Lindsey Gavin, DNP PMHNP-BC

Lindsey Gavin (she/her/hers) earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice with an emphasis in Psychiatric-Mental Health in May of 2022 from the University of Utah. For the past 8 years, she has worked in inpatient and outpatient mental health, emergency medicine, substance use treatment, and most recently veteran research. Lindsey started her career working as a psychiatric technician at McKay Dee Hospital Behavioral Health Unit. After graduating from Weber State University in December 2017, she began working at McKay Dee Hospital Emergency Department and then University of Utah Emergency Department. Since the start of her career, Lindsey has always been drawn to helping patients with mental health needs. She recognizes her patients’ strength in adversity and is committed to helping them build resilience. While attending graduate school to earn her DNP, she worked as a graduate research assistant studying veterans who experience traumatic brain injuries, PTSD, and co-occurring conditions. Her psychiatric treatment experience includes outpatient psychiatry, Veterans Affairs outpatient mental health, and intensive outpatient treatment for substance abuse. Lindsey is passionate about providing evidence-based care for those with psychiatric and behavioral health needs. Lindsey believes in the importance of a therapeutic lifestyle; including helping her patients build positive relationships, quality sleep, wholesome diet, exercise, and mindful living. Lindsey feels a special connection to those experiencing spiritual concerns and faith transitions. She is also excited about providing cutting-edge treatment options to clients, including ketamine and TMS. When she is not working, Lindsey loves to ski, mountain bike, snorkel, and play soccer. She is always looking for an adventure and loves to camp and travel to new places with her family and friends.

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