Two New Clinicians

Lana Lyman, MA

Lana is a homeschooling mother of three and has been a wife to her husband for over 21 years. She has worked in ministry for 22 years and always has a heart for helping others. 

After suffering from the trauma of betrayal and the devastation of her husband’s addictions and working for years to heal and rebuild their marriage, Lana felt called to pursue the ministry of counseling. She believes her testimony of hope and healing and how God worked in her life and marriage will help others. 

Lana is a Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor. She is licensed by and is a National Christian Counselors Association (NCCA) member. She is currently pursuing her PhD.

Lana is currently the director of Apostolic Moral Purities support and recovery groups for wives whose husbands are experiencing an addiction to pornography or some form of sexual brokenness. 

Lana’s heart is to help women experiencing trauma from betrayal. She also enjoys working with youth and teaching about temperament and how it can help them as they navigate career choices and seek to find their purpose. You may schedule an appointment with Lana or reach her at 844-4DAYSTAR ext. 701.

Charity Hernandez, MA

Charity Hernandez is passionate about connecting with people and bringing them closer to the kingdom of God. She was raised in the evangelistic field, working in ministry under Eli and Kathy Hernandez. She was called to preach the gospel and reach others through Christian counseling at a young age. She is a dedicated clinical counselor, anointed speaker, and a licensed minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies and a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Pastoral Counseling. She resides in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she works in music and youth ministry. Her goal is to show the love of Christ and let His light shine wherever she goes. 

Charity is passionate about working with individuals between the ages of 12 and 18 who are struggling with emotional issues, such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, negative thought processes, and the like. She is interested in helping young ladies within this age bracket who are dealing with or recovering from sexual addictions or repercussions from past trauma. She has a burden for young people in particular (both genders) and feels drawn to work with them and bring them to a place of balance in their walk with God. 

As a young person, Charity was verbally abused by individuals within her friend groups and dealt with many cycles of low self-esteem and social rejection. She battled with debilitating anxiety for four years and fell into sexual addiction as a teenager (although her parents did everything they could to prevent it). Because of her experiences and the testimony of Jesus’ victory in her life, Charity believes anyone can overcome the emotional imbalances and addictions they experience through the power of the Blood and the Name. Young people hold the future of the end-time revival on their shoulders, and above all, Charity feels an urgency to reach out to them and bring them to the fullness of their calling. You may schedule an appointment with Charity or reach her at 844-4DAYSTAR ext. 702.

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