Lindsey Driggs, BA
Marriage & Family Therapist Trainee
Lindsey believes it is an honor to be invited into the painful and vulnerable parts of who someone is. She believes in the unconditional therapeutic relationship that creates a safe place for each individual to be exactly who they are with no shame, guilt, or embarrassment. Lindsey desires for each person to feel fully seen, heard, and known and commits to help her clients believe in their own self-worth. Lindsey desires to walk alongside each individual into a place of healing, wholeness, and hope.
Lindsey specializes in working with current and former foster youth, and with at-risk youth. Lindsey has 5 years of training in working with individuals who have experienced extreme trauma and abuse. She is a Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) community trainer and an Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) qualified educator. Life delivers ACES to all individuals in varying degrees, which Lindsey is dedicated to identifying and restoring with her clients. She is passionate about empowering vulnerable individuals who feel hopeless to advocate for themselves, creating significant relationships, and having hope for their future.
• Foster and Adoption issues
• Young adults
• Relationship struggles
• Identity issues
• Spiritual issues
• Life transitions
• Individual Adults
• Foster Children
• Foster Parents
• BA in Sociology from Biola University
• MS in Clinical Psychology from Vanguard University (in progress)