About Lynda Griffin Bull, MC, LPC, PLLC, Grief Coach

Lynda Bull, MC, LPC is a clinical therapist and is licensed in Arizona and soon to be Virginia. She attained her Master of Professional Counseling degree at Ottawa University and Phoenix Seminary, and completed post -graduate training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, (DBT). In addition, she has received extensive training in Self Regulation Therapy (SRT), a neurobiological approach to healing trauma related issues. She is a Certified Daring Way Facilitator-Candidate, using Brene Brown’s model for building shame resilience. Lynda has training and experience treating all areas of substance abuse, addiction and compulsive behavior patterns, including eating disorders, co- dependency and self-harming behaviors. She is also trained to treat mood and personality disorders as well as relationship dynamics that interfere with the recovery process. In addition, Lynda works with persons who struggle with depression, anxiety, low self-worth, and grief and loss.

Lynda understands that everyone experiences bumps along the road, whether through traumatic events or a general feeling of depression or anxiety – or anything in-between.   She recognizes that we are all complex beings with individual stories, yet share the commonality our humanness in how our body, brain, emotions and spirit are affected by the stress and pain we encounter. Lynda welcomes the richness of opportunity to help others along their journey of healing.