Linda Seibert, MAC, NCC, LPC

Linda Seibert is a national board certified counselor and licensed professional counselor in Colorado, specializing in individual, marriage, and family counseling, with an emphasis on identity , healing, intimacy, spirituality, and communication. She utilizes a holistic approach and focuses on the individual through reality therapy, cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, existential, and narrative therapies to help her clients reach their intended goals.

Linda does not consider herself an average therapist; she takes a very assertive style and aspires to encourage clients to make changes in their lives as quickly and effectively as possible. She regularly gives homework assignments because she knows that work outside of session is critical for actual growth and change to be realized. She recognizes this process is not easy and sometimes it’s just plain difficult. Linda is committed to guide you through this journey to improve your life and relationships.

Linda also has a lot of biblical knowledge which she utilizes effectively to help her biblically-based clients. She has been teaching and coaching for 30 years and has been seeing clients since 2013 both in Texas and Colorado. She aims to walk alongside individuals, couples, and families to instill hope and direction for the changing of lives.

Linda is from Dallas, Texas and came to Colorado Springs in 2017 to continue her counseling career. She graduated from The University of Texas with two Bachelor of Arts degrees and then went on to Wayland Baptist University for a Masters of Arts degree in Counseling. Linda was awarded the Outstanding Graduate in 2015.

Linda has been married to her husband, Jim since 1993. They recently moved into a fixer-upper on the southwest side of Colorado Springs, which they are enjoying working together to restore and update. They have two grown daughters who graciously and lovingly challenge and inspire them daily.

Linda Seibert, LPC


  • Individual
  • Marriage
  • Family
  • Teens
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Sexual Addiction
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Crisis Counseling
  • Self-harm
  • Trauma
  • Grief and Loss
  • Phobias
  • Stress
  • Identity