Lindsay earned a Bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of Kansas and a Masters of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary. She is passionate about working with adolescents and adults wrestling with self-worth due to family of origin and relational issues. Through incorporating DBT skills and practices alongside professional experience with complex family systems, substance use, depression, anxiety, and divorce, Lindsay aims to help clients relate differently to pain while creating the life they desire.
Before her work as a counselor, Lindsay served middle and high school students in churches in Kansas City, Colorado Springs and Highland Park. There she cultivated experience with adolescents and families dealing with an array of issues. In hopes to further her gifts and abilities, Lindsay pursued her counseling degree and began work at Innovation 360, where she gained skills in individual, family, and group counseling, in addition to case management work. She is thrilled to bring this experience to Restoration.
As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Lindsay hopes to serve her clients with respect and empathy while encouraging them in their personal journey of growth. Lindsay is both honored and committed to meeting clients where they are at and helping them achieve their personal and relational goals.