Lindsey Hoskins, PhD, LCMFT
It isn’t uncommon for clients to come to Lindsey M. Hoskins when trying to cope with hereditary disease risk challenges, as she understands the delicate nature of making the choice to start a family when genetic risks are present. Health issues she has worked on in the past include Li-Fraumeni Syndrome, Breast and Ovarian Cancer, Tay-Sachs, Down Syndrome, Cystic Fibrosis, Familial Testicular Cancer, Colon Cancer, and Huntington’s Disease.
- Clinical Degree Graduate from the University of Maryland in Couple and Family Therapy (2005)
- Clinical Fellow for American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT)
- Professional membership with Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (CFHA) and the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR)
- Former President and Current Board Member at Middle Atlantic Division of AAMFT
- Researcher at the National Cancer Institute, Clinical Genetics Branch; conducted psychosocial and behavior research in cancer genetics
- Lecturer at Marymount University and University of Maryland; clinical and non-clinical classes for undergraduate and graduate levels
In addition to her credentials, Lindsey has assisted individuals, couples, and families in various contexts, such as:
- Second Genesis drug and alcohol rehabilitation program
- University of Maryland Center for Healthy Families
- National Institutes of Health, Hatfield Clinical Center
- Greenbelt CARES family therapy clinic
On top of her experience, she has spoken for audiences at the local and national level about collaborative care in treating those with hereditary cancer syndromes, emotionally and physically abusive relationships, coping with anxiety and depression, and living with hereditary disease risks.
Lindsey is the kind of therapist in Tysons Corner, VA who not only has a naturally compassionate and empathetic energy, but she has the experience required to help her clients heal and overcome life challenges. For more information, contact Lindsey Hoskins & Associates, today.