Lindsay is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Child Mental Health Specialist in the state of Washington. Lindsay has a genuine, casual demeanor that puts her clients at ease. Together, she and her clients create customized goals for counseling. Her down-to-earth, adaptive counseling style often includes support, careful listening, humor, education, practicing new skills, considering options, and exploring thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
Training and Background
Lindsay earned a master’s degree in counseling from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. She also has a bachelor’s degree from George Fox University, where she studied English and psychology. Lindsay has previously worked as a counselor at the Career and Life Counseling Center at Warner Pacific College and a homeless shelter for veterans and their families. Lindsay worked at a community mental health agency as a child and family therapist for two years, where she specialized in counseling teens and young adults.
Coping with Medical Issues
In her free time, Lindsay loves to be around people, especially playing board games with friends or watching movies with her husband. She also enjoys mildly creative activities like writing, coloring, and stitching (cross-stitch and hand-embroidery).