Program Partners

Our partners are local and national governments, healthcare and educational institutions, community-based organizations, and leaders who envision a healthier future, and then take action to make it a reality. We work closely with our program partners to adapt and scale our model to work for each community’s unique needs and culture.

How we partner

We work effectively with a wide range of partners to integrate our model with the existing structures and services within any community. Our work unfolds in three phases:

  • Values and needs discovery
  • Identify community-based leaders and institutional partners
  • Coordinate with government agencies and grassroots organization
  • Create a collaborative funding plan
  • Participant recruiting and community engagement
  • Workshops
  • Professional and Advanced trainings
  • Clinical supervision
  • Supervision and certification
  • Leadership development and mentoring
  • Workshops, trainings, and Mind-Body Skills Groups led by trainees
  • Evaluation and impact reporting
  • Knowledge sharing

Partner with us

Collaboration is the keystone of our approach to partnership. We work closely with community leaders to co-create trauma relief and resilience-building programs that are responsive to each community’s unique experiences, needs, goals, and culture. Together, we create a collaborative funding plan, engage local leaders and organizations, and design a project that works for your community. Our model emphasizes building local capacity, which requires a mutual commitment to sustainability.

Ready to partner? Let’s talk.

Experience our model

Are you curious about how mind-body medicine could benefit your community? Experience our groundbreaking model for yourself at one of our intensive trainings, then, start a ripple effect of healing in your community.

See our model in action

We have the world’s largest, most effective evidence-based program for healing population-wide psychological trauma and stress. That means big impacts. See how we partner with organizations to make a sustainable difference.

A wonderful investment. I think our world and specifically our education system would be a more connected, happy, resilient, and growth-oriented place with more of this work.

– Crystal Reyes, Ed.S., School and Mental Health Counseling, Broward Schools