Cindy Baubach, MA, LCMHC

Cindy has been in the Behavioral Health field for the past 30 years. She is originally from Chattanooga, TN and has called North Carolina home the majority of her professional career. She has a plethora of professional experience including crisis management, Critical Incident Debriefing, adjunct faculty at Gardner Webb University, county mental health in North Carolina, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Task Force development. She also managed the Partial Hospitalization, and Intensive Outpatient Programs for a regional medical center.

Cindy built a successful private practice in Salisbury, NC, which she ran for 12 years (2006- 2018). She states closing that practice was the most difficult shifts in her career. She did it to return to TN to care for her elderly father. While there she continued her career as a Clinical Supervisor in a (MAT) Medication Assisted Treatment facility, and an Assessment Coordinator at a medical center emergency room.

Cindy’s father passed away in early 2021 allowing her return to Salisbury to reopen her private practice in June 2021. In October 2022, her practice expanded to Cornelius, NC. As of January 2024, her time is split between office in Salisbury and Cornelius. Cindy brings experience and a genuine compassion for people suffering from trauma and mental health challenges.

Cindy completed a 10- month training in Psychedelic Assisted Therapy (January 2023- October 2023). She serves on the Licensed Clinical Counselors of North Carolina (LCCNC) Advocacy Committee where she advocates and educates on Psychedelic Assisted Therapies. LCCNC employs a lobbyist in Raleigh. Cindy is also a part of the NC Psychedelic Policy Coalition.

Cindy enjoys the great outdoors, animals, connecting with others and helping others grow and learn how to live more fulfilling lives.