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About the Director

Cindy Kubetin Littlefield is a knowledgeable and experienced Bible teacher. She speaks to various groups, churches, and organizations on Biblical issues and offers practical applications of scripture to the daily life of individuals. Cindy is known as a national expert and seminar speaker in the areas of sexual abuse, sexual addiction, and family dysfunctions.

Cindy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Cum Laude) and a Master of Arts in Counseling (Suma Cum Laude). She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a certified Anger Resolution Therapist and an author. She is a graduate of IOCDF’s Behavior Therapy Training Institute. She is skilled in Cognitive Behavioral and Exposure Response Prevention modalities.
Her practice includes insight and family of origin therapies which deal with past traumas.

Cindy received the 1996 Achievement Award from the Sigma Chi Iota National Honor Society for Counseling. She also received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Department of Justice Southeast Attorney General's Office for speaking on "Crime Victims". Cindy has participated in television and other programs with the Baylor College of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology. She has appeared on Houston’s ABC 13 and FOX and is a regular guest on Christian radio KHCB's "Vital Issues.”

Cindy has co-authored two books:Beyond the Darkness and Shelter From the Storm. She hosted a 12-part video series of Shelter from the Storm with one-on-one interviews. She has published articles for the Sunday School Board, an agency of the Southern Baptist Convention, and other Christian publications on numerous subjects.