Dr. Lynne Weixel
36 years experience female
Lynne Weixel, Ph.D.
I have a blog that I like to use as a jump start for effective psychotherapy. If you might choose to consult with me - I'd like you to read my piece on 'Before we get started'. It's here: https://doctorweixel.wordpress.com/2015/03/31/before-we-get-started/ As for me - I have 30 Years Clinical experience. Originally from NYC. Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from University of Connecticut 1985. Research on Placebo Effects. Internship at Audie Murphy Veterans Administration Hospital in San Antonio, TX. Training in Pain Management Health Psychology. Now living in very rural MO with a few horses, a garden, some cats and a dog. I see clients at a Veterans Home and do psychological evaluations for prospective medical procedure candidates. I spent years as a single mom with an only child and with the good fortune of City Univ of NY, Grandma's babysitting and a Scholarship to Grad School, I put myself through to a Ph.D. My daughter's a health food sales rep, married and a wonderful mother of three sons - the oldest heading off to college. My partner and I ran a Tooling Design Mfg business that helped me ignore the devastating impact of the pharma-boom and managed care mania on psychotherapy. He and I are semi-retired and use our professional skills as we choose - our expertise is still in demand and it is up to us to decide how much to do. How nice is that! I have a special interest in Health Psychology and Mindful approaches to life.
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United States: Missouri
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A 35-year-old male asked:
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Aug 10, 2013
I recommend Dr. Weixel. Her input on Healthtap is spot on, respectful, accurate & demonstrates a great deal of insight. Her responses take things deeper than typical bread & butter answers & are thou...Read More
Aug 2, 2014
Since making Dr. Weixel's acquaintance on this network I have called upon her expertise a number of times. She impresses me with her fund of knowledge, speed of response to referrals, and ability to e...Read More
This made me feel good. Thanks! Well I've always had an issue with hypochondria which I heard is a symptom of anxiety and both of my parents have anxiety. Could my worries be playing with my mind and ...Read More
This was very helpful. Thanks! Thank you for taking the time to answer my question. I have spoken to the doctors & it's much further along than expected. He may have a week or two left. We pray for it...Read More
This was very helpful. Thanks! Unavoidable situation: It has been 2 months since the adult has been visiting. 7 days to go!! She'll come back for 2 weeks at X-Mas. I'll be away for 1 wk. A must for me...Read More
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Univ of Connecticut