Lindsay Harrison earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Goucher College and a Master of Arts degree in Mental Health Counseling from Bowie State University in Maryland. She also completed her internship at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Lindsay is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), Tampa Bay Academy of Collaborative Professionals (TBACP), and Next Generation Divorce (NGD), as well as the Eye Movement Desensitization Reparative Therapy International Association (EMDRIA).
Lindsay works with adults, adolescents, families, and couples in the following areas:
Lindsay is a Neutral Mental Health Facilitator, a Qualified Parent Coordinator, and a Supreme Court of Florida Certified Family Mediator. Lindsay is dedicated to helping individuals and families through difficult transitions and giving children a voice in the divorce process. She is currently focusing her practice on Collaborative divorce resolution and Parent Coordination, as well as family reunification. Lindsay believes through supportive conflict resolution techniques, families in high conflict transitions can find happiness, peace, and confidence in the future of their family.
Lindsay is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reparative Therapy) to help people suffering from severe anxiety and PTSD. EMDR can bring quick and lasting relief to people suffering from trauma, anxiety, panic, disturbing memories, post-traumatic stress, and other types of emotional problems. Until recently, these conditions were difficult and time-consuming to treat. EMDR is considered a breakthrough technique that helps individuals achieve lasting relief for most types of emotional distress.
Lindsay earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Goucher College and a Master of Arts (MA) in Mental Health Counseling from Bowie State University.