Julie Dillehay is an experienced mediator/facilitator in educational issues, custody, family, and civil matters. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor. Her counseling experience includes, being a school, agency, and private practice counselor. Julie received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Boise State University (1985), a Masters of Counseling from Idaho State University (1991), Master of Arts in Religion from Northwest Nazarene University (2005), and an Educational Specialist in School Psychology from the University of Idaho (1997). Julie is a counselor at the College of Idaho and at Vallivue High School in Caldwell, Idaho. She has worked at the Lee Pesky Learning Center as an Educational Counselor, as an adjunct faculty member for the Boise State University masters in counseling program, and was also an affiliate faculty member in the Educational Specialist in School Psychology program at the University of Idaho. Julie is a past president of the Idaho Counselor Association (ICA) and currently is a member of the public policy and legislation committee for the American Counselor Association (ACA). She enjoys spending time with her husband, children, and grandchildren. She enjoys going to concerts, watching movies, traveling, sewing, and learning about new things.