Cynthia Flores, LMFT

Cynthia Flores LMFT


Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, CA

Area of Focus:

  • Latinxe/ & BIPOC, WOC
  • First Gen Experience
  • PTSD, anxiety, depression, grief/loss
  • Intergenerational Trauma and Oppression Based Trauma
  • Relationship Dynamics (Family & Romantic), Breakups, and Attachment-Based Trauma
  • Imposter Syndrome, Breaking through Limiting Beliefs, and Self-sabotage
  • Career Development, Entrepreneurship, Mindset work
  • EMDR, Trauma-Informed and Culturally-Informed Treatment
  • Decolonize Mental Health Lens


M.A. in Counseling emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapist, Palo Alto University

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Professional Background

Cynthia Flores (She/Her/Ella) is a Latina licensed marriage and family therapist, coach, and speaker. Throughout her career in mental health, Cynthia has integrated culturally-informed, trauma-informed, and social justice-informed therapeutic services to children, adults, and families with the Latinx/e, BIPOC, and WOC communities. She has worked with clients who have experienced PTSD, oppression-based trauma, relationship challenges, anxiety, depression, and imposter syndrome as they navigate entrepreneurship.

In her practice, Cynthia integrates a holistic and evidenced-based approach, with techniques such as EMDR, mindfulness based practices, somatic-based practices, CBT, solution-focused practices, attachment-based therapy, and mindset practices to help support her clients on their healing journey.

Cynthia’s intention is to guide and empower individuals to heal their relationship with themselves, reclaim their narrative, and live the life they want on their own terms. In her Coaching and Consultation Business Cynthia Flores, LLC, she provides 1:1 Trauma-Informed Coaching for those needing to unlearn self–sabotage, breakthrough limiting beliefs, and level up in their life, careers, and relationships. In addition, Cynthia provides consultation and speaking engagements to agencies, media platforms, entrepreneurs, creatives, and other professionals seeking trauma-informed and culturally informed mental health expertise to integrate in their line of work.