Intentional. Intuitive. Empathetic. Playful.
Accepting. Heart-felt. Attuned. Passionate. Mind-Body-Spirit connected.
You know when you hear that music – that song – the one your body can’t help but move to? One of those rare experiences where the sensation inside drives you to move, to close your eyes and move your limbs, to let go and dance like nobody’s watching. All of you – mind-body- spirit move in oneness in this dance. Emotions rise up and out through the dance – pain, sorrow, fear, anger, joy. As the song quiets and you still yourself, you are empty of ick and full of peace. It’s gonna be ok. You are ok. You are more than ok – you are Alive. You are Survivor. Warrior. Dancer. Dreamer. Indescribable Wonder. Lyndsay’s accepting and gentle presence gives you permission to feel all that is within – to express it – to embrace it – to let it go. She sees you – Sawubona. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Lyndsay earned a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling , from Grace College in 2014. Since that time, Lyndsay has worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families using family therapy, client-centered, trauma-informed, holistic health, and play therapy interventions, adapted to the unique needs and goals of each client. Prior to graduate school, Lyndsay worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families in community mental health; adult women in residential recovery; and young adults in college-settings. Lyndsay has training in The Body-Brain Approach to Sandtray Therapy, Child-Centered Play Therapy, Theraplay, Filial therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Healing, Trauma Focused Play Therapy, and Gottman Marriage Therapy Level 1. Lyndsay integrates theories, research, and practices of attachment, trauma-informed care, holistic health, and neuroscience into her work. In 2017, Lyndsay began her role as Licensed Mental Health Counselor at Choices and Changes.
Children, teens, and adults specifically interested in sand tray and expressive therapy approaches, adults seeking attachment repair, caregiver/parenting support and workshops, foster and adoptive children and families, coparenting support and workshops
Special Considerations and Specialties:
Clinical discretion used to determine appropriate involvement in court hearings
Provides parent/coparent coaching and consultation
Provides consultation and retreats for groups, businesses, and organizations
To schedule contact Lyndsay at 260-244-0264 x322 or firstname.lastname@example.org