top of page

Extra integration, support and counselling

Hello Propel Therapeutics subscribers! My name is Cyndra Robbins and I am very excited to offer talk therapy and counselling virtually and in-person.

Ketamine Infusions and therapy are the new and effective treatment for depression, treatment for anxiety, treatment for PTSD and treatment for chronic pain.

I have experience and expertise in the following:

Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy

Brain spotting Therapy

PTSD and complex PTSD




A little bit about me:

I am passionate about mental health and provide compassionate and transformative healing for individuals who have experienced anxiety, major depression, and trauma. I am dedicated to guiding our clients on a journey towards recovery, resilience, and self-discovery through evidence-based therapy, psychedelic-assisted therapy, Brain spotting, and a holistic, collaborative approach to mental well-being.

My approach is a commitment to encouraging a safe and supportive therapeutic environment where clients can explore their inner landscapes, confront past traumas, and find hope and healing. I believe that healing is a collaborative journey, and I am honored to walk alongside our clients as they navigate the path to recovery.

My core values include empathy, respect, and a deep understanding of the unique needs of each individual we serve. I am dedicated to staying at the forefront of research and best practices in trauma and psychedelic therapy to ensure that clients receive the highest quality care.

By integrating cutting-edge therapeutic techniques with a client-centered, trauma-informed approach, I aim to empower clients to reclaim their lives, find purpose, and experience profound personal growth. My mission is to help clients not just survive but thrive, and in doing so, contribute to a world where mental health is prioritized and stigma is deconstructed.

My journey in mental health began in 2012, following a significant change in my life trajectory. Prior to that, I had spent over 20 years working as a commercial photographer. However, in 2010, I experienced a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that sidelined me for two years. During this period of recovery, I grappled with an episode of depression and anxiety, gaining firsthand insight into their debilitating effects and the importance of having a strong support system to navigate through challenges.

As I progressed in my healing journey, I developed a keen interest in understanding the complexities of the human brain and its functioning, particularly in relation to mental health. This newfound fascination prompted me to shift my professional focus towards the field of mental health. Over the past 12 years, I have had the privilege of working with clients, providing them with the support and guidance they need to overcome their own personal obstacles. It has been a rewarding experience to witness individuals reclaim their well-being and resilience in the face of adversity.

27 views1 comment

1 Comment

Cyndra? All the clues are here. Dog. Photography. How do you deal with insurance? You know I'm a seeker. Interested in this new work.

Elaine Corn Soohoo

bottom of page