Master of Social Work, (2018), Virginia Commonwealth University. Bachelor of Arts, Political Science (2012), Hampton University
Ms. Betts has experience in a variety of clinical settings including: residential treatment, partial hospitalization, and (intensive) outpatient treatment. She has served adult and child survivors of domestic assault, children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and delays, and individuals and families impacted by substance use addictions. Cynthia has also served as a cardiac social worker; and fellow with the Virginia Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities. Ms. Betts is experienced in a variety of therapeutic interventions; however she specializes in Motivational Interviewing, Experiential therapies, and Rational Behavior Therapy. Cynthia is passionate about supporting individuals and family systems in recovery and is skilled in family addiction education.