Lindsy is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She earned her bachelor of science in psychology from Grand Valley State University, and her master of arts in clinical mental health counseling from Western Michigan University.
Lindsy is the type of therapist who works to create a non-judgemental environment where clients can show up as their truest selves. She believes that her primary role as a counselor is to help clients develop the tools they need to feel empowered, grounded, and confident in their abilities to move forward in constructive directions. During sessions, she uses an empathetic, collaborative, and genuine approach while tailoring treatment to incorporate each individual’s strengths and goals.
She is especially passionate about working with young adults and adults who are experiencing the impacts of trauma, anxiety, and grief and loss. While Lindsy works with people seeking counseling for a range of presenting concerns, most specifically, she is a trauma-informed therapist. She recognizes that previous learning experiences impact the way our minds and bodies make sense of the world, and she is trained to assist clients who find that the past is negatively impacting them today.
Her education includes eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) training and clinical trauma professional training. Services available include talk therapy and EMDR depending on the client’s presenting concerns and preferences. No matter which treatment approach a client prefers, Lindsy carries with her the trust clients have taught her to have in the resilience of the human spirit.
Counseling Services Overview
- Works with individuals 18 and older.
- Conducts sessions via telehealth and in-person.
- Passionate about increasing individuals’ self compassion, assisting people to understand and challenge their anxious thoughts, and guiding clients as they heal from the lasting impacts of trauma.
- Currently pursuing training in expressive arts therapy for trauma recovery.
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If you are in crisis, contact 911 or 211. Our therapists are not able to provide therapy or respond timely to emergencies through voicemails or emails.
- Coping Skills
- Life Transitions
- Peer Relationships
- Relationship Issues
- Women’s Issues
- EMDRIA approved EMDR Basic Training
- Clinical Trauma Professional Intensive Training
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