Lindsey Drummond, MA, LPC, NCC
Lindsey Drummond is a staff psychotherapist at The Aspen Center. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Social Justice from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. Throughout her undergraduate experience, Lindsey interned at a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering grieving children, and she provided support to students as a Peer Coach for the Georgia Tech Counseling Center.
Additionally, Lindsey has a background in trauma research that enriches her clinical expertise. She completed an internship at the Grady Trauma Project, which studies civilian trauma and mechanisms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in a low socioeconomic status minority population. Her research on the effects of childhood trauma on work-family conflict was presented at the 2021 APA Conference and published in the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. Lindsey has done additional research work in Machiavellian personality traits, and the relationship between work, family, and health.
Lindsey received her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with honors from Northwestern University. Throughout her graduate training, Lindsey completed a year-long practicum at The Family Institute and a year-long internship at AMK Counseling. In these placements, Lindsey worked with adolescents and adults navigating the COVID-19 pandemic and a variety of stressors. Lindsey is passionate about continuing her education and is currently a Fellow at the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy.
Lindsey is experienced working with adults, young adults, and adolescents. She finds it meaningful to work with patients across varying concerns including but not limited to anxiety, depression, grief and loss, interpersonal relationships, trauma, family conflict, and perfectionism. Lindsey is happy to be a part of The Aspen Center and feels honored to guide people on their journeys of growth.