Lindsay earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Missouri Baptist University and is a current student at Covenant Theological Seminary set to graduate in May of 2024 with a Master of Arts in Counseling. She views all people as full of infinite worth, dignity, and value because they bear the image of God. Because of sin, we live in a fallen world where we are both affected by the sin of others and from within ourselves. Sometimes this leaves us in need of counsel and healing. She believes that God works redemptively in the client-counselor relationship recognizing the importance and
power of the Lord’s presence in the room. She is grateful that God has graciously allowed her to walk alongside others in their healing process. Her own experience with postpartum depression and healing has given her the heart to help women, families, and children with a desire to see families flourish. She understands the value and importance of the healthy functioning of the family unit. She seeks to create a space where you can feel valued, heard, and safe so that your journey to healing and wholeness can begin.
Lindsay has been married to her husband for 10 years and together they have three beautiful
children. She enjoys spending time with her family, painting, reading, and writing. She is grateful for the community in her local church where she is a children’s ministry teacher to the sweetest 4th graders.