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Lindsay Drucker
(They, Them)

Associate Psychotherapist


I am a queer and neurodiverse HAPA (Korean-American) clinician based in Philly. I earned my Master’s in Social Services from Bryn Mawr College, specializing in Communities, Organizations, Policy, & Advocacy.

In my practice, I fuse Relational Therapy and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to dissect the systems and patterns influencing individuals, families, and communities. I aim to cultivate a safe and inclusive environment where genuine care and curiosity pave the way for meaningful change.

With a background primarily in community mental health, I have served diverse clients, including children ages 3-18, college-age youth, couples, families, community groups, and individuals. I am committed to advocating for equitable access to mental health care and ensuring that my practice is as warm and welcoming as possible. I am dedicated to supporting individuals on their journey towards self-discovery, empowerment, and holistic well-being.

Before transitioning into mental health advocacy, I worked in technical theater, where I became involved with an All-Asian performing arts group in Philadelphia, exists to build community among, and address the lack of economic and artistic opportunities for people of Pan-Asian descent involved in the performing arts in the Philadelphia region..


MSS: Bryn Mawr College, Master's in Social Work

Areas of Specialization

Anxiety, Identity Development, Queer Identity, Family Therapy, and Neurodiversity,

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