Lindsey Ensminger, M.Ed, NCC, LPC
Lindsey manages Laurel Life’s behavioral health programs, building consistency in operations across the seven counties served. She helped the organization navigate the service delivery and procedural shifts required during the COVID-19 pandemic, including those impacting the Outpatient Clinic, Family Based Mental Health Services, and Intensive Behavioral Health Services. Lindsey has been a part of the Core Trauma Informed Care (TIC) team and has a passion for developing staff and enriching service delivery to meet the needs of our community.
Lindsey has worked extensively in the counseling field for 10+ years providing services in the home, school, and community before transitioning into leadership roles within behavioral health. Since then, she has facilitated the transition of mobile wraparound services to licensed Intensive Behavioral Health Services and was a catalyst for developing Laurel Life’s Applied Behavioral Analysis Program.
Lindsey joined the company in 2004 as a TSS and then transitioned into various roles
including: BSC, MT, School Counselor, Outpatient Therapist, Supervisor, and Director. Lindsey has special interest in the areas of clinical supervision, behavior consultation, family systems, play therapy, and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT).
She obtained her bachelor's degree in Psychology from Shippensburg University in 2004 and her master's degree from Shippensburg University in Elementary School Counseling in 2007. Lindsey completed a post-masters certificate program in Couples and Family therapy in 2009.