A few words about me
and If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, loss of a loved one, relationships issues, divorce,fears, and insecurities or any other personal issues that are causing you sleepless nights and stressful days, I offer thoughtful, down to earth advice for individuals in all phases of life.As a working woman with many previous years in the business world, I understand the stresses facing individuals and families today. I know many are struggling financially, so I work to make therapy affordable for all.
I specialize in the issues that affect adults and couples and I interact with my clients in a warm, thoughtful, and friendly manner. I don't just listen, but offer suggestions, resources, and information to help my clients get relief from their anxiety and stressful situations much quicker.Whatever your concern, I am here!
I have personaly experienced rape, toxic work enviornments, unhealthy personal relationships, divorce, the grief that comes from the loss of a loved one, and many other life stresses that many of my clients are coping with. I have walked in your shoes and provide friendly, compassionate, and confidential advice in a relaxed, safe environment.
Why Choose Lynne
A therapist licensed in Kansas and Missouri, Lynne received her Master’s degree in Social Work after decades of working in the business world in healthcare marketing and business management. She is a member of NASW and the Grief Support Network.
Lynne has experienced many of the life challenges faced by her clients, and combines her personal experience and professional knowledge to provide a friendly, thoughtful and interactive therapeutic approach to treating clients with Depression/Anxiety, Bi-Polar Disorder, OCD, Addictive Behaviors, Panic Disorder, Grief and Loss and various personal and family issues that may cause stress and concern.
Lynne is a published author and has been featured in Her Life, Prime and other local publications. She also has prior work experience at Rose Brooks Women’s Center for victims of domestic violence, and has worked with seniors in a local multi-level care facility, providing mental health assessments, counseling, and facilitating adult care giver support groups as well as assisting with Grief Support.