As a counsellor, Lindsay finds strength and resiliency in her clients. Her career in the realm of psychotherapy started with a basic tenant which has now become the root of her practice: Helping clients feel safe getting vulnerable. Lindsay will work with you to help uncover inner conflicts, so you leave feeling less shame, more ease and an overall sense of being understood. Lindsay believes a good chat can change a lot. With the goal of therapy working to develop new feelings and perspectives that help shift mindsets that are keeping you stuck.
Before transitioning to private practice, Lindsay’s counselling career was focused in residential treatment for substance abuse, and working with teens, parents and families in the non-profit sector. This knowledge grounded her awareness of trauma and attachment, her work with older teens, addiction, and her current strength working with complex cases and varying mental health concerns.
Lindsay sees clients experiencing anxiety and depression, grief and loss, relationship concerns and those who struggle with self -esteem and identity, workplace stress, and current or desired life transitions. Lindsay offers services to individuals and couples who are working to repair/reunify broken attachment and those who are involved in more high-risk conflicts that other clinicians may not feel comfortable seeing. This includes working with abuse, sexual violence or individuals/families who are affected by a loved one in addiction.
In more recent years, Lindsay has gained traction working with men, men’s related issues, communication, anger management and sex and pornography related concerns.
Lindsay is a trained Emotion Focused Couples Therapist and values her work in bringing couples together to communicate and heal. This includes working with partners with a past history of trauma, parenting concerns, extramarital affairs, alternative relationships, or developing plans to handle separation/divorce with compassion.
Lindsay is easy to talk to, uses humour and lightness to discuss salient topics, and believes a warm and non-judgmental space and therapist are most important for a client’s growth.
She looks forward to meeting with you!
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