Jamee Homuth, LMHCA, LICSWA
Jamee Homuth, LMHCA, LICSWA
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Work Associate
About Jamee As A Therapist
Jamee takes a holistic approach to therapy, tailoring her sessions to each client’s unique needs. She believes that a person-centered approach, and fostering a safe space for processing, are key for personal growth and healing. Jamee is skilled at meeting her clients wherever they are in their mental health journey. Whether they are uncertain about trying therapy for the first time or are therapy veterans, she is ready to help with whatever challenges they are facing. Jamee focuses on developing strong therapeutic relationships with her clients, empowering them with the tools they need to grow, heal, and thrive in their daily lives.
Jamee is passionate about normalizing mental health care and making it accessible to all individuals. She has a special interest in the area of neurodiversity and developmental disabilities. She desires to support families in their journey to better understand and integrate the nuances of neurodiversity into daily living, including symptoms of Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADD/ADHD, Tourette Syndrome, Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, and Dyscalculia, among others.
Training and Background
Jamee has been an advocate for the autistic community and worked as part of a parent advisory committee for the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center at OHSU in an effort to make the autism diagnosis process more comfortable and effective for families. She has lectured on the importance of accommodations for individuals with disabilities and neurodivergencies. She recognizes that the therapeutic space may present unique sensory challenges for clients, and values fostering an inclusive, comfortable, and accessible space. She is happy to provide accommodations for individuals who may have barriers to traditional therapy.
Phone: (360) 622-1010
Fax: (360) 693-2045
$150 – Per Counseling Session
Reduced Rate Scholarships Available
Jamee 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.
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.
- Neurodiversity/Autism Support/Autism Advocacy
- Disability Support
- Assertiveness and Communication Skills
- Managing Difficult Emotions
- Coping Skills
- Life Transitions
- Relationship Issues
- Individual Counseling
- Teens (14+)
As a mother of two, Jamee can relate to the unique joys and challenges of parenting. When she’s not chasing her kids around she can be found at the gym, the farmer’s market, or enjoying sunny afternoons on the Columbia River. She loves Indian food, mystery novels/podcasts, and her cat, Tulip.