Lindsey Sullivan enjoys working with adolescents and adults, treating those with ADHD, anxiety, depression, family issues/conflict, life transitions, and other everyday life stressors. When not practicing in the field, she enjoys spending time with her two children, going on family camping trips, sitting by the fire, the Autumn season, taking road trips or watching a good movie. She graduated from Southern Connecticut State University with her Bachelors in Psychology (2010) and Masters in Social Work (2014), and now has her License in Clinical Social Work (LCSW). Lindsey has been working in the Mental Health field since graduating in 2010. She has worked as a Mentor to children, Mental Health counselor, Clinician in an Intensive in-home program (IICAPS) and in other various outpatient therapeutic settings. Lindsey is accepting telehealth-only clients.