Collectively Rooted is a client management company that works to support organizations and individuals who bring communities together by providing a space to explore ways to improve mental health. We are inspired by our clients’ passion and genuine dedication to share and experience new ways of healing ~ collectively.
What our community is working on...
Summer is a great time to slow down and take some time to yourself. We've taken highlights of our past programming and bundled them together by topic, so you can kick up your feet, sip a refreshing beverage, and take your wellness into your own hands on your own time.Learn More →
Looking for a small parenting group?
Spend 75 minutes every other week working on issues that are important to you with Dafna Lender and a small group of 12 parents starting June 23rd.
Dafna Lender, LCSW, a child and family therapist with over 20 years of experience, is a certified trainer, supervisor, and consultant in Theraplay® and Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, and coauthor of Theraplay: The Practitioner’s Guide.
Join Victor Cabral, Deran Young (Founder of Black Therapists Rock) & Colleagues | June 23 from 7:30am - 3:00pm
This year’s event, The 2022 Pennsylvania State of The Union on Latino Health, will bring added awareness and intentional, solution-focused discussions around its theme: Building a Radically Inclusive Policy Agenda to Guarantee Health in Our Communities.
One North 2nd Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101
47TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
This year’s NRBS Conference is devoted to presenting and discussing information and techniques that will be relevant to health care providers and other helping professionals who are seeking additional tools to support their clients during these stressful and difficult times.
We will look into how to optimize functioning in an increasingly stressful world through the use of biofeedback strategies and other somatically based techniques.
60 minutes | 12 Classes | 7PM ET (US Eastern Standard Time) | Starting September 20th
In this three part certification course, you will learn to
--> recognize and safely release tension patterns of survival responses
--> practice strategies for managing the nervous system that can help us deal with anxiety, overthinking, emotional flooding, and overwhelm
Continuing Education Credits:
Live and Home Study CEs: Yoga Alliance (YACEP), Licensed Massage Therapists (NCBTMB) & NY LMTs
Pending Approval Continuing Education Credits:
Live and Home Study CEs: Psychologists (APA), Social Workers (ASWB), Nurses (ANCC)
May 25, June 29, July 27 @ 4PM ET
The Arc of Healing: Trauma Informed Emotional Health: Incorporating Internal Family Systems (IFS) Concepts into Trauma Treatment.
--> Learn how to safely identify and work with someone who has gone through an overwhelming life experience.
--> Learn to know when it’s okay to proceed and when you will need to refer them out.
--> Learn how to monitor and track the parts within your clients, as well as the activated parts that can show up within yourself.
--> Discover the key components to releasing trauma and how to safely navigate being with vulnerability when somebody has been relationally violated.Learn More →
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A special thank you ...
We'd like to express our gratitude to everyone who joined us over the past 12 months for this inspiring program who brought together experts in many areas of expressive and embodied practices.
A special thank you to Cathy Malchiodi for hosting the program and all the faculties for the incredible workshops. We encourage to you to continue to follow these speakers and dive into their work! For those who are interested in getting a taste of different modalities, check out the summer series.
Jenna Prada, career educator, has experience in classrooms, school leadership, and behavioral and academic interventions. She currently heads the Learning Link, an organization that helps parents effectively advocate for their children in educational settings. Jenna specializes in differentiating, goal setting, and communicating to create a diverse community of learners.
Expressive arts is a way of using the brain and the body to work through stress and traumatic experiences. The use of expressive arts therapy is beneficial to survivors of trauma because it incorporates bodily-kinesthetic methods of expressing memories for which individuals may not have appropriate language. The arts and stress reduction is an under-examined area in research, but studies offer support for this method of stress management.
Often we must experience our own healing before we can share this gift with others. Victor Cabral, Director of Policy and Regulatory Affairs at Fluence Training, is living his own healing journey, and now moves through his various roles in a focused commitment to the healing that is needed in his communities.
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