Meet Lyndsey Bone
Mental Health Counseling Intern
Lyndsey Bone is a Mental Health Counseling Intern. She uses a Client-Centered, Experiential, and Attachment Therapy, focusing on connection, identity, and healing. She is currently accepting child, tween, teen and adult clients. She has added experience in working with missionary families, third culture kids (TCKs), and families in ministry.
More about Lyndsey
Hello! My name is Lyndsey Bone, and I’m working towards a Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Colorado Christian University. I received by Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Alabama. I have spent the last several years working in a ministry setting, helping people from various backgrounds grow and develop personally, spiritually, and relationally. For the last three years, I have served as a Member Care specialist for a nonprofit organization, supporting staff who are working and raising families abroad.
I believe there is hope and healing available for everyone, and I count it an honor to walk with others on their unique journeys. I create a space where my clients feel safe, accepted, and welcome as we walk together. I desire to help clients heal, grow, and make steps into a life of wholeness. I use a variety of approaches with my clients including Client-Centered Therapy, Attachment-Based Therapy, and Experiential Therapy. I work with clients of all ages. When working with children, I use play therapy techniques and focus on strengthening the parent child relationship.