Lyn-Lake Providers

Our psychotherapists bring a range of expertise to our strengths-based, relational, approach. With training and experience that spans addiction, art therapy, eating disorders, gender identity, mood disorders, sex therapy, EMDR, somatic-based psychology and beyond, each LLPW psychotherapist contributes a unique perspective to our varied therapy methods. It's that range of experience that helps our clients benefit from treatment that's as unique as they are.

Brad Martin

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor

One of my most important goals is to provide the therapeutic approach and environment that fosters the recovery you are seeking.

One of my most important goals is to provide the therapeutic approach and environment that fosters the recovery you are seeking. Regardless if this is the first time you are experiencing life challenges, or if you have been struggling with long-term complex concerns, together we will develop a collaborative approach to your treatment. I am grounded with a strong relational approach to therapy that can help explore your concerns openly in an atmosphere that promotes trust, safety, healing and growth.

I am a dual-licensed provider for the treatment of mental health and substance use disorders. My clinical experiences include work in treating most mental health and substance use disorder diagnoses with clients ranging from early adolescence to late adulthood. My theoretical orientation is based on a contemporary psychoanalytic stance that is relationally based. However, I have also been trained in, and able to provide many other evidenced based practices in therapeutic interventions for individuals and couples. Together, our goal will be to develop a unique and holistic treatment that is tailored especially for you and the goals you are seeking.

Our Team

It's our range of experience that helps our clients benefit from treatment that's as unique as they are.

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Understanding our relational  approach can give you a sense of how psychotherapy can help. Unlike counseling and other types of therapy, it takes a perspective that’s both deeper and broader. By focusing on emotions, it seeks to discover hidden pieces of who you are and then to understand how those pieces fit together.