Lindsay Moldovan (she/her)

MA, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
Accepting Clients

Hi there, I'm Lindsay. I'm a half-Chinese, half-Jewish (ethnically), chronically ill, neurodivergent, fat, queer, cisgender, nerdy human.

Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern in Portland, OR
Supervised by April Waggoner, PhD, LMFT, LMHC, LPC and Sarah Ellenwood, LPC, LMFT

  • Individual
  • Couples

About My Clients

I generally work with millennials whose main concern is symptoms related to burnout. While burnout can arise as a result of other mental health diagnoses and symptoms, addressing burnout is generally most effective if you already have a toolkit of coping skills you can draw from around emotional processing, distress tolerance, and acute crisis. Because I work a somewhat limited schedule, my approach is not a best fit for those who would like extra support outside of weekly or biweekly sessions.

My Background and Approach

My therapy style is eclectic, drawing from Internal Family Systems, Narrative, Emotion Focused, and Structural models of therapy. Sessions with me are not super structured, meaning we will always be working toward your larger goals while allowing flexibility to explore emotions and experiences that may come up in the moment. I may occasionally offer worksheets and structured skills when helpful, but it's not my main focus. I believe that all parts of you and your identity impact your well-being and how you move through the world. Therapy here starts with the belief that you are the expert on your own experience and becomes an exploration into what may cause you to doubt yourself, your emotions, your needs and wants, or any other aspect of your life.

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

My practice is informed by my own experiences in the cycles of burnout that come with existing within these in-between spaces. I'm a strong advocate for connecting to your intuition - your "gut voice" or core self - in order to break down the boxes you've been told to fit into, challenge both internal and external "shoulds," and allow yourself to exist in the ways that work best for you, your brain, and your body. I believe that an important part of burnout recovery is identifying and expanding sources of joy within your day-to-day. Joy in my life has always been connected to food, cooking, and eating. If you're looking to explore this part of your life, I'd love to help support you.

Insurance Plans Accepted
  • Out of Network
I offer online counseling in the following states:

At A Glance

  • Experience: 4 years of practice
  • Languages: English
  • Rate: $165 - 175/session


503-660-8095 Email Lindsay
1631 NE Broadway St. #215
Portland, OR 97211

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