Lindsay Griffin is a doctoral student and Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over ten years of experience in the mental health field. Lindsay received her Master of Social Work with a clinical/direct concentration from the University of Pennsylvania. Over the course of her career, Lindsay has worked in several community-based positions and managed care in her work with children, adolescents and their families. Lindsay also has experience working with adults individually and with couples. She currently facilitates a monthly support group for women experiencing fertility issues. In addition, she is also a current board member for the Delaware Chapter of Postpartum Support International. Lindsay is committed to incorporating anti-racism and trauma-informed care principles in social work practice. Lindsay’s interests include exploring the connection of reproductive health disparities impacting Black women and the associated mental health impacts on this population.
Research and Scholarly Interests
- Reproductive health inequities and disparities
- Perinatal and postpartum mood disorders
- Trauma-informed care practices
- Incorporating anti-racism work in social work practice
- Translation of research to community practice