Lindsey received her Bachelor of Arts in Advertising from Texas Tech University. While working for a marketing agency in the Dallas area, Lindsey quickly realized that she cared more about the hearts of her “target audience” than she did about the products she was being paid to promote. She quit her job and went on staff at her church where she got the opportunity to meet with and counsel church members. In doing so, Lindsey realized the joy that is found in helping others process and work through their hurts, insecurities, and struggles. In 2012, Lindsey got married and moved to Massachusetts where she began studying the science, theories and processes behind counseling while also studying theology and how to integrate the two areas. While working towards her master’s, Lindsey interned at Ispwich High School where she was able to work with high school students as they struggled with depression, anxiety, learning difficulties, and life-dilemmas. She received her Masters in Counseling from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in 2016. After graduation, Lindsey moved to Midland, TX and worked as a LPC Associate at a local counseling center where she helped treat couples, teenagers and individuals. Lindsey believes isolation can wreak all sorts of havoc on the heart, and she is honored that the Lord allows her to walk alongside others as they experience hope, healing, understanding and change through the Holy Spirit and relationship. Lindsey is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPC-A) under the supervision of Dr. Laura Pace, Ph.D., LPC-S
Interests and Specialties
Lindsey has experience working with adolescents, anxiety, harmful relationships, insecurity, depression, disordered eating, identity issues, marital conflict, spiritual doubts, life skill development, and stress management.
Lindsey currently lives in Midland, Texas with her husband, two small children, and her dog, which she named after Dolly Parton. Lindsey grew up playing a variety of sports and has always enjoyed staying active. She currently likes to challenge herself through cycling and burpees. When she’s not hanging out with her friends or family, Lindsey can be found listening to ‘90s country music, serving on local boards, studying, poorly playing her favorite songs on the guitar, doing laundry while listening to a podcast, reading a book, writing, or prepping to teach at Redeemer’s Women’s Bible Study.