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Lindsay Carter is a Licensed Professional Counselor that specializes family therapy, taking a systemic approach to her work. Lindsay graduated from Geneva College with a Masters of Art degree in Counseling where she was a member of Chi Sigma Honor Society. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work from Bethany College and was a Kalon recipient. Lindsay is a member of the American Counseling Association, and is a National Certified Counselor. Her experience has been working in clinical mental health with a focus on families, children, adolescents, teens and the Autism population. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings including group homes, in-home family based therapy, and outpatient services. She specializes in working with clients who have symptoms related to anxiety, depression, attention-deficit, trauma, behavioral issues, low self-esteem thoughts, and Autism spectrum disorders. Her belief is to work with clients in a collaborative approach to ensure clients feel heard, understood and are able to address their issues at a pace that is most comfortable for them. She strives to make certain that clients view therapy as a place that is safe, provides support and also promotes change in a way that is nurturing, yet challenging. Lindsay integrates play, music, and art therapy into her work with school age and adolescent children, and prefers to involve families as much as possible. “Mental strength is not the ability to stay out of the darkness; it is the ability to sit present in the darkness knowing that the light will shine again”


  • Anxiety / Depression
  • Trauma / PTSD
  • Family
  • Coparenting
  • Premarital
  • Autism
  • Play Therapy
  • Faith-Based