Manager of Member Services, NAAHP
Registration Lead, NAAHP Conference (2018)
Cynthia Almonacy has a doctorate degree in counseling psychology. She worked for 21 years in the Human Services Field, providing services to children and families involved in state care. With her doctoral degree, she currently works for a non-profit organization, as an Employee Assistance Program Consultant. In that position, Cynthia is able, to assist employers across the nation to access different services for the employees to include not limited to Mental health services, Elder care, Childcare, Financial and Legal services. Furthermore, she also has a private practice, where as a license mental health counselor, she is able, to provide therapy to couples, families, children and individuals. Cynthia is also one of the members of Haitian American Partnership for Positive Actions-RI (HAPPA-RI). The goal is to assist the Haitian community in Rhode Island to preserve the culture and to assist them with any of their needs. Cynthia has been working steadily to integrate mental health in the Haitian culture as a mean to remain emotionally healthy. Cynthia wrote an article that was published with this intent.