Lindsay Butler, LPC

Hi! I’m Lindsay. I specialize in working with teens and adults struggling with stress management, anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem. In my work with clients, we explore negative thinking and how it impacts mood and behavior, learn healthy coping skills to help regulate and tolerate tough emotions, and build a strong sense of self that is empowered and capable of success. 

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To read more about Lindsay’s work, click here.

Hours: 

  • Mondays & Wednesdays available by appointment

Rates: 

  • $130 for 50 minute sessions

  • Payment may be made in cash, credit, or check

Insurance: 

  • I am out of network with insurance panels; however, many insurance plans now offer out of network benefits. It is the client's responsibility to see if their plan offers out of network reimbursement. I am happy to issue receipts of payment for a client to submit to their health insurance.


Phone: 267-625-2007

Here’s a little about me: 

  • I believe in meeting clients where they are at and utilizing techniques that match their needs while focusing on building a strong rapport. I am positive and supportive in my approach.

  • My areas of specialty include adolescent issues, school problems, stress management, anxiety, depression, esteem issues/poor self-concept, life transitions, career development, college planning and adjustment, relationship problems, and grief/loss.

  • I specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and employ Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and mindfulness-integrated approaches. I also utilize my background as a school counselor, helping teens and families to access resources in a school setting.

  • I believe it is important to give teens and adults a safe space to express themselves, while increasing awareness of their emotions and improving coping skills to help grow into their full potential. I encourage parent and family involvement when appropriate to aide in the treatment process.

  • I received my Master’s degree in School Counseling (certified K-12) from West Chester University in 2008.

  • My experience working with teens and young adults is extensive, working as a high school counselor for 5 years and as an outpatient therapist for the last 5 years in private practice settings.

  • I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor

  • I am passionate about the helping field, specifically in helping teens and adults decrease distressing symptoms while increasing coping strategies in an individual, family, or group setting.

 


Missing Appointments & Cancellation Policy


It is important that you regularly attend your scheduled appointments. When there are missed sessions, it can cause a lapse in our work which may result in delayed progress. I understand that there may be extenuating circumstances and I can certainly make exceptions for them, but please understand that your appointment time is reserved for you and our work together. For these reasons, I request 24 hours notice for cancelled appointments in order to avoid a cancellation fee. The cancellation fee for less than 24 hours notice is the full cost of the session.