Lyn Groome has been helping people in their efforts to sort their lives out for 30 years. She currently has availability to see clients at her beautiful home office in Villanova.
Ms. Groome understands that we all operate in many worlds, both internal and external, and can easily become confused and distressed. She works individually as well as with all combinations of relationships including couples, adult siblings and family businesses. She joins with people in their transitions through life, helping them see opportunities to explore and change aspects of their lives.
Ms. Groome works from a commitment to an integrated model of therapy, taking on board the many aspects of the human condition and change.
She has focused on many models of therapy, including Jungian work, and is influenced by Sue Johnson’s Emotion Focused Therapy. She has a special interest in issues surrounding the topic of masculinity and femininity.
Groome has many years of experience with direct counseling, supervision, teaching and writing. She trained at the Penn Council for Relationships, Division of Family Study, Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
During her career, Ms. Groome has held Directorships with the Philadelphia Society for Services to children, the birth center in Bryn Mawr, PA, Planned Parenthood of Philadelphia, The Community of Bosnia, The Netter Center Advisory Board at the University of Pennsylvania, and most recently, since 2010, she has headed the board of Mighty Writers, an after-school writing program in Philadelphia. She is a contributing author to “Narrative Reflections”, published in 2014, and was a conference organizer, following the publication of the book.
While her qualifications are extensive, most importantly, clients who come to see Ms. Groome for counseling will find her to be approachable, easy to talk to and possessing a keen sense of how to look at a situation from a different, more hopeful perspective.
Feel free to call 610-687-9889 to speak with Ms. Groome about the specifics of your situation to see whether or not she feels like a good fit.