Lindsay Blevins
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Lindsay Blevins, PhD

Licensed Psychologist; Behavioral Science Faculty

Education and training

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Counseling Psychology - Seton Hall University
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Primary Care Psychology - Montefiore Medical Center Family and Social Medicine Residency Program
Clinical Psychology Internship Consortium - VA Connecticut and UConn School of Medicine
Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts (BA/MA) - Marist College

Professional certifications or affiliations

Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers
Family and Behavioral Health Collaborative in the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine

Professional interests

Research interests include:

Mental health stigma
Barriers to seeking help
Implicit bias
Identifying and reducing health disparities
Clinician burnout

Clinical interests include:

Integrated behavioral health
Health psychology
Trauma-informed care

A little about me

My prior clinical experience includes substance use treatment, bariatric surgery, college counseling, primary care consultation/integrated behavioral health, and work with military members and their families. My approach to care is by normalizing the stress we face day to day and the trauma many of us have been through, both in our pasts and after these past few years in the pandemic. Everyone needs a little help now and then and deserves health care that focuses on both body and mind.

Why I love my job

I have a passion for working toward bridging the gap between physical and mental healthcare with a focus on holistic treatment. My work also allows me to be involved in social justice initiatives and advocacy work. I especially enjoy working in collaboration with our family medicine residents and attendings to provide integrated care.


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Professional experience & accomplishments

Dr. Lindsay Blevins cares deeply about working toward bridging the gap between physical and mental health care with a focus on mind-body connection. Research interests include mental health stigma, barriers to seeking help, implicit bias, and health disparities. Her clinical interests include integrated primary care, health psychology, geropsychology, trauma-informed care, and social justice.