Lindsay Scarpate, LMFT
I chose to become an LMFT because I deeply value the connections made between people. I hope that connection can serve as a source of strength and hope for my clients who are working to become the best versions of themselves.
Throughout my career, I have been led by some amazing supervisors, and I have been fortunate to supervise new clinicians. It's incredibly gratifying work, and I hope to form collaborative relationships with those I supervise.
I hope new clinicians use the tools they've been given to create change and improve the lives of the clients they work with.
WORDS I LIVE BY:
Meets State Requirements
- Valdosta State University: BS, MS
- Medical Family Therapy
- Chronic Illness
- Grief and Loss
- Narrative Therapy
- Solution-Focused Therapy
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)