Lindsay earned her bachelor’s degree in Business Management and German from Ball State University in 2000. In December 2012, Lindsay completed a Masters of Education program, with an emphasis in Counseling and Human Development from Lindsey Wilson College, and is now a Licensed Professional Counseling Associate. Lindsay is originally from Indiana but now considers Bowling Green home, and is looking forward to enhancing her skills further at The Bridge to Recovery. As a Bridge Alumnus, Lindsay understands firsthand what it’s like to be sitting in the client seat and uses this experience when working with clients. Lindsay is also the yoga/meditation instructor and facilitates a weekly in-house step study meeting. She is an active member of a 12-step program in Bowling Green and has over 4 years of sobriety.
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The Bridge to Recovery specializes in programs designed to assist individuals and affected family members suffering from codependency, trauma, anxiety, anger issues, depression, obsessive thought patterns, compulsive behaviors and other negative behavior patterns.
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Our program is designed for all members of the addictive family system (but not concurrently). Our groups consist of people with a wide array of negative behavior patterns, including substance issues, relationship problems, sexual compulsivity, eating/food issues, workaholism, perfectionism, control and caretaking, misery and martyrdom, rage and anger, and anxiety and depression. We apply twelve-step principles to all of these self-defeating, unmanageable habits.
Trauma and traumatic experiences result from highly stressful events that shatter a person’s sense of safety, security and serenity. In many cases, trauma renders one helpless and vulnerable or hardened and volatile in a world perceived as dangerous. In many cases, traumatic experiences entail a threat to life or overall well-being, but any situation that leaves a person feeling overwhelmed and alone can be traumatic, even if it doesn’t involve physical harm. It’s not the objective facts that determine whether an event is traumatic, but one’s interpretation of the event. The more anxious, panicky and paralyzed a person feels, the more likely the persona has been traumatized.
Lindsay Levisay MA, LPCA - Counselor
Debra Cromwell CADC - Counselor
Debra joined the clinical team at The Bridge Bowling Green in May of 2011. Born in Indianapolis, Indiana and moving to Kentucky in 1971, she graduated from Western Kentucky University. Debra is certified by both the Kentucky Board of Certification of Alcohol and Drug Counselors and The International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium for Internationally Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselors. She brings to the clinical team 17 years of work experience as a residential substance abuse therapist and completed 2 weeks of the emersion program at The Bridge to Recovery. Debra has one adult daughter and two teenage grandsons living in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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