Lindsey Perkins holds a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. To date, Lindsey’s clinical experience includes work in a variety of sectors from community mental health (Intensive In-Home Therapist and Site Supervisor of a school-based therapeutic program) and church-based counseling to private practice. Lindsey also has a passion for education and has worked as a Clinical Trainer in a Counselor Education program, as well as providing Clinical Supervision for practicum/ internship students and Residents in Counseling.
Lindsey specializes in working with adults dealing with trauma/ post-traumatic stress, attachment trauma, depression, anxiety, and boundary and relationship issues. Lindsey is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as concepts from Attachment Theory, Internal Family Systems, and Somatic-Based interventions to assist clients in pursuing healing and overall positive mental health.
Lindsey enjoys spending time with friends and family – especially gatherings that include food and laughter. She also enjoys music, animals, and working out.