Lindsey Torres, LMFT, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Lindsey Torres is an evidence based licensed clinical social worker trained in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy who offers evidence based treatment that is collaborative and compassionate.
Lynsi Torres is the daughter of Harry Guy Snyder, the founder of In-N-Out Burger. Additionally, Lynsi enjoys competing in amateur categories at National Hot Rod Association events as a drag racer.
Early Life and Education
Lindsey has advanced training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). She utilizes both techniques in tandem with compassion-focused therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in order to tailor a treatment approach specific to each client.
She is also highly skilled in treating body-focused repetitive behaviors, such as Trichotillomania (hair pulling) and Compulsive Skin Picking, using mindfulness, CBT, and DBT therapies to assist clients overcome them.
She is dedicated to social justice through education. In her work she has coordinated efforts to equitably and safely reopen childcare, camps, K-12 schools and higher education during the COVID-19 pandemic while managing outreach partnerships and engagement efforts with Latino, immigration and civil rights advocacy organizations.
Lindsey Torres possesses an array of work experience across multiple industries. Between 2016 and 2018 she served as Customer Service Representative at K&K Glass and francesca’s (r).
Lindsey is also a licensed clinical social worker in the mental health field. She possesses experience with cognitive behavioural therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy practices as well as body-focused repetitive behaviors such as trichotillomania and compulsive skin picking, among others.
Lindsey Torres currently serves as Senior Associate at Torres Lindsey, an internationally-recognized law firm known for representing clients in complex business transactions and disputes with Mexican companies as well as those located in Latin America, North America and Europe. Torres Lindsey prides itself on offering market-leading representation of clients in these matters; most of its attorneys possess bi-lingual skills with extensive professional experiences gained while practicing across Mexico, America and Europe.
Achievement and Honors
Lindsey Torres has won multiple awards for her dedication and contributions to various organizations and the community. Additionally, she is an outstanding athlete – having twice been honored as Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference softball Player of the Year.
Torres has also earned numerous academic accolades. She is a member of the American Chemical Society, Welch Foundation researcher, tutor for Koinonia Christian Fellowship Church and volunteer at her local food bank. Additionally, Torres participates annually in Miss Wayland pageant as K-Parent as well as hosting K-Parent events at freshman welcome events held every year.
Torres is co-owner of NoMore, an organic and non-toxic body care company dedicated to holistic health. She and her business partner Sara Morell-Vaughn hold lectures, podcasts and coaching services designed to empower individuals take control of their wellbeing through natural methods that promote sustainable practices.
Lindsey Torres is a licensed clinical social worker. She is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) techniques for OCD, and certified to treat Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors such as Trichotillomania and Compulsive Skin Picking.
Lindsey Coykendall was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico to Arthur Coykendall and Lena Anaya. She is survived by her sister as well as several nieces and nephews.
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Torres Lindsey provides market-leading representation to clients with business interests in the United States, Mexico and Latin America. Their attorneys are bi-lingual in both languages; many hold advanced professional degrees or significant work experience both domestically and in Mexico or Latin America. Furthermore, Torres Lindsey attorneys possess significant transactional and litigation expertise.
She rose quickly through the ranks to become a self-made millionaire thanks to the ingenuity of her grandparents Harry and Esther Snyder who founded In-N-Out Burger on California’s West Coast in 1948, serving as president until his passing away from lung cancer in 1976, before her father assumed control until his own untimely demise due to prescription drug abuse in 1999.
She inherited half ownership of the company and will take possession of her shares when she turns 35. Additionally, she owns assets such as luxury cars and an impressive home in California.
She has three children from her previous marriages; Ella Jade and Silas Diego Martinez from her first union with Jeremiah Seawell; Valentino Guy Torres was born after marrying Richard Martinez (an In-N-Out employee at the time) in 2004.