Stacey Nagle LMHC
Currently, 60 percent of my practice consists of people who are suffering from OCD. I also provide treatment for those suffering from panic attacks, social anxiety, generalized anxiety, and phobias as well as PTSD. I am specialized in working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender non-conforming, and queer (LGBTQIA+) issues and provide a safe space for all diversities.
I am a founding member and treasurer on the board of directors for the IOCDF’s OCD Washington Affiliate focusing on bringing education to the community for OCD suffers, friends, family, and professionals.
Currently, 90 percent of my practice is working with the LGBTQIA+ community with an emphasis on working with transgender and gender non-conforming individuals. I also identify at genderqueer and use they/them pronouns.
I have been in private practice for 8 years and earned my Masters in Psychology/Mental Health Counseling from Antioch University Seattle. I participate in peer consultation groups specific to OCD including one that I started. I have completed the IOCDF BTTI training and attend the Annual OCD Conference every year. I’m specifically trained in the use of Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy for the treatment of OCD and other related anxiety disorders.
My graduate program at Antioch University Seattle was heavily focused on multicultural issues and social justice with a special focus on using an anti-oppression approach to working with individuals with diverse cultural backgrounds. I have also attended the Gender Odyssey Conference to further my education and training in LGBTQIA+ issues, which takes place in Seattle.