Cynthia Elizondo, MA, LPCC
Cynthia Elizondo received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the College of St. Scholastica in
Duluth, MN. Her masters degree in Counseling and Psychological Services is from the University of St.
Mary's. She completed her internship at Domestic Abuse Project where she conducted groups for women and
children. For 10 years she worked in a day treatment program that focused on coping with serious and
persistent mental illness that included DBT skills training groups.
Her clinical areas of interest include: depression, anxiety, bipolar illness, borderline personality disorder,
domestic abuse, adjustment and interpersonal difficulties, grief and loss, coping with serious and persistent
mental illness. Cynthia provides a collaborative healing environment to help a client learn to seek balance
and healthy coping so he/she can reach their highest potential. Her client-centered therapy includes
interventions such as mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy
(DBT). Cynthia provides outpatient therapy to adolescents and adults.