Lynette Lively Cookson, M.A.
Lynette Lively Cookson, M.A. is a Registered Psychological Assistant who is supervised by Dr. Kierce. She completed her undergraduate training at University of Washington and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology with a minor in anthropology. She is currently completing her doctoral training and coursework in clinical psychology at California School for Professional Psychology at Alliant International University.
Lynette has experience working with underserved ethnic minority populations, parenting and parent-child relationship in the context of addiction and trauma, and evidence-based treatment for mood, trauma, and developmental disorder in children and teens. Her research interests include parental self-efficacy and other measures in parent/caregiver populations and compassion fatigue, vicarious traumatization in social service workers, and trauma in survivors of child sexual abuse and intimate partner violence.