Priscilla Gilbert is the owner of Lacamas Counseling Professional Offices. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LH 60463811) and an Approved Supervisor in Washington.
Priscilla has a comfortable and friendly personality. She demonstrates a sound level of confidence that invites and partners with her clients to go through the process of counseling. Priscilla is always seeking to help her clients experience relief, build coping skills and resources, and live with intentionality to their values and goals.
Master of Arts in Counseling and a Child & Youth Specialization from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon
Bachelors of Science in Human Development and Family Sciences from Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon
Monday 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM Thursday 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM All appointments must be scheduled in advance
Priscilla is an out-of-network provider and is able to provide superbills (“therapy receipts”) to any client who wishes to use his/her out-of-network benefits.
When exploring your out-of-network benefits, you may want to ask your insurance carrier about the policy/coverage for an out-of-network provider, deductible, rate of reimbursement, number of sessions authorized per year, process for obtaining reimbursement, and if prior-authorization is required.
Private Pay Benefits
Electing to pay completely out of pocket allows you the most privacy and control of your treatment. Your records remain free from any audit or compliance check. You maintain the most flexibility and control in deciding the session frequency, longevity, content, and interventions. Insurances are not informed of any applicable mental health diagnosis.
Your reasons for seeking counseling probably include much personal information about your life, work, marriage, kids, and mental health issues. Private pay providers are better able to protect your health information with the greatest degree of privacy.
Priscilla welcomes invitations to lead presentations for your community or group about a variety of topics including postpartum transitions, parenting, grief, trauma, mental health, resiliency, supporting others in need, and planning for the future.
Priscilla seeks to increase community awareness and education about mental health and life issues through writing blogs and articles, leading community presentations, advocating, networking, and training other professionals.
Priscilla is also a wife and mom. She loves spending time with friends and family, beautifying her yard and garden, and going on walks and hikes.