November 3rd, 2017
Lynne Pinterics has an undergraduate degree with a psychology major, Certificate in Early childhood Education and is a Certified Play Therapist with the Canadian Association of Child and Play Therapy.
She worked at the EVOLVE program at Klinic Community Centre with children who witnessed family violence, and has been in private practice since 1994.
She works primarily with children and adults who have experienced multiple losses, developmental trauma and attachment disruption, utilizing a variety of theoretical approaches. Lynne also works with Steve Rauh, M.S.W., to provide therapeutic mediation to high conflict separated parents, to support their ability to establish new child focused communication and parenting patterns, as well as providing therapy to their children to support them regarding the separation and ongoing parental conflict.