Lynne Einhaus

Virginia Collaborative Professionals

720 Moorefield Park Dr.
Richmond, Virginia 23236
United States
Office Phone: 804 495-5495
Member since 2009
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Psychologist, Mental Health Professional

I am committed to helping families heal and create their best solutions as they transition through divorce into life after divorce. During this challenging life passage, we can work together so that you can communicate and negotiate more effectively, manage strong emotions and make changes to significantly improve your life. In addition, I can help you and your partner make informed parenting decisions so that you can lovingly and skillfully minimize your children's pain and grief, while providing the support they need.

Area(s) of Practice: Divorce Coach
License(s): Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Commonwealth of Virginia, #0107-001318

Professional Activities

Collaborative Professionals of Richmond (Vice-President 2010)

Undergraduate Education

BA from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 1975

Postgraduate Education

MA in Clinical Psychology from Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio 1981
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia 1984
Clinical Internship at Virginia Treatment Center for Children, Richmond, Virginia 1984
Resident in Clinical Psychology, Charter Westbrook Hospital, Richmond, Virginia 1985-1986

Professional Education

Continuing Education Units for Licensed Clinical Psychologists maintained

Comments

As a licensed clinical psychologist, I have extensive education and experience in helping individuals, couples and families identify and develop the tools and strategies they need to negotiate major life challenges, including separation and divorce. I have particular expertise in grief counseling, cognitive-behavioral interventions (including improving communication and conflict-resolution abilities) and mindfulness within the context of marital and family relationships.