Lenne’ Hunt, PhD

Relationship Coach

Dr. Lenne’ Hunt has spent most of her adult life helping others navigate life’s challenges. She holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and an M.S. in counseling. Lenne’ practiced as a licensed therapist for many years while also raising a generation of therapists through her role as an Associate Professor of Psychology. More recently, Lenne’ decided to take another “helping” path, laying down her therapeutic license in favor of life coaching and pastoral counseling. Dr. Hunt coaches from a perspective of an intimate relationship with the Holy Trinity and so believes that no person and no relationship is ever too far gone to be beyond hope.


Dr. Hunt has authored 3 books: The Fatherhood of God and the Sonship of Man, Prisoners of Hope, and One True Thing and has a teaching/discipleship ministry called Deep Unto Deep Ministries.


By Lenne‘: If there’s only one thing you could know about me, it should be this: I’ll stake my life on the goodness of God. That isn’t something I say lightly. My belief in God’s goodness has been sculpted in the stuff of life: deep heartache, loss, grief, need, having my back against the wall, seeing Him raise me up from the ashes. God’s goodness doesn’t prevent hard things, and it doesn’t mean that everything turns out as I want it to when I want it to. But it does mean that at the end of all things, whatever those circumstances are, Father protects and holds my heart. Jesus heals me and restores my life. The Holy Spirit comes in consolation and comfort and wisdom. Life really is better lived God’s way, because He is for me and all of His plans and purposes for my life come from His love for me. That’s why I trust Him and it’s why I’ll follow Him anywhere.

Coaching Rates

Mini Intensive (3 hour session)$420
2-day Personal Intensive$2880
3-day Marriage Intensive$4160
Custom IntensivesPlease call for estimated quote.
Hourly Sessions$160
Marriage Evaluation, 3-hours$420
Marriage Evaluation, 5-hours$750
10 Hour Package$1500
Please note that all discounted packages are non-refundable and will expire after one year of purchase.

Videos & Media

Recent Articles by Lenne’ Hunt, PhD

2 Ways that Emotional Abuse Assaults Your Reality

This article is part of a series that examines different aspects of emotional abuse.  I will focus on one of the primary control strategies of emotional abuse, which is an assault on the wounded partner’s view of reality. The clinical terms for this are “gaslighting” and “crazymaking”. These refer to one person’s attempt to change, distort or deny the other’s understanding of events. The goal is to keep the partner off balance and make them unable to trust their perceptions. I often hear women in emotionally abusive relationships say things like, “Did I just imagine it?” or “Am I making too much out of this?” while abusers tend to use gaslighting phrases like “I never said that.” “That didn’t happen” or “You’re just hypersensitive.” “You’re making a big deal out of nothing.”

Ask Us: Covid-19, Children, and the Fight To Return To School

Do you have a question or concern about your relationship that you’d like us to address? Our Ask Us series answers reader-submitted questions. Submit your own question here and one of our therapists or coaches might address it in an upcoming blog or video.

Cultural Narcissism in the US Today

As with all things evil, the origin of narcissism can be found at the fall of Eden. We see there our father and mother, Adam and Eve, deciding to take what they believed they deserved instead of trusting God to provide. COVID-19 has only exposed this problem. It turns out that the virus among us isn’t simply biological; it’s a virus of the spirit and heart as well.