MA Associate Professional Clinical Counselor 6687
NCC 998208, RYT
Originally from a small town in Nebraska, Lyndsay received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Colorado State University and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from University of Colorado Denver. Lyndsay grew to embrace the journey of aligning herself with the values of individuality. Over the last seven years Lyndsay has had the privilege of working individually and in group settings with people struggling with and coping by way of substance use, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, homelessness, LGBTQ related issues, and other transitional life struggles.
It is her belief that there is no single approach when it comes to working with unique individuals and utilizes a range of modalities including body-based and trauma-informed therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy to best suit client’s needs. Lyndsay’s goal is to provide supportive, encouraging, and safe spaces for clients to feel empowered. With increased confidence in their own authenticity, her hope is for young people to express their individuality and in turn, empower others to do the same.
Clinical Supervision provided by Leanne Miler PhD and Cindy Weathers LMFT