MA, LaSalle University
Lindsay graduated from St. Andrew's in 1999 where she first connected with her love for service work, participating in Adapted Aquatics supporting disabled children as they learned to swim. She also played field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse and served as the Head of the Student Activities Committee. She graduated from Denison University in 2003 with a major in psychology and minor in French. She earned her Master's Degree in Clinical-Counseling Psychology from LaSalle University in 2006 and her license in professional counseling in 2010.
Lindsay began her work in counseling while still at Denison helping children and adolescents in a community-based program. She was immediately drawn to working with young people because of their incredible resiliency, creativity, and hope.
She went on to work with adolescents and families as a Master's-level counselor in a community-based program focused on clients with severe mental health and behavioral issues. She eventually became Director of the program, supervising the counseling staff and connecting families with needed therapeutic support. Lindsay has also worked in forensic psychology counseling victims of abuse and offenders and has counseled clients of all ages in recent years through her own private practice.
Outside of work, she has completed her yoga teacher training and recently raised $5,000 for the non-profit, buildOn, whose mission it is to break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy, and low expectations through education and service work. Upon meeting her fundraising goal, she traveled to Las Cuarentas, Nicaragua in February 2014 to break ground on a primary school.
Lindsay was excited to return to campus in the fall of 2014 to offer support to students during their journey at St. Andrew’s, and to be able to introduce her husband and young son to this amazing community.