LaShawnda Lindsay is a native of Jacksonville, Florida. Her goal is to provide a rich
therapeutic environment for her clients to improve their quality of life. She has
experience-serving clients in collegiate settings. Dr. Lindsay primarily focuses on
cognitive behavioral therapy and African centered therapeutic modalities.
After receiving her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Morris Brown College,
LaShawnda obtained her master’s degree in Educational Psychology from Howard
University, and a doctorate in Educational Psychology from Georgia State University.
She also earned a graduate certificate in Women’s Studies from Georgia State University.
To make a more direct impact on individuals, she earned second master’s degree in
Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Georgia Regents University in 2015. She served
as a college professor for over ten years and is currently a research scientist at Wellesley
Centers for Women. In 2015, The Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce and the
Augusta recognized her as one of ten of Augusta’s most outstanding young professionals.
Dr. Lindsay is also a talented artisan and has self-published three adult color books that
celebrate African American heritage and culture: Ebony Essence: A Coloring Book for
Grown Ups Celebrating Black Women and Girls, Ebony Essence Families: A Coloring
Book for Grown Ups Celebrating Black Parenting, and Ebony Essence Through Time:
A Coloring Book for Grown Ups Celebrating African American History. She is under the supervision of Teresa Wheeler.