Daytime, evening and weekend appointments are available and we accept most insurance.
Resources Cynthia often recommends to her clients:
University of Minnesota
After growing up in southern Ohio and starting her undergraduate journey in Kentucky, Cynthia came to Minnesota as an exchange student and never left.
She is a strong believer in Attachment Theory, which posits that your style of interacting with others and with yourself is greatly influenced by your caregiver(s)' parenting style(s). The helpful lessons you learned can serve you well, and the not-so-helpful ones can be unlearned and replaced with others that better suit your potential. And the great news is ... this learning exchange can happen at any time, from infancy through old age!
Cynthia Conrad, MSW, LICSW
Minnesota License #22033
Cynthia uses a variety of techniques to work with different people, depending on their needs. Some of these techniques come from the following Therapies: Acceptance and Commitment, Behavioral, Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral, Emotional Freedom techniques (tapping), Humanistic, Motivational Interviewing, Narrative, Psychodynamic, Reality, Solution Focused, and Trauma Focused. Cynthia is constantly learning about different modalities in order to provide her clients with the best possible fit for their particular situations.
Some of the issues she has worked with include anger, anxiety, bipolar, depression, grief and loss, PTSD, relationship concerns, SPMIs, trauma (emotional, physical and/or sexual), and issues related to one's family of origin.
Cynthia provides mainly individual and couples therapy with adults, but is also open to working with children.
In her free time, Cynthia and her husband enjoy biking, bowling, camping, gardening, visiting with family and friends, and playing with their four beloved cats.
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