ME-SC, LAC, NCC, Behavioral Health Clinician
I have 10 years of experience working as a school counselor K-8. I have worked with non-binary, gender non-conforming, and trans youth/teens and some adults. I am passionate about helping and advocating for diverse groups. I am a Ph.D. candidate in Counselor Education and focus my research and advocacy on cultural humility and social justice advocacy. I am a counselor that works from a Cultural-Relational Theoretical position and believe partnering and working together allows for shared power and learning. I also recognize that true help and understanding comes from recognizing that systemic dynamics impact our behavioral health and situations and can create barriers or issues that we do not always have control over. -Michele Lynn
Michele Lynn is a Master's Level Licensed Associate Counselor who is licensed to provide therapy in the State of Arizona. She is well versed in the dynamics that contribute to behavioral health issues and mental health disparities. Her research in the realm of social justice has created a deep compassion for underserved and communities of color as well as LGBTQI+ communities. She has training in TF-CBT which is an evidenced based intervention for the treatment of trauma in youth. She enjoys working with adolescents, their families, and adults to address trauma.