Lindsay Phillips is a licensed mental health counselor with over 8 years of clinical experience working with families, adolescents, and
young adults who have been impacted by complex trauma. Lindsay obtained her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Richmont Graduate University. Lindsay has worked within a variety of clinical settings including, short-term crisis care, community mental health, and a residential setting within the Justice Resource Institute.
Lindsay specializes in providing trauma informed care and support to both adults and teens who have been impacted by a range of traumatic
experiences. Additionally, Lindsay has supported young adults, families, and adolescents to work through a variety of presenting
concerns, including anxiety, depression, interpersonal issues, PTSD, dissociation, self-esteem issues, addiction, intergenerational trauma,
and issues related to complex grief and loss.
Lindsay’s approach to therapy is an individualized strengths based focus centered in evidenced based trauma informed care. Lindsay uses
treatment models, including Attachment, Regulation, and Competency (ARC), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR),
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Therapy (SMART), and Internal Family Systems (IFS).