You may have seen Cynthia Richmond on a talk show on television. She’s been on nearly every one of them from Oprah, Dr Oz, Dr Phil, to The Doctors, The View, Bill Maher and The Today Show. Cynthia has helped celebrities and civilians remember and understand their dreams. She has written long time columns in major market newspapers such as the Los Angeles Times and the Arizona Republic. Cynthia’s book, Dream Power: How to Use Your Night Dreams to Change Your Life was published by international publisher Simon & Schuster and her book The Dream Power Journal: A System for Organizing Your Dreams to Enhance Your Life, is endorsed by Deirdre Barrett, Ph.D., John Edward, Judith Orloff, MD and Stephen Simon. Both books are available everywhere including Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.
Cynthia is at home on television, radio and at corporate speaking events. She is frequently interviewed and quoted in national and local publications, including The New York Daily News, The Huffington Post, Ladies’ Home Journal, Cosmopolitan and Men’s Health. Cynthia is a freelance writer for many additional publications.
Cynthia is a board certified behavioral therapist; dreams are one of the tools she uses to assist her clients. “Dreams are a barometer of our well-being. They are delivered each night from our subconscious mind to our pillow.” She says. Napoleon Hill, author of Think and Grow Rich wrote that: “The subconscious mind is the connecting link between the finite mind of man and Infinite Intelligence.”
Through her columns, television and radio work, Cynthia has had the opportunity to read more than 55,000 dreams. She has condensed 20 years of experience working with dreamers into her The Dream Power Journal, a book which creates a system allowing dreamers to glean the full benefit from their nightly dreams. Additionally dreamers learn how to incubate dreams to solve problems, stimulate creativity and connect with their life purpose.
Cynthia is a keynote and spouse program speaker, two of her favorites have been the Alix Partners meeting with Alan Greenspan in Amelia Island, Florida and the 130th annual meeting of the Edison Illuminating Companies at the famous Greenbrier in West Virginia. Cynthia was awarded the 2010 Visionary Award from NAWBO, the National Association of Women Business Owners. She has written curriculum for many courses and is the founding mother of the Richmond Institute; a certification program for professional dream analysts.
Cynthia has met, been interviewed by or interviewed many of her personal heroes; authors, actors and other leaders who have made a positive impact on the planet, including, to name a few: Dr. Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey, Barbara Walters, Isabel Allende, Gloria Steinem, Jack Welch, Rodger Ailes, Tony Robbins, Al Roker, Katie Couric, Matt Lauer, Ann Curry, Conan O’Brien, Regis Philben, Henry Mancini, Mauriel Hemmingway, Maryanne Williamson, Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Dr. Brian Weiss, Donnie & Marie Osmond, Montel Williams, Louise Hay, Shirley Maclaine, Martha Mertz, John Edward, Florence Henderson, Martin Luther King’s children, Gayle King, Les Brown, Gordon Elliot, Ricki Lake, James Van Praagh, Judith Orloff, Betty White, Michael Bernard Beckwith, Meredith Vieira, Terry Bradshaw, Neil Cavuto, and many others.
Entertainment Tonight said, “Cynthia Richmond is one of the country’s foremost authorities on dreams and their meanings.” She is passionate about dreams and lives to help people connect with their own to truly enhance the quality of their lives.