Dr. Lindsey Hickey is a licensed clinical psychologist and worked in California and Maryland before moving to Alaska in 2017. She holds a doctorate in clinical psychology from Alliant International University’s California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego, California where her emphasis focused on working with children and families. She previously worked as a Navy psychologist and has a background in projective and personality assessments, trauma-informed care, and certification as a behavioral health consultant in primary care settings. Her research background has included investigating the challenges of integrating behavioral health in rural health settings, the impact of behavioral health problems on Alaska Native populations, and examining connections between behavioral problems, trauma, and projective assessments in youth and adult populations. Dr. Hickey provides supervision and direct care in Nome as well as multiple outlying remote villages. Dr. Hickey resides with her boyfriend and their two dogs in Nome where they enjoy going out to camp, fishing, hunting, and snow machining.