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Kate Hosie, Counselor  in Vancouver
“I believe that every person can thrive. I work with individuals, children, and their families to learn how to manage their thoughts and emotions in healthy ways.
Medicaid
(360) 524-4564
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Kathie Ray-Annis, MSW, P.S., Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
“Making the decision to seek counseling takes courage. If you are reading this then I know that you are a courageous person. I know that you are seeking skills to overcome something in your life that is emotionally painful. Let me help you create a relationship with the life you want.
Medicaid
(360) 663-4491
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Margaret Browning, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Are you LIVING or just EXISTING? Depression, anxiety, fatigue, a sudden inability to manage stress, can erode your quality of life. At Healthy Thoughts Counseling we help guide you toward engaging in LIFE again. In some cases a brain injury can be a precipitating factor to the feelings of emotional disconnection. Brain injuries occur from a blunt trauma to the brain or stroke,residual damage can also occur with the occurrence of frequent severe migraines. Our services are not limited to Brain Injury, we provide marital/relationship counseling. We help you rebuild communication skills necessary to keep the relationship alive.,
Medicaid
(360) 339-8830
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Sue M Bernt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW
“Sue Specializes in working with children (ages 2-14) and their families, working on relationships, behavior challenges, depression, stress and anxiety problems, self worth, and trauma. Play in therapy allows children to communicate and learn to solve problems and change their negative behaviors. Sometimes it involves the entire family. I am currently accepting EAP benefited adults to assist in processing unexpected life situations. Theories used in treatment: Family Systems Theory Developmental Psychotherapy Psychoeducation Attachment Person-Centered Cognitive/Cognitive-Behavioral
Medicaid
(503) 822-6579
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Brandy A Marks, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Whether you are sorting out a difficult relationship, facing the challenges of parenting, breaking the grip of addiction, dealing with mental illness, recovering from trauma or childhood abuse, or simply seeking support and encouragement as you pursue a new direction in life, I am here to help. Having struggled with the effects of childhood abuse and addiction myself, I understand what a person may be dealing with, but together we can find the answers you are seeking.
Medicaid
(360) 312-7248
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Northwest ADHD Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Vancouver
“Dr. Lennen has received specialized training focused on the treatment/assessment of symptoms related to ADHD. Training includes, among others, the OHSU Pediatric Neuropsychology Clinic and Child Development Clinic. Here, he focused on assessing and treating neurological disorders such as ADHD. In addition to training in hospital environments, Dr. Lennen has experience working with adults and students from Elementary School through College focused on developing strategies to improve academic, interpersonal, occupational, and one's overall functioning. Dr. Lennen values the unique strengths of individuals with this disorder, appreciating that often interacting with those diagnosed with ADHD is often very exciting and amusing. Working together with Dr. Lennen, your primary mental health clinician, you will benefit from clear and concise education about ADHD, evidenced-based treatment practices, and a lot of laughter through the treatment process.
Medicaid
(503) 374-0658
We serve:
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Natalia Tommasi, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Hello! I am a tri-cultural and a tri-lingual Russian/English/Spanish mental health therapist. I work with adults of all ages to improve their mood, worry less, regain their zest for life, sleep soundly, recognize their strengths, and banish panic, anger and unnecessary guilt. There is nothing more rewarding to me than seeing my clients increase hope, better understand their problems and improve their quality of life.
Medicaid
(971) 832-5684
Office is near:
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Excelsior Youth Center, Treatment Facility  in Vancouver
“Excelsior Youth Center is a nonprofit, private agency, located in north Spokane, Washington. For over 30 years we have provided comprehensive behavioral health services (mental health & substance use services) to youth (males and females ages 10-21) and their families through several programs, both inpatient and outpatient. In an effort to serve the whole person, not just a presenting problem, we provide a holistic approach offering specialized services to all individuals, regardless of the program. Multidisciplinary and dual-licensed teams across all programs are combined weekly to consult and ensure they are providing the best possible psychiatric, mental health and substance use services. Individuals experiencing co-occurring issues (any combination of two or more mental health and substance use issues) will find specialists in many fields are available in all programs. Excelsior Youth Center maintains a 55,000 square foot facility and a thirty-four acre site with several outdoor courtyards, sports fields, gardens, recreation courts, swimming pool, gymnasium, hiking trails and more. An onsite medical department and fully accredited Junior and Senior High School ensure the medical and educational needs of residents are met. Please visit our website to learn more about our programs and services. www.excelsioryouthcenter.com
Medicaid
(509) 740-3561
We serve:
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Medicaid
(360) 529-5136
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Brian Scott Killian, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Medicaid
(310) 341-2727
Vancouver, Washington 98660
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Mindful, Inc, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker serving adults and older adults and their systems of care. I provide Supportive Counseling and Therapy, Caregiver Support Services, Mental Health Assessments, Behavior Management, and Consultations. I also provide training to facility and home care staff on Geriatric Mental Health, Sensitivity Training, Depression, Dementia and Behavior Management.
