Lynn Lane, MDiv, LCSW
Lynn is an LCSW with years of experience having an MSW from Smith College for Social Work in Northampton, MA and a Master of Divinity from Vanderbilt Divinity School in Nashville Tennessee.
With over 25 years working in hospital settings, hospices, psychiatric hospitals, with cancer survivors, in community mental health settings and by maintaining a private practice over the years, Lynn has learned that the stories that connect us are far more powerful than the fears we let divide us. Lynn believes that our life stories are where we find our resources for strength and our capacity to cope with changes as we age. It is often through our making meaning out of our losses that we are able to make peace with life’s inevitable transitions. As we age we are constantly face changes and often need some guidance to help us find our way.
Lynn believes that respect for the client and mutually agreed upon goals help clients find their way for coping with life’s challenges in all of life’s transitions. A non-judgmental presence through the therapeutic process allows clients to explore their physical, emotional, and spiritual thoughts and beliefs to find healing and hope.
Areas of Expertise: Anxiety, Depression, Family-Of-Origin Issues, Grief & Loss,
Life Transitions, PTSD, Relationship Counseling, Substance Abuse & Chemical Dependency, Spiritual Issues, Trauma, Women's Issues