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Wynsome S. McLean

Wynsome S. McLean

(she /her )

15 years of experience
Solution oriented

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I work with individuals, couples (pre and post-marital), and families. I create a safe, trusting, and affirming environment to work through past trauma while processing the current impact and working toward a future without limitations. I have over 15 years of experience working with various concerns, including depression, anxiety, past trauma, spirituality, identity development, grief, and loss, to name a few. I pursued a degree in counseling to make sense of my own traumatic experiences; I know what is necessary for healing to occur. Hurt happens in a relationship; healing has to happen in a relationship - Wynsome McLean.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

During our first session, we will get to know each other and discuss your presenting concerns in more depth, create treatment goals, and begin creating a treatment plan that meets your therapy goals.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

I work with individuals, couples, and families- to address the impact and heal from a history of adverse experiences, trauma, attachment concerns, and current-day stressors. I am trained and comfortable working with an array of spiritual beliefs, intersecting identities, and racial trauma. I also support individuals with navigating the next steps needed for future planning regarding career advancement and entrepreneurship.

About Wynsome S. McLean

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My treatment methods


Assist clients with determining their attachment styles and working through how their style may impact how they relate to themselves, others, and the world.


Assist the client with reprocessing negative cognition and replacing it with positive cognitions integrated on a somatic and parasympathetic nervous level.

Trauma Informed Care

Assist clients with feeling safe in the therapist's space and within their body, leading them through strategies that center around Post Traumatic Growth.

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

Assist client with identifying their thought patterns and processes that are not adaptive, and provide education and practice on how to integrate more adaptive/productive thought processes.

Acceptance and commitment (ACT)

Assisting the client with building up the appreciation of self through self-acceptance and mindfulness practices.