- meet lindsay henry -
Lindsay Henry is a passionate, life-long learner. She has entered the field of Educational Therapy to motivate and inspire students as they develop the skills they need to be successful students, friends, and leaders.
Lindsay received Bachelor Degrees in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Oregon. She then went on to pursue a Masters in Teaching from the University of Southern California and a secondary Masters in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. She has been endorsed by the Association of Educational Therapists (AET) as an Educational Therapist/Professional (ET/P).
Lindsay has a wide range of clinical and educational remediation experience with children ages 3-18. She has worked with private schools, public schools and in several clinical settings throughout Los Angeles.
She is experienced in providing ABA and DIR/Floortime therapy techniques. She has led social skills groups using the Michelle Garcia Winner and the UCLA PEERS social skills curriculums. Lindsay has conducted research for the UCLA PEERS social skills program and is a certified PEERS provider. Lindsay strives to integrate her therapeutic knowledge and skills to support each child's learning process.
In addition to her work as an educational therapist and child development specialist, Lindsay has presented at several conferences, conducted a music therapy study on the benefits of music therapy for children with learning differences and has worked with a team of experts to published a peer-reviewed article on the History of Music Therapy.