Lindsey Chadwick, MA, LPC, has worked for the Betty Ford Center Children’s Program in Aurora, Colorado since 2008. She began working at the Betty Ford Center after completing her undergraduate degree in Sociology at Colorado State University. She completed her master’s degree in Couple and Family Therapy at the University of Colorado Denver in 2013. Lindsey has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families in individual and group settings.
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