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Lindsey Farlow, LMSW

Contact 616.365.8920


Lindsey is a licensed social worker who has experience with various populations and challenges. She specializes in relationship building in regards to family, couple/martial, and sibling bonds. Lindsey utilizes individual and group training interventions in order for families to implement positive behavioral techniques for challenging behaviors and obtain psychoeducation of various diagnoses and interventions.

She focuses on an individualized family approach to assist with issues related to mental health, trauma, challenging behaviors, academic/legal involvement, substance abuse, divorce and blended families. Lindsey has provided therapy to adults, children and adolescents in a variety of environments including residential, in-home, respite/community living support, out-patient and school settings. She has experience with supporting individuals with intellectual-developmental disabilities, ASD and/or dual diagnoses. She is trained in evidence-based treatments including CBT, DBT, Positive Family Interventions, Zones of Regulation, Motivational Interviewing, TF-CBT, Empowerment Theory, Crisis and Suicide Preventions.

Lindsey grew up on the East Side of Michigan and currently resides in Grand Rapids with her family. She graduated with a Bachelors in Psychology at Central Michigan University and a Masters in Social Work at Michigan State University. Lindsey enjoys being outdoors with her large dog, traveling and spending the warm months at her family’s cottage.


Bachelors of Science in Psychology-Central Michigan University-2014 Masters of Social Work and Addiction Certificate- Michigan State University-2017

Areas of Interest

Marriage and Family Conflict

Parenting Techniques


Childhood and Adult Trauma


Anxiety Disorder

Depression Disorder

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Substance Use Disorder

Behavior Modification