Cynthia Nuce, RCSWI
Cynthia began her social work career over 30 years ago and has always worked with individuals, families and children in crisis. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Florida and her Master’s degree in Social Work from Florida State University. She has worked in a variety of environments including foster care, specialized therapeutic foster care, day treatment centers for children and teenagers, a teenagers-at-risk program, a prison mental health program, and has extensively worked with children and families of divorce.
Cynthia has worked with clients of all ages and is avid about helping people along their life journey. She utilizes an eclectic, relaxed, therapeutic approach to help each individual remove emotional roadblocks and realize their maximum potential. Some of the sound treatment approaches she utilizes include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Supportive Counseling and Psycho-Educational Counseling.
Cynthia also volunteers as an outreach ambassador with Marion Therapeutic Riding Association, a 501(c)(3) P.A.T.H. certified equine program serving clients with a variety of needs whose mission statement is “to offer the miraculous benefits of therapeutic horseback riding to persons of all ages and capabilities who are physically, mentally or emotionally challenged.” She also serves on the board of directors of West Central Florida Driver Improvement, a 501(c)(3) agency that provides education and programs to encourage healthy lifestyles and to promote traffic safety through safe and drug free living.
Currently, Cynthia has completed her clinical supervision and is a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern and will be sitting for licensure (LCSW) in 2018. In addition to studying, she takes care of her own mental health by spending time with her three dogs and two cats and loves spending time in nature, kayaking on quiet Florida waterways.