Our Therapists

The Adoptions Together therapists have many years of expertise in child development, family dynamics, attachment, trauma, neurobehavioral conditions, and adoption related issues. Each of our licensed, master’s level therapists will ensure that your family your family receives the most professional and specialized care available. When you call or email for services, you will be connected with a Counseling Coordinator who will match you with a therapist, in your geographical area, to best meet your needs.
  • Cynthia Cubbage, LCSW-C , Contract Therapist
    Cynthia has 19 years of experience dedicated to serving children and families through non-profit work and county government agencies. She has provided individual, group, and family psychotherapy with extensive experience with clients who present with depression, attachment challenges, anxiety, self-injurious behavior, ADHD, sexual abuse, complex trauma, emotional dysregulation and sensory integration challenges, and intergenerational/intercultural family issues. She has held leadership positions that involve child advocacy efforts, analyzing public local policies, developing innovative programming for youth/children. Her passion and interest focus on working with transracial/transcultural adoptive families, birth parents and aging-out youth in the foster care system. She has provided trainings nationally and internationally on adoption issues and has worked as a team developing adoption competent publications and therapeutic materials. Cynthia and her wife are parents by adoption of two children.
  • Erica Moltz, MA, NCC, Master Clinical Trainer and Permanency Specialist
    Erica is a Master Clinical Trainer and Permanency Specialist has been part of the Adoptions Together team for 20 years to support families to achieve permanency, build the bonds of attachment and help their children heal from trauma As a Master Clinical Trainer, she also facilitates workshops for parents and professionals in the US and internationally about trauma, attachment, FASD, stress management, mindfulness, and adoption and foster care.