LINDSAY ROSSER

Lindsay attended the University of Nebraska – Lincoln for her undergraduate degree in Psychology. Soon after, she found herself at California State University – Fullerton in their Clinical Psychology program to obtain her Master of Science. Given her medical background, she held an interest in the biological aspects of psychology, which groomed her desire to further understand the body-mind connection. After graduate school, Lindsay spent three years in training at the Integrative Body Psychotherapy (IBP) Institute to develop her skills as a somatic therapist.

As a body-oriented therapist, she believes the mind, body, spirit, and emotions are all related and connected to each other. As a result, the stress of past emotional and traumatic events impact the central nervous system and cause changes in the brain and body. Through developing awareness of the mind-body connection and using specific interventions, she can help you release the muscular holding patterns, physical and emotional pain that remain in your body from these past negative experiences. Her goal is to help free you from what is preventing you from fully engaging in your life.

Lindsay has also worked extensively with children and their families. She is is trained in reflective/mindfulness based parenting strategies, child development, family therapy, and other evidenced based practices. She has worked with children and teens who struggle with behavioral issues, ADHD, anxiety and depression.

Today, she is a certified EMDR, Somatic and Child/Family Therapist. Her primary specialties include working with those who have experienced or witnessed traumatic events (i.e. serious life threatening illness, physical assault, sexual assault, military combat, accidents, natural disasters) in addition to those who suffered from developmental or complex trauma (i.e. adult children of alcoholics/personality disorders, those who experienced sexual/emotional/physical abuse as a child, etc). Lindsay also specializes in treating depression and anxiety with mindfulness, somatic and cognitive based approaches.

If you’d like to hear more about me or my practice please check out this article where I was interviewed by VoyageLA magazine.

Specialties/Issues

ADHD

Anxiety

Behavioral Issues

Bipolar Disorder

Borderline Personality

Codependency

Coping Skills

Depression

Family Conflict

Grief & Loss

Life Coaching

Life Transitions

Oppositional Defiance

Parenting

Peer Relationships

Relationship Issues

School Issues

Self-Esteem

Sexual Abuse

Sleep Issues

Spirituality

Stress

Trauma & PTSD

Weight Loss

Women’s Issues

Treatment Approach: Types of Therapies Used

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Attachment-Based

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

Dialectical (DBT)

Eclectic

EMDR

Existential

Family Systems

Gestalt

Integrative

Mindfulness-Based

Motivational Interviewing

Person-Centered

Play Therapy

Psychoanalytic

Psychodynamic

Solution Focused

Somatic

Transpersonal

Trauma-Focused

Certifications

Integrative Body Psychotherapy (IBP)

Reflective Parenting Program (RPP)

Strengthening Families (STR)

Managing & Adapting Practices (MAP)

Child & Family Team Meetings (Solution-Focused Family Therapy)


Trainings

Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR)

Introduction to EMDR (Video)

Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Level I

PEARLS: Community-Based Depression Treatment

Seeking Safety: Trauma & Substance Abuse

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

Motivational Interviewing

New Frontiers in Trauma Treatment with Bessel Van Der Kolk, author of “The Body Keeps the Score”

Benjamin Rush Center (BRC): Crisis Intervention

Suicide Intervention Skills Training, ASIST

Assessing & Diagnosing 0-5 year old children

Reflective Supervision

 

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