Lynn DeLaurentis, LPC, RPT, has worked in the mental health field for the past 10 years, initially focused on biofeedback and stress management. She helps children, adolescents, adults, and couples struggling with headaches, anger management, anxiety, depression, perinatal mood disorders (during pregnancy and postpartum for mothers and partners), eating disorders, Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors (skin-picking, hair pulling & nail biting), grief, loss, life transitions, marriage, parent-child relationship issues and trauma.
Lynn trained with an international, integrative naturopath for many years and has expertise in how aspects of daily living impact the brain and body. She has extensive experience in nutrition and myofascial trigger point release, which lends itself to understanding how the physiological complexities of the human body are integral to mental well being and homeostasis.
Lynn earned a bachelor degree in Information Sciences from Stockton University. While taking time off to raise her children, she was actively involved in youth ministries, home schooling and several mission trips to Jamaica. After an uphill battle with fibromyalgia, Lynn chose to receive training first in what helped heal her, biofeedback and nutrition. She then continued her education, pursuing her passion for helping others with a graduate degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA.
Lynn is a lifelong learner, enjoying the opportunity to learn new skills and increase her knowledge base in current areas of work. She completes over 50 hours of continuing education each year covering a variety of topics in eating disorders, trauma, perinatal mood disorders, sand tray, mindfulness and related counseling topics.
Lynn is a volunteer EMT with Evesham Fire-Rescue and active member of the National Canoe Safety Patrol on the Upper Delaware through the National Park Service. She enjoys white-water kayaking, hiking, nature, gardening, baking, reading, prayer, and spending time with friends and family, including four grandchildren.
“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass…It’s about learning to dance in the rain” …and celebrate the rainbow when the sun does shine. -Vivian Greene/ Lynn DeLaurentis