Lynne Kilgore

Lynne Kilgore

Lynne Kilgore, LPC-S


Areas of Professional Interest

Cognitive behavioral therapy is an area of special interest to Lynne. Through it, she works with patients to empower them to break free from negative thought patterns that steal their joy. She also has an interest in dialectical behavior therapy, which involves guiding clients in emotional regulation, distress tolerance, and exploring new interests.


Lynne became a Licensed Professional Counselor in 2001 and is also a board-certified supervisor, which makes her qualified to assist individuals who aspire to become licensed counselors. She has a strong background in foster care and adoption matters. She has experience counseling adults, children, and adolescents in individual sessions on a wide range of concerns like depression, anxiety, sleep issues, and spiritual and behavioral challenges.


After earning her bachelor of science degree in counseling at the University of Montevallo in 1986, Lynne went on to earn her master’s of education in counseling from Montevallo in 1994.


In her free time, Lynne enjoys spending time with her furry companions, Auggie, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, and her cat. She also loves exploring new places in her teardrop camper.

"I try to help my clients understand that while the past cannot be changed, moving through fear and hurt can lead to acceptance and, ultimately, peace. I believe that spiritual growth plays a vital role in this process, and I try to help clients realize the importance of a relationship with Christ as our ultimate source of peace."