I am a licensed MFT therapist and yoga teacher living, practicing and teaching in Los Angeles. Individuals and couples seek my support for a range of issues and life moments including depression, anxiety, substance abuse, body image, and more. I work with physical, emotional, and developmental trauma, supplementing relational psychotherapy with body awareness and mindfulness techniques such as TRM somatic awareness and EMDR as needed. In addition to working with adults, I also see pre-teens and teens, helping them navigate life’s challenges and discover their own unique sense of self.

I am passionate about holding space for people to experience greater clarity, healing and growth. As an alignment-based and therapeutic yoga instructor, I love incorporating somatic embodied awareness into the process of therapy.  Drawing from a deep well of practices — from traditional talk therapy to dream exploration and body-mind interventions — each session is thoughtfully tailored to uniquely honor and support each client.

With a background as a creative professional and songwriter, I also specialize in working with artists of all disciplines who are looking to approach therapy from a creative perspective in addition to exploring the intersection of art and sustainability. I believe all clients have creative and healing potential. I have been told that my sessions are grounded and deep and that I am compassionate in my approach.

I am currently seeing clients on the east side of Los Angeles in Atwater Village—adjacent to Los Feliz, Silver Lake, Echo Park, Highland Park, Eagle Rock and Pasadena. For more information about my yoga classes please visit www.lindsaysullivanyoga.com.

Lindsay Sullivan’s Education & Accreditations
Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT 105363)
Associate Professional Clinical Counseling (APCC 3385)
M.A. Counseling & Psychology, Pacifica Graduate Institute
Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) since 2009, Lindsaysullivanyoga.com
Completed training in Laural Parnell’s Attachment Focused EMDR &
Somatic training I & II with the TRAUMA RESILIENCY MODEL (TRM)