Here are some reasons for seeking help with Cindy:
Child and Parent-Child Work
You and your child are "not getting along"
You are challenged by your child's behavior
You and your child want support through a transition (divorce, death, new family member)
Your child was adopted and you want help understanding their needs and/or want help with their special needs
You and your partner used to feel close and connected but don't much anymore
You and your partner fight
You and/or your partner have experienced an injury in your relationship (infidelity, not being there for one another, etc.)
You and your partner want to understand each other more
Individual Adult Work:
You have experienced trauma in your past and are looking to heal
You experience panic attacks
You have been in unhealthy romantic relationships and want to change your cycle
You have specific fears or anxiety that are interfering with your life
You want to learn how to express your needs (or even recognize that you have needs!)
You struggle with food related issues
You need support through a major life transition
You are a woman who recently had a baby and are experiencing sadness, fears, or had birth-related trauma
Cindy is a Certified Circle of Security Provider. Please see the Circle of Security website at www.circleofsecurity.org for more information. Ask about the 10 week parenting group and the 20 week group therapy, in addition to the services listed above. Additionally, Cindy is registered and trained as a Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples provider. For more information about Emotionally Focused Therapy, see www.iceeft.com .
Not sure if Attachment-Based Counseling is right for you? Schedule a free consultation to meet with Cindy to discuss your needs and her work.
NOTE: Attachment-Based Therapy (Circle of Security) is NOT associated with rage reduction therapy or holding therapy. This therapist does not engage in or support these therapies in any way.
Cynthia does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin.