Lucille Byno earned a Bachelors degree in Psychology from East Tennessee State University and subsequently earned both a Masters degree in Sociology and a Post Masters Certificate in Marriage & Family Therapy from Valdosta State University, Valdosta, Georgia. While doing clinical work in Marriage & Family, Lucille attended Florida State University, graduating with a Ph.D. in Marriage & the Family. During her collegiate years Lucille earned various awards for academic excellence such as the Norejane J Hendrickson Scholarship and the James Walters Scholarship. Dr. Byno is a past member of the Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society, and a current member of the Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society.
Upon graduation Dr. Byno taught courses at Florida State University and Tallahassee Community College. Courses taught include: family relationships, parenting, introduction to counseling, individual life span development, marriage & family, and human sexuality, among others. Dr. Byno helped establish a supervised visitation program and supervised Ph.D. level graduate students at FSUs campus marriage and couples therapy clinic while also providing therapy at her privately owned therapy practice in Tallahassee, Florida.
Lucille is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in New Hampshire. In addition to managing her private therapy practice, Dr. Byno is a member of the New Hampshire Association of Marriage and Family Therapist where she serves on the Education Committee. Dr. Byno also teaches a pro-seminar course in the Department of Applied Psychology at Antioch University, Keene, NH. She is a Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), a Certified Family Life Educator, an AAMFT Approved Supervisor, and a member of the National Council on Family Relations.
Lucilles therapy and research experience focuses on relationship development and maintenance, individual development, sexuality, couples and family therapy, pre-marital counseling, Christian-based counseling, adolescents and emerging adults, depression, grief, communication difficulties, divorce recovery and co-parenting, among others. Solution-focused, empirically supported therapy methods are utilized as treatment modalities.