Lindsey Forschner is an LPCC with extensive experience working in the mental health field. Over the past 15 years, she honed her experience assessing, counseling, and helping clients as they navigate the complexities of the larger mental health terrain. Lindsey is passionate about helping whole families heal. She understands the importance of working in teams and including various family and support systems in the recovery process.
Lindsey’s personal experience of recovery drives her to help families move from a place filled with fear, resentment, and distance to a centered place where they can feel connected, hopeful, and free. She now fulfills this mission through her role as Chief Clinical Officer for Koplin Consulting where she assists in designing the clinical programming, supporting coaches and supervisors in the field, completing initial assessments with families, and envisioning and implementing clinically complex and creative plans for families struggling with addictions, eating disorders, mental illness, and behavioral disorders. At this time, Lindsey is now an ARISE Intervention intern. ARISE is an evidence based intervention method which allows her to better assist families through the entirety of their journey to healing.
Lindsey attended the University of Kentucky for both her Bachelor’s Degree as well as her Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling. During this time, she focused her studies on substance abuse and eating disorders.