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Lindsay Alvut, LMHC

I’ve got a wide range of experience and enjoy working with teenagers and adults of all ages. In addition to specializing in infertility and perinatal mental health concerns, I work well with perfectionists, those struggling with low self esteem, folks going through life transitions, and work related stress.

Hi, I’m Lindsay! 

I’m here to help you sort out whatever is getting in the way of you leading your best (most fruitful!) life. Whether it is anxiety, shame, bulls!#, frustration, depression, mood swings, stress, trauma, desperation, grief, baggage, or you are just freakin’ hangry… I’ll help you sort it out! Then together, we will come up with some actionable ways to help you feel better. I want to help you to uncover the best you so that you can really show up in all areas of your life.

While I am trained to offer a wide range of services, I am especially passionate about helping men and women who struggle with infertility and perinatal concerns. Not only do I have training and professional experience in these areas, but I also have a bit of personal experience as well. 

Infertility and perinatal mood concerns can lead to isolation, distress, and overwhelm. Please check out my services offered to get a better feel for how I can help with the area you are interested in getting support for.

Therapy is an investment of your very valuable time and money, so it’s important to find a good fit. Please contact me for a free 15 minute consultation, and together we will determine if I’ll be a good fit for you and your presenting concerns.

Education and Experience

I earned my Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from St. John Fisher College. I have several years experience working in partial hospitalization, outpatient mental health, and college settings.  Before pursuing my Master’s Degree I worked in the business realm of the healthcare field for about 10 years. Through this work, I did a lot of personal growth (including giving presentations and public speaking- yikes!) and I had an opportunity to travel a bit. Ultimately, I felt like I wasn’t quite in line with my ‘calling’ so after I got married I went back to school to become a mental health counselor (which was always my ultimate goal). For me, being a psychotherapist is much more than an occupation. It is who I am and what I value.


St. John Fisher College, Master of Science Mental Health Counseling, 2015

SUNY Fredonia , Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Minor in Visual Arts, 2004


Licensed Mental Health Counselor, 2018 (NYS License Number 008860)

Specialized Trainings

Post-Partum Support International Certificate Program

Perinatal Mood Disorders: Components of Care

Advanced Perinatal Mental Health Psychotherapy Training

Professional Member of Post-Partum Support International

Professional Member of American Society for Reproductive Medicine


I am married and have two amazing kiddos. It was through my own personal journey of starting a family that I was motivated to specialize in the areas of infertility and perinatal mental health. 

85 South Union Street Ste 206A, Spencerport, New York 14559

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