Lindsay has almost 15 years of experience helping adolescents and adults with a diversity of challenges, ranging from life transitions to major psychiatric disorders. Lindsay received her Masters in Social Work (MSW) from Simmons College in 2003. While at Simmons, Lindsay trained in the counseling department of St. Marks School in Southborough, Massachusetts. Lindsay also spent a year at Smith College School for Social Work, where she completed an internship at South Shore Mental Health working with adolescents and families. Her undergraduate years were spent at Williams College, where she graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Psychology and English.
Lindsay has provided consultation to both private and public schools, and has served as an on-call clinician for the Emergency Counseling Service at Babson College. Prior to her clinical work, Lindsay conducted research on the efficacy of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for hypochondriasis and health anxiety at Brigham and Women's Hospital. She has contributed to articles published in The Journal of the American Medical Association and the Archives of General Psychiatry.
Lindsay currently works with adults of all ages and adolescents ages 12 and up. She specializes in the treatment of depressive disorders, anxiety disorders (including OCD), eating disorders, and self-injury. Her private office is conveniently located just off Route 9 in Westborough, Massachusetts.