Lynnette Fogg, LPC
Lynnette Fogg has worked in the mental health field since 2006. She holds a license by Virginia Board of Counseling as a Licensed Professional Counselor. She received her bachelor’s degree from Virginia Wesleyan University (College). Lynnette received her first Masters degree in Severe Disabilities in 2009 from Norfolk State University. She received her second Masters degree from Regent University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in August 2013. Lynnette has worked with children, adolescents, adults and families for the duration of her career in behavioral health. Lynnette has serviced clients in mental health facilities, jails, prisons and in the Hampton and Newport News Public school system.
Lynnette enjoys a cognitive behavioral approach to support her clients in their mental, emotional and behavioral growth. Lynnette has experience working with ADHD/ADD, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, ODD, Anger Management, Adjustment Issues, Trauma issues, certain personality disorders and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Lynnette believes in meeting people in the midst of their struggle and working together with that individual/individuals to heal and grow.
During her free time Lynnette enjoys spending time with her son and husband. She loves quality time with her family/friends, attending church and singing in the choir, and watching cooking shows. She also enjoys shopping and traveling.
Specialties: Individual, Family Counseling, Children and Adolescents (Specifically male Adolescents), Trauma, Depression, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, ADHD/ADD, Conduct and Oppositional Defiant, Anger Issues, Adjustment Issues, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.