William Tyler Steers

Tyler Steers profile

William Tyler Steers


Tyler is an Idaho native and has been working in healthcare for nearly 20 years. He received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Boise State University and spent over 10 years in mental health before transitioning to nursing. He then received his bachelor’s degree in nursing from Boise State and worked in the emergency department for 5 years prior to receiving his graduate degree from Gonzaga University. He is currently a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner.

Tyler has a passion for both functional and integrative medicine which helps him to use a holistic perspective when treating patients. Tyler specializes in lifestyle changes and weight management and enjoys working with patients who want to be invested in their own health and work together as a team to reach goals and maintain strong mental health. 

He is board certified through the American Board of Anti-Aging in hormone replacement therapy. Tyler is also currently enrolled in the board certification programs for The Institute for Functional Medicine and anticipates board certification within the next year.


Joined Healthy Habits Wellness Clinic


Nurse Practitioner

Tyler was responsible for initial psychiatric assessment and evaluation, diagnoses, developing treatment plans, and regular patient follow up. He utilized holistic psychiatric care in patient treatment, including incorporating various evidence based therapeutic modalities in addition to medication management. He screened patients for sleep apnea, hormone imbalances, and vitamin deficiencies. He also supervised by board certified psychiatrist with complete chart review and regular training complete patient care, labwork, comprehensive medication management, and referrals done regularly. Perma Mental Health – Boise, ID

AANP Board Certified


MSN Family Nurse Practitioner in Nursing

Gonzaga University – Spokane, WA

Emergency Department Charge Nurse

As charge nurse at a critical access hospital, Tyler was responsible for direct patient care as well as delegating tasks to other nurses, paramedics, and support staff. He also ran the emergency department, while simultaneously ensuring appropriate care of hospital and swing bed patients as well. This required a blended approach of both, patient care, as well as quality control and maintaining elevated standards of care.

Bachelors Degree in Nursing

Boise State University – Boise, ID

Emergency Department Technician (EMT I)

As an Emergency Department Technician/EMT, Tyler assisted providers and nurses with all manners of procedures. Additionally, he was responsible with the associated tasks, such as EKG’s, IV starts/blood draws, patient care, and assisting during critical situations and codes. His time in the Emergency Department allowed him to learn how the department functioned and gain experience prior to beginning work as an RN in the Emergency Department at St. Alphonsus , Nampa.

Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist

As a psychosocial rehabilitation specialist, Tyler provided care for multiple aspects of patients mental health. Tyler worked with patients individually, as well as collaboratively with clinicians to determine patient goals in the home, community, and school setting. An emphasis in positive mental health was maintained, utilizing various behavior modification techniques as well as medication management and compliance. He educated clients and guided them through multiple types of relaxation techniques, and guided imagery to focus on coping with various types of mental health issues as well as cognitive functioning difficulties. In addition to community based rehabilitation, He was responsible for teaching drug and alcohol classes in the Nampa School District.

Bachelors Degree in Psychology

Boise State University – Boise, ID