Susan M Cimino-Cary is devoted to the people in her community and serves on multiple Boards and Task Forces. She is the Treasurer of the Schoharie County Critical Incident Stress Management Team, which assists first responders, following a significant traumatic event. She serves on the Board of Catholic Charities of Delaware, Otsego and Schoharie Counties, and served as past-President of this Board. She has served on the Board of the Child At Risk Response Team (CARRT) since its inception, the Child Fatality Review Team, the Community Services Board, the Schoharie County Suicide Prevention Task Force, the Schoharie County Domestic Violence Task Force, the Schoharie County ACE’s (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Team and the FAM 5K Committee. These are diverse organizations, which all work to improve the lives of people in Schoharie and surrounding counties.
Susan is the owner and practitioner at Schoharie Hypnosis and Reiki in Schoharie. She is a Certified Hypnotist through the National Guild of Hypnotists; a Reiki Master/teacher in the Usui Tibetan Reiki tradition and a Certified Life Coach through the Coaches Training Institute. She received her BA degree in Psychology, from the State University of New York at Albany. Susan is passionately dedicated to helping her clients transform their lives into the lives they have always dreamed of living. In her practice, Susan offers clients a place to find their authentic selves and connect their body, mind, heart and spirit. She encourages clients to make empowered choices, which serve their highest good. She helps them realize, they can only control themselves and not the world outside them. However, they CAN choose how they perceive, view, and react, to what occurs around them, in new, different and healthier ways. Susan approaches all her work from a place of compassion, skill, friendliness, confidence, enthusiasm, and passion. She has a great wealth of knowledge to share with her clients.
Prior to opening her business, Susan worked in the Social Work Department, of a small, rural hospital for more than 30 years, also doing work she dearly loved. During this time, she began studying a wide-variety of holistic, complementary health practices, which she offers to her clients each day.
Susan has participated in Run 4 the Hills for First Responders since its inception.