Cindala Craft, M.S.

  • Specialty: Empowering people who are facing academic and/or mental health challenges
  • Location: Suwanee

After completing her undergraduate studies, Cindala Craft became the coordinator of the Big Sisters program of the Roanoke Valley. There, she evaluated women interested in mentoring young girls who were deemed in need of positive female role models. She also conducted in-home and office assessments of potential “Little Sisters” and their families.

Ms. Craft earned her earned her B.A in Psychology from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville and her M.S degree in Psychology from Walden University. She is genuinely pleased to serve in a profession that incorporates her passion for psychology with her desire to empower people who are facing academic and/or mental health challenges.


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