My name is Lynda Alper, and it has been my honor and pleasure to be a counselor for 27 years. It is my goal to assist you in achieving your goals. I consider myself to be a cognitive behavioral therapist and have worked with individuals, couples and families.
I believe that making a decision to pursue counseling and improve one’s life takes great courage. Attaining and maintaining change is hard work, but brings great rewards. I strive to create a safe, nurturing, and nonjudgmental environment for the individuals that I work with.
My areas of interest are: depression, anxiety, grief, end of life issues, PTSD, parenting concerns, conflicts in relationships, divorce, sexual trauma, as well as the behavioral management of and adjustment to chronic medical conditions.