🇺🇸 Denver, Colorado, USA
Cynthia Lackner is a psychotherapist in private practice. Her specialty is helping people diminish stress, anxiety, and depression, without the use of drugs.
The brain-based modality she teaches is called Emotional Brain Training, a program that offers stress overload solutions. She helps people learn resilience, help with burnout, and ultimately, find true meaning and purpose.
Cynthia has created and implemented programs for various organizations. She created and co-produced a PBS documentary that was submitted for an Emmy.
Ms. Lackner has presented to many groups in the legal, medical, and business communities about stress and how it can be mitigated. Some of those groups include: National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse, Society of Physician Entrepreneurs, Downtown Denver Partnership, Colorado Bar, Colorado Women’s Bar, Colorado District Attorneys’ Council, University of Denver Law School and University of Boulder Law School.
Cynthia frequently volunteers for Nepris, a group that connects leaders in their field to the classroom where students can gain exposure to the real world. Her presentations have covered skills and tools to diminish stress and anxiety for middle and high school students. Additionally, through Nepris, Cynthia recently mentored students who participated in a Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. The students created a worry stone device that was connected to an app to monitor and diminish their anxiety. She is proud that the group she worked with, were finalists in their program out of a group of 2,000 applicants.
Cynthia often gets referrals from psychiatrists and physicians. Cynthia works on Zoom with clients across the country.
She holds a BA degree from Goucher College, Towson, Maryland and an M.A. from Antioch University, Yellow Springs, Ohio. She is a Certified Emotional Brain Training Provider and a Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider.