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Meet Lloyd

Lloyd Lucas, RMHCI

Registered Mental Health Counseling Intern

Lloyd is a Registered Mental Health Counseling Intern who is clinically training in psychometrics and counseling from his Ph.D. Program. Lloyd has experience working with the geriatric population in a hospital setting performing psychological evaluations to determine the fitness and comprehension of his clients. He then transitioned into working with the childhood population where he helps families become better connected and students find success in their school work. Lloyd is passionate about helping children and families connect and find peace. 

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Ideal Clients

Qualifications

  • Children ages 6-17 with behavioral and emotional concerns

  • Adolescents who are struggling with attention in school

  • Children and Adolescents who feel lost and suicidal

  • Adolescents and Children struggling with an autoimmune disorder looking for understanding and community

  • Parents who are looking to better understand their children

  • Doctoral training in psychological testing

  • Clinical Training in Child and Adolescent Therapy

  • Created a Parenting Program to help kids cope with divorcing parents.

Someone I Can Trust

I don't trust very many people and my parents making me come to therapy wasn't a good start but I thought that Lloyd was cool especially since we could talk about anime and video games. It was easy to talk to him and I didn't think that he was judging me or telling me what to do. 

Easy to Talk To

Lloyd made it easy for me to understand what was going on with my child. I didn't understand why he was acting out at home and at school but after working with Lloyd for a couple of sessions he is on a better schedule and is listening to me more. I am grateful. 

Therapist That Looks Like Us

I've been looking for a while for a therapist that looks like me and that will understand my concerns. I didn't like that he wasn't on insurance panels but "you get what you pay for" and I believe that it was worth the investment.