Lindsey Shrayer, Assistant Director, Counseling Center
Counseling Center

Lindsey graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1996 with a BA in Sociology. After returning to Massachusetts, Lindsey worked as the Educational Outreach Coordinator, and later as the Assistant Director for the North Shore Rape Crisis Center in Beverly. After obtaining her Master of Education in Counseling Psychology from Cambridge College in 2001, Lindsey became the National Program Director for Deana’s Fund (now Deana’s Educational Theater), the organization that produces The Yellow Dress, a play about dating violence and sexual assault. Since 2005, Lindsey worked with DSS involved teens and their families. Lindsey started at Endicott College in August of 2007 as the Alcohol and Drug Prevention Coordinator, which is a new full-time position with the Counseling Center. She and her husband Kevin are season ticket holders to the New England Patriots and parents of a large dog named Spenser.

Lindsey Shrayer's area of expertise includes: Alcohol and Other Drug Use & Abuse, Sexual Assault, Dating/Domestic Violence, Eating Disorders and Body Image, Trauma, and General Mental Health.

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