Dr. Lindsay Anmuth
Lindsay Anmuth, Psy.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist
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Dr. Lindsay Anmuth earned a Doctorate in Combined-Integrated Clinical and School Psychology from the APA-accredited program at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA. Additionally, she obtained a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and International Studies from Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.
She has over 8 years of clinical experience and has worked with clients across a wide range of settings. Specifically, she has worked within the Veterans Health Administration (VA), in both outpatient and residential PTSD treatment settings, a state psychiatric hospital, community mental health facilities, university counseling centers, and a Virginia public school system.
Dr. Anmuth teaches her clients skills to gain insight, enhance self-reflection and self-awareness. She helps individuals identify and gain control of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and provides them with adaptive strategies to empower positive life changes. Dr. Anmuth collaborates with her clients and utilizes a warm, genuine, caring and authentic therapeutic style. She is an integrative psychotherapist who utilizes techniques from cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, acceptance and commitment, and emotion-focused therapies. She has completed the Gottman Method of Couples Therapy Level 1 training.
Dr. Anmuth’s treatment specialties include: understanding and overcoming anxiety and depression, developing insight into one’s own behavioral patterns, processing trauma and symptoms of PTSD, developing skills in assertiveness, improving interpersonal and romantic relationships, and overcoming personality related issues. She also has a particular interest in helping her LGBTQ clients navigate the unique experiences they may face as sexual minorities.
Dr. Anmuth is a mentor for LGBT graduate students in psychology as part of the APAGS Committee on Sexual Orientation. She also maintains a position as a writer and editor for APA Division 12: Clinical Psychology, Section 10: Graduate Students and Early Career Psychologists.
Psychotherapy is a collaborative process which aims to foster positive change, and in turn leads to an improved quality of life. Beginning psychotherapy is often the first step toward becoming the healthiest version of yourself, regardless of the challenges you are facing. MPS provides Psychotherapy for Couples, Adults and Teens.
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