Cynthia Morton is often described by her clients and audiences as a Wordsmith and a Hope Masseuse. For the past two decades her nationally award winning Emotional Fitness techniques have earned the following recognition. A Pride of Australia Medal (2007), An Australian of The Year Award (Local Hero Category 2005) An Award of Distinction for Services o Humanity (Australian Medical Assoc. of Qld 2004) The Prime Ministers Award for outstanding contribution in drug and alcohol endeavours (2007).
As a columnist for Better Health Magazine, Spa Life, Brisbane Circle and Spark Magazine Cynthia is often asked to comment in the media on emotional issues. The Emotional Fitness Program has provided services for: Australian Federal Government (Dept. of Health & Ageing) Griffith University Royal Brisbane Hospital, QR National, Relationships Australia Queensland, State Government (Dept. Health) Lifeline Australia, The Department of Education, The Step Up Foundation, Montessori Australia, Family Relationships Services Australia, Brisbane City Council, Victorian Transport Association, Lend Lease & Channel Nine.
Cynthia’s keynote presentations and workshops offer a common sense formula and emotional tools that take the individual on a voyage of discovery. She explores the impact emotional illiteracy and heart trauma has on a human heart as it gets stuck in the mode of survival.a
Cynthia’s Emotional Fitness approach focuses on the art of hearticulation to improve emotional resilience. When the four seasons of life become challenging her hearticulation techniques assist with answering anger, weathering change, sitting with sadness and anxiety, and enhancing emotional intimacy with ourselves and others.
Cynthia is not only a successful published Australian author of six books she also works nationally one on one with private clients as well as offering Emotional Fitness workshops and keynote addresses. Testimonials on her work from media personalities include Deborah Hutton, Wayne Carey and Robin Bailey. Leading academics Professor John B. Saunders and Dr. Beres Wenck have been supporting her work for over two decades. Reviews on her onsite workshops with the Royal Brisbane Hospital Alcohol and Detox Unit, the Army, Air Force and Navy at the Australian Defence Force Soldier Recovery Centre and her work as an Ambassador for Relationships Australia are available to review on her website www.cynthiamorton.com.
Her six books A Helping Hand With Life (Hachette Publishers) Emotional Fitness (Finch Publishers) The Four Seasons of The Heart A quartet of books Anger, Sadness, Change and Growth (Boolarong Press) are available in bookstores nationally and through her online shop www.cynthiamorton.com