Hello, thank you for taking a look at my profile. My name is Lynnsey Linn and I have been a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) for five years and I have been working in the behavioral health field for eleven years. I graduated from Bellevue University receiving my Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling in 2014. Since receiving my degree, I have worked in community mental health settings and private practice settings providing counseling to children, adolescents, and adults through individual, group, couples, and family therapy.
My counseling style is empathetic, integrative, holistic, and person-centered. I believe counseling is beneficial to someone needing support who is feeling overwhelmed with emotions or dealing with various life situations. We cannot always control what goes on around us, however, we can control how we react to those situations. I can assist you in learning ways to identify those problematic thoughts, beliefs, feelings, and behaviors that increase your stress, anxiety, or depression. Together we will challenge those thoughts and take back your power back by reframing and challenging those thoughts. Therapy can be used to empower you to have a “voice” in their own life. Having confidence to express yourself in an assertive way is vital for your mental health. I will assist you in finding that voice while also learning tools to increase your self-confidence.
I assist individuals in addressing things such as relationships, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, trauma, and behavioral issues. At times you may be too overwhelmed to examine the specific issue you are dealing with. Using a therapeutic approach, we will explore those barriers and problem solve ways to manage your symptoms while learning skills to be successful.
I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques, Solution Focused Therapy, aspects of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and mindfulness strategies. I am also trained in Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and utilize the PRIDE skills during family sessions focused on the child’s behavioral symptoms by using commands and positive praise.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Trauma and abuse
- Self esteem
Relationship issues , Family conflicts , Grief , Intimacy-related issues , Parenting issues , Anger management , Bipolar disorder , Coping with life changes Read more...
LMHC #080284 (Expires: 2022-09-30)