Lucinda Grapenthin, Ph.D.

Dr. Lucinda Grapenthin received her Ph.D. in School and Clinical Child Psychology from Indiana State University. Her clinical experience consists of working in inpatient settings for children with severe mental illness and providing psychological support in schools including conducting psychological assessments and individual and group therapy. Additionally, she conducted developmental assessments for the 0-3-year-old population for the Babies Can’t Wait Program in Fulton County, GA.  Dr. Grapenthin is a Licensed Psychologist, National Certified School Psychologist, and Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor. She specializes in play and expressive therapy techniques. Areas of interest include Attachment, Trauma, Anxiety, Mind-Body Connection, and ADHD.  She is a member of the GPA, APA, and GAPT.  Her professional background encompasses working in California, Illinois, and South Carolina. Dr. Grapenthin maintains a clinical practice providing psychotherapy and clinical supervision to other professionals and professional workshops.

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