Education & Certification
Chestnut Hill College (2008)
National Register Member Since
Lindsay A. Phillips, PsyD
Therapy is a collaborative process in which individuals set and achieve goals within a supportive relationship. I see people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and therapeutic goals. Individuals I see often wish to improve how they feel, increase their coping skills, work through transitions and/or difficult experiences, improve work/life balance, and feel better about themselves. Couples I see often wish to decrease conflict, overcome challenges, and improve communication. My approach is relationship-focused, culturally informed, and individualized. I am active in my profession and engage in ongoing training to stay abreast of the best ways to assist people in achieving their goals.
In addition to the general areas listed above, I also have extensive training and experience helping individuals and couples who wish to improve parenting skills, resolve family-of-origin issues, work through loss, maintain recovery from addiction, overcome criminal justice issues, and assist a loved one with addiction or mental illness.
I have been providing therapy since obtaining my master’s degree in 2000. I completed my doctoral degree in 2008, became a licensed psychologist in 2009, and earned Board Certification in Clinical Psychology in 2012. Please contact me to learn more about how we can work toward your goals.
Areas of Expertise
- Individual Psychotherapy
- Couples Therapy (e.g., relationship communication difficulty, premarital consultation, divorce mediation)
- Adults (18-64 yrs.)
- Older adults (65 yrs. or older)
- American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) - Clinical Psychology
Does Not Accept Insurance