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Lindsey Brooks Ph.D.

Psychologist

Dr. Lindsey Therapy

Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist CA PSY24418

The unique thing I offer is a deep understanding of what it’s like to live “in between”. To live in the middle space of the sexuality spectrum. Whether you identify as bisexual, pansexual, queer, or fluid; I’m here for you. Living in that middle place is something I have specialized training and experience working with. I am passionate about supporting the bi+ community and helping the invisible become visible. One of my favorite things I have done in my career is run bi+ support groups.

We will work together to help you feel more at ease, empowered, and maybe even allow yourself to be imperfect once in a while. When you begin to accept all the parts of yourself with compassion, things begin to change. You find your voice. I look forward to discovering your voice together.

If you are seeking a therapist who is: social justice minded, an anti-racist ally, sex positive, feminist, and bisexual+ affirming, let’s talk. Schedule a FREE 20 minute phone consultation with me on my website: www.drlindseytherapy.com

The populations I serve - ages and concerns:

Adults, Individuals, Couples, Anxiety, Relationship Concerns, Oppression & Discrimination Related Stress, Work Stress, Family Issues.

Fees - Out of Network.

List of publications authored:

  • Brooks, L.M. & Inman, A.G. (2013). Bisexual Counseling Competence: Investigating the role of attitudes and empathy, Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 7, 65-86.

  • Brooks, L.M., Inman, A.G., Klinger, R.S., Malouf, M.A., & Kaduvettoor, A. (2010). In her own words: Ethnic-minority bisexual women’s self-reported counseling needs. Journal of Bisexuality, 10, 253-267.

  • Brooks, L.M., Inman, A.G., Malouf, M.A., Klinger, R.S., & Kaduvettoor, A. (2008). Ethnic- minority bisexual women: Understanding the invisible population. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 2, 260-284.

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