Counseling in Vancouver, WA. Find the Right Therapist.

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Gina Gamage, M.A., LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

12521 NE 152nd Ave., Brush Prairie, Washington

I use a safe, holistic approach to help individuals and couples increase their understanding, respect, love, and compassion for themselves and others; resulting in more fulfilling relationships, greater inner peace and contentment.

Refresh Therapy, LMFT, LMHC, LMHCA

Licensed Marriage/Family/Mental Health Counselors/Therapists

1319 NE 134th St, Suite 111, Vancouver, Washington

Our goal was to create a place for you to settle in and tell your story. Everybody has one, and we want to hear yours. Counseling is a process that encourages you to examine your choices, your thoughts, your dreams, your barriers and your pain...

Erica London, MA, LMFTA

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate

613 E McLoughlin Blvd, Vancouver, Washington

Compass Community Counseling offers assistance during stressful and challenging times for individuals, couples, and families in Vancouver, WA.

Katrina Barnes, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

800 Officer's Row suite A, Vancouver, Washington

A counselor is a listener, a curious and caring researcher and co-writer. Together we find the strengths, successes and supportive relationships that are often already in place. Together we add to the stories, add supportive people.

Kathie Ray-Annis, LICSW, CRT, CMHP

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

3925 NE 72nd Avenue, Suite 107, Vancouver, Washington

Is your life out of control? Do you want to feel respected, listened to, secure and get that loving feeling back in your relationship/marriage? Are you looking for a path to lead you into the sunlight and out of the deep forest of hopelessness, depression and anxiety?

Elizabeth Cabibi, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Available for Online Therapy


Related Sites:
City of Vancouver, WA
Washington State Department of Health Mental Health Professions

Therapy Vancouver, WA

Counseling Hazel Dell, Salmon Creek,Barberton, Sunnyside, Probestel

Vancouver, Washington has seen new development as the city has added more parks, hotels, shopping complexes and much more, increasing the number of families moving to the town. In this city, everyone enjoys a sense of community, as exemplified by the Independence Day firework display at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site (the largest display west of the Mississippi River). Along with this sense of community come festivals and events such as Vancouver Wine and Jazz Festival in August and the St. Joseph Catholic School Vancouver Sausage Fest in September. Here you and your family can enjoy quality-bonding time, while also mingling with fellow residents. These attractions are also great date ideas for couples and parents wishing to enjoy a night on the town. For those seeking to gain an educational experience for their children and teenagers, the Pearson Air Museum is located within the city limits and offers a great experience for the family in a cozy environment.1

Mental Health in Vancouver

Vancouver residents who need assistance in finding employment or improving their employment status can rely on several local agencies for help. For the large veteran population in the area, the Clark County Veterans Assistance Center can provide guidance and direction for military veterans as they search for civilian work. Employment assistance, including job searches, resume drafting and transportation to and from interviews is available. Call 360-693-7030 for further information.2 Partners in Careers is another area agency dedicated to helping people find adequate employment. In particular, Partners in Careers works with low-income and poverty-stricken individuals who seek to better their lives and the lives of their loved ones through employment. Job skills trainings are available, as are language skills classes for recent immigrants. Their YouthFirst program provides part-time work for young workers. Call 360-696-8417 for more information.3

Children who become addicted to any substance can be seen exhibiting abnormal behavior, such as mood swings, hyperactivity, and irritability. To address such issues, The Children's Center has a coaches program, which is specialized to treat children facing meth addiction. Through proper support and care for the children, this program aims to re-instill in children a sense of belonging and addresses other mental and health problems as well. Most often addictions are in themselves a derivative of an underlying problem. Counseling children in the right way can correct their behavior. For further details, contact the Children's Center at 360-699-2244.4

Current Education

Children with a specific and identified disability can qualify for special education services through the Vancouver School District. The district's Special Services Department offers programs for students with a variety of needs. Those with a speech impairment, blindness, deafness, or another physical disability are offered services to promote self-sufficiency and improve day-to-day functioning. Students with a learning disability can receive services to support and enhance their learning and intellectual functioning. Students that are homebound, hospitalized, or otherwise cannot attend school can also receive in-home services. Additional information about the district's services is available by calling 360-313-1250.5


References

1. City Data. (2017). Vancouver, WA. Retrieved from http://www.city-data.com/city/Vancouver-Washington.html.
2. Clark County Veterans Assistance Center. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://ccvac.net/.
3. Partners in Careers. (2017). Programs. Retrieved from http://www.partnersincareers.org/programs.html.
4. The Children's Center. (2017). Coaches Program. Retrieved from http://www.thechildrenscenter.org/coaches/.
5. Vancouver Public Schools. (2016). Special Services. Retrieved from http://portalsso.vansd.org/portal/page/portal/VSD_Home_Public/VPS_About_Us/About%20Us%20Departments/VPS_Special_Services/VPS_SS_PUBMAIN/VPS_SS_qna_info.

Vancouver is located in Clark County, Washington. It has a land area of 46.93 square miles and a water area of 3.66 square miles.  The population of Vancouver is 172,860 people with 66,417 households and a median annual income of $50,626. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Vancouver, WA

Affordable with Planning

Therapy in Vancouver is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Vancouver therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility