Lindsay Chipman received her M.A. from Concordia University in Creative Arts Therapies and is a Licensed Psychotherapist with the Ordre des Psychologues du Québec. She completed her clinical specialization in ISTDP at the Washington School of Psychiatry with Jon Frederickson and continues to train in the field with advanced clinical skills and teacher-training programs in ISTDP. She has been a clinical consultant and intervention coordinator in the non-profit public sector over the past twelve years at institutions such as Cedars CanSupport at the MUHC and the Lester B. Pearson School Board, working to develop and deliver experiential-based psychotherapy interventions to a broad range of populations.
Ms. Chipman holds a full-time independent private practice in Montreal specializing in the treatment of patients with treatment-resistant anxiety, depression, and medically unexplained physical symptoms.