“Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life. Tip toe if you must, but take the step.” ~ Naeem Callaway
Topics I Address
I enjoy working with people who are processing anxiety and depression, as well as trauma, abuse, and developmental disabilities. That is in addition to the many other counseling topics that my experience has prepared me to handle. I feel that my unique approach, which combines a variety of therapeutic modalities, allows me to come together with any client and devise unique solutions to real-life problems.
My Thoughts about the Therapeutic Process
I believe the therapeutic process begins with an open mind, a willing heart, and a good relationship between the client and therapist. When a person challenges themselves to be vulnerable and open to sharing their experiences, they open themselves up to positive changes in their life. I truly believe that everyone has the ability to thrive. Taking the step to begin therapy can be scary and uncomfortable for many people, but it’s that same uncomfortable and exposed feeling that leads to the most significant change.
My Professional Experience
I have been working in the therapeutic field for fifteen years and in that time I have had diverse experiences in many different areas of psychology. Throughout my years as a counselor, I found that establishing a therapeutic relationship which encourages trust, empowerment, and growth in an accepting environment is paramount.
Degrees and Certifications
Clinical Supervisor at CCH
Licensed Certified Counselor (LPC) in Pennsylvania
Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC)
Registered Play Therapist Supervisor (RPT-S)
Certified Sexual Assault Counselor
MA in Counseling Psychology from Arcadia University (PA)
BA in Psychology from Lehigh University (PA)
To directly contact Lindsay you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org