Cindy Goodness Zane, Psy. D.
Dr. Zane works with couples and individuals of all ages. She specializes in the role that emotions play within oneself and relationships. Her favorite practice area is helping couples to heal and strengthen their relationships. After all, the best experiences in life are made better by sharing it with a partner to whom you feel deeply connected.
Born and raised in Hawaii, Dr. Zane is of a multi-ethnic background with strong cultural identification to her Hawaiian and Japanese heritages. She enjoys working with clients of diverse socio-cultural backgrounds and varied life experiences. She started her professional life as an attorney, but discovered that she was drawn to helping people wanted to overcome challenges and make changes in their lives.
As a Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Zane enjoys collaboratively working with couples and individuals to heal relational injuries, to deepen their connection to significant others, and to discover or reconnect with their authentic voice. She works with a broad spectrum of clients to thrive in their lives and to experience more fulfilling relationships. Her areas of clinical practice include Marital Distress, Relationship Problems, Adjustment to Chronic Illnesses, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Recovery from Traumatic Experiences in Childhood, Life Transitions, Grief/Loss/Bereavement, Anger Management, Stress Management, Low Self-Esteem, Child Disruptive Behavior Problems, Parenting Support and Family Counseling.
Dr. Zane is an integrative clinician with an emphasis on humanistic and emotion focused work. She strives to facilitate healing and change within the context of a supportive, accepting and collaborative therapeutic relationship. With compassion and understanding, she enables her clients to express themselves and share their experiences without judgment in order to promote greater insight into themselves, their partners and their relationship dynamics. She also integrates cognitive-behavioral and systemic interventions to optimize each individual, couple or family’s opportunity to build on their strengths and attain their treatment goals.