Jacey Tramutt, MA, LPC
Jacey Tramutt, MA, LPC
|Professions: Counseling Psychology|
|License Status: I'm a licensed professional.|
|Primary Credential: LPC - 4646|
Billing and Insurance
I don't currently accept insurance, but I can provide documentation if clients wish to submit to an insurance company for "out of network" benefit coverage
Fees: My hourly fee is $110. I offer a free initial consultation by phone or in person. If your insurance company will reimburse you for an out of network provider (most do) I can provide you the paperwork needed to submit.
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I became a therapist because I have always had a deep yearning to understand and heal my own suffering, as well as those I care about. I got my counseling degree at Naropa University, where I received a unique education that has its foundation in mindfulness, trusting the wisdom of the body and emotion, prioritizing empathy, and recognizing the present moment as an ally, no matter what it brings. I am passionate about helping people learn that all that life throws our way is manageable if we have the right support and tools, no matter how painful.
For those interested, I offer working with horses as a way to learn presence and authenticity.
Email or Call Jacey Tramutt, MA, LPC at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 28885
On the Fence About Going to Therapy?
It's understandable to be on the fence, in fact, it would be kind of weird if you were not on the fence. Therapy asks you to be vulnerable, and to share aspects of your life that are painful and exposing. It also is a commitment of your time and financial resources. I often use the metaphor with clients that confusion is like sitting on a fence. You look down to either side, not really wanting to take the leap- to take responsibility for what will ensue when you jump. It seems easier to stay on the fence! However, you're sitting on a fence, and that's not comfortable because you've got a fence poking you in the behind! Eventually, you have to choose, and move on from your perch. Starting therapy is like jumping off the fence. I try to provide my clients with a crash pad.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
Even though we are about to enter the year 2016, there is still seems to be a stigma associated with going to therapy. I find this fascinating, as we do not have the same stigma associated with any other way we care for ourselves. Going for your annual physical? Great! Got your dental cleaning scheduled? Excellent! Going to yoga or the gym? Way to take care of yourself! Going to therapy?....There's this awkward silence that can ensue. Focusing on your mental health and well being is the single most important factor in creating a happy and healthy life. You simply cannot separate mental health and physical health. To seek support is an act of strength, not of weakness, as it shows you are ready to go to the places that scare you. Going to therapy is an act of courage.
Services I Provide
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
- Marriage, Couples, or Relationship Counseling
- Group Therapy
Ages I Work With
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