Cynthia Pickett is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a Licensed Addictions Counselor (LADC) with a thriving psychotherapy practice in Reno, Nevada. She assists in healing, adolescents, adults and families who are struggling with a variety of mental illnesses and environmental difficulties. She is an expert in drug/alcohol addictions, domestic violence and sexual trauma. Believing that psychotherapists can not provide viable solutions to clients in areas that they have yet to heal, Cynthia continues to seek guidance from Native American shamans and eastern monks to aid in her journey. In addition to her formal and informal education, Cynthia has been gifted a vision for accurately identifying emotional and behavioral patterns that are creating turmoil in individuals lives.
Cynthia's mission is to facilitate emotional and spiritual healing the world-over by making people aware of common behavioral patterns that actually create personal hardship and by providing simple, easy and effective solutions for life's daily struggles. When implemented, these solutions are guaranteed to improve everyone's quality of life. To further her mission, Cynthia is currently writing a book and speaks to groups, sharing with participants how to identify personal patterns that create difficulties and show them, step-by-step, how to implement solutions that will enable them to take charge of their lives allowing them the freedom to routinely make choices that work for rather than work against them.
Cynthia was inducted into Pi Kappa Phi and graduated summa cum laude from Troy State University in Alabama and received her Masters in Social Work from the University of Nevada, Reno. She resides with her husband, and love of her life, Fred and her feline friends Little Girl, Blitz and Stitch. Her interests include international travel, hiking, gardening, and exploring in her Jeep CJ.
Please feel free to contact Cynthia through any of the following:
316 California Avenue, Box 134
Reno, Nevada 89509