Cindy is the Director of The Centre of Management Creativity and the co founder of High Tech Hypnotherapy. Cindy has devoted her career to addressing the needs of the people in business, sport and with mental well-being. Cindy is a compelling, empowering and compassionate coach, trainer, seminar leader and therapist who has helped hundreds of individuals achieve their dreams through her work in seminars, workshops and one on one interactions.
Cindy challenges and inspires senior corporate teams in numerous industries and has worked with companies such as PMP Limited, Country Road, ANZ, AMP and Swinburne University. Her unique ability to see and believe in the full potential of organisational teams, to challenge them where needed and to stimulate courageous innovation to bring about significant tranformation. Cindy’s programs help people achieve peak performance by being unstoppable in the face of self-limiting beliefs and attitudes, which grow out of challenges, adversity, growth and change.
Over 2 decades ago Cindy was diagnosed with anaphylactic shock an extreme allergy to seafood where the prognosis was potential death from eating even the minutest trace of seafood. After living in terror for 20 years of this life threatening illness and not wanting to live life with such a limitation Cindy worked with the tools of HTH to over come her illness. Today she is a lover of all things sea like and never misses an opportunity to enjoy prawns, oysters and the like. Passionate about peak performance through her application of the Centers tools she regularly competes in open water swims, triathlons and in 2005 even trekked Nepal as part of a fund raiser for the Guide Dogs of Victoria.
Cindy has lectured for 8 years in human behaviour and leadership, teaching both here and internationally. Her academic rigour has formed a stable basis for the Centre in the development of therapeutic and peak performance tools as well as the Centers ongoing projects with osteopaths, medical practioners and psychologists in the arena of mental well being.