Lindsey Leiman, MA
Doctorate Student Clinician
Lindsey is a clinical psychology doctoral student working under the supervision of Dr. Elyse Conterno. She approaches therapy with sensitivity, flexibility, and humor. She works collaboratively with clients to co-create a space in which they can experience themselves more wholly, authentically, and compassionately. She believes strongly in Exposure and Response Prevention as a powerful tool to address the ways in which we understand and relate to anxiety. She is committed to standing with clients in the face of fear and empowering them to uncover their own courage and strength.
Lindsey earned her Master’s degree in clinical psychology from Pacific University in 2015, and she is currently working toward her Psy.D. She has training in humanistic and cognitive behavioral treatment modalities and experience working with diverse individuals, couples, families, and groups in community mental health and college counseling settings.
When she’s not in the office or doing school work, Lindsey enjoys hiking, watching documentaries, baking, and crafting.
"There is in every organism, at whatever level, an underlying flow of movement toward constructive fulfilment of its inherent possibilities"