Lynn T Parker, LPC

Ms. Parker has more than 20 years experience working with children and families from a social and clinical perspective and has worked with various populations and cultures. She focuses on issues by using TF-CBT, Faith Based Counseling and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Ms. Parker works with the EAP (Employee Assistance Plan), short-term solution focused counseling for most employee programs. Specialized Training as a Prepare-Enrich Facilitator.

Lynn Parker is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC and her graduate degree from Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Virginia, majoring in Community/Clinical Psychology. Ms. Parker worked nine years as an adjunct professor in the School of Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies Departments. She also worked at Angelos Bible College as an adjunct professor teaching in the field of psychology.

Ms. Parker works with various ministries in her church, including missions and evangelism, women’s cell group leader and nursing home ministries. She and her husband love traveling and have traveled out of the country doing missions work. They have five children and seven grandchildren.

Specialties: ADHD, bipolar, depression, anxiety, sensory integration, behavioral modification, couple’s counseling and emotional regulation, family dynamics and communication, PTSD, phobias, OCD, trauma, grief and loss, self-harming behaviors and suicidal ideations, anger management, mood disorders, behavior modification, parenting issues, stress and general issues, spirituality, communication skills, and social skills. Marital, couples and family counseling, foster care and adoption counseling, Autism Spectrum Disorders, counseling for families who plan to foster/adopt and counseling for adoptive families.

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