Lindsay Dupuis, MA


Lindsay Dupuis is a professional mental health counsellor who enjoys working with individuals affected by stress and burnout, symptoms of anxiety and depression, and everyday life concerns.

“I believe in getting to the root of whatever problem my clients are currently facing, and developing an individualized counselling plan to get them moving forward. Clients often benefit from working through their problematic thinking styles and belief systems, re-authoring their personal stories, and identifying and developing a more authentic and adaptive part of themselves, which has often become lost in the stress of their busy lives. In doing so, I believe that just about anyone is capable of overcoming their greatest obstacles, and of becoming the absolute best version of themselves.”

Lindsay graduated from the Psychology Specialist program at the University of Toronto with a minor in Canada’s only Buddhism, Psychology, and Mental Health program. She also graduated at the top of her class with a post-graduate diploma in Behavioural Science Technology, and holds a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology.

Lindsay has also received specialized training in the Swedish Alnarp model of nature-based stress rehabilitation in Scandinavia, and is a professional member in good standing of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA). She currently works part-time at Queen’s University as a counsellor in Student Wellness Services, and enjoys practicing yoga, reading, painting, spending time in nature, and cooking for family and friends in her free time.

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