About Our Practice
Lindeman & Associates Psychological Services focuses on the development of individuals with an emphasis on change and growth. Psychological assessment, clinical interviewing, and a thorough review of collateral information are utilized to provide a comprehensive summary, accurate diagnosis, and relevant recommendations to address the many diverse concerns experienced by different individuals.
Trained, licensed clinical psychologists who assess issues associated with an individual’s cognitive, emotional, social, and behavioral functioning perform our psychological evaluations and psychotherapy services.
Our psychologists possess the educational background, extensive training, and the professional experience needed to address the many reasons for evaluation/assessment referrals. When needed, we work with professionals in the fields of education, law, and healthcare in a cooperative relationship to provide consultation to facilitate and support the well being of our clients.
During psychotherapy, we help individuals learn about their condition and their moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. We work to help individuals learn how to take control of their life and respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills.
Treatment recommendations made at Lindeman & Associates Psychological Services are based upon a combination of behavioral and cognitive principles directed toward solving current problems and modifying dysfunctional thinking and behavior. This cognitive behavioral approach is problem focused and action oriented. It is effective for children, adolescents, adults, and mature adults and is used with individuals, couples, families, and groups within a wide variety of settings, such as schools, correctional facilities, outpatient, inpatient, and partial hospitalization units.
- American Psychological Association
- National Institute of Mental Health
- National Institute of Mental Health – General Information
- National Institute of Mental Health – Anxiety
- National Institute of Mental Health – Depression
- Suicide: Read this first
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- Psychology Today