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Lindsay Thompson

Registered Social Worker Psychotherapist

When you have lived in survival mode, experiencing relationship pain, depression, anxiety and unhappiness, you begin to feel like maybe nothing can help. This is where I come in. As an attachment-based trauma therapist, I help clients who have lived through childhood trauma and other adverse life experiences.

I have foundational training in Somatic Experiencing, EMDR, neurobiology and neuroscience of trauma, as well as a solid understanding of DBT. I approach client presenting concerns from a trauma-informed and anti-oppressive lens; drawing from attachment theory and the tenets of client-centred psychotherapy.

I aim to provide a warm and validating environment where you can explore your concerns with safety, curiosity, support, and if appropriate, humour. Therapy is a collaborative process- with you arriving as the content expert of your life, and myself offering some tools and co-regulation as we create new meaning.


Lindsay is a Registered Social Worker and graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University’s Master of Social Work program. She has worked extensively with young adults and post-secondary students in a variety of educational settings, providing support with depression, anxiety, traumatic experiences, identity formation, and meaning-making. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Human Relationships, focusing on effective use of self in therapy sessions.


Client Focus:

Individuals, Young Adults, Teens (15+).

Types of therapy:

CBT, DBT, Narrative, Somatic Experiencing, Psychodynamic, Trauma-Informed.


(Standard) Anxiety, depression, panic attacks, trauma and complex trauma.

(Specialties) Emotional regulation, self-harm, relational challenges, spirituality and meaning-making.

More than just my work:

When I’m not in the office, I enjoy yoga, hiking, travelling, and trying new foods. I’m always on the hunt for the best oat milk latte out there, so please drop your recommendations if you have any!

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