Lindsey Lozama – B.A.
Lindsey (she/her) has a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts from the University of Iowa. She is currently enrolled at The Family Institute at Northwestern University in the Master of Arts in Counseling program and is expected to graduate in 2024.
Family units, new parents, children, and families with small children are a main interest to Lindsey. She advocates for therapeutic interventions for parents struggling with relationships; both to children and/or partners, as well as changes and transitions that occur during parenthood. These areas can be seen generally in anxiety, trauma, and depression, or as specific disorders related to parenthood, such as Postpartum Depression (PPD), Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs), and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
While currently learning about many therapeutic areas, Lindsey has focused a great amount of time and immersion on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Specifically, Lindsey works to respond to negative thoughts and patterns with more reality-supported and balanced ideas as well as understanding and process the origin. As every client is different and comes to counseling at different points in the therapeutic journey, Lindsey maintains that the client-counselor relationship is of the utmost importance and believes in giving compassion and positive regard to all.
This clinician is supervised by a licensed mental health professional*
- B.A. - University of Iowa