Lucille Zimmerman

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I offer therapy in a safe, fully confidential and private environment. My approach is gentle, direct and genuine. I invite individuals to talk openly and at their own pace. I provide therapy with integrity, respect and dignity. I am deeply committed to my work and embrace the courage of those who are seeking a voice in their healing  process and personal growth.


Would you like a Christian Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) to encourage you and the women you know to consider the importance of self-care to their emotional, spiritual and physical health?


Lucille’s book, Renewed, helps women understand the need to put themselves on “the list.” Through practical ideas and relatable anecdotes, readers can better understand their strengths and their passions—and address some of the underlying struggles or hurts that make them want to keep busy or minister to others to the detriment of themselves.

Self Care Course

I put together a 10-part course called Renaissance U: Lessons on Selfcare taught by a Licensed Professional Counselor. This course offers women biblical and psychological permission to do self-care. Just like when the flight attendant tells people to put their own oxygen mask women must put themselves on the list! I wrote it for women from the vantage point of a Christian, but anybody can take this course.

Imagine learning how to care for your soul. Visualize healthy boundaries and plenty of time for you. Picture emotional healing.

The course is ten weeks long but you can do it at your own pace. Each week’s lesson will take you about an hour or so to complete. The homework is simply for your benefit. You don’t have to answer questions or turn in assignments. You’ll find much of the material I share based on clinical research. You’ll read stories from my life. You’ll watch videos. It will be fun.

The topics include solitude, exercise, play, savoring beauty, identity, attachment, authenticity, spirituality, present moment living, boundaries, and emotional healing.

From the Blog

How To Ask For Help

“I’ll be there next week,” she said.   I felt the familiar sense of agitation creep in.   A person that I have a long history with is telling me something but not really telling me what she wants or needs. I find myself trying to read into it, hoping to fill...

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EMDR For Sexual Abuse Survivors

  Yesterday an acquaintance on social media sent me a private message. She had a question about a type of trauma treatment called EMDR. If you don't know what EMDR is, check out this video. It looks woo-woo, but it is actually a powerful tool that many therapists...

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