Lindsay earned her Master’s Degree from the University of Michigan School of Social Work in 2012 and is fully licensed to practice in the state of Michigan. Lindsay is a graduate from the University of Michigan post graduate Sexual Health Certificate program in dual tracks as a Sexuality Educator and Sex Therapist. She is also a fully certified AASECT Sex therapist.
Lindsay's pronouns are she/her/hers. Since graduation Lindsay has been working clinically at the University of Michigan now known as Michigan Medicine. Previously she provided acute psychological trauma services in the medical emergency department. She currently provides individuals and couples therapy specific to Sexual Health at Michigan Medicine's Center for Sexual Health.
Lindsay also currently works collaboratively with the obstetrical/gynecology medical team as the sexual health counselor at Michigan Medicine Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital in the Vulvar Disease Clinic. She is also the sexual health counselor in the prostate cancer survivorship clinic at Michigan Medicine working with post prostatectomy patient's and their sexual partners.
Lindsay provides ongoing lectures/sexual health education for residents, fellows, interdisciplinary staff, and physicians at Michigan Medicine in the following departments: psychiatry, obstetrics and gynecology, endocrinology, social work, and the medical school. Lindsay is also a member of the Advisory Committee for the Advancement of LGBTQ Health at Michigan Medicine.
Clinically Lindsay approaches therapeutic work from a queer, eclectic, feminist, humanistic, and strength-based perspective integrating different intervention modalities to best support each individual. Lindsay has clinical strengths in working with LGBTQ+ populations, athletes, the intersectionality of medicine and sexual health, inclusive sexual health education/treatment, and sexual dysfunctions. She is a kink and Poly aware provider.
As a retired team USA synchronized figure skater and recent 2019 Adult US Figure Skating National Champion Lindsay continues to utilize her athletic abilities to assist individuals through movement and dance. She was teaching a dance and movement class at the University of Michigan for people diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease prior to the global pandemic.