Lindsey Hoskins & Associates, LLC
4905 Del Ray Avenue, Suite 301
Bethesda, MD 20814

Lindsey really saw us through a crisis. I don’t know if we would have made it without her help. We went from being ready to hire divorce lawyers to really falling in love with each other. I can’t say enough about how much she's helped us.

Our Team

We believe that working with the right therapist is one of the most important components of successful therapy. Your therapist should be someone you trust and feel comfortable to be completely honest with. Call us to discuss which member of our team would be a good fit for you.

Lindsey M. Hoskins, PhD

Lindsey M. Hoskins, PhD, LCMFT Available:...

Kara Smith, MS

Kara Smith, MS, LCMFT Available: Tuesdays &...

Nicole M. Ehlert

Nicole M. Ehlert, MS, LGMFT Available: weekday...

More About Lindsey Hoskins & Associates

Reaching out for help isn’t always easy, especially when you’re struggling with personal, sensitive relationship problems. Our team of specially-trained clinicians is perfectly equipped to help you address the full spectrum of couple, family, and individual issues in a thoughtful, compassionate, and efficient manner.

As you consider Lindsey Hoskins & Associates, please remember that each of our clinicians offer a complimentary telephone consultation so that you can determine if our practice is a good fit for your needs. Read our bios. Review our pages. Get a feel for our philosophy. Then, call us. We’re here to help.


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