Jerry Lankford

Jerry Lankford – MBA, MACC, MDiv, LPCS

Jerry.Lankford@lifecarecc.com

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As co-founder and president of Lifecare Counseling & Coaching, Jerry provides individual, marriage and family counseling. He works with clients who suffer from mood disorders such as depression and anxiety, sexual addiction, post traumatic stress disorder, dissociative disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder and personality disorder.

Jerry has developed a special interest in the way trauma affects our outlook on life. The small and big hurts we receive throughout our life develop perspectives which translate into powerful forces in our lives that produce anxiety, depression, and other negative beliefs that leave us struggling. There are techniques such as inner healing prayer and EMDR that produce remarkable results in only few sessions. EMDR is a state of the art technique proven to address anxiety, flashbacks, and nightmares in those who have experienced trauma.

With degrees from Vanderbilt, Purdue, Duke and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and experience leading within multi-national corporations, Jerry is uniquely qualified to provide business coaching and career counseling to fellow Christians. Jerry spent more than 26 years as a senior level manager with international experience in software and hardware engineering as well as research and development leadership. Jerry is founder of Corporate Grace, a CEO Roundtable for Christian Business Owners. He has additional professional training in leadership development, negotiating, and integrity leadership.

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