Cyndi Souleret attended college right out of high school without really knowing what she wanted to do, so she took a few years off to travel and get some real life experience. One morning, she woke up and had the clarity that she was looking for – her calling was to be an ER Nurse.
Cyndi called the ER her second home for 20 years. It was during this time that she was able to see the gaps in the mental health care system, and she realized that she could be a part of the solution. About 10 years ago, Cyndi became a Nurse Practitioner in the mental health care field. She holds a Master’s degree from CSU Pueblo, and is now a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner at St. Vincent Family Health Center.
“St. Vincent Health represents the heart and soul of rural healthcare and has given me the chance to bring my behavioral health experience to the community as they expand their services,” Cyndi stated. She is looking forward to helping expand mental health accessibility and Telehealth services across the state of Colorado.
Cyndi’s philosophy is to be part of the whole patient care that includes both the mind and body. “To maintain ones health, we have to deliver coordinated care to address these areas, to ensure the patients well-being and having healthy outcomes.”
When she’s not at the clinic or working with clients, Cyndi will likely be out in the mountains. As an avid hiker, she has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro and has also done 5 day treks through the Andes Mountains to Machu Picchu. These Rockies have nothing on her!