Lindsey is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and a behavioral health therapist at Brightline.
Lindsey lives in Newton, Massachusetts, and enjoys running, cooking, anything involving her schnoodle (schnauzer/poodle), Samson, and “Dear Evan Hansen.”
Lindsey has seven years of experience helping children, adolescents, and their families navigate life’s many challenges, including attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, depression, body image, relationship challenges, self-esteem, and adjustment disorder. She has particular expertise in navigating social and emotional difficulties involving school.
Before joining Brightline, Lindsey worked as a behavioral health clinician in a variety of school environments, both public and private, working with students grades K-12. She is well-versed in the issues that students (and their families) often face, as well as collaborating with other providers to create a holistic support system for her clients.
Lindsey has a Master’s in Social Work from Simmons University.
The Fun Stuff
Random thing about you? I’ve completed two marathons and three half-marathons.
Superpower you’d like to have? Mind-reading!
Perfect Saturday? It would start with a workout class, followed by a family walk and an iced almond milk latte.