Dr. Lindsey Mitchell, PhD, LPC, CRC

Lindsey earned her Ph.D. from George Washington University in Psychology. She has been a licensed clinical mental health therapist, certified rehabilitation counselor, and mental conditioning coach for over a decade. She specialized in trauma and suicide prevention within the military and has also worked in a variety of settings, including university-counseling centers, inpatient and outpatient psychiatric hospitals, and college and high schools. Her interests include grief, loss and bereavement issues, adolescence, transitional issues, athletes, supervision, and veteran issues. Lindsey utilizes an integrative approach, however, primarily subscribes to cognitive behavior stress therapy. Dr. Mitchell is a former NCAA athlete and is interested in helping individuals develop competitive insight through mind and body.

Education

B.A. in Psychology and Communication from Bellarmine University, Louisville, KY
M.A. in Rehabilitation Counseling from The University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
PhD. in Counseling from The George Washington University, Washington D.C. Dissertation titled, “Bereavement Experience of female Military Spousal Suicide Survivors Utilizing Lazarus’ Cognitive Stress Theory”

License, Certifications, Awards

2015 Professional Counselor’s (TPC) Dissertation Excellence Award
2010 Thomas J. Sweeney Leadership Award
2009 Outstanding Doctoral Level Student Award
Certified Consultant through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (In Progress)
2015 Licensed Professional Counselor, TX License #73645
2009 National Certified Counselor
2007 Certified Rehabilitation Counselor

Publications

Mitchell, L.M., (in progress). Male bereavement experience following a spousal suicide.
Mitchell, L.M., (2015). Bereavement experience of female military spousal suicide survivors: utilizing Lazarus’ cognitive stress theory. The Professional Counselor 5(4), 442-457. doi: 10.15241/lm.5.4.442
Mitchell, L.M., (2012). Fields of combat: understanding PTSD among veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan. Journal of World Medical & Health Policy 4(3), 97-99.
Mitchell, L. M., Tansey, T. N., LeBlanc, S., (2011). Veterans with traumatic brain injury: assessment, pain management, and vocational implications. Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association 38, 27-34.

Professional Activities and Memberships

American Counseling Association
Association for Applied Sport Psychology
Rehabilitation Counseling Association
American Educational Research Association
Chi Sigma Iota, Rho Theta Chapter

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