UB Welcomes New Therapist Specializing in LGBTQ, Children and Adolescents to our Highland Park Office

Lindsay Wolff

Lindsay Wolff is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who works with individuals, families, children/adolescents, and groups. Lindsay has experience in treating mood disorders, anxiety, depression, relational concerns, LGBTQ needs, life transitions, and grief/loss. She graduated from University of Illinois-Chicago specializing in Children, Families and Mental Health. Prior to joining UB Lindsay gained experience at agencies, and hospitals including inpatient and outpatient settings.

Lindsay approaches therapy with the belief and understanding that each person is unique and comes with their own strengths, skills, and struggles that can help them live more closely to their ideal sense of self. Utilizing a client centered, non judgemental approach, she focuses on assisting clients in gaining a deeper understanding of themselves and their concerns so that they are more empowered to effectively cope and make positive changes. She combines psychodynamic theory, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to help the client increase their insight and affect the changes they desire.

When asked what initially drew Lindsay to UB she replied, “I was excited about the philosophy of urban balance to promote a healthy balance in our lives.  When we have an overwhelming amount of stress, demands, roles in our lives it is easy to lose ourselves and not live as closely to our ideal sense of self as we would like.  I am excited to help individuals to create an awareness of what their ideals are so that they can strive for them and find balance.” UB is pleased to have Lindsay on staff to contribute the wellbeing of clients and the community.

 

We are now accepting new clients for telehealth or in-person therapy sessions! Please give us a call (888) 726-7170 or email intake@urbanbalance.com to schedule an appointment today!

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