Lindsay is passionate and skilled in working with adults, college students, parents, families and couples. She strives to empower her clients by helping them create positive change in their lives through healing, self-awareness and finding balance in a safe and comfortable therapeutic space.
Lindsay utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques and helps clients strengthen individual and relational health from an integrative and holistic systemic lens. She believes parents, families and the community is integral to the therapeutic process. Lindsay is certified in Multicultural Counseling and will advocate for underserved and marginalized populations.
Creates a warm & safe space
Lindsay is warm, light-hearted, patient, and encouraging. She instantly creates a safe place for healing & growing. She will work with you to tackle any hardships or challenges you may be facing. She empowers clients to be their own self-healers. She knows firsthand the positive impact therapy can have. Being able to seek help takes great courage and she will join you on this journey of healing, empowering yourself, facing challenges and achieving goals to create a more peaceful and fulfilling life.
Prior to becoming a therapist, Lindsay worked with adolescents, teens and families in foster care at Crossnore, a non-profit child welfare organization supporting individuals in crisis. She also completed a clinical internship at Watauga High School in North Carolina. There, she provided counseling and support to students and families. She loves seeing kids grow in confidence, character, and creativity. Lindsay is warm, light-hearted, patient, and encouraging. She instantly creates a safe place for healing & growing.
In her free time, Lindsay loves laughing with friends and family, spending time outdoors, and snuggling with her pup, Ziggy. She also is a “foodie” and loves exploring the tastes and flavors of new restaurants.
To book an appointment, call (847) 919-9096 ext. 1 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.