Freudian Slipcovers Incorporates Three Thereputic Entities
CBT-I. Insomnia is a common problem characterized by trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or getting restorative, restful sleep. Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia is an evidenced-based effective treatment for chronic sleep problems. It is highly effective in its aim to improve sleep habits and behaviors. It is an excellent alternative to drug therapy. I provide a structured program that helps an individual identify and replace thoughts and behaviors that cause or worsen sleep problems with habits that promote sound and concentrated sleep.
PRIVATE PRACTICE provides counseling and effective treatment interventions for children, adolescents and families dealing with depression, anxiety, substance abuse disorders, eating disorders, failure to thrive concerns, and co-occurring disorders with a holistic, natural approach. Dr. Debi Lynes offers a strength-based orientation using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) as well as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). These therapies optimize the health and wellness of the client in a natural and non-threatening environment in order to normalize the counseling experience. Clients are an active and equal part of the treatment process.
LYNES ON DESIGN: FACILITIVE AND SUPPORTIVE INTERIOR DESIGN CONSULTING SERVICE Dr. Lynes has an extensive career exploring the relationship between the physical environment and health and wellness in environments such as behavioral health centers, counseling and other office environments, as well residential homes. Facilitative and supportive design is the purposeful integration of interior design and architectural elements into physical settings to create spaces that will increase efficacy, productivity, and healing, while creating an environment that prevents or decreases burnout and other physiological effects, and allowing your home or office to become your sanctuary.
Design elements such as color, lighting, temperature, texture, nature, art and accessories, furniture layout and design, and architectural detail all influence health and wellness. Dr. Lynes assimilates 30 years of experience as an interior designer and 15 years as a private practice counselor to bridge the gap between the physical environment and therapeutic process in the emerging field of facilitative and supportive interior design.