Lindsay Simon: Clinical Director and Supervisor
LMFT, CA # 51979, NV #3014-R | Gottman Referral Network- lindsaysimon
Lindsay is an authentic, passionate therapist who takes a direct and non-judgmental approach with her clients. Lindsay is able to help clients identify what they need and create action plans using evidence-based forms of therapy that lead to positive changes cognitively, behaviorally, and emotionally.
Lindsay has completed her Level 3 Gottman Couples Therapy training and specializes in providing this highly effective form of couples therapy based on 40 years of research.
Lindsay works well with individual adults who want to experience a more fulfilling, mindful, and purposeful life. Lindsay helps her clients identify and remove the self-defeating barriers and beliefs that get in the way of their success. She helps her clients achieve personal growth, reach their goals, and create a fulfilling life in alignment with their values.
“I understand the importance of looking at clients from an integrated, systemic, and holistic perspective. My therapeutic style is honest, direct, and non-judgmental. I am a proactive therapist and work best with clients who are ready to do the work.”
In 2014 I became the Owner and Clinical Director of A Balanced Life: Individual, Family and Child Therapy, Inc.
To schedule with Lindsay call (530) 544-1748 or contact us
Kaye Brindley, ASW, has experience working with a variety of clientele presenting with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, substance use, trauma, and housing insecurities.
Kaye has a passion for helping clients who are themselves in helping professions and experiencing burnout and/or job-related trauma and is certified in first responder counseling.
"My therapeutic style is genuine and honest with a touch of mindfulness. I value everyone I meet for their lived experience and approach each person with equity. I aspire to help my clients find happiness in their daily lives by supporting them through the process of identifying and achieving measurable goals."
LMFT #111395 | Bilingual in Spanish
Marcella is a dedicated, compassionate, and trauma-informed therapist who is able to create positive relationships and outcomes with clients who might have been hesitant to receive therapy in the first place. Marcella is a gem of a human and therapist that is able to connect with her clients and understand their pain and needs in a way that creates healing and improved coping with life’s difficulties.
Marcella specializes in working with youth with addictions, depression, anger, behavior problems, suicidal ideation, bullying, coming out issues, and trauma. Marcella also works well with families trying to repair relationships within the family. In addition, Marcella is a bilingual therapist allowing her to be able to work with Spanish speaking clients and families.
Marcella’s clients report feeling support, inclusiveness, safety and acceptance, improved mood, more calm, less pain, and better family relationships.
Marcella also runs our SMART Recovery program, a free group every Tuesday at 6pm provided to community members of South Lake Tahoe, for more information you can check this out here: https://www.abalancedlifetahoe.com/community-programs/
"I help my clients by giving them a sense of support, inclusiveness, safety and acceptance to overcome struggles with depression and other mental health issues so they may live healthier and happier lives."
To schedule with Marcella call (530) 544-1748 or contact us
Aimie has over 14 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and families in school-based programs, clinical, and community-based settings. Aimie’s expertise is working with a wide range of emotional and behavioral challenges providing therapeutic services to clients who are struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, teen issues, grief, stress management, self-esteem, suicidal thoughts, self-harm and relationship conflict.
“My practice is LGBTQIA+ affirming, comfortable, approachable, and fun. I believe collaboration and being an active participant in your treatment is necessary to embrace your power throughout the therapy process. I want to help you feel confident and supported while also encouraging positive change to create a happy and fulfilling life.”
Taylor is a compassionate, warm and dedicated therapist who has experience working with couples, children ages 5 and older, adolescents, young adults, parents, and families at various settings including Rady’s Children’s Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic in San Diego.
Taylor has experience working with a variety of clientele, including those presenting with depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ODD, difficulty adjusting to life circumstances, relationship problems, and substance use.
Taylor has also completed Level 2 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and uses Gottman Method Couples Therapy in her work with couples.
Taylor's clients report feeling welcomed, validated and grateful to be matched with such a compassionate and skilled therapist who is able to help them identify and progress towards their goals.
A Balanced Life is excited to have our newest clinician, Ellen Fisher, ASW #106915, join the clinical team here at A Balanced Life.
Ellen is an empathetic and thoughtful therapist who uses a uses a collaborative and strengths-based approach with clients. She has prior experience working with Veterans, teens and adults through both community-based settings and school-based programs.
Ellen has worked with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, substance use, grief, relational issues, and trauma.
“My therapeutic style is warm and approachable. I aim to create a non-judgmental space where clients can explore their identity, values, culture and relationships while working towards their goals. I utilize a blend of CBT, mindfulness and motivational interviewing through a relational lens”.