Laura Finch Opens Counseling Office At Southern Saddlery Building

Monday, February 4, 2013

Laura Luckie Finch has opened an office for counseling in the Southern Saddlery building on South Broad Street. Her opening marks her return to counseling after five years devoted to starting a family.

Prior to starting a family, she worked for nine years in various settings as a therapist. She has extensive experience working with people with addiction and serious mental illness. Her areas of interest are depression, anxiety, relationship issues, life transitions, grief, spirituality, women's issues, boundaries, and acceptance.

Ms. Finch is from Alabama has lived in Chattanooga for eight years. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Tennessee.

She is available for appointments weekdays and is looking to start group sessions. Contact her by email at llfcounseling@gmail.com or at 423 785-6891. 


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