B.A. University of Rochester
M.S.W. Boston University
Cynthia has been working in the field of pediatric mental health for 25 years and brings a wealth of experience to the classroom. Currently she is working at the Massachusetts General Hospital for Children in Salem, MA, where she specializes in childhood trauma, anxiety, and depression. She speaks widely on topics such as: the impact of technology on the developing brain, encopresis, childhood abuse and neglect, and parenting in the age of technology. She has a publication in the pediatric mental health literature titled Poop Poop Dee Doop: A guide for children and their families managing encopresis.