hOMe COLLECTIVE TEAM
LCSW, Certified Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist
Liz is the founder and visionary behind hOMe Collective, a vibrant community supporting health and wholeness! Liz earned her Masters of Social Work and became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker during her time at Aurora Mental Health Center. Through Liz's work as a therapist, she realized how forgotten the body can be in talk therapy. Time and again she has witnessed how the everyday stresses of our world and the more acute traumas separate us from our bodies and selves. This realization inspired her to find an integrated approach to health and healing that truly invites body, mind and spirit to align. In becoming a Certified Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist Liz is able to serve the whole person through a trauma focusd lens of emobdied wholeness. Liz and the practitioners of hOMe Collective are committed to supporting you on your journey; we’re all in this world together!
Across the Lines Integration (ALI)
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How would your life be different with more alignment? Wouldn’t it be nice to have grounded support getting your body, mind, and relationships safely across the lines holding you back? ALI is an opportunity for those who are ready to explore the lines that are misaligned—whether physical, emotional, intrapersonal, interpersonal, familial, ancestral, spiritual or a commingling.
ALI is the creation of DeNae D’Auria, Certified Practitioner of Structural Integration, Certified Meditator, Conflict Resolution Specialist and Non-Violent Communication based coach and teacher, Certified Intuitive, and Certified Family Systems and Constellation practitioner. DeNae has studied and worked directly with Dr. Ida Rolf’s hand-selected teachers, Marshall Rosenberg, Dr. Brene Brown, Dr. Andrew Weil and some of the top International Mediators in the field. DeNae has a degree in Health Psychology from Bastyr University where she was acknowledged for her student research. With her combination of certifications, and an innate intuitive ability, DeNae is skilled at assisting those who are ready to step into greater alignment.
Rolfing and Massage
After having experienced the wonderful benefits of bodywork during my injury recovery after many mountain biking and snowboarding injuries while growing up in Steamboat Springs; compounded by a car accident at 19 that compressed my spine… I received my first 10 series of Rolfing®. Growing up in a health conscious environment with parents in the bodywork field, and having experienced such a transformative healing process myself, it seemed only natural for me to enter into this fantastic field.
I graduated from Cortiva Institute of Massage Therapy and became licensed in ‘06. I then fine tuned my therapeutic skills by completing Rolfing® training at the Rolf® Institute of Structural Integration in Boulder, CO.
Bodywork has been crucial in maintaining my quality of life, and I look forward to sharing the benefits of this amazing work with you.
Dr. Scott Sorensen
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Prior to entering psychology, I was an undergraduate film major at the University of Kansas (Rock Chalk Jayhawk) who loved characters and dialogue and wanted to understand what made folks do the things they do. I graduated and moved to Los Angeles to make movies, but eventually realized it is people’s real stories and helping them find their way that is my real calling in this life.
I moved to Chicago and attended the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and graduated with a masters and doctorate in Clinical Psychology. I have now been a psychologist the past 11 years and worn a variety of hats along the way (therapist, manager, training director, adjunct professor) with my goal in all of these roles to be honest, transparent, emphatic, and collaborative.
I have worked with a lot of folks and have experience using many therapies, but what I’ve really learned is that each person has a unique story and needs someone to help them find the next direction to take it. I’ve also discovered my own solutions in life have often come when I am outdoors and notice how nature helps me feel free and open to new ideas. This is the reason for Active Talks: to create a safe place to have honest conversations while moving together in a natural environment.
