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Cindy Purifoy

Cindy Purifoy, MS TLMFT




School: Friends University
Year Graduated: 2019
License No. and State: 3077 Kansas

Domestic Violence/Abuse Attachment
Life Transitions
Individual, Families, Couples (Adolescents 15+)

With a background in therapeutic music for grief/bereavement as well as clinical work with individuals and families coping with the trauma of domestic violence and abuse, Cindy’s passion is to walk alongside others on their own paths of discovery and healing, offering the tools of an empowered life. She has a strong belief that everyone is simply doing the best they can at any given time, and that none of us is meant to manage difficult circumstances alone. So often, the problems we face aren’t the issue as much as it is the way we cope with these difficulties. 

Cindy uses a combination of culturally-sensitive and evidence-based therapies that focus on attachment, trauma-informed care, family systems, and mindfulness ... all from a strengths- based perspective. The mind-body connection is an important part of this work, and Cindy has been trained in the use of neurofeedback. The brain has an amazing potential to heal itself when provided with the information needed to do so. Neurofeedback is a non-invasive process that can help improve the brain’s ability to regulate and, in turn, offer possible traction to the therapy process, whether that be for anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, developmental disorders, brain injury, and more. 

Cindy’s primary focus is to provide an atmosphere of safety, respect, and full acceptance. The best part of her job is reminding individuals of their inherent value – no matter who they are or where they come from. To the degree that people recognize their value, they give themselves permission to grow which then empowers them to make the changes that invite healing on many different levels.


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