Cindy Booker-Bingler, LCSW
Cindy has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families in the intensive Home and Community Treatment (HCT) program. As the former Director of the Emmaus Homeless Shelter, she has worked with the homeless and at-risk homeless population. Cindy uses her dog, Chara, with Animal Assisted Canine therapy to improve social, emotional, or cognitive functioning which helps individual’s unique needs to be addressed. She helps her clients with transitions, life changes, trauma, identifying emotions and coping with moods, increase communication, learning self-regulation, with changing perspectives, treating opioid use disorders and medication assisted treatment.