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Find your way


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Find your way


LINDSAY LEGÉ, LMSW

Supervised by Louis Laves-Webb, LCSW, LPC-S

EMPATHETIC + ENGAGING

TRANs, Intersex, + LGBQ AFFIRMATIVE 

POLY KNOWLEDGEABLE + KinK aware

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About


About


Do you feel different, or like no one understands you? Are you uncertain about where you fit in the world? Maybe you came out to someone and they didn't get it, or worse, they rejected you. My aim is to understand what's troubling you so we can work together toward whatever vision you have for therapy. Maybe you want to feel understood, at home in your body, or at peace with yourself and the people around you. I want that for you too. And I want to hear your story. It's one of the reasons I became a therapist. I’m here to listen so that you can manage life's current difficulties and enhance well-being. I love challenging assumptions and going beyond stereotypes. If you’re feeling stuck, but ready to create the life you’ve been dreaming of, let’s work together.   

My passion is in working with issues around significant life transitions (some might call me a gender therapist), coming out in later life, relationships, and sexuality. This includes working with individuals who are transgender (or genderqueer/non-binary), intersex, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, or questioning (LGBTQI), folks who identify as polyamorous or non-monogamous (and monogamous couples, too); and couples in or thinking about an open relationship. I am able to provide letters for hormone therapy, name and gender marker changes, or surgery for transgender or genderqueer clients on that path. 

If you're transgender or genderqueer and interested in a support and process group, follow this link to learn more about the Trans Support Group. 

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If you continually write and read yourself as a fiction, you can change what's crushing you.

— Jeanette Winterson

DETAILS

For folks who like the facts, I received my masters in social work from the University of Pittsburgh. I provide therapy to individuals, couples, and groups in Austin, Texas under the supervision of Louis Laves-Webb, LCSW, LPC. I offer free 20 minute consultations for individuals and flexible weekday and evening appointments. See below for location and fees. 

Oh yeah, you might be wondering how to pronounce my last name. Here's a link to help. It's like le-jay, with a soft g instead of a j. 

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Location+FEES


Location+FEES


ADDRESS

601 W 18TH ST, AUSTIN, TX 78701

My office is in a yellow house at the corner of 18th and Nueces in an inviting, historic neighborhood between the University of Texas and downtown Austin. Please park on Nueces street, walk up the driveway, and look to the right. There you will see a door with the inscription: 601 West 18th Street. Come on in and have a seat in the waiting area. I'll come out to greet you at our scheduled appointment time.

HOURS

I see clients Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday with some evening availability. 

FEES & POLICIES

Individual Therapy: $100 per 50 minute session    

Relational Counseling$120 per 50 minute session

Group Counseling: $50 per group session

Professional Consultation and Letter Writing: $100 per 50 minutes and dependent on length of session/preparation

Cancel/Reschedule: At least 24 hours advance notice    

Late Cancellation/No Show: Full session fee

I do not accept insurance, but can provide a detailed "superbill" that you can submit to your insurance provider. Contact your insurance provider for details regarding your specific policy. Let me know if you have questions or would like a copy of my Guide to Understanding Your Out of Network Health Insurance Benefits.   

 
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Groups


Groups


Trans Support & Process Group (Currently full)

This group is for transgender, gender non-nonbinary, or genderqueer individuals. The aim is to provide a safe space where members have the opportunity to interact in a confidential setting to discuss their experiences and concerns. Examples of discussion topics include exploring "coming out" challenges and inquiries related to the process of transitioning, examining experiences of transphobia, identifying strategies for maintaining safety, and developing an identity-affirming support system. Individuals (18 and older) at any stage in their transition are welcome to join. 

Meetings are held in my office at 601 W 18th St, Austin, TX 78701 on Monday nights (no meeting the second Monday of each month). This group is currently full. Feel free to contact me at therapy@lindsaylege.com or 512-222-7996 to get on the waitlist.