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Meet Our Counselors

HI, I'M LINDSAY

Get to Know Me

  • Certified in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

  • Certified Clinical Trauma Professional

  • Trained in Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy

  • Specialization in Serving LGBTQIA+ Members via Affirmative Therapy

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

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Learn More About Me:

Lindsay graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, minoring in sociology, child development and family relations, with a concentration in sexual education and gender studies.  In 2009 she joined the Transitions Program which was a new and unique intensive community mental health program working with transition-aged young adults with significant mental illnesses and little to no supports or resources.  There she became immersed in ESFT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, CBT, group therapy and affirmative therapy as she worked with individuals, families, and couples facing compounded issues related to mental illness, trauma, grief/loss, poverty, pregnancy/parenting, marginalization, addiction, homelessness, and unemployment.

 

In 2018, Lindsay became Program Director while she worked on obtaining her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She graduated in 2020 as student of the year with summa cum laude honors. In 2022 she expanded her position by taking on Clinical Directorship of Regional Counseling Center, Inc. and in 2023 again expanded by adding Assistant Director.  

 

Lindsay's main passion is helping others.  She uses her own life experiences, education, and training to deliver eclectic treatments and interventions tailored to meet individual needs.  She believes her clients are the experts on themselves and developing a therapeutic alliance with a skilled clinician is the key to self-discovery and healing. In her free time, Lindsay enjoys being with her family and 3 dogs, cooking, gardening, and tending to her pond.  Her backyard is her own oasis that she enjoys sharing it with family and friends.

You Asked, We Answered

  • IN WHICH STATES DO YOU PROVIDE YOUR THERAPY SERVICES?
    We currently provide our services to residents in the state of Pennsylvania. We offer in-person counseling at our Edinboro, PA offices, and virtual counseling across all of Pennsylvania.
  • DO YOU OFFER IN-PERSON COUNSELING?
    Yes! We offer in-person counseling at our Edinboro, PA offices. We also offer high quality video therapy sessions across all of Pennsylvania.
  • DO YOU NEED TO BE LOCATED IN PENNSYLVANIA TO SEE ONE OF OUR THERAPISTS?
    Yes, you currently do need to be physically located in Pennsylvania during your therapy session. However, if you reside in a state close to the Pennsylvania border, you may be able to attend your therapy session from a parked vehicle or other static location in Pennsylvania as long as you are in physically in Pennsylvania at the time of your session.
  • WHAT IS THE LENGTH AND FREQUENCY OF THE THERAPY SESSIONS?
    Standard sessions are typically 50 to 60 minutes and can take place on a weekly, bi-weekly basis, or monthly basis depending on your particular needs/wants.
  • CAN ANYONE GET THERAPY ONLINE?
    Yes anyone can receive online counseling as long as you have a smartphone, tablet, or computer and access to the internet. Online therapy has been found to be just as effective as in-person treatment for adults, young adults, and teenagers.
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