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Counseling in Lexington

Speciality Counseling in Lexington

Waybridge Counseling

Waybridge Counseling

Wellness Center for

Posttraumatic Growth

Lexington Kentucky

In-Office and Virtual Sessions

424 Lewis Hargett Circle

Suite 247

Lexington, KY 40503

Lexington, Kentucky downtown fountain with financial business district of the city visible

(859) 982-3390

EMDR  |  Attachment  |  Childhood  |  Domestic Violence  | Grief and Loss


What is Eye Movement

Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)?

Supported by extensive research, EMDR offers innovative and transformative healing in a variety of areas including PTSD and stress-related issues, depression, anxiety, panic, OCD, chronic pain, performance anxiety and attachment healing. EMDR emphasizes the connection between body and mind and taps into your inherent healing potential. 
Learn more about how EMDR works here.

How Attachment Can Impact Your Life
We begin learning about relationships from the moment we are born and learn how to engage with every person we meet. When we do not receive the attention, care, positive treatment we need in our early life, often times, we can take these tendencies or habits into our adult life causing cycles to repeat and our inability to move freely into  healthy, positive relationships

Childhood Trauma 
Two thirds of individuals have or will experience at least one traumatic event by the age of 16. Whether abuse, neglect, bullying, physical assault, medical trauma, or other adverse childhood experience, these events leave a lasting mark on our emotional state. Consistent therapy can assist in reversing these impacts and improving overall happiness and life satisfaction. 

Domestic Violence

Trauma treatment helps victims process and make sense of their traumatic experiences through therapeutic techniques such as trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).

Grief and Loss
Loss does not only mean death. Loss can include loss of a friendship, relationship, difficult family dynamic. Loss includes loosing the future you thought you might have which can lead to profound impact on your world and how you interact with it.
Therapy can help as you move through pain and into healing. 

At Waybridge, we offer a safe, compassionate space where you can explore and express a wide range of emotions and impact. We hope to help you use your unique set of strengths to build resilience and create meaning.  

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Dr. Butch Losey

In-Office: Cincinnati Virtual: KY, OH, AZ I work specifically with couples who are recovering from infidelity, are dealing with difficulties in communication, find it difficult to talk without arguing, or have problems intimately connecting. My process for couples therapy is systemic, transformational and experiential. My hope is that you will gain a greater understanding of yourself and your partner, which will create transformation in your relationship. I create the session experience so that you will consistently experience each other in a positive, growth-oriented way. You will not come in and "chat with the therapist" about the problem, but work with each other as I coach you through necessary and difficult discussions so that you can create transformative change in your relationship. You will be encouraged to implement healthy strategies, challenged to stop problematic behaviors and taught skills to be a stronger, better couple. My Books: Managing the Aftermath of Infidelity Creating an Effective Couples Therapy Practice Bullying, Suicide and Homicide

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Jatana Boggs

In-Office: Lexington | Virtual: KY, OH I provide counseling for adults and couples, but provide counseling for all individuals, including disabled individuals and family systems. I take an individualized and personalized approach to therapy, to treat a variety of issues. I am currently being trained in systemic and experiential couples therapy. I am a Certified Personal Medicine Coach (CPMC), which teaches people how to tap into their inner resilience to aid in overcoming and managing symptoms and issues. I am currently in my second year at Thomas University working on my master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Rehabilitation Counseling. I obtained my Bachelor's of Science in Psychology with a minor in Veterans Studies from Eastern Kentucky University.

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Dr. Lucy Hunt

In-Office: Lexington | Virtual: KY, OH I am a couples and family therapist taking on new clients seeking treatment for a variety of issues, including conflict, maladjustment, stress, trauma, abuse, grief, and addiction. My goal is to improve the functioning and well-being of the entire family system. My approach is collaborative and flexible, working with clients as active participants in the formation of specialized treatment plans and goals. I have a strong background in relationships research and prioritize evidence-based therapeutic approaches that address the complex and unique needs of individuals, couples, and families. My relational research is published in peer-reviewed journals, and my work has been featured in media outlets such as NPR, The New York Times, and The Economist. I have a doctoral degree in Human Development and Family Science and am currently working towards a clinical degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.


Becca Sales

In-Office: Cincinnati | Ft. Thomas Virtual: KY, OH My approach for counseling is primarily person centered and trauma focused. I am Eye Movement and Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Trained and seeking certification. While my specialty is trauma and stress related disorders, I work with teens and adults in a variety of backgrounds, life stages and diagnoses. I am experienced in working with individuals and families who may be experiencing a variety of issues, such as: anxiety, depression, self-esteem, relationship issues and life transitions including career. My counseling style is collaborative, non-judgmental and supportive. We will use your personal strengths to help you move from a place of “stuck” to a place of hope and resilience.

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