Katie Lindsey

Therapy Technician and Irlen Specialist

Katie graduated from Texas Christian University in May 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in Youth Advocacy and Educational Studies. Her areas of emphasis include Nutrition, Communications, and Dance. Katie is an Irlen Therapy Specialist, and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Functional Nutrition. She has always been passionate about health and fitness, and loves constantly learning more about new holistic healing methods. Katie has been working with children of all ages for the past 15 years in a variety of roles; as nanny, tutor, student ministry associate, and Pre-K teacher. She loves the joy and energy that kids bring to her life!

Katie loves working with the patients and families at the Austin Center for Developing Minds. Around the office Katie is known for celebrating every holiday (especially Christmas), never wearing shoes and always having stickers for our littlest patients. She especially enjoys getting to know and spend more time with patients during their Intensives. It brings Katie so much joy to walk alongside our patients through their healing journey.

When Katie’s not working you will find her outside, usually at the lake or the beach. In the Spring Katie coaches kickball for middle school girls. She also loves working out, spending time with friends, and traveling!


Frequently asked questions

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What will my first visit look like?

We will perform a complete patient evaluation that includes various diagnostics and tests, including routine labs if deemed necessary.

How long does the therapy take?

Depending on the type of therapy program our patients enrolls in, it could look like:
Basic/Local program: 1 hour
Sports performance: 1.5-2 hours (1-2x day)
Intensive program: 1.5-2.5 hours (2x day)
Wellness Care: 1-2 hours (2-4x month)

Does the therapy hurt?

No, our patients may be sore from the passive and physical exercises we initially start doing with them.

Is it okay after surgery?

Yes, some of our patients start soon as they are released for additional therapy immediately following surgery.

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