About Cindy

My areas of expertise include:

Trauma Sexual orientation and gender identity
Couples and relationships of all kinds Body image and eating disorders
Spirituality and religion Domestic violence
Parenting Disability and chronic illness
Communication skills Interpersonal difficulties
Depression Anxiety

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) who has been a psychotherapist since 2000. I got my Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lesley College in 1999. I also have five years of postgraduate training in Gestalt therapy and am a graduate of the Gestalt Institute of New England.

From 2000 to 2002 I worked as a counselor at a battered women’s program, providing counseling and advocacy for women who were abused by their partners. I then worked nearly ten years at Fenway Health, a community health center in Boston that focuses on serving the GLBT (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender) community. For two years I was a counselor at Fenway Health’s Violence Recovery Program where I provided counseling and advocacy for survivors of hate crimes and domestic violence. After that, I increased my general psychotherapy work at Fenway Health and did short and long-term therapy with individuals and couples. I left Fenway Health in 2012 to work in private practice. I also spent two years as a Clinical Instructor in the Counseling and Psychology Department at Lesley University.

I love my work.


Massachusetts Mental Health Counselors’ Association
Psychology Today

Cindy Blank-Edelman

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