• Lindsay Noreen, LPCC

    *Sees individuals aged 15+, families and couples

    My introduction to counseling came as a result of trauma as I watched our second child, born premature and helpless, lying in an isolette fighting for her life. It was in that time, watching my daughter’s health improve rapidly over two weeks, that I watched other families experience grief that no parent should bear. I knew then that I wanted to help people through the challenges of this life. Not just parents, and not just as a result of grief, but people from all walks who are going through their own unique circumstances.

    I believe that seeking help is not a sign of weakness, but of strength. I am here to help those who are ready to work on themselves, who desire to make an investment into their own well being. Collaboratively, we can work to move past those hardships that keep you stuck, allowing you to move forward to find healing and wholeness.

    I work with men, women, couples, families and adolescents. My areas of experience and strength cover a wide range of mental health areas; including anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, relationships, life transitions, and drug & alcohol abuse.

    My husband and I have been married for 16 years. Having 4 kids and 2 golden retrievers, our house is never boring or quiet. I enjoy singing with my dad and brother when I get the chance, writing blog posts and reading nonfiction. My husband and I love to travel and have been blessed to visit many different countries throughout the world.

    I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and received my Master’s Degree at Liberty University and my Undergraduate at the University of Northwestern- St. Paul. If asked for, I will gladly incorporate faith into our discussions.