Dr. Lunceford provides individual psychotherapy for adults, couples, children, and adolescents. Life can be challenging in so many ways. If you feel unhappy about some aspects of your relationships, stressed about work, or just feel overwhelmed by what you are dealing with, Dr. Lunceford can help. She will work with you to develop the best strategies for moving forward in a positive direction.
The core of Dr. Lunceford’s clinical practice is helping people make changes in their lives. Whether you are recovering from the emotional pain, disappointment and anger of a break up or divorce, dealing with the stresses of daily life, or you and your child are trying to navigate the difficult teen years, Dr. Lunceford is committed to helping you feel more optimistic and more powerful in your own life. She gives you the opportunity to explore ideas and understand your thoughts, feelings and reactions in a safe and trusted environment and to gain practical tools to improve your life.
Depression, including major depression, post-partum depression, seasonal affective disorder, and bipolar disorder
Anxiety, including post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), generalized anxiety, panic disorder, and obsessive compulsive disorder
Grief and bereavement
Relationship issues, including communication, conflict resolution, and coping with a break up
Finding meaning and purpose in life
The most important aspect of psychotherapy is the relationship with your therapist. Trust and confidence in the therapist lays the foundation for the work that will be done. Dr. Lunceford’s patients report feeling respected and cared about by her and they trust that she will help them find solutions and strategies that will work for them.
Dr. Lunceford employs a number of evidence-based practices to help her patients lead happier, more balanced lives. Much of the work is brief solution-focused treatment. Employing cognitive behavioral strategies helps people change how they think, feel, act, and relate.