A. Todd Lindsey, LCMHC
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor
I believe counseling cannot be successful without honesty, openness to change, dedication, hard work, and strength. People come to counseling for many reasons, but most people seek counseling because they want a “change” in their life. Please keep in mind that this “change” may, at times, be challenging, difficult, and possibly painful. However, the goal should always be to bring about some positive change within you. Therapy should provide a safe place to explore behaviors, thoughts, and feelings about yourself and others in your life and allow you the opportunity to practice new ways of thinking and/or interacting in a safe environment before utilizing these skills in the “real world.”
Counseling for Children 8+, Teens, Adults & Couples
Location: Currently Online Only
Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling Psychology, LaSalle University
Bachelor of Science in Psychology – Philadelphia University
In my fifteen plus years of counseling my areas of experience have included working with children, adolescents , adults , and families including group work. I utilize several orientations including Person-Centered and Cognitive-Behavioral orientations. I view counseling as a process by which the counselor facilitates in exploration, clarification and identification of needs and helps you to make changes in cognitions (thoughts) and behaviors that may aid in the attainment of life satisfaction and self-acceptance. I employ my diverse training and integrate an array of therapeutic interventions that will hopefully yield the best results for you and the issues presented.