Lindsay Reynolds, PMHC, MSW, LCSW
Lindsay works from a person-centered and strengths-based approach. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), and Mindfulness Therapy to help people manage stress in their daily lives. Lindsay believes a person’s mental, physical, and emotional health and environment are connected. She is passionate about helping individuals through the perinatal and postpartum period.
Clients she works with
Lindsay’s areas of interest include life transitions, the perinatal/postpartum time period, women’s issues, depression, anxiety, bipolar, aging, stress, relationships, and grief. She is certified in perinatal and postpartum mental health conditions (PMHC).
Areas she works in
Perinatal mental health, anxiety, depression, role transitions.
- Cognitive-Behavioral (CBT)
- Motivational Interviewing
- Social Rhythm (IPSRT)
- Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)
- Solution focused
Lindsay completed her graduate degree in Social Work at N.C. A&T State University and UNC Greensboro. Lindsay is certified in Perinatal Mental Health. Outside of work, Lindsay enjoys reading, hiking, bird watching, photography, and spending time with her family.
What inspired you to go into therapy?
I’ve always enjoyed listening to others and helping them process. Whether it’s a difficult life transition or a diagnosable disorder, it is important that we reduce the stigma around talk therapy and receiving mental health care. Humans were made for connection and community.
How do you manage stress in your own life?
I manage my own stress through deep breathing, allowing time for self care, and relying on my support system.
What would you like clients to know before their first meeting?
Therapy can be scary, meeting someone for the first time and sharing so much can be intimidating. Just because something feels uncomfortable initially doesn’t mean it can’t be helpful.
Currently, afternoon and evening hours, M-Th. Limited availability, Subject to change.
Currently offering teletherapy only
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