Adam Grindlinger, LCSW
Adam Grindlinger received his BA in Psychology from The University of New Hampshire in May 1996 and then went on to receive his MSW from California State University, Long Beach in May 2000 with an emphasis on children, youth, and family. Adam received his license in clinical social work in May 2004.
Adam’s clinical background encompasses a variety of experiences within his work in both the private and non-profit sectors. He has provided individual and family therapy to children, adolescents, adults, and couples experiencing a variety of issues. Adam specializes in working directly with individuals, families, and couples experiencing a variety of issues such as ADHD, depression, anxiety, Bi-Polar disorder, grief/loss, bullying, parenting, defiance, poor communication skills, couple's counseling, divorce, and life transitions.
Adam’s extensive experience with children and adolescents allows for a collaborative approach with family members, school personnel, and physicians. Adam utilizes a variety of techniques (play therapy, cognitive behavioral, traditional “talk” therapy, music therapy, and relaxation/visualization) throughout treatment tailored to meet each individual client’s needs. He will help his clients and families develop and achieve realistic goals throughout the course of treatment.
Adam also has written several articles on a variety of topics (Bullying, Parenting, Sibling Rivalry, etc.) for the local newspapers throughout his career.
Outside of his practice, Adam enjoys spending as much time as he can at the beach or the baseball diamond with his wife and three sons.