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Connected Roots Welcomes New Clinician Jennie Rindler, LSW

Connected Roots is excited to grow our team with the addition of Jennie Rindler, LSW. Jennie shares our commitment to making therapy accessible, and we are pleased to announce that she accepts Medicaid.

Jennie is a Licensed Social Worker whose unique and holistic approach to therapy is a natural fit for our mission at Connected Roots. After receiving her Masters in Social Work (MSW) from the SUNY Stony Brook School of Social Welfare, her life path led to teaching certifications in vinyasa yoga; chair and restorative yoga; and Thai yoga bodywork