Cindy knows the power of taking a pause. A culture characterized by busy-ness, growing efficiency, and increasing demands for attention easily lends to people feeling anxious, confused, frustrated, and overwhelmed. Counseling serves as that much-needed break we humans need to mindfully think and compassionately feel in a world that often expects us to behave more like machines than the human beings we are.
For Cindy, the counseling process is all about integration: integration between mind and body, what we are thinking and what we are feeling, and attuning to the parts of ourselves that needed to disconnect as a result of adaptive behaviors learned from past experiences.
Cindy brings a warmth that is reflective of her innate passion for the work and respect for the process of personal growth and exploration. Her approach is relational, built upon a genuine
connection, which allows her and her clients to explore interpersonal patterns in a safe, open, and non-threatening space.