Lindsay Lennington, LPC Intern


Lindsay Lennington, MS, LPC Intern

(Clinical Supervisor LPC Interns are required to list their Clinical Supervisor after their name in the same font as their name. We know. This is confusing for the consumer. But we like therapists that know, and follow their licensing rules. LPC Interns should not be confused with school interns who are still in school. We don't employ any school interns. LPC Interns have completed their masters degree and passed their licensing exam. But they can't be fully licensed until they have an additional 3,000 hours of supervised practice and a minimum of 18 months. That's a lot of hours, so most take longer than the minimum.: Lisa Grubbs)

(940) 382-5328 Ext. 33

The best way to reach me is to email me at my Direct Email Address.

Individual and Family Counseling

Client Age: 11 and older

Offices: Lewisville, Denton and Farmers Branch

Education:
Masters of Science in Counseling and Development (MS)
Texas Woman’s University

License:
Licensed Professional Counselor Intern (LPC Intern)

Memberships:
American Counseling Association

Clinical Interests

(in no particular order)
1. Adolescent/Teen Issues
2. Grief, Loss, and Bereavement
3. Improving Parent/Adolescent Relationships
4. Survivors of Domestic Violence and/or Sexual Abuse
5. College Students/Young Adults
6. First Responders; Police Officers, Firefighters and EMTs experiencing trauma and stress
7. Law Enforcement Families experiencing stress and anxiety
8. Coping with and Better Understanding Depression, Anxiety, Trauma
9. Adjusting to Change or Life Transitions; Navigating Life After Retirement, “Empty Nest”, Moving, and other major life transitions
10. Supporting Clients to Discover and Create Meaning in their Life