Lindsay has worked in the mental health field providing services to children and adolescents since 2015 and joined the North Homes family in fall of 2017. Lindsay received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Minnesota-Duluth in 2013 in Public Health Education and Promotion. She then went on to obtain her Master of Science in Education degree in Clinical Mental Health at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. Lindsay has experience working in a community mental health setting with children and adolescents in developing healthy coping skills, emotion regulation skills, and social skills. She has worked with children aged 5-18 years old and their families, utilizing a trauma informed care approach. She works from a strength-based, person-centered, holistic counseling approach in hopes that she can encourage her clients to find meaning and passion in their lives. Lindsay has been trained in Love & Logic curriculum. She also has training and experience in early childhood interventions including play therapy and parenting interventions, and is able to provide diagnostic assessments on children age birth to 5 using DC 0-5 criteria. Lindsay is currently pursuing certification in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Play Therapy. Outside of work, you can find her running, teaching and practicing yoga, on the lake, spending time with her loved ones, traveling the world and enjoying all that life has to offer.