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Cindy Fischer-Hancock, MA, LMFT, LADC

MA, LMFT, LADCCindy's passion is to work with dual-diagnosis, personality disorders, depression, anxiety, and behavioral disorders. She makes use of evidence-based practices including DBT, mind-body skills work, and has been part of a year-long training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She has a history of skills in developing rapport and making effective progress with clients who have co-occurring disorders of mental health and addictions. In this process, she has conducted individual, family therapy, and couples therapy that effectively improves communication and functioning. In relation to family therapy, her approach is integrative collaborative, client-centered and includes alternative complimentary modalities such as mindfulness-based stress reduction, DBT skills, and a focus on nutrition, exercise, yoga, acupuncture, and holistic perspectives. Cindy's experience spans across the settings of hospitalizations, day treatment, residential, schools, in-home and outpatient services. These various treatment environments have provided her exposure and expertise to a variety of individuals, diagnoses, life circumstances, and relationships and have informed effective interventions. Cindy is a Board approved supervisor of those pursuing licensure in Marriage and Family Therapy and received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Metropolitan State University, her Master of Arts in Psychological Services from St. Mary's University and post-Master's Certificates in Marriage and Family Therapy and co-occurring disorders from Alfred Adler Graduate School.