Earth-shaking events along a San Andreas fault line in Southern California and a job offer in Colorado just a few months later, became the trajectory that landed Cindy and family in Colorado on the 4th of July in 1995.
The next 12 years brought Cindy and her family drama, trauma and change. Cindy has overcome every challenge life has thrown at her. Sometimes, just barely! She overcame these life-altering challenges and returned to college at age 36 to earn a Master’s Degree in Counseling. Turns out that “therapizing” people is her jam!
Cindy relies on her creativity, sense of humor and intelligence to connect with clients. She knows the privilege of an invitation into someone’s personal struggles and vulnerabilities. Cindy is honored to accompany you on your journey.
Cindy spent the next 10 years in private practice. NOCO residents knew Cindy as “that coffee cup counselor” as she counseled kids, adults and families around kitchen tables all over NOCO. The Kitchen Table is an icon representing family and life. Even those who have not lived in a traditional family are aware of kitchen table symbolism. The kitchen table represents warmth, acceptance, hope, security, family, friends – the essence of life. What better place to do the work of healing one’s soul and mental health? Today, Cindybrings that Kitchen Table vibe to her KidStuff clients in Loveland, Colorado.
Cindy is known for pulling good-hearted pranks on unsuspecting friends, family and co-workers. When she’s not in her counseling office, she may be out walking – collecting pebbles, sticks and branches for use in her artwork or she might be at home in her kitchen whipping up a batch of brownies using the family’s “top secret” brownie recipe. Come talk with Cindy. Have a brownie. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.