My name is Angie LeMay, and I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. I have been practicing since 2002 in many different settings, some of which include community mental health centers, boys ranch settings, group homes, and private practice. My degree is in Marriage and Family Therapy from Seattle Pacific University, but I have a passion for individuals outside the marriage and family therapy circle as well. I enjoy working with individuals of all ages. I have worked with many populations and enjoy each and every new journey a client invites me on. I have experience in working with individuals that suffer with depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, eating disorders, fitness and wellness, self-harm behavior, grief and loss, death, personality and mood disorders, ADHD, identity issues, physical/emotional/psychological abuse, addiction, and many more. I enjoy sitting with my clients and letting them guide their treatment and success. My goal is to help my clients identify their strengths within themselves and guiding them as a change agent to discovering their best self in hopes to create their own stories of success.
- Family conflicts
- Eating disorders
- Self esteem
- Coping with life changes
Stress, Anxiety , Addictions , Relationship issues , Trauma and abuse , Grief , Intimacy-related issues , Parenting issues , Anger management , Career difficulties , Bipolar disorder , ADHD Read more...
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Angie has been wonderful. She has a gentle but direct approach to help. She is a wonderful listener but has but such a great guide for me in my therapy journey.
Angie is constantly a beacon of hope and calm in my every day. Even if we aren’t in a session it is like she knows when I need to talk or type out something on my mind by checking in with me throughout the week. She remembers and authentically cares about what is going in my life and I don’t feel like I need to remind her of my past like I have for other therapists in the past. I am so happy to have Angie in my corner!
Absolutely amazing! I have never had a counselor that is so affirming and validating!!
Angie is so wonderful. She has a wealth of knowledge and insight and always offers encouragement and helpful insight. She is present and responsive and has been a fundamental source of support at this juncture in my life.
Angie has the expertise and experience to conduct meaningful, effective sessions while also being funny and easy to talk to. She asks the tough questions in a non intrusive manner, knows and remembers me without having to look up notes or ask repeat questions. She checks in via message in between sessions and is always prompt to respond. I can’t recommend her enough!
Angie is amazing! She is so easy to talk to that I forget I’m talking to a therapist.. sessions with Angie are so comfortable, like chatting with a good friend, I always look forward them.
I decided to seek help after getting to a low point and I was paired up with Angie. First off she is absolutely amazing! She is so sweet, caring, and she really listens to my concerns and gives great advice. I’m someone who finds a hard time opening up to new people, but Angie was so warm a welcoming to me. I definitely recommend her if you’ve never talked with a counselor before.
Angie is great! She helps me work through my anxiety and helps me to find solutions for my problems. She is not too forceful and not too laid back in her approach. I am glad to be working with her.
Angie is a warm, caring professional with a great ability to care for her clients. She incorporates spirituality when applicable and is completely engaged during session. Anyone would find benefit in talking to her.
Angie has been incredibly helpful during a tough time. I love the different options for communication and really love being able to put things in writing when communicating with a counselor (I'm better at organizing my thoughts when writing). Angie has a way of asking questions that gets me to think about it and really figure it out for myself, which has been super helpful. I may not continue using this service after my first month is done, but that is not a negative reflection on Angie... if anything, it's a really good thing because she's helped me so much in such a short time that I may not need help for much longer :)