Lindsey Autery

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Lindsey Autery
Lindsey resides in beautiful Orange, Texas, where she enjoys small-scale homesteading and being foster parents with her husband, Josh. She grew up in a pastor’s home and served in various ministerial capacities throughout her formative years. She and Josh attend Abundant Life Sanctuary of Groves, pastored by Bro. Jason Myer, where she is actively involved in music and small group ministry. Lindsey completed her undergraduate education at Howard Payne University in 2012, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. In 2018, she received a Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lamar University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern in the state of Texas, under the supervision of Sis. Marion Pietz, LPC-S, LMFT-S. She plans to further her education and pursue additional certifications in the future. In 2013, Lindsey began working in the field of education and has since served in various capacities of academic administration at both the middle and high school levels across the state of Texas. Currently, she is the District Special Education Counselor for Beaumont ISD. She serves students, Grades K-12, with emotional disturbance and disabilities across 26 campuses and within the local juvenile detention centers. In this capacity, she has gained valuable experience working with children, adolescents, and adults presenting with anxiety, depression, anger, grief, PTSD, and other disorders. She works from a trauma-informed orientation to provide solution-focused and evidence-based therapeutic services. Above all else, Lindsey’s passion is to minister to those in need by providing practical, meaningful services by balancing spiritual understanding and evidence-based therapeutic practice. It is her desire to reflect the heart of the Wonderful Counselor to those in need of hope, personal growth, and peace. To schedule a session, please contact

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children, adolescents, and adults presenting with anxiety, depression, anger, grief, PTSD, and other disorders