Cindy’s belief is that a relationship must be developed for change to occur. Cindy will strive to understand and empathize with your concerns so that she can make suggestions for improvements for your particular situation.
Cindy has 30 plus years of experience in the field of mental health. She graduated from Michigan State University in 1988 with a BA in Psychology and obtained her Master’s Degree from the University of Illinois in Social Work with a concentration in mental health and family therapy in 1991.
Cindy has practiced in a variety of treatment settings from inpatient hospitalization, to day treatment, and outpatient therapy. She has also practiced in area of domestic violence and has conducted research in this area as well. Cindy has taught Psychology and Social Work at the Community College and University levels. She enjoys teaching and conducting seminars.
Cindy has come to enjoy couples therapy in particular; as she is a very active therapist. She enjoys significant challenges and she likes the interaction of two or more in her therapy room. Cindy finds that when a couple resolves their problems, the entire family benefits. Their relationships with friends and colleague can improve as well given their insight into problem-solving between people.
Cindy has been married for 23 years. She and her psychiatrist husband, Greg, have one son, age 22, who currently attends Florida State University. Cindy and Greg moved to Arvada Colorado during the COVID-19 pandemic. She became experienced in teletherapy during that timeframe.
Cindy has the ability and experience to help individuals through various life challenges. She provides individual, couples, and family counseling to adolescents and adults. Cindy specializes in anxiety, depression, women’s issues and couples therapy. She offers compassionate and comprehensive support to individuals from diverse backgrounds, with a wide range of needs.