Lindsay Schock, ARNP, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

"Don't be afraid to reach out to me for help! Mental healthcare is just as important as medical healthcare. There is nothing wrong with receiving help and talking to someone if your are struggling with a mental health issue."

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Master of Science in Nursing, 2021
Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 2014
Northwestern College, Orange City, IA

Lindsay's Areas
of Expertise

Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, ADHD, Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression, LGBTQ Affirming Care, Mood Disorders, OCD, PTSD, Postpartum and Perinatal Depression, Substance Use Disorder, Trauma

Offering Medication Management Services For

Teens & Adults

Treatment
Methods

Medication Management

Get to know Lindsay

Born with a passion for helping others, Lindsay Schock has enjoyed every moment of her career in the healthcare, which began when she was just 15 years old. Before moving to Iowa, she worked in emergency psychiatric services at the University of Louisville Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky.

As a board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Lindsay provides mental health medication management and brief supportive therapy for older children, adolescents, and adults. She specializes in depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, mood disorders, OCD, trauma, PTSD, postpartum depression, ADHD, and LGBTQ affirming care.

Belief in Collaborative Care

Lindsay strongly feels that people should be an advocate for their health and believes in listening to each person’s unique needs. As a patient, you can expect Lindsay to listen to you and develop an individualized treatment plan to help manage mental health symptoms. She wants you to feel heard and empowered.

Passionate for Helping Others

Lindsay became a mental health professional because she it is her personal mission to help individuals in need. She works towards reducing the negative stigma surrounding mental health and encourages all people to reach out when struggling with a mental illness. Lindsay loves being able to witness and be a part of helping individuals turn the page in their mental health story through a combination of medication and healthy coping skills. Watching a person go from struggling to truly living is what she lives for!

“Run when you can, walk if you have to, crawl if you must; just never give up.”

Dean Karnazes

It’s a Marathon Not a Sprint

Outside of work Lindsay is devoted to spending time with her family, including husband, two children, and dog. She is an avid runner and enjoys participating in races — marathons in particular. She has run multiple half-marathons and even completed a full marathon. Lindsay believes that training for a marathon is a lot like taking care of your mental health. It is not always easy, but the important thing is to never give up.

Reaching out for help is a huge accomplishment and something to be proud of. If you are ready, please take that first step of your mental health marathon and reach out today to schedule your first visit with Lindsay.

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