Lynne Andrade, MA, LPCC, NCC
Originally from Hawaii, Lynne was raised and educated in Boulder, Colorado where she graduated from the University of Colorado with a B.A. in Mathematics. She recently returned to school to embark on a new path. Graduating from Regis University with her Masters of Counseling in August 2014, Lynne has been certified with the Equine Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA) since 2008, which was when she began to fulfill her passion and a vision of working with horses to help people. During her master's program, Lynne did her internship at Animal Assisted Therapy Programs of Colorado (AATPC), expanding the concepts she began with Equine Assisted Therapy to working with other animals (goats, cats, rabbits, rats, chickens?).
The name of her business, Musiqus, is the combination of the two areas that Lynne has found to be her constant, joyful, passions throughout her life: music and equines (horses).
A violinist since the age of 10, Lynne has been teaching violin to private students for 15 years, as well as playing in local area orchestras. She is currently with the Flatirons Symphony Orchestra.
Lynne is grateful and privileged to be the mother of two grown children, James and Marie, who have been her source of strength and growth.