Cynthia St.Clair, LPC and owner of Wild Moon Integrative Therapies, is a somatic psychotherapist who holds a Master’s Degree in Somatic Counseling Psychology from Naropa University. More than anything, Cynthia values developing a trusting therapeutic relationship with women that supports deep transformation over time, and she integrates a number of therapeutic modalities in service of each person’s path of healing. She has studied in depth with renowned experts in the field of women’s psychology and health, as well as the burgeoning field of mindfulness research, including: Dr. C.P. Estes, Sara Avant Stover, and Tara Brach.
Prior to her life as a therapist, Cynthia earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Modern Dance and Choreography from Temple University, and spent the following decade working in the New York City arts community as a performer, creator, teacher, and administrator. That experience greatly informs her work with clients today in that she has had experience with many diverse individuals in a myriad of different roles, and considers therapy itself to be an art form. More recently, she has had the incredible opportunity to work in both inpatient and outpatient mental health settings across Colorado’s Front Range with individuals experiencing a wide range of symptoms and diagnoses.
Cynthia also highly values international travel and cross-cultural exchange, and feels fortunate to have spent significant swaths of her life in Europe, Asia, and South America. Wild Moon is involved in the anti-trafficking movement in Colorado, and is laying the foundation for future international work in this sector.
What I've learned through my own journey is that healing is possible...
Ever since my teen years, I struggled with mood issues that seemed to come out of nowhere. It took me years to realize that my anxiety, depression, and rage had a pattern. This cycle of suffering worsened as I got older until I finally committed myself to healing through my body, rather than in spite of it. I am passionate about working with women who are struggling with similar issues. I am grateful for my challenges because they have allowed me to deepen my relationship with my body and have provided me a strength I never thought possible. This work can feel like being lost in a dark forest, which is why solid support and a good dose of self-compassion can go a very long way! When we work together, you will know that you are not alone in your suffering because I have been there too. I know that you are capable of healing, and when you feel ready, I would love to walk this path with you.