At Lindsey Hoskins & Associates, we understand that part of offering compassionate counseling services means understanding the capabilities and needs of our patients. We take seriously our responsibility to stay engaged in the process of learning and growing as therapists, and are always looking for ways to both expand and share our expertise.
Lindsey in the News
July 2014 – “Why Spicing Up Your Sex Life Could Improve Your Marriage.”
June 2014 – “When a Potty-Trained Kid has Accidents: 12 Do’s and Don’ts.”
June 2014 – “How to Stop Binge Eating: 5 Simple Ways to Curb Your Appetite to Feel Satisfied.”
June 2013 – “Infidelity and How it Affects Marriage, Children and Families.”
Diane Rehm featured Dr. Hoskins as one of her panelists in a show about the motivations for and effects of infidelity in couples and families. Dr. Hoskins provided insight into why people might be interested in cheating on their spouse, and how such acts of adultery can affect relationships between couples as well as larger families. Dr. Hoskins articulated how therapy and counseling can make a serious impact in understanding the causes of infidelity and adequately addressing them.
Lindsey’s Professional Presentations
July 2014 – Ovarian Cancer National Alliance – Genetic Counseling: Therapy and Treatment Options. Washington, DC
June 2014 – Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered (FORCE) Annual Conference – Young Previvors Workshop. Philadelphia, PA
November 2013 – 13th International Meeting on Psychosocial Impact of Cancer Genetics – Li Fraumeni Syndrome (LFS): A New NCI Study and Case Report. Sydney, Australia
October 2012 – National Society of Genetic Counselors Annual Meeting – Now What am I Supposed to Tell my Fiance? Psychosocial and behavioral outcomes for unaffected women with a BRCA mutation. Boston, MA
June 2012 – Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered (FORCE) Annual Conference – Family Communication. Orlando, FL
June 2011 – Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered (FORCE) Annual Conference – Communicating with Family members about Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk. Orlando, FL
March 2011 – 12th International Meeting on Psychosocial Impact of Cancer Genetics – Genetic Counseling and Screening in BRCA1/2 Mutation Carriers aged 18-25. Amsterdam, Netherlands.
April 2010 – Graduate Research Interaction Day (GRID) – Negotiation of Heath Risks for Young Adult BRCA-Positive Women: Implications for Partnering and Family Formation. University of Maryland, College Park.
September 2009 – American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists Annual Conference – Couple & Family Therapy with Hereditary Cancer Families. Sacramento, CA.
June 2009 – Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered (FORCE) Annual Conference – Young and High-Risk. Orlando, FL.
August 2008 – National Institutes of Health – It’s What you Don’t Say: Nonverbal Behaviors in Counselor Interactions with BRCA1/2-Positive Women. Bethesda, MD.
June 2007 – Science to Impact: The Breadth of Behavioral Medicine. Sisters in Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Families:Communal Coping and Psychological Well-Being. Washington, DC.
October 2006 – American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists Annual Conference – Humanizing Healthcare: Medical Family Therapy for Families with Genetic Conditions. Austin, TX.
September 2005 – American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists Annual Conference – Couple Therapy for Domestic Abuse: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach. Kansas City, MO
October 2004 – American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists Annual Conference – Cognitive and Affective Predictors of Partners’ Behavioral and Emotional Responses During a Conflict Resolution Discussion. Atlanta, GA.
Lindsey Hoskins’ Academic Publications
Hoskins, L. M., Werner-Lin, A., & Greene, M. H. (2014). In their own words: Treating very young BRCA1/2 mutation-positive women with care and caution. PLOS One, 9(2): e87696. Doi: 10.1371/journal/pone.0087696.
Hoskins, L. M., & Greene, M. H. (2012). Anticipatory loss and early mastectomy for young female BRCA1/2 mutation carriers. Qualitative Health Research, 22(12), 1633-1646.
Peters, J. A., Kenen, R., Hoskins, L., Glenn, G. T., Kratz, C., & Greene, M. H. (2012). Close ties: an exploratory CEGRM study of social connections of men in Familial Testicular Cancer (FTC) Families. Hereditary Cancer in Clinical Practice, 10(2).
Werner-Lin, A., Hoskins, L. M., Doyle, M. H., & Greene, M. H. (2012). ‘Cancer doesn’t have an age’: Genetic testing and cancer risk management in BRCA1/2 positive women aged 18-24. Health, 0(0), 1-19.
Hoskins, L. M., Roy, K., & Greene, M. H. (2012). Toward a new understanding of risk perception for young female BRCA1/2 “previvors.” Families, Systems, & Health, 30(1), 32-46.
Peters, J. A., Kenen, R., Hoskins, L. M., Koehly, L. M., Graubard, B., Loud, J. T., & Greene, M. H. (2011). Unpacking the blockers: understanding perceptions and social constraints of health communication in Hereditary Breast Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) susceptibility families. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 20(5), 450-464.
Hoskins, L. M., Roy, K., Peters, J. A., Loud, J., & Greene, M. H. (2008). Disclosure of positive BRCA1/2 mutation status in young couples: The journey from uncertainty to bonding through partner support. Families, Systems, & Health, 26(3), 296-316.