Lindsay obtained her undergraduate degree in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics from King’s College in 2010, her Master’s degrees in Counseling and Christian Education from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2012 and 2014, her Doctor of Counseling from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2016, and her Play Therapy Certification from KC Play Therapy Institute in 2013. Lindsay completed her Registered Play Therapy (RPT) credential in 2015.
Lindsay began her career working in the public schools in Kansas City, Kansas as a school counselor. After gaining experience providing therapy and advocacy working with children living in high poverty and dealing with trauma and instability, Lindsay’s interest in providing clinically focused treatment as a support outside of the public school system gained traction. Lindsay currently works at Peace Partnership as a clinical therapist. Additionally, Lindsay is an adjunct instructor at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
After attending KC Play Therapy Institute, Lindsay chose to focus her primary clinical modality to Play Therapy. Additionally she utilizes Sandtray Therapy, has been trained in EMDR Level 1 and 2 and uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy regularly. Lindsay enjoys working with children, teen girls and women and is committed to providing quality and affordable counseling to all who are seeking positive change. Lindsay believes that play therapy provides a safe space for kids (and grown ups!) to process, heal and grow in their own time.