​Lindsay Segar, Psy.D.

Assistant Director of Counseling Services

In her role as Assistant Director of Counseling Services, Lindsay Segar works closely with Jan Holton to serve as a liaison between Human Relations Service (HRS) and Babson College. Lindsay’s primary responsibilities are focused on ensuring that Babson students are connected to the counseling resources and support that they need in order to be successful here at Babson. She is the first point of contact for students who are interested in setting up a counseling appointment, and she also meets with students and staff regularly to provide consultation, crisis assessment/intervention, and to answer any general questions that they may have regarding counseling or mental health and wellness.

Prior to entering her current role on campus, Lindsay worked with many Babson students as a clinical psychologist at Human Relations Service where she has been on staff since 2011. During her time at HRS, Lindsay has provided individual therapy to children, adolescents and young adults in addition to providing consultation to local public school districts and serving as a member of the intake team.

Lindsay gained experience working with a wide variety of clinical populations prior to joining the staff at HRS. At UMass Memorial’s Community Healthlink, an outpatient clinic in Worcester, MA, Lindsay provided individual therapy to chronically and severely mentally ill adults. While at CHL Lindsay co-created and facilitated a wellness group focused on sleep hygiene, nutrition, fitness, smoking cessation and self-care. Lindsay also has experience working with college students in Counseling Services at Curry College in Milton, MA, and at McLean Hospital’s Klarman Eating Disorders Center. While at McLean, Lindsay worked for two years at Pathways Academy, Center for Neurodevelopmental Services, which is a school for children and adolescents ages 6-22 with autism spectrum disorders, nonverbal learning disabilities, anxiety disorders, and school phobias. Lindsay continued her clinical work in alternative special education settings at Newton South High School’s Southside Program where she met with students individually to address clinical issues that they were presenting with during the school day as well as provided crisis intervention.

Lindsay earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from William James College where she focused her qualitative research on emerging adult women and body image. ​

Contact Information

Lindsay Segar
Assistant Director of Counseling Services
Wellness Center
Park Manor South, Room 021
781-239-4407
Lsegar@babson.edu