Welcome! My name is Lindsay Boudreau, and I am a social worker who helps adults experiencing anxiety, depression and trauma recovery in a compassionate, person centered approach. I also provide supportive services to members of the LGBTQQIA community.
The clients I work with have similar challenges. Even when going to school or work, having strong family and social supports, and hobbies, they still feel heightened worry, sadness, and experience the aftermath of trauma. Having these concerns can make life more challenging, and it is possible to work on improving your current emotional state.
In initial stages of therapy, it is not uncommon for my clients to have uncertainties whether therapy will work to decrease depression and anxiety. They may feel hopeless and trapped in various stories that something is wrong with themselves. The worry or the sadness may start to interfere in relationships, work, and finding joy or peace. Ultimately, each person who decides to start work maintains some hope, even if small, that life can change in positive ways.
It is possible for you to work on improving your emotional health. You can live a happier and calmer life. There is hope and healing.
If finding new ways to help enhance your well being is something you would like to work on together, please call me at 978-575-4175 or email me at to set up a free 15 minute consultation.
Note: As of 6/1/2021, my practice is full. I do not have any spaces on my waitlist. Please check back for updates.
“Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary. The people we trust with that important talk can help us know that we are not alone.”
― Fred Rogers