My undergraduate work was done up the road in Georgetown, Texas. While at Southwestern University, I combined my interest in humanity and the means by which we communicate and received my Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies and Sociology in 2009. In 2013, I graduated from St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas with a Master of Arts in Counseling.
I grew up in the hill country of Texas and to this day find great restoration in nature. Daily, I aim to find balance of mind, body, and spirit. I am a home cook, novice yogi, dog treat dispenser, and an avid fan of the arts and live music.
I work from a collaborative, relational framework while incorporating, but not limited to: Internal Family Systems work, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Techniques, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, mindfulness work, being attuned to the body, and a systemic lens.
My work is rooted in empirically supported methods and theory and is framed by creative, heart-led techniques. I am incredibly drawn to the incorporation of alternative methods such as art, guided imagery exercises, yoga, and mindfulness practices as I see our health as an integration of our emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical parts.
Previously, I have worked with My Healing Place as a grief support group volunteer and transitional living support group leader. I worked at O. Henry Middle school as an intern counselor where I provided group, individual, and family counseling; co-facilitated Expect Respect girls group; and helped facilitate Power of Me therapeutic art camps. I also spent time as a graduate level co-therapist with a local private practice.
Lindsay G Camp, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist - License Number: 202309
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