$20 per session
Lyndsay offers a hybrid of telehealth/virtual and in-person sessions.
2021-2022 Counseling Intern
Lyndsay has a strong belief in the importance of the therapeutic relationship and hopes to encourage and support you while giving you tools to use throughout every day. Therapy is a journey that is unique to each person. Her approach is integrative and tailored to fit client’s specific needs and goals. Lyndsay takes a warm and empathetic approach to tackle issues from a strengths based perspective.
Lyndsay completed her Bachelor of Social Work at Appalachian State and is currently a second year graduate student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill studying Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling. She will pursue licensure to become a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate (LCMHCA) after graduation in May 2022.
Lyndsay’s background is working in hospitals and the court system with children and their families as well as with college students and young adults facing life transitions. Through academia and clinical training Lyndsay has been exposed to many therapeutic tools and enjoys techniques that speak to a client’s belief systems and are easily incorporated into a client’s life. This can show up through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), feminist therapy, and family systems therapy. She enjoys working with people of all ages, covering a wide range of topics including anxiety, depression, and issues surrounding self-esteem.