “Mitzvah” or “commandment” by God to “heal the sick” and “bear one another’s burdens”. We do not practice medicine and are relegated only to the structure and function of the human body. We do this as a (5) “person engaged in good faith for religious reasons as a matter of conscience or based on a personal belief”; and (6) A person who administers treatment or provides advice regarding the human body and its function that does not use legend or prescription drugs in such practice; uses natural elements such as air, heat, water and light; uses only class I or class II nonprescription, approved, medical devices as defined in section 513 of the federal food, drug, and cosmetic act; uses only vitamins, minerals, herbs, homeopathics, natural food products and their extracts, and nutritional supplements; and who does not perform surgery; (CHAPTER 50, TITLE 54: NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIANS LICENSING ACT Exemptions 5&6). However, we maintain all freedoms of religion, press, speech, assembly of association, and regress of grievances under the First Amendment, and separation of church and state under US 26 501c3/508c1a.

For more info:




1609 S Kimball Ave
Suite 201
Caldwell, Idaho 83605


  • Overseer: Aspen Morrow, D.PSc, NCP

  • Clinical Director: Heather A Mascroft, LCSW

  • Clinical Therapist: Malisa Williams, LCSW

  • Therapist: Sara Winkelman, LMSW

  • Therapist: Mirella Garcia, LMSW

(208) 899-8101




  • Years in Practice: 10+ Years total

  • Designations: D.Psc, NCP, CPSS, LCSWs, LMSWs, CBHC

  • Year Graduated: Varies

  • Counselor License No. and State: LCSW-38397 Idaho (+more)

  • Naturopath License No: D.PSc-L4374979


  • Avg Cost (Counselors per session): $65 - $150

  • Avg Cost (Naturopath per session): $75 - $150

  • Brain Testing: $500 (Includes 2 apt, testing, results, and custom solutions protocols)

  • Labs: Varies

  • Sliding Scale: Yes

  • Accepts Insurance/HSA/EPA: Yes

  • Accepted Payment Methods: Cash, Check, Credit Cards, Venmo, PayPal, Papaya, Square, HSA, EPA, Most Insurances: Medicaid, Blue Cross/Shield, Regence, Optum, and more (verify before booking)


Additional Credentials

  • Membership: NASW

  • Member Since: 2017

  • Membership: PMA

  • Member Since: 2019

  • Psychology Today Verified

  • Caldwell Chamber of Commerce

  • Better Business Bureau listed


The purpose of human life is to serve, and to show compassion and the will to help others.
— Albert Schweitzer


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