Cynthia Rousso is an experienced psychotherapist, supervisor and executive coach.
Cynthia did her clinical training at New York University (MSW, 1997) and The Tavistock Centre (MA, 2004). She has worked in private practice since 1998 and has also held positions as a specialist psychotherapist in the National Health Service (2008-2016), clinical director of a charity (2017- 2019), school governor (2005 - 2013) and psychotherapist at an adolescent inpatient psychiatric unit (2005-2007). From 1986-1997 Cynthia held various posts in the financial sector, including vice president of marketing for a New York hedge fund.
A dual US and UK national, Cynthia has considerable international work experience and has lived in the US, Germany, France, Russia and the UK. Her ability to integrate her decade of corporate experience with two decades of in-depth clinical work, leave her uniquely placed to bring insight and understanding to a wide range of issues and settings.
Cynthia has lectured widely on a range of topics and welcomes the opportunity to create individualised presentations for mental health professionals, organisations, educators, students and parents. Cynthia is also the author of the chapter "A journey through family therapy with a non-speaking child" in The Silent Child: Communication Without Words.
Cynthia actively pursues continuing professional development opportunities and her completed courses include: Family Based Treatment (FBT), Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions (SPACE), Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT), Dialectical Behavior Skills for Families (DBT) and Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RO-DBT). Cynthia is a certified Meyers-Briggs Practitioner (MBTI).