"I seek to help people become the best version of themselves." - Lynda Bradley
Lynda Bradley is a Licensed Professional Counselor experienced in providing therapy for men, women and children individually and in group settings. With specialized training in trauma, she helps people cope with grief and loss, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and numerous other mental health concerns.
Prior to joining Samaritans staff, Lynda served as an outpatient therapist who provided assessments, treatment and evaluations and participated in clinical team meetings as well as meetings with patients family members and other providers. Earlier in her career, she taught both pre-kindergarten and elementary students in public school settings, including four-year-old at-risk students.
Lynda earned her masters in counseling from Waynesburg University in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania and is a member of the American Psychological Association.
On a personal note, Lynda had been an active duty military wife; her husband is now a military retiree.
Lynda sees clients in Samaritans Sewickley office in the Osborne Plaza and at our Upper St. Clair office in the Westminster Presbyterian Church.