Psychology & Counseling: Faculty & Staff

Lindsay Phillips, Psy.D., ABPP

Assistant Professor
ext. 2154
McGowan 1021


Psy.D. Clinical Psychology Chestnut Hill College, M.Ed. Counseling Psychology Temple University, B.A. Psychology Albright College

Clinical Specialization

Board Certified in Clinical Psychology; Licensed Psychologist in Pennsylvania working with individuals and couples

Lindsay A. Phillips, Psy.D., ABPP is a practicing licensed psychologist in Pennsylvania, and is board certified in Clinical Psychology. She has received several national accolades, including the 2012 Judy E. Hall, Ph.D., Early Career Psychologist Award from the National Register of Health Service Psychologists and a 2018 Teaching Resource Prize from the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. Lindsay is the current Vice President and Northeast Regional Coordinator for the American Board of Clinical Psychology.

Courses Taught

Psy 531 Psychopathology, Psy 706 Supervision and Consultation Seminar, Psy 805 Interpersonal Intervention Strategies, Psy 802 Marital and Family Therapy Practicum (supervision in Psychological Services Center), Psy.D. Special Topics Seminars on Evidence-Based Practices for Serious Mental Illness and Transitioning to Professional Practice