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About Lynn

Lynn has completed a four year Bachelors of Arts in Psychology. In her undergraduate work, she chose to emphasize almost all her study on various components and aspects of psychology. She was trained in Behavioural Modification and then went on to obtain her certification in Clinical Hypnosis and Neurolinguistics at the Ontario Hypnosis Centre and School in Toronto. She then completed a two-year training program in Life Coaching from Erickson College. Lynn then entered and completed her five year training out of Toronto at the Ontario Psychotherapy and Counselling Program,  obtaining her Specialty Certification in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. She received training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and received her accreditation in Dialectical Behavioural Therapy. 

Ultimately, Lynn is passionate about supporting the individual towards healing, growth and the management of the unique challenges faced throughout life. She is dedicated to her continued training and education, bringing greater resources to her clients on a regular basis as the medical and mental health field continues to strive for greater knowledge and treatment protocol.

 Lynn is a Member in Good Standing of:  the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario; Canadian Association of Psychodynamic Therapy and the Law Society of Ontario.  

What to Expect on Your First Visit

Your first visit is a consultation. The consultation is designed so that as much information as possible can be gathered in order for the best plan of action or treatment plan  be put into place.  You can expect to fill out an information form, emergency contact information and to receive a copy of the office policies regarding engaging in psychotherapy.   Your initial meeting with Lynn is also intended for you and her to discuss goals of therapy as well as review expectations each party may have while forming the therapeutic relationship.  It is an opportune time for you to ask questions and for Lynn to answer them and to address concerns you may have.   The most important factor in determining the success of therapy is the client/therapist relationship.  Sometimes a client and therapist are not able to work effectively together out of no fault of either party.  This is an important variable to assess at the onset of therapy and the initial consultation gives both client and therapist a sense of whether therapy should go forward or not.  

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