Cyncie Winter


Cyncie Winter is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Creativity Coach, practicing in Evergreen, Colorado. She specializes in empowering people who are facing change in their lives, and offers counseling and consultation to those who want to develop their creative inner resources as part of their commitment to a transformative path. She offers ongoing writing workshops and is an abstract landscape artist whose work is available in galleries around the Southwest and on internet art sites. Cyncie taught at both the public school system and local universities for over thirty years before opening her therapy practice.

Classes Taught for the Therapeutic Writing Institute: The Thirsty Well: Writing to Access the Deep Creative

Education:

  • Regis University, Denver, Colorado: Master of Arts in Liberal Studies: Psychology, 2002
  • University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado; Master of Humanities, 1990
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin; Bachelor of Arts, Teaching Certification in Language Arts, 1969


Professional Experience

  • Licensed Professional Counselor, 2002-present
  • Group facilitator for Aurora Public Schools Task Force for Special Populations, 2009
  • Teacher in Language Arts, Advanced Placement Literature and Composition, and Humanities, Cherry Creek Public Schools, 1970-2007
  • Bereavement counselor, Overland High School, 2000-2007
  • Bereavement counselor, Hospice of Metro Denver, 2001-2002
  • Adjunct Professor in Humanities, Red Rocks Community College, 1997-1999
  • Adjunct Professor in English, Metro Community College, 1979-1981
      • Chair, Scribing the Soul: Transforming Your Life through the Power of Writing, 2011 People House Presents, featuring Kay Adams and writing practitioners from the Center for Journal Therapy
      • Fulbright Scholar to Egypt: Summer 2005; Fulbright-Hays Groups Project Abroad; Curriculum materials developed as part of this project received an Exemplary Title V Award in the Cherry Creek District and a national Telly Award
    • Additional Professional Experience and Honors