Cultural responsiveness involves developing a curious and expansive way of thinking about others and is critical to providing person-centered integrated care. The recent rise in anti-Asian hate crimes, racism and violence targeting Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities in the U.S. has heightened concerns about safety and wellbeing among…
Hai-Duong (Hais) Lindeman, LMFT
Principal Consultant, Integrated Treatment Consulting
Hai-Duong (Hais) Lindeman is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Founder of Integrated Treatment Consulting. Her specializations include individuals, families and relationships with co-occurring and complex mental health, substance use, pathological gambling and personality disorders. As a bilingual, Vietnamese-English, clinician, she has a special interest in the intersection of culture and clinical treatment for co-occurring conditions.
Since 2004, Hais has provided treatment and consultation throughout California. Prior to forming her private practice in 2016, she served as the program manager and clinical supervisor for the University of California, San Diego Department of Psychiatry. Concurrently, she provided clinical supervision and consultation to different San Diego County behavioral health community programs and given guest lectures to public and private undergraduate and graduate programs in California. She was an adjunct lecturer for the California State University, San Diego Child & Family Development Graduate Program.
Hais is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mentalization Based Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. She recently completed a 3-year intensive training in Dynamic Psychotherapy and is engaging in Advanced Dynamic Psychotherapy training with the Washington School of Psychiatry.