(360) 389-2972
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Jeanne L Meyer, Counselor  in Vancouver
“You are tired of living this way. You either know or aren't sure what the problem is, but you want it to be better now. You don't want to just sit and talk, you want change in your life. In my practice, we identify the things getting in your way, decide how to move through the challenges and make your life better, permanently. Call for a free 30 minute introductory session. Others have said, "Your clinical skills are amazing," "Your compassion shows in everything you do!" Check out my Facebook page www.facebook.com/Jeanne.L.Meyer
(360) 529-4833
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Betsy Phinney, Counselor  in Vancouver
“In a world that is habitually fast-paced and anonymous, it is easy to lose connection with ourselves and each other. Are you feeling disconnected or stuck? Like the parts of your life are out of sync? Having difficulties in relationships? Typically, I work with people experiencing disconnection and "stuck" feelings which often show up during times of transition and change within the context of significant relationships including parents, partners, children and friends.
(509) 591-0419
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Creative Holistic Counseling, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“Counseling: As a holistic counselor, I work with women, children, and couples using a strength-based and client-centered perspective. Together, we will develop working goals, highlighting strengths and interests, and create a toolbox of personal and unique gifts. My approach with children is child-centered Play Therapy, which helps children build on their natural way of learning.
(360) 388-4310
Vancouver, Washington 98665
Kendall Hagensen, Counselor  in Vancouver
“If you or a loved one is experiencing stress related to chronic pain/illness, depression, anxiety, or other life challenges or transitions, I would love to support you. I provide a safe place for you learn tangible skills, feel more connected to your body, and develop more choice in life.
(360) 339-6606
Vancouver, Washington 98682
Gretchen Lemmon, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“When working with people my approach is warm, compassionate, and curious. People feel and act as they do for many reasons, which are valid, but often difficult to identify. However, once they are able to clarify these reasons, they find that they are more at ease, self-accepting, better able to navigate new situations, and have more satisfying relationships. Thus, my hope is to be a supportive and gentle yet honest sounding board in order to help people learn specific ways of observing themselves, making sense of what they find, and identifying what areas they feel could be working better.
(503) 622-8589
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Sarah Weigel  in Vancouver
“Sarah is a poet, artist, and avid Yogi who has learned that personal wholeness requires a reconnection between mind, body, and spirit. With empathy, creativity, and authenticity, she helps clients find their unique way of integrating these aspects as they work through old wounds and increase their capacity to navigate life. Personal narrative plays a significant role in counseling. Sarah encourages the client to tell their story and walks with them as they question and process life events and experiences. Through the counseling process, clients develop a stronger sense of identity, purpose, and well-being.
(360) 234-3389
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Gregory Allen May, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“Acknowledging a desire for 'something different' serves as the foundation for change and can set into motion holistic, enduring growth. I am invested in helping people alleviate emotional, relational, and psychological pain experienced during the course of life. My belief is that therapy is one approach to healing that works for many. Therefore, I seek to provide quality psychological services to individuals, couples, families, groups, and organizations.
(360) 450-7527
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Kristal Mathis, Counselor  in Vancouver
“"The harder it is to be a teenager, the harder it is to be a parent of a teenager." Heartprints understands you want your teen to be succesful in relationships, school, and in life. We work together to give your teen the best possible chance for success. Having a healthy family takes hard work. Counseling focuses on positive changes benefiting everyone in the family.
(360) 798-2058
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Jim Maxwell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LMHC
“I will assist you in developing your REAL Marriage. You can improve your marriage by being Romantic, Encouraging, Adaptable and Loving. Whether you need premarital education, marriage enrichment, marriage counseling, sex therapy or parenting solutions, REAL Marriage can help you reach your relationship goals.
(360) 529-5584
Vancouver, Washington 98660
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Are you looking for a Vancouver Medicaid Therapist? These Vancouver Therapists accept Medicaid insurance. They include Medicaid Therapists in Vancouver, Medicaid psychologists and Medicaid counseling. Please check with A Vancouver Therapist who accepts Medicaid before confirming an appointment to ensure that you are eligible.

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Therapists in Vancouver have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Vancouver you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Vancouver and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Vancouver or family therapy in Vancouver.