Student Intern, CCU
Hello! My name is Lyndsey Bone, and I’m working towards a Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Colorado Christian University. I received by Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Alabama. Before joining 316, I spent the last several years working in a ministry setting, helping people from various backgrounds grow and develop personally, spiritually, and relationally. For the last three years, I served as a Member Care specialist for a nonprofit organization, supporting staff who are working and raising families abroad.
I believe there is hope and healing available for everyone, and I count it an honor to walk with others on their unique journeys. I hope that all my clients will feel safe, accepted, and welcome as we walk together. I desire to help clients heal, grow, and make steps into a life of wholeness.
I grew up in Alabama, lived almost five years in Asia, and have lived in Texas for a combined six years. I love to explore new places, new foods, and new cultures. I have been married for over ten years and have three adventurous and energetic children. With my family I enjoy hiking, camping, and being in nature as much as possible.