Lindsay King, PhD is an alumnus of the University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University.  She has over a decade of clinical experience in different settings, working with trauma and anxiety spectrum disorders, mood disorders, eating and body image concerns, substance abuse, cognitive and physical disability, TBI, chronic pain.  Dr. King is particularly passionate about working with trauma survivors, anxiety spectrum disorders as well as eating issues and substance use.  She has worked in university counseling and health systems, medical centers (including VA healthcare system) and private practice.     

Dr. King has formal training in evidence based, mindfulness cognitive behavioral therapies including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and exposure approaches of ERP for OCD and PE for PTSD as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), psychodiagnostic assessment of learning disabilities and ADHD, neuropsychological evaluations.  

Dr. King has also assisted and co-authored numerous research projects and papers.  Her work includes Modeling Eating Pathology: The Role of Gender, Sociocultural and Individual Factors.  Additionally, she assisted the University of Michigan Institute for Research on Women and Gender on grant funded projects examining the relationship among sexual assault, depression and substance use in adolescent girls and characteristics of perpetrators of alcohol related sexual assault.  Dr. King also supervised a research project Smoking Initiation, Depression, and Weight Concerns in College Women.  Her publications include Adolescent Peer on Peer Sexual Aggression as well as Weight Concerns, Perfectionism and Cognitive Style. Her work also includes collaboration with well-known researchers such as Dr. Carol Boyd, Dr. Sean McCabe and Dr. Amy Young at the University of Michigan and presentations such as theNonmedical Use of Prescription Stimulant and Pain Medications Among Adolescents.