Lindsay Seals, MSW (she/her)
Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Clinical Coordinator
Lindsay landed in Flagstaff in 2018 after living out of her van exploring the western U.S. for a year. Originally from Virginia, Lindsay has a Bachelors in Criminal Justice from Radford University located in rural southwest Virginia on the banks of the New River. While there, she began her career as a Victim Witness Coordinator, which set her on 10+ year career in Social Work working with victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. During that time, Lindsay worked with civilian and military populations as a victim advocate, educator, and manager in the federal government.
After receiving her graduate degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California, Lindsay expanded her work to include psychotherapy. Her eclectic approach includes cognitive behavioral therapy, somatic experiencing, and acceptance commitment therapy for working with individuals who have experienced anxiety, depression, and trauma. She applies a mindfulness based approach to her work with both individuals and couples. She also recently created a partnership with Horses, Heroes, and Hope to offer Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. Lindsay also specializes in working with people facing general feelings of being overwhelmed in their professional and personal lives through her organization Cultivating Community Care, which was created by community mental health professionals to foster connection, community, and sustainability in helping professions.
Lindsay is an avid outdoors person who brings her love of mountain adventours and desert wandering to her practice at Beyond the Pines. She, along with husband and three pups, are often found exploring the public lands from Flagstaff to southern Utah and beyond.