Coire Weathers, MD – Psychiatrist
Dr. Weathers was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. He grew up in the north end, attended Boise High, and went to Boise State games with his dad. Throughout high school and college Dr. Weathers actively volunteered with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boo at the Zoo, and took every opportunity he could to help those in need. Dr. Weathers attended The College of Idaho In Caldwell, Idaho before being admitted to the University of Maryland School of Medicine. During his residency he served as the Chief Resident at Sheppard Pratt Hospital. As a Boise native, Dr. Weathers always knew he wanted to return to help the community that helped raise him. It was always Dr. Weathers’ dream to open his own clinic, one named specifically after a place near and dear to his family. Lost River Wellness is the outcome of that dream.
Dr. Weathers currently holds the following positions:
- Adult Unit Director, St. Alphonsus Behavioral Health Inpatient Unit
- Panel Member, ECHO Idaho Opioid Addiction and Treatment
- Leader/Panel Member, ECHO Idaho Behavioral Health
- Provider and Part Owner, Sage Healthcare
Shawn Jensen, LCPC – Clinical Supervisor
Shawn Jensen began her career in accounting, but quickly realized it wasn’t where her passion lay. After beginning school for counseling she discovered her love for helping those with mental health disorders and addictions, and has continued to help those in need ever since.
Emmy Weathers, LMSW – Primary Therapist
Emmy Weathers is a graduate of the University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Social Work program. Prior to her graduate studies, she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the College of Idaho. Emmy has been a Licensed Master Social Worker since 2007 and has practiced with an Employee Assistance Program company located in Baltimore, MD; outpatient behavioral health practice; and a community based detox and mental health facility. Her focus is individual, need-based counseling.
Jenika Davis, LPC – Primary Therapist
Jenika Davis has been a Licensed Professional Counselor since August of 2019, previously working with survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. She is a graduate of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Idaho State University, and is an experienced proctor of individual and group therapy. Jenika’s clinical methodology includes focus on Relational Cultural Theory, Mindfulness, and strengths-based counseling. To keep herself well, Jenika enjoys exploring the outdoors and spending time with her son and two kittens.