Lindsey Cooper is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. She received her Master’s degree from Antioch University Los Angeles and holds a B.S. in Sociology with an emphasis in social services. She is also trained in the EAGALA model of equine therapy and has utilized this modality running groups for veterans, individuals with special needs, trauma survivors, families, and individuals addressing addiction (substance and process) and mental health challenges.
Ms. Cooper began formally working in the addiction and mental health field after receiving her undergraduate degree. She worked directly with individuals and their families identifying, developing and working in conjunction with various treatment professionals to create and implement unique treatment solutions. This led her to continue her education. In Lindsey’s clinical work, she continued to encounter a need to provide clients with skills prior to “peeling the onion layers” in order to create containment. It was through this that she found and fell in love with DBT. She continues to train as a DBT therapist and incorporate integrative modalities to best fit the needs of the individual.
Supervised by Pam Jacobson MFT49386