Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Accepts the Following Insurance Plans:
Serving Clients In Spring
Lynnie is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Central Washington University. She received her Master’s in Child, Couple and Family Therapy from Antioch University, Seattle.
She has worked with children of all ages. Her area of focus is with children five and under. She also has extensive experience working with children that have experienced disruptions in their attachment such as the loss of a parent, time in foster care, parents in the military and adoption.
She enjoys working with women and parents on their journey through pregnancy, infertility, grief and loss, adoptions, traumatic births, and NICU stays. She works with parents struggling with adjusting to becoming parents as well as struggles of Postpartum Depression and/or Postpartum Anxiety experienced by parents.
She has experience providing counseling to couples who want to learn to co-parent more effectively (both while living together and separated). She also has eight years of experience of providing family counseling to children with developmental delays and supporting their entire family on that journey.
As a Child and Family Therapist, Lynnie provides counseling in a systemic manner. That is, she believes behaviors are influenced by intrapersonal, social, cultural, and other environmental variables. Her interventions are typically cognitive-behavioral and relationship based which means she looks at the interactions between development, thoughts, feelings, and behavior and how those impact important relationships. Treatment of small children will include working with the child in the context of their relationships with family and other caregivers.
She was born and raised in Washington state and recently moved to Texas to be closer to her husband’s family, whom was born in Galveston. She is looking forward to raising her three children and their dog in the Houston area! Her family loves camping and exploring.