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Randall Harvey(He/Him/His)

Master of Science, MS - Mental Health Counseling
Loss, grief, and bereavement-Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)- Trauma-Chronic illness-Complex PTSD (C-PTSD)-Veterans' issues-
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Professional statement

Randall Harvey is a Licensed Professional Counselor located in Seguin, TX. Randall specializes in helping individuals and couples through grief and loss. He recognizes that the loss of loved ones, pets, jobs, and homes can have major impacts on mental health and well-being. While loss is a natural part of life, it can cause feelings like anxiety, fear, sadness, hopelessness, and more. Randall helps his clients cope with major losses and with change in their lives. He is passionate about working with BIPOC individuals and those within the LGBTQ+ community.

Randall’s goal is to help clients reach posttraumatic growth, supporting them process through their emotions in a way that leaves them stronger and more resilient than before. He practices Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to offer clients a wide range of strategies to use when coping with intense feelings. Clients learn how to change thought patterns towards positive self-talk. They also reflect on their values and what’s important in their lives, making changes to their daily routines to align their lives closer to these values. Randall takes a humanistic and existential perspective, one that honors the depth and mystery of the human experience.

Randall earned a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wright State University. He has ten years of experience, and is a Certified Grief Counselor. He enjoys working with individuals and couples from diverse backgrounds, and tailors his approach to meet each person’s unique needs.

Message to clients

Dear therapy clients,

I am writing because there are a few things that I’d like you to know. You are strong and brave--even when you don’t feel like it.

I see you. I see all of you. I see your strengths, talents, challenges, and vulnerabilities. I see you as a whole person, doing your best. I know you sometimes feel weak; meanwhile, I see exactly how strong you are. You are brave enough to open up to a therapist like me, so you are brave enough to make many other powerful changes in your life.

Sure, you could go through this alone, but why would you? One of the most common things people say in therapy is, “I should be able to figure this out on my own.” And, of course, you could try that. But why wouldn’t you do that if you can get more support during a difficult transition? Know that you are loved. You may feel alone and unloved at times. Feeling that way, though, is not the same as fact. Knowing you, I can say with all the certainty that you are loved. IAs your therapist, I want you to know I care deeply about you. Knowing who you are, I know many others also care about you.

Lastly, congratulations. Congratulations on taking the time to get to know yourself better by going to therapy.

Yours truly,

Randall Harvey, MS, LPC

Work and Education

Years of Experience: 11 years

Evergreen, Certified Grief Professional, 2021
Wright State University, MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, 2013


Ohio: E.1800983 - Texas: 88530




Loss, grief, and bereavement - Emotionally preparing for the anticipated passing of a loved one; managing feelings and reactions to a death or loss of significance; support during the process of healing and acceptance

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) - Healing painful experiences and memories from the past

Trauma - Coping and healing after threatening or scary events, such as witnessing accidents or experiencing sexual, verbal, emotional, or physical abuse

Chronic illness - Receiving a diagnosis; adjusting to lifestyle and medication changes; coping with related changes in mood, emotions, and relationships; managing symptoms and stress

Complex PTSD (C-PTSD) - Recovering from the impact of long-term, repeated traumatic events, such as emotional abuse and neglect

Veterans' issues - Coping with reactions of exposure to life-threatening or traumatic events; supporting veterans and their families adjusting to civilian life


  • Adults (24+)
  • Couples
  • Young adults (18-24)
  • Loveland Therapy Fund Clients

Locations & Hours

Immediate sessions are available Tuesday through Saturday.


  • Aetna (in-network in OH, TX)
  • Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield (in-network in OH, TX)
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield (in-network in OH, TX)
  • Bright HealthCare (in-network in OH)
  • CareSource (in-network in OH)
  • Cigna (in-network in OH, TX)
  • Evernorth (in-network in TX)
  • Medical Mutual of Ohio (in-network in OH)
  • Meritain Health (in-network in OH, TX)
  • Optimum (in-network in OH, TX)
  • Optum (in-network in OH)
  • Oscar Health (in-network in OH)
  • Surest (formerly Bind) (in-network in OH)
  • UMR (in-network in OH)
  • United Healthcare (in-network in OH, TX)
  • United Healthcare Shared Services (in-network in OH, TX)
  • United Healthcare Student Health Plan (in-network in OH)

Randall Harvey is accepting clients using listed insurances, paying listed fees, or using health insurance out-of-network benefits other than:

  • Apostrophe Health
  • Medicaid

Out-of-pocket fees

  • Individual sessions:$75 (60min)
  • Sliding scale:$55 - $75
  • Initial session:$78 (60min)
  • Couples sessions:$75 (60min)
  • Family sessions:$75 (60min)