Strategies for managing the nervous system that can help us deal with anxiety, overthinking, emotional flooding, and being overwhelmed.Starting Sept 20th w/ Linda Thai →
Discussing some of the main components of resilience and forgiveness to better help yourself and your clients move beyond adversity.December 8th w/ Frank Anderson →
Collectively Rooted is committed to providing support to experts in mental health with the intent to cultivate curiosity, growth, and connection.
What our community is working on...
Join our esteemed presenters Deran Young, Terry Real, and Pat Ogden with host Frank Anderson for a careful examination of how we identify shame and its immediate, persistent, and generational impacts on our lives. This exclusive, live and interactive event features unique experiential content from these 3 leading experts, plus the opportunity to receive up to 9 CE/CPD Credits, a certificate of attendance, and access to video recordings for 30 days.
Bringing mental health conversations to the state of Pennsylvania
In collaboration with Collectively Rooted, HEAL PA is delighted to host a yearlong program with Maryann McEvoy, Executive Director of Governor Wolf’s Office of Advocacy and Reform and Child Advocate for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and an ensemble of renowned thinkers, authors, and presenters who work in the field of trauma recovery. These ongoing conversations focus on issues that are deeply relevant to Pennsylvania residents and will give our community space to reflect on, identify, and address the trauma in their lives and communities.
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, Psychologists (APA), Social Workers (ASWB), Nurses (ANCC)
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.
December 8th @ 12PM ET
Join Frank Anderson MD, a lead trainer for the IFS Institute and author of Transcending Trauma and The Internal Family Systems Skills Training Manual, for a free 90-minute discussion on "Resilience and Forgiveness."Learn More →
Dafna Lender is excited to be offering her Integrated Attachment Family Therapy Training Program starting on October 25th! This workshop offers a different lens that focuses on the physiologic, nonverbal connection between parent and child to improve the relationship. Using principles from two attachment-based modalities---Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy and Theraplay---learn how to enhance regulation, connection, and joy between parents and children as well as guide parents to do reparative work around family trauma.Learn more →
September 29 to October 1, 2022 | Thursday to Saturday 5:30pm - 9 pm (Central European Time)
The very nature of major depression often defeats our best therapeutic efforts: how can clients change when they have no hope or interest? It is not surprising that treatment-resistant depression often defies the efforts of skilled therapists and effective medications, leaving clients defeated and discouraged or even more depressed. Even though diagnoses of depression correlate highly with a history of trauma, we generally do not treat depression as a trauma-related disorder.
How can we help chronically depressed individuals more effectively?
Using interventions drawn from Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, you will learn to help clients relate to their depressive symptoms with curiosity and mindfulness, rather than identifying with them, and to understand them as symptoms communicated by trauma-related parts of the personality. This webinar will offer techniques for transforming the physical and cognitive symptoms through changes in posture, breath, and energy.
An interpreter will accompany this online seminar and translate consecutively from English into German and vice versa.
The lecture parts are recorded and can then be viewed on our website in the download area.
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 bringing us all together and to all the faculties for the incredible workshops. We encourage you to continue to follow these speakers and dive into their work! For those who are interested in getting a taste of the different modalities, check out the summer series.
Fall is among us! What is your favorite thing about fall? Is it the cooler weather, the pumpkin spice lattes, rain boots, or holiday festivities? For some people, this can be their least favorite time of year. With the changing seasons, it can also bring about changes in mental health status.
Time heals all wounds, the poets have written, but is that really the case when we lose a loved one?
Shame is a powerful emotion that leads one to feel defective and/or damaged. Shame has a major impact on self-esteem and self-image. Many times individuals get shame and guilt confused. The difference is that shame leads one to feel that the whole self is wrong, while guilt is situational.
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