Lindsey McKenry, MS, graduated from West Virginia University with a dual masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling. She received her undergraduate degree from the The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown where she majored in psychology. Lindsey has worked in a variety of settings and populations, such as counseling in outpatient, drug and alcohol, and conducting neuropsychological assessments with children. She is passionate about both the mental health field and assisting people with disabilities, working with a variety of mental health illnesses and issues such as depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol disorder, trauma, grief, bipolar disorder, and more. She aims to help end the stigma against mental health illness and mental health treatment by continuing to learn and grow in the mental health field. In her free time, she loves hiking, traveling, painting, and all things nautical.