Lindsay Bowling, LPC, CSAC

Lindsay Bowling, LPC, CSAC

Hours: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning, afternoon, and evenings. Virtual Appointments Only.
About Lindsay Bowling

“Do you feel stuck and need help moving past the roadblocks in your path?

Are you ready to make positive changes in your life and move forward? I know that it can be stressful to adjust your life to new symptoms and to cope with long-term symptoms. Although things are difficult now, it does not have to be this way forever! I believe everyone has strengths they can build upon to develop resilience and grow as individuals. My goal is to help you be your best self to reach your full potential.

I understand it is often scary to be vulnerable and share your thoughts and feelings with another person. Sometimes, people worry that they will be judged or rejected. In my work with you, I’ll have an unconditional positive regard for you; that means I will accept and value you for who you are no matter what you share with me. While I predominantly use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), I integrate Solution-Focused Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Exposure Response Prevention (ERP), Motivational Interviewing, and Mindfulness techniques into my client work. I believe in a collaborative approach, so together, we will set therapy goals and practice new strategies to help you overcome various life challenges.

I am passionate about working with adolescents, young adults, and adults experiencing a wide variety of issues and diagnoses, including anxiety, depression, OCD, ADHD, relationship conflicts, social anxiety, phobias, perfectionism, test anxiety, school/ work avoidance, mild substance abuse, and chronic illnesses*. *While talk therapy cannot cure chronic illnesses such as Long-Covid, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME, autoimmune conditions, gastrointestinal diseases, and diabetes, therapy can provide a supportive and validating atmosphere to learn new ways of coping with the psychological impact of living with long-term medical symptoms.

Background: Lindsay Bowling earned her Master of Arts and Master of Education degrees in Psychological Counseling from Columbia University. She has worked for the past ten years as a mental health and substance abuse counselor in inpatient, partial hospital, intensive outpatient, and private practice settings. She has expertise in leading therapeutic and substance abuse groups and providing individual therapy. Lindsay has also worked in early intervention and counseling as a school counselor in a local private school, counseling teens and consulting with teachers and parents to best support their teens. She is known for building strong relationships with her clients. Lindsay has completed training in clinical supervision, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, administering Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) treatment, Motivational Interviewing, and Mindfulness. She is also skilled in presenting programs teaching social skills, mental health and substance abuse awareness, boundary setting, and teen sexual and drug use behaviors.

If you are not currently involved in ongoing services, please note that sending an email and receiving a response does not constitute a therapeutic relationship.
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