UB Therapist Spotlight: Lindsay Wolff, LCSW
Lindsay Wolff is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who works with individuals, families, children/adolescents, and couples. Lindsay has experience in treating mood disorders, anxiety, depression, relational concerns, LGBTQ needs, life transitions, and grief/loss. As a graduate from University of Illinois-Chicago specializing in Children and Families and Mental Health her work experience includes inpatient and outpatient hospital settings. Read her full bio here.
What self care techniques or activities do you do?
Exercise, yoga, playing with my dog, read a good book, drink tea, be with my family and friends.
What made you become a therapist?
I’ve always been very interested in people and have always wanted to be involved in a profession that connects people together on a deep relational level. I value relationships and feel honored when a client chooses me to share their personal journey with.
What are your specialties?
Adolescents, families, DBT, CBT, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, LGBT issues
Did you have a career before becoming a therapist?
Why do you believe that counseling can help?
I believe that having an outlet and a trusting professional as a sounding board is a great emotional support as well as a platform for people to gain a deeper understanding of themselves to create positive changes in their lives.
Why is it important to seek counseling?
It’s important to seek counseling and reach out for support in a time of need. No one should have to go through tough times alone. Having someone to support you and help you through is a great self care technique and can give the person an opportunity to process and understand emotions and feelings.