Lydia Powell, LPC

Lydia Powell, LPC | Counselor Supervisee

Lydia (she/her/hers) is Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), working under the clinical supervision of Todd Carter, LPCC-S, LICDC. She began her clinical counseling experience just north of Columbus during the COVID-19 pandemic working with individuals experiencing health related anxiety and concerns related to the political climate and current events of that time.
She completed her undergraduate studies at Ohio Wesleyan University and graduate studies at the University of Dayton, both of which gave her the education to offer an open-minded, competent LGBTQIA+ friendly experience in counseling that also recognizes the client’s cultural background(s) and oppressions. She enjoys working with individuals experiencing concerns around sexual/gender identity, a diagnosis with a chronic illness, life stage changes, interpersonal relationships, and the shame/guilt that can be associated with religious trauma.

Lydia prioritizes creating a space that is non-judgmental and considers her work to be client-centered; “you are the expert in your own experiences, I’m here to offer different perspectives and strategies to help manage your concerns”. She will collaborate with you to create a personalized plan that can incorporate parts of mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), attachment theory, and more.

In her free time, Lydia enjoys spending time with her two cats, playing video games, and reading.

Lydia is being supervised by Todd Carter, LPCC-S, LICDC

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