Lindsay Pearce Counceling

April 29, 2019

Meet Our Friend
Lindsay Pearce, LPC-S

This is our friend Lindsay and she is a badass. We want to tell you a little bit about who she is.

Lindsay is an amazing mom of 2 and a Licensed Professional Counselor. Her practice is dedicated to helping new mothers that are struggling with postpartum adjustment issues and couples who have made the courageous decision to transition into parenthood.

Sonya met Lindsay through mutual friends who knew they both had an affinity for helping moms cope with the perils of motherhood. After one cup of coffee, she empowered Sonya to do more and gave her the courage and tools to learn more about PMAD’s. They agreed on one thing, new moms need more support and they are going to change that.

 

Lindsay's Bio

Lindsay Pearce is a Licensed Professional Counselor and the mother of two beautiful children. Her practice is dedicated to helping new mothers that are struggling with postpartum adjustment issues and couples who have made the courageous decision to transition into parenthood.

Lindsay describes her own experience of becoming a mother as both the best decision she ever made AND the most challenging time of her life. She wished she had been more prepared for all the major transitions in her body, relationships, and day to day life. For this reason, she has defined her purpose as being there to support and guide parents as they navigate this big, beautiful life change.

Before becoming fully licensed as a Professional Counselor, Lindsay completed a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Spanish from Loyola University in New Orleans and a Master’s in Counselor Education (M.Ed) from the University of Texas at Austin. She has been working in the field of mental health and counseling in the Houston area for over 10 years.

Prior to starting private practice, Lindsay worked for The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD (formerly MHMRA of Harris County) where she was given the opportunity to work with individuals in under-served populations dealing with depression, anxiety, and other forms of serious mental illness. Some of Lindsay’s other professional experiences include several years volunteering at Bo’s Place where she facilitated groups for bereaved spouses and partners; assessment, individual and group counseling at The Council on Recovery; and career exploration and coaching at the Career Counseling Center at Texas State University.

Lindsay’s passion for guiding and supporting new parents through their transition into parenthood is born from her own experiences of becoming a mother. There is no other life transition that quite compares to that of becoming a parent. While there are many beautiful stories to be shared around this transition, there are also stories of pain, loneliness, shame, guilt, fear, and inadequacy. Lindsay is driven by the desire to not let anyone keep these stories to themselves because it is only when the stories are shared that they lose their power over us.




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