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Valerie Epstein-Johnson is a Registered Art Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice at Focal Point Art Therapy + Counseling. In partnership with the team of wellness practitioners at Home Collective, Valerie has made it her mission to support people in living their best, most meaningful lives through supporting the whole person—body, mind, and spirit. Valerie has been a licensed counselor and registered art therapist since 2008. She brings a seasoned but still fresh and passionate outlook to her work with clients of all ages and backgrounds. Valerie’s specializations include grief, end-of life, aging, pregnancy loss, infertility, anxiety, and mood issues. She uses Art Therapy, Sandplay Therapy, and the mindfulness and values-based verbal modality of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to help clients work through challenges and connect to their personal focal points as sources of focus and inspiration. Valerie supports her professional community by offering clinical supervision for ATR, LPC, and LCSW-eligible counselors and art therapists and serving as a board member and chapter delegate to the American Art Therapy Association (www.arttherapy.org) for the Art Therapy Association of Colorado (www.arttherapycolorado.org). In her personal time, Valerie devotes herself to using art and creative writing for self-expression, parenting two young daughters with her University of Colorado biochemist husband, singing in Denver women’s choir, Safonia (www.safonia.org), and spending time enjoying her NW Denver community with friends and family
Rooted Psychotherapy, LCSW, RYT
Ana believes that the journey to healing begins with achieving a sense of connection within ourselves, and that we innately have the tools we need to overcome our obstacles in life. However, sometimes we don’t know how to access our inner healer toolbox, or we get stuck and need guidance through our healing journeys. Ana combines evidence-based approaches and therapeutic yoga to guide her clients towards healing and embodying their authentic selves in every area of their lives.
Ana earned her master’s degree in social work in 2011. She spent the past several years working with Veterans at the VA Medical Center and focuses on helping others heal from trauma, depression, and anxiety, and working with members of the LGBTQ+ community. The psychotherapies she uses include: cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and prolonged exposure. She also has extensive training in yin yoga and how to apply yoga therapeutically through yoga nidra, mantra, mudra, pranayma, and meditation.
CMT, E-RYT 200, RYT-500, Reiki II
www.wolfsongwellbeing.com| firstname.lastname@example.org | 508-259-3767 | @wolfsongwellbeing
As a bodyworker and energetic healer, I am incredibly honored to provide therapeutic sessions for my clients. My goal is to help the mind-body-spirit connection ease back into balance and alignment. My work is restorative, healing, relaxing, and intuitively prfound. Every session we have together will be unique.
I grew up in Boston and moved to Colorado when I was 18 for college. I began practicing yoga at age 16; this was my first window into the world of holistic health. I became certified to teach yoga in 2010, finished my 500-hr Yoga Alliance certification in 2014, and earned my license in Massage Therapy in 2015 at Cypress Health Institute in Santa Cruz, CA. I studied CranioSacral Therapy at San Francisco School of Massage & Bodywork. It is such a joy to be able to offer a range of therapies, from yoga to bodywork to energy work, and to assist you on your path to optimal health & wellness. I look forward to working with you and supporting your well-being journey!
Certified Massage Therapist, Certified Reiki Master
createbalancemassage.com | email@example.com | 303.475.5167 | @createbalancemassagereiki | facebook
The desire to make a difference in people's lives led Carissa to the path of bodywork and energy healing. Carissa's goal is to provide you with time to relax and rejuvenate on a therapeutic level, bringing your mind body and spirit back into balance while assisting you towards a healthier pain free lifestyle. She compassionately address your area(s) of concern; whether that be from work stress, parenting, aging, sports, injury or overall maintenance. Carissa utilizes an intuitive combination of Swedish massage, Deep tissue massage, Sports massage, Sound healing and Reiki techniques, always unique to your needs. Carissa received a Certificate from the Denver School of Massage Therapy in 2009, and became a Certified Reiki Master Teacher in 2016. She finds it to be true, that Reiki finds you when you are ready to open your mind and heart to it. This non-invasive hands on (or off) healing technique has been a special service for me to provide to others as its effects can be astounding. It has become clear to Carissa that spreading the knowledge and tools of Reiki's amazing Universal healing to others is a part of her soul's purpose.
Certified Yoga Therapist, Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy Faculty
bjohnsonyt.yoga | firstname.lastname@example.org | 540-428-6329
When our experience of life is different from the way we wish it to be, stress exists. The bigger this difference, the higher its stress. And long term chronic stress leads to disease - heart disease, compromised immunity, sleep/eating/mood disorders, …the list goes on. How do we get off this self-destructive treadmill, stop choking down the stress and longing for life to somehow change itself? Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy helps bypass the distractions of the mind by exploring direct experience through yoga-like embodied awareness. Non-directive dialog focuses this awareness on what is most relevant to our life, and guided integration distills it into a key “ah-ha!” with one do-able action step. Bev Johnson is a Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist and Group Facilitator specializing in serving those suffering from the effects of life stress. She is a Training Program Director at the Phoenix Rising School of Yoga Therapy and serves on staff at the International Association of Yoga Therapists.