Lindsey is a Provisionally Registered Psychologist and is completing a Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology. She has experience supporting diverse client populations to treat a range of presentations and disorders across community and public health settings. Lindsey is currently completing research exploring emotional maladjustment following exposure to natural disaster and the efficacy of mindfulness practices in a trauma context.
Lindsey has a special interest in trauma and the application of somatic therapies, an approach that focuses on the connection between the mind and body to support healing. Lindsey draws on multiple therapeutic techniques including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Schema Therapy to support her clients.
Lindsey’s warm and professional approach enables her to build safe and trusting therapeutic relationships in which her clients feel accepted and valued without judgement. Lindsey respects individual differences and the courage it takes to seek professional help. She is passionate about tailoring therapy to meet individual needs and works collaboratively with her clients to set achievable goals. Lindsey is committed to supporting her clients with tools and strategies that can be transferred from the therapy room to day to day life.