Dawn H. Lindeman, Ph.D., NCC, HSPP

Dr. Dawn H. Lindeman is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Nationally Certified Counselor in Bloomington, Indiana specializing in working with children and families as well as psychological evaluations for children, adolescents and adults. Dr. Lindeman is a co-founder of Foundations Dyslexia & Learning Centers and director of the Bloomington Center.

Dr. Lindeman’s experience in learning, developmental and behavioral disorders and diagnosis strengthens her expertise in the treatment of dyslexia. Dr. Lindeman can diagnose and treat dyslexia and received training from international dyslexia expert Susan Barton, creator of the Barton Reading & Spelling System. Her passion is helping children, adolescents, and adults become the best version of themselves by meeting them where they are cognitively, emotionally, and behaviorally. Dr. Lindeman provides evidence-based treatment based on a combination of Cognitive Behavioral and Interpersonal Therapy.

While working toward her doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from Indiana University, Dr. Lindeman worked with diverse sections of the public providing psychology services in academic, medical, and private practice environments. At the Center for Human Growth at Indiana University she facilitated individual counseling, assessment and ongoing clinical intervention for patients with developmental and psychiatric concerns. As a counselor with Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital, Dr. Lindeman conducted acute impatient care with extensive experience in clients suffering from addictions and mental illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety and related affective disorders. And as a licensed clinical psychologist with Christopher and Associates Evaluation and Counseling Center, she conducts psychological evaluations for cognitive, behavioral and emotional disorders, leads group therapy for adolescents and provided individual, couples and family counseling.

Dr. Lindeman received her bachelor’s degree in journalism, master’s degree in Community Counseling and Counselor Education and doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Indiana University. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, American Counseling Association and Indiana Counseling Association and has served as an associate instructor with Indiana University. Dr. Lindeman enjoys spending time outdoors, camping, gardening and playing basketball with sons, Luke (7) and Levi (5) and husband, Todd.