Cindy Dominique, LCPC
Practicing Since: 2005
Disorders Served: Addiction (Process i.e. food, gambling, other), Addiction (Substance Dependence i.e. drugs/alcohol), Anger Management, Anxiety/Panic, Behavioral Issues, Bipolar Disorder, Blended Family, Career Counseling, Chronic Illness/Pain, Codependency, Couples Intensive, Depression, Disability, Divorce, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Geriatric, Grief/Bereavement, Infertility, Infidelity, Loss/Abandonment, Marital/Premarital, Personality Disorders, PTSD, Schizophrenia, Self-esteem/self-worth, Self-harm, Sexual Abuse, Sleep/Insomnia, Suicidal Ideation, Testing/Evaluation, Trauma
Special Populations Served: Adolescents, Adults, Couples, Families, Same Sex Relationship, Transgender
What Clients Can Expect: Dr. Dominique is committed to helping reduce the stigma associated with receiving help that plagues individuals and families. She is passionate about helping promote mental health hygiene.
About: Dr. Cindy Dominique is a first-generation Haitian American born in Queens, New York. At the age of 17, Dr. Dominique left home to attend college at Virginia State University where she received a Bachelor Degree in Psychology. Dr. Dominique also received her Master of Education from Virginia State University. Once her graduate studies were complete, Dr. Dominique returned home to New York where she worked as a vocational counselor in an outpatient drug treatment program.
Dr. Dominique is certified as a Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor in New York, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. In 2000, Dr. Dominique was accepted into The American School of Professional Psychology Clinical Psychology Doctorate program and became licensed as a Clinical Professional Counselor in the state of Maryland in 2005.
In 2006, Dr. Dominique completed her Pre-Doctoral Clinical Internship at Carolinas Medical Center Behavioral Health Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Dr. Dominique’s clinical interests include Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Substance Abuse Related Disorders, and Diversity. In 2007, Dr. Dominique was awarded the Doctorate of Clinical Psychology. Around this time, Dr. Dominique began her federal career working for in the Federal Bureau of Prisons at FCC Petersburg initially as a Staff Psychologist and then as a Drug Abuse Program Coordinator. Dr. Dominique has worked in numerous clinical settings to include community mental health centers, psychiatric hospitals, substance abuse treatment programs, state correctional facilities, and in private practice. Lastly, Dr. Dominique has worked as an Adjunct Professor at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology DC Campus. Currently she is the National Clinical Director for the US Border Patrol and has held this position for the last five years.