About Lynne Brackett
I started working as a Volunteer Counselor for Hospice in 1981. My next job was at Spouse Abuse.
There, I learned about empowering through communication, and how much a priviledge it is for a person to
trust me enough to tell their story. Trust is something I have to earn from each client, not
something I automatically have because I have a degree.
I entered private practice in 1986. I have been on the board of the Leukemia Society, where I was involved in fundraising and setting up the Leukemia Support group.
For ten years during my private practice I had worked as a Clinical Supervisor for counseling students at RTS. I have gone to Kiev, Ukraine, to teach a course in Death And Dying for counseling students, as well as supervising potential counselors.
I have done speaking engagements for volunteer organizations and churches to train and educate volunteer crisis hotline workers. I have run groups for sexual assault surviors.