Ana Linday, MA

Ana Lindsay, MA (she/her)

Ana is dedicated to creating a collaborative and empowering space for clients of all ages. She aims to help people find their inherent strength and resilience to foster their capacity to heal and grow. Ana has cultivated an integrated approach that blends elements from attachment theory, relational cultural theory, client-centered therapy, and ecopsychology. Grounded in principles of social justice and cultural competence, she strives to create a trusting therapeutic relationship and support clients from all backgrounds in building a more meaningful life on their terms.

Ana holds a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a focus on child and family work, and a certificate in Ecopsychology, from Lewis and Clark Graduate School. She is a Registered Counseling Associate working toward becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Oregon.

Ana works with children (12 years and younger) and adults. When working with children, she believes it is essential to involve caregivers, and sessions may include meetings with caregivers and children, caregivers only and/or children alone. Ana has counseling experience working with clients to address challenges with anxiety, trauma, ADHD, behavior, grief and loss, life transitions, relationships, identity exploration, and attachment issues.

In her free time, Ana enjoys connecting with community, spending time with her partner and their cat, reading good books, tending to her houseplants, and exploring the outdoors through hiking, birding, backpacking, and rock climbing.