Life is a journey — complete with its ups, downs and turn-arounds. Life Coach and Counselor, Lucy Church is particularly passionate about the latter: the turn-arounds that offer us a chance to regain ourselves and reclaim our lives.
Don’t let stress stifle your success.
Talking about your problems may not make your hardships disappear. But it does help! When we vocalize what we’re going through, we release ourselves from the first layer of stress holding us back from striving for success and thriving. ‘Talking it out’ with a friend or loved one can offer comfort and consolation. Unfortunately, this doesn’t mean that the person we confide in will have positive or effective solutions to offer…
When you present your problems and share your concerns with a psychology professional seasoned in effective, evidence-based solutions… the positive potential is limitless! That’s why Life Coach, Motivational Speaker and Counselor, Lucy Church is so passionate about working one-on-one with her clients to find solutions to their emotional, behavioral and adjustment problems in life.
Professional Experience in Psychology
Mentor at Ashford University
Lucy Church earned both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Early Childhood Education and Psychology from Ashford University. Now, she’s in pursuit of her Doctorate in Psychology at Ashford as well. As she continues her academic journey, Lucy deeply values any opportunity to gain real world experience in the field — especially when she has the chance to promote positive problem solving and solution strategies.
Eager to engage with individuals faced with mental and emotional hardships in life, Lucy Church is a firm believer in the idea that talking helps. As a Mentor at Ashford, that is the approach she embraces: counseling through conversation. Eager to engage with individuals in need of emotional support, this role is a natural fit for Lucy as she pursues her career in Psychology. After all, she has selected this pursuit not only due to her academic fascination with the field, but out of her eagerness to engage in counseling efforts that make a positive and productive difference in the lives of others.