Our primary mission is to empower our clients to take control of challenging/ difficult areas in their lives through the use of skill-based, present-focused, goal-oriented, and scientifically-proven treatments.

Lindsey Salerno

Therapist

Lindsey Salerno, M.Ed., M.S. is currently a third year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology (PsyD) program at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, from which she received her M.S. in Clinical Psychology. Previously, she received her B.A. in Psychology from Boston University and her M.Ed. in School Counseling from Suffolk University in Boston.

Prior to her outpatient therapeutic work, Lindsey has provided support services in a variety of clinical and educational settings. She is trained in Solution-Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Exposure and Response Prevention (Ex/RP) treatment for individuals diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Outside of her work at CHH, Lindsey is a research intern with UPenn’s Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety (CTSA). She is also currently completing her doctoral externship at UPenn’s Center for Cognitive Therapy (CHH) and Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI) Survivor Services where she provides treatment for children who have survived sexual trauma. Lindsey is also a 200-hour certified yoga instructor and applies mindfulness and acceptance techniques into her therapeutic work.

Lindsey’s clinical interest involves working with individuals across the lifespan who have experienced trauma and who struggle with anxiety, mood, and trauma-related concerns. Furthermore, her research interests include preventative factors and outcomes in trauma-exposed individuals, particularly looking at how trauma and resilience impact the onset and maintenance of mood, anxiety, and anxiety-related disorders.

How To Schedule An Appointment

We offer a FREE 30-minute consultation service. To schedule this service or make an appointment for a comprehensive mental-health assessment, please call CHH at 866-739-3083.

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