Meet Our Therapists
Rev. Lindsay Geist
MDiv, MSW, LCSW
Founder & Lead Therapist
Lindsay is uniquely trained, having earned a Masters in Divinity from Duke Divinity School and a Masters in Social Work from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is credentialed as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in both Georgia and North Carolina and offers in-person and video counseling. Lindsay is also ordained as a Deacon in Full Connection in the North Georgia Conference of The United Methodist Church.
Lindsay has always been drawn to the intersection of mental health and faith, exploring this through various roles over the years. She began her career assessing individuals in crisis and leading spirituality and forgiveness groups at an inpatient mental health and substance abuse detoxification center in North Carolina. Lindsay later served at Atlanta Mission as a crisis intervention social worker helping women get connected with mental health, substance abuse, and domestic violence emergency resources. Lindsay opened her own private practice, Seeds of Hope Counseling, in 2016, which continues to serve individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, and faith concerns. In addition to her counseling work, Lindsay has served as a consultant, partnering with churches and non-profit organizations to lead trainings on mental health, navigating church crises, addressing anxiety, and soul care. She has facilitated church staff and women’s retreats, led continuing education training for clergy, served as a guest speaker for church youth parents on multi-week mental health series, and guest preached at various churches around the topic of mental health and faith. Lindsay currently serves as a board member of Chrysalis Consulting Center, a nonprofit based in New Mexico that serves clergy and clergy families. Additionally, Lindsay co-hosts a podcast, “Not Alone: Conversations on Faith and Mental Health” with two ministry colleagues.
Lindsay provides counseling to clients in both Georgia and North Carolina and resides in Georgia.
Laura has practiced as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for seven years. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Masters in Social Work and is credentialed as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in North Carolina and Texas. She is currently completing hours for her Georgia license.
Laura started her social work experience providing therapy for children and adolescents who were survivors of sexual abuse. She then worked at a community mental health center in Raleigh, NC, where she assessed and provided therapy for adolescents and adults with issues including anxiety, depression, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Laura also has experience in clinical case management and served as a Client Services Director at a Meals on Wheels in Texas. Laura enjoys counseling individuals working through anxiety, depression, and life changes. Growing up with clergy in her immediate family and being married to a clergy person, Laura has unique understanding of the intersection of faith and mental health. Laura believes the insights and personal strengths realized by an individual in therapy can lead to a healthier, more fulfilled life.
Laura provides video counseling to clients in both Georgia and North Carolina and resides in North Carolina.