Even one day at a time can feel like too much when your struggling with addiction or past trauma.
Are you tired of the constant fight to not feel sad, alone, afraid, or forgotten? Are past hurts or past habits weighing you down? Does the struggle to not slip into old habits, pick up that drink, or take that pill just feel like too much? If so, counseling can help. As a licensed marriage and family therapist Cindy Fugatt, LMFT, has experience to help you rediscover who you really are in spite of your current habits, addictions, alcoholism, conflicts, anxiety, or depression. Cindy uses cognitive behavioral therapy, dialetical behavioral therapy, and solution-focused therapy to help you learn to deal with past hurts and move forward in a healthy ways. You’ll develop renewed confidence in yourself and your ability to develop healthier relationships and a healthier spirit. Cindy is committed to providing adults and their families with counseling for various mental health issues, including addictions, trauma, and family conflict.
About Cynthia “Cindy” Fugatt, LMFT
Cindy is originally from California and moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma in 2006 to attend Oral Roberts University, where she earned two masters degrees in mental health counseling: Professional Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy. Cindy began providing home- and school-based mental health treatment for elementary though high school students, as well as for their families. In her work with children, teenagers, and families she provided counseling to help her clients adjust to the frustrations of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), depression, adjustment disorders, and trauma so that they could improve their grades, improve concentration, and have better relationships with friends and family. Her counseling also helped her clients overcome low self esteem, adjust to difficult family situations, and improve their ability to cope with stress so they were better prepared for life.
Cindy then transferred to Brookhaven and Parkside psychiatric centers in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In these settings she provided therapy to adult clients who were in the hospital to receive mental health treatment. Here, Cindy helped clients regain hope, confidence, and taught the therapeutic skills to help her clients start on the journey toward overcoming depression, anxiety, substance abuse, trauma, grief, eating disorders, and personality disorders. She also provided therapy in an outpatient mental health clinic where she lead therapy and educational groups for adults who were addicted to various substances, including methamphetamine and alcohol, and also had other concerns stemming from trauma, depression, anxiety (including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), and bipolar disorder.