Expert and compassionate care
to child victims of abuse

Who we are

Our Team

Lindsey Honea

Forensic Interviewer

Office: 931 | 729-9933 ext 109


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Lindsey recently joined Davis House as a Forensic Interviewer in October of 2017 and is trained in the National Children’s Advocacy Center (NCAC) model of forensic interviewing. She grew up in middle Tennessee but left for a brief time to attend college in Arkansas. However, the only degree she earned from there was her MRS as this is where she met her husband. She moved back to Tennessee with her husband to start a family. She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies and received her teaching license for the state of Tennessee. She began her teaching career with the Hickman County Board of Education where she worked her first year in the classroom and then four more years with the Maury County Board of Education. Her desire to do more for children outside of the classroom has led her to Davis House, where her skills are better suited allowing her to do more good for children.

Lindsey is very active with her church family and has served in several roles, such as Community Groups Leader, Bible class teacher & assistant with the Children’s Ministry, and works on the Community Group Developmental Team. She and her husband are currently raising four children and she lives a very busy life raising toddlers and teenagers. In her spare time (ha!), she enjoys catching up with her girlfriends.

Other Staff

Lindsey Acks

Child & Family Advocate

Aimee Alberd

Forensic Interviewer

DeAnna Darden-Carroll

Child & Family Advocate


Carolyn Evans

Program Director

Amanda Ferrara

Clinical Therapist

Lauren Harrington

Trauma Specialist

Corey Lariscy

Clinical Therapist

Dr. Brent Hutchinson

Executive Director

Claudia Parker

Executive Assistant