Lindsey Randol

Associate Professor
Core Faculty


MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling: Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling - Core Faculty


PsychD., Roehampton University, UK
B.A., Naropa University

Lindsey is a counseling psychologist with a passion for transformational education and psychotherapy. Trained in mindfulness, contemporary relational psychoanalysis, and critical psychology, Lindsey supports students to develop their therapeutic skills and to nurture their relationship with themselves. She regularly presents at local and national conferences and is a visiting professor at the Royal University of Bhutan.

Lindsey draws inspiration from her private practice where she works with adults, young professionals, students, and adolescents. To learn more about her clinical work, please visit her website at

In her personal time, Lindsey enjoys travel adventures, eating salad, cultivating community, and watching British television series.

Recent Publications

Kaklauskas, F. J. & Randol, L. (2016). "Empirical foundations of transpersonal counseling and psychotherapy". In F. J. Kaklauskas, C. J. Clements, D. Hacoy, & Hoffman, L. (Eds.). Shadows and light: Theory, research, and practice in transpersonal psychology (pp. 71-100). Colorado Springs, CO: University Professors Press.

Research Interests

Critical psychology
The mind-body relationship
Multicultural counseling 
Counselors’ reflective practices

Courses Taught

Human Growth and Development through the Lifespan
Counseling and Helping Relationships I and II
Diagnostic Psychopathology
Career Development