Cindy Geist, LPC



Cindy is a Licensed Professional Counselor who comes to counseling from an education background. She was a high school teacher for a number of years before getting her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Fort Hays State University. She did school counseling for a couple of years and worked for a child advocacy center in western Kansas. She has facilitated a grief group for over four years. She has experience in counseling for grief, trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, Christian issues, women’s issues, and with children and adolescents. Cindy believes that sometimes people just need to talk to someone, to share what they are going through with someone who will listen. She also believes that the client/therapist relationship is very important to therapy and that trust and a positive regard is vital to the positive outcome. She believes that people have worth and that they have the ability to change their lives for the better. The process of getting there is not always easy, but it is worth it.