Heidi Lindorf, MS
Resident in Marriage and Family Therapy
Heidi Lindorf graduated from Brigham Young University with a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Prior to coming to the Center for Pastoral Counseling, Heidi practiced therapy for the Family Life Center at Fort Belvoir and LDS Family Services. She specializes in helping couples work through marital dissatisfaction, communication issues, infidelity, and addictions. Heidi also enjoys working with pre-marital couples. Heidi is a trained Prepare/Enrich facilitator. Additionally, Heidi specializes in counseling individuals suffering with depression and anxiety.
Heidi has a thorough background working with children who struggle with anxiety and ADHD, both within her own family (where she has four children) and within church and community groups, including as a trained foster parent for Fairfax County.
Heidi has a systemic approach to therapy with an emphasis on cognitive/behavioral techniques. She believes that emotional and cognitive healing is greatly facilitated through tapping into a client’s spiritual resources. However, Heidi also recognizes the importance of creating a therapy plan specific to her clients’ individual needs.
Heidi has extensive experience in leading workshops and seminars on topics such as depression, parenting, improving marriage, and strengthening relationships. Heidi is available for presentations to church and community groups, for both teenage and adult audiences.