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Whether you're working on moving through a difficult time in your life, interested in learning skills for personal success, or looking for support in improving your relationships - I'm excited to help YOU get to where you want to be. 

You came to the right place, and I look forward to supporting your journey.

What I Do


Have you lost your smile?  My name is Lynn Rush, and I would be honored to help you find it.


Do you need to talk?  To be heard?  Seen?  I got you. 

Are you lost? Feel unable to make any progress?


Life can be complicated sometimes. Let’s untangle limiting thought patterns and explore how underlying needs and faulty core beliefs might be stifling your ability to be your best self right now.  


There is hope. Let’s get you where you need to be.  


Trust the process.


Adjust the vibe. 


Whether you are dating, in a serious relationship, or married - all relationships require a mutual ongoing commitment to understanding yourselves, making the effort to build and maintain trust, to prioritize bonding and intimacy, and to understand and accept personal differences in order to navigate the inevitable conflicts that will arise in any relationship.


During Couples Therapy, you and your partner will be able to discuss current and/or ongoing issues in a safe space in order to reach deeper levels of understanding. You will work to improve intimacy, and learn valuable tools for demonstrating empathy and perspective-taking. You will have safe conversations while managing personal stress, and learning to co-regulate difficult emotions as a team.


If you are ready to be proactive about improving your relationship, I’m in your corner. Schedule your consultation today. 


There are many different types of families, and no matter where you come from or where you want to go, your family will always be a part of you (just as you are also a part of them).


There is a multitude of common family dynamics that can rupture or complicate family cohesion. At times, the emotions and behavior of individual family members, conflict between siblings, differences in parenting styles, or family communication overall can lead to repetitive negative family patterns of communication, decision-making, and approaches to resolving conflicts. 


Sometimes, if you want things to be different, you need to try something different! By seeking support, you and your family can gain important insights about yourselves, each other, and your unique family dynamics. You will learn new skills and tools for change in a supportive therapeutic setting as you take action to create more harmonious family relationships.


When you are ready to make a change, schedule your appointment through the “Contact Me” page, and let’s work together to Adjust the Vibe. 


Childhood can be one of the most fun and memorable times in our lives. It is a whirlwind of discovery, exploration, and growth. With the right combination of family and community support, children have the best chance to learn skills for personal success that will set them up to reach their highest potential. However, there are times when conflictual family dynamics, traumatic experiences, and/or emotional/behavioral issues can hinder a child’s efforts to be their best selves at home, school, and in the community. 


Does your child struggle with…

  • Initiating and maintaining friendships?

  • Navigating family or transitional issues (ex: divorce of parents, sibling conflicts, or change of living situation/ school environment? Death of a family member or pet?)

  • Regulating emotions during times of stress (ex: Becoming overwhelmed at school or in social situations, or exhibiting angry behavioral outbursts at home or school that result in disciplinary action)?

  • Verbalizing thoughts/feelings or communicating with adults and peers in a healthy and productive manner?

  • Time management challenges, resulting in declining academic performance?


If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, it may be a good time to be proactive in boosting protective factors for your child by enrolling them in an engaging and supportive therapeutic environment. There they will learn to improve their self-image and confidence in a safe space to learn and practice coping/communication/social skills that will provide benefits that last long after their treatment concludes. 

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