Lynn A. Fraley, M.Ed., MA

  • Clinical Director, Fraley & Associates, PLLC

Lynn A. Fraley, M.Ed., MA Biography: I am a Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress by The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress; am a Nationally Certified Counselor by the National Board of Certified Counselors, Inc.; I hold a specialty Board certification in Sexual Abuse. I am licensed in the state of Washington as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and hold my Master’s degree in Guidance and Counseling from Whitworth College. I am currently a Doctoral student in Clinical Neuropsychology and I also hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Child Development and Family Studies from the University of Idaho.

My experience as a counselor includes working with child and adult survivors of all types of abuse, substance abuse and dependency issues, divorces & blended family structures as well as more severe and long-term mental illnesses. I have spent a number of years as a resident therapist in a Level III Residential Treatment Facility as well serving clients on an individual basis in private practice. I am experienced in dealing with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, borderline personality, conduct disorder, anger management, domestic violence, sexual assault & abuse, grief, post traumatic stress disorder, marriage, separation & divorce, as well as parenting issues to name a few.

I have been trained a variety of different approaches and prefer to take an eclectic approach that allows me to tailor counseling techniques to you and your specific situation. I have experience in Object-Relations, Cognitive-Behavioral, Play Therapy, Family Systems, Gestalt, Psycho-Drama, and Guided Imagery. I have experience with large and small, corporate or private groups as well as individual therapy.


Workshops, Presentations and Seminar Topics

Workshops:

  • Anxiety in the Workplace - Definition and description of anxiety; its causes and long term effects. Effective clinical and self management approaches.
  • Drug Abuse in the Workplace - Review of most commonly abused drugs in the workplace; identification of symptoms, likely causes/scenarios, behavioral traits; effective intervention and treatment approaches; long term personal and corporate costs.
  • PTSD: Symptoms, Medications and Therapeutic Options - Definition, etiology and description of PTSD symptoms; effectice self treatment; effective clinical interventions, review of medication management, side effects, clinical effects, chemical interactions, etc. This presentation is geared specifically to those who already have a current diagnosis of PTSD and are moving toward self-management as well as therapeutic intervention.
  • Women and Traumatic Stress - Review and definition of the most common causes of PTSD in women; ineffective coping styles most common to women and why they choose them; reframing the concept of what PTSD means in terms of long term recovery and positive outcomes. Medication review. Review of parenting and relationship topics specifically impacted by PTSD.
  • Crisis Response in School Settings: Suicide at School - This is a series specifically for all those impacted by a successful suicide on school property during school hours. One segment each for Administrative Staff, School Personnel and Teachers, Students, Families and the Local Community. Each segment addresses the needs specific to that population, from initial Administrative response to the incident to Community support meetings focused on understanding the event and healing the traumatic response on a community level.

Following is a list of organizations with whom Lynn A. Fraley has interviewed, consulted or trained:

BioRad Technologies, Inc.

Weyerhauser Corp

Executive University Women of Washington

Nine Mile Falls School District, Nine Mile Falls, WA

HomeLink School, Deer Park, WA

BE SMART: A Symptom Management Approach to PTSD, Educational Series, Sacred Heart Medical Center, Spokane, WA.

 





Lynn A. Fraley
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Lynn A. Fraley travels from:
Idaho

Email:
info@nc-cm.org

For more information
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800-810-7550

 

 

 

 

 

 

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