Lindsey Maurer joined Allied Behavioral Health upon earning her Master of Arts in Community Counseling from John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio in May 2012. During her tenure at John Carroll, Lindsey served as a counseling intern in the Baldwin Wallace Counseling Center. It was here where Lindsey learned the significance of making effective transitions in life, as she helped young adults and international students adjust to campus life. She graduated with high honors and was a member of Beta Chi.
Lindsey first developed an interest for psychotherapy and counseling as an undergraduate psychology student at Lorain County Community College and then Bowling Green State University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from BGSU in May 2006. After working a few years post graduation, she decided to return to school to pursue that passion in counseling.
Lindsey’s approach to working with clients is integrative, depending on the needs and situation of the client. Her primary areas of interests within the field are person centered, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and spirituality. Her specialties include anxiety disorders, mood disorders, grief counseling, and adjustment issues.