Has a Master's in Art Education (majoring in Art Therapy) from Southeastern Massachusetts University and a Master's in Clinical Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. She utilizes attachment theory, trauma theory, structural family therapy, systems theory, family play therapy, and the expressive therapies to assist in creating developmentally appropriate service plans to meet specific needs of adults, adolescents, children and families.
In addition to owning her own art gallery and studio, Lindy has had over forty years of experience in direct care clinical services. She has worked as a program director for a therapeutic art program in a residential facility for adolescents, a children's program director for an agency that served women and children who are victims of domestic Violence and sexual assault and a clinical director for intensive in-home services. She also has extensive experience working with children and families in the foster care system providing pre and post-adoption support services.
Master of Social Work : 2002
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond
Field of Concentration: Clinical social work with individuals groups and families
Bachelor of Fine Arts :
1979 Swain School of Design, New Bedford, MA
Specialized Field: Humanities and Printmaking
High School Diploma : 1975 Apponequet Regional High School, Lakeville, MA Graduated, 1975 Majors: Art, Music
Master of Art Education :
1990 Southeastern Massachusetts University,
Specialized Field: Art Therapy and Special Needs
Certificate of Achievement : Expressive Art, and Monotype, Mass Art, Boston, MA