Julie Lineburgh

Julie Lineburgh is a Licensed Professional Counselor, supervisor, and researcher who has experience working with children, adolescents, young adults, and adults.  She earned a Bachelor of the Arts in Self, Society, and Culture from Antioch College, a Master of Arts in Community Counseling from Kent State University, and is currently finishing up her dissertation in Counseling and Human Development Services, also at KSU.  Her dissertation is a qualitative study on how Generation Z college students perceive expectations related to the process of mental health counseling.  Julie has experience working mostly in college counseling centers, as well as community mental health agencies, and private practices.  Within those settings she has worked with populations of diverse backgrounds, including LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color).
Julie has experience in working with Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person-Centered Therapies, and Feminist Therapies.  Areas of focus include helping those experiencing depression, anxiety, burnout, life transitions/adjustments, relationship concerns, and effects from trauma.  She works from strength-based and solution-focused approaches to highlight what areas are working well, in addition to helping clients process the various challenges they face.  Using a developmental lens, she helps people understand the nature of their concerns in the context of where they are in their stage of life.  She believes that having a clear plan for change aids in the success of counseling.  In addition to a developmental lens, she also works within a social justice framework, affirming individuals from marginalized communities.  She enjoys meeting people where they are to provide hope, humor, and nurture their self-esteem and self-worth.  Julie likes to recharge by taking Zumba classes, hosting dinner parties with friends, and snuggling with her two cats. 
Julie's preferred pronouns are she/her.