Rosalie Jane LynchLCPC, LMHC, Clinical Mental Health Counselor
In Mountain Time
Yes there are recurring themes and issues that I have observed that are exhibited when treating clients in mental health. They are their level of motivation. I have begun doing more encouragement and validation of clients and when accomplishing EMDR therapy I involve more relaxation techniques in the process.
When I first began in the Helping Profession, I was employed only in the Addictions field. As of the last two years I switched to working with EMDR clients and Mental health, swaying swaying from Addictions.
One thing that is included in the therapy experience that helps the client tremendously is his or her level of motivation and attitude during the session. A more positive attitude and willingness to change tends to progress to a much better outlook in the therapy process.
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Divorce & separation
Drug addiction & abuse
Young Adults (18-24)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Strength Based Therapy
Pastoral & Faith Based Counseling
EMDR certified therapist, 20 hours of training per year
ID, LCPC, 3880
WA, LMHC, LH61070051
UT, Clinical Mental Health Counselor, 12165034-6004
Masters, Counseling, Kansas State University
Masters, Christian Life Coaching, Light University
One thing that is included in the therapy experience that helps the client tremendously is his or her level of motivation and attitude during the session. A more positive attitude and willingness to change tends to progress to a much better outlook in the therapy process. My work history is with those individuals with life trauma and Post Traumatic Stress symptoms. Prior to that I worked with those clients that have addiction issues and also mental health problems.
Remote Therapy, Eagle, 83616, ID