Cindy D’Introno-Fitch

Cindy D’Introno-Fitch is a Mental Health Counselor – LP

Cindy works with women, men, couples, teens, and children in a professional, confidential setting using a variety of counseling theories including CBT, DBT, ACT, REBT, Art Therapy and Play Therapy. Cindy’s most recent experience is in an inpatient behavioral science center, delivering a wide array of group and individual therapies.

If you are at a turning point in your life and entering therapy with uncertainty about your future or suffering from constant worry, interrupted sleep, exhaustion, or low mood, Cindy will work with you to model growth strategies and develop optimal emotional and behavioral health changes to get back to the real you.

Cindy strongly believes that healing, growth, and acceptance evolve through building a trusting therapeutic relationship with you. Deep focus on you includes more than identifying depression, anxiety, and interpersonal communication or conflict – it means walking alongside you on your journey in an authentic way.

Identifying unhelpful thought and behavior patterns you may not be aware of will allow development of new skills to create an environment of healing and empowerment. Cindy’s style is eclectic with empathy and warmth in a non judgmental environment coupled with love, a little humor, and mindfulness to assist you while working toward forward motion.

A sincere pledge and partnership with you will be developed with an approach custom fit for you and your unique self. If you have reached a place where you want to gain insight to new perspectives, or if you just need to get “unstuck,” initiate change for yourself or your child, or improve the quality of your communication, boundaries, and relationships, Cindy will be honored to work with you.




  • Depression & Anxiety
  • Suicidal Ideation & Crisis
  • Marriage/Divorce/Separation
  • Trauma/Grief & Loss
  • Family Communication/Boundaries
  • Sexuality/Gender Therapy/Body Dysmorphia
  • Health and Wellness /Eating Disorders
  • Substance Use & Abuse
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Bi-Polar Disorder

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