Cynthia Westendorf, LPC, DRCC, ATR-BC, is a registered and board certified art therapist with over 30 years of experience working with children and families in crisis. She is the Program Coordinator for the Amanda’s Easel Creative Arts Therapy Program of 180 Turning Lives Around in Monmouth County NJ since 1997. She received her graduate training at Hahnemann (Drexel) University in Philadelphia and has been practicing art therapy with children and families affected by trauma for the majority of her career. Cynthia has been a licensed professional counselor since 1999, as well as, a member of the Monmouth County Disaster Response Crisis Counselor team since 2004. She has received extensive training in trauma treatment both locally and nationwide. Cynthia specializes in interventions with traumatized children and adults particularly those who have witnessed violence. Cynthia has seen 180’s program grow into a well respected and successful service for the most vulnerable families in Monmouth County.
April 11, 6:30 PM
Springwood Park, Asbury Park
(corner of Atkins and Springwood Avenue)
The Mercy Center is recognizing 180’s Amanda’s Easel Program Coordinator Cindi Westendorf, and her team, at the Crime Victim’s Rights Candlelight Vigil.
In Collaboration with Mercy Center, Greater Asbury Park Community Development Initiative (GAPCDI) & City of Asbury Park
Agenda: Guest Speakers*, Community Prayer, Shiloh Community Fellowship Ministries Choir, T-shirts and Glow Stick for vigil. Information and Resources will be available for Victims of all Crimes
Lt. Delisa Brazile & Kelly Cullari
Christopher J. Decker, Assistant Prosecutor, Major Crimes Bureau-Victims’ Rights
Barbara Suppa, Assistant Prosecutor, Family Division – Victims’ Advocate
Asbury Park Chaplaincy Team- Survivors’ & Victims’ Support
Penny Dees- Survivors’/Victims’ Activist
Cindi Westendorf, Amanda’s Easel “180 -Turning Lives Around” – Victims’ Services