Lynn M. Sando, MA


Lynn most recently graduated from the University of Minnesota with a graduate certificate in Addiction Studies and has a Master’s degree in Counseling and Psychological Services from St. Mary’s University. Helping others find creative solutions to everyday problems has always been in her nature. Lynn applies mindfulness and present-centered techniques, person-centered therapy models, and elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to identify barriers and develop real life solutions. Her approach is holistic. She has experience working with adults, families, and children; individuals who have experienced trauma; and individuals who struggle with substance use or co-occurring disorders.

“We are all unique in the ways we experience joy, pain, loss, grief, change, growth; there is no one therapy approach that works for everyone. It is important to me to take the time to develop a strong therapeutic connection in order to understand the full-picture of an individual, couple, or family’s life and make the most out of our time together. I believe that people have a hierarchy of needs and by building a solid foundation and recognizing our strengths we all have the ability to reach our fullest potential.”

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