Laurie Linsley, LMFT

Behavioral Health Clinician
Laurie Linsley, LMFT
Education & Training (school, residency)
Masters of Science Capella University, Marriage & Family Therapy
Bachelors of Science CSU, Fresno, Recreational Therapy
Post Masters Certificate Prescott College, Equine Assisted Mental Health
Boards and Affiliations
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)
California Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (CAMFT)
Sierra Foothills CAMFT Chapter – President Elect 2021 – Board of Directors
Professional interests/specialties
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Attachment Focused Play Therapy
Trauma Informed Narrative Therapy
Solution Focused Therapy
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
Outdoor/Nature Therapy
Spoken Languages
Philosophy of Care
Most marriage and family therapists believe a wide range of individual problems must be understood within the context of the family and social environments. I believe in this systems approach to mental and emotional problems and have the goal to change problematic, repetitive interactions that contribute to the presenting problem. As a trauma informed therapist, I am aware of the long-lasting effects of childhood trauma and will explore that using a narrative therapy approach. Our goal for therapy is the reduce distress and improve functionality. In what ways are you feeling not OK? Let’s help you start feeling OK.