Ismael E. Gerena JR

Clinic Name:

Indigo Mental Health Counseling

Street Address:

901 Boren Avenue, Suite 1015

Seattle, WA 98104-3506

Phone Number:
(206)-801-3555
Website:
www.indigomentalhealth.com
Email Address:
ismael@indigomentalhealth.com
Does this provider identify as transgender, gender nonconforming, non-binary or otherwise not cisgender?

Yes

Does this provider identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, pansexual or otherwise not heterosexual?

Yes

Does this provider identify as a person of color?

Yes

What are this provider's credentials?

LMHC, Ch.T.

Specialties:

Mental Health

Speciality Notes:

Hypnotherapy,Counseling

Sliding Scale:

Yes

Insurance:

Aetna|Ambetter|Anthem|Blue Cross Plans|Bridgespan|Call for more information |First Choice|Kaiser Permanente|Optum|Premera|Regence |Self Pay |United Healthcare

Does this provider accept Medicaid?

No

What Medicaid plans do they work with?

No

Does this provider accept Medicare?

No

This provider has expertise in working with these particular populations:

Trans Women|Trans Men|Genderqueer/Gender Nonconforming People|People of Color|gay/bi/queer men|lesbian/bi/queer women|bisexual or pansexual people|Communities of Faith

Any languages, besides English, that the provider speaks:

English

How long has this provider been treating transgender and gender nonconforming patients?

5+ Years

Extra steps beyond informed consent required to access gender affirming care:

Response not available.

Does this provider use intake forms which include a patient's chosen name (as opposed to their legal name) and gender pronouns?

Yes

Does this clinic have protocols for tracking chosen name in the medical record, and using this name in all communications with patient?

Yes

Does this clinic have gender neutral bathrooms?

Yes

Description of bathrooms:

All Gender Bathroom, not on the same floor as our office

Is this clinic ADA Compliant?

Yes

Have the staff members completed any transgender competency training?

Yes

Have the staff members completed any racial justice or anti-racist training?

Yes