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Cynthia Mobley

Cynthia Mobley


9 years of experience
Solution oriented

Hello, please call me Cindy. Thank you for stopping by. You took the first step to start looking for a therapist and I am glad you are here. Are you struggling in your relationships? Having a difficult time managing work stress or a new position or additional work responsibilities? Are you trying to manage stress and avoid burnout? Does anxiety have you in a state of overwhelm or panic? Are you too depressed to enjoy the things you used to enjoy? Is your family experiencing a change and you are trying to navigate life the best way possible? I want to help you through this temporary period of change. Together we will identify which areas need work and get you back on a positive course. I use a holistic approach by addressing the needs of your mind, body and spirit in order to help you develop a stronger relationship with yourself. I will provide you with a safe space to heal. I have a down-to-earth approach and will meet you with compassion and evidence-based techniques so you can grow and get back on a positive track with a better mindset. If this sounds like what you were looking for, let's get started!

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

In our first session together we will begin with introductions, review your assessments and intake form and then dive into questions and the specific challenges you are facing in order to create your goals and a tailored treatment plan.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

I often give homework because I feel that homework is an important extension of the work we accomplish during sessions and an added value to your investment in yourself.

About Cynthia Mobley




Fully booked

My treatment methods

Acceptance and commitment (ACT)

Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is an action-oriented approach to psychotherapy that stems from traditional behavior therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. I will help you to stop avoiding, denying, and struggling with you inner emotions and, instead, accept that these deeper feelings are appropriate responses to certain situations that should not prevent you from moving forward in your life.

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

I have extensive experience using CBT in practice with clients who are experiencing anxiety, depression and trauma/PTSD. Clients who have strained and stressful relationships may also benefit from CBT. CBT helps to determine where the negative thoughts came from. Once the core or origin of the negative thought is determined then the negative emotions/behaviors can be replaced with more positive ones by working together to challenge the negative thoughts. Change comes after you begin to notice that you feel better when you are thinking more positively about yourself and your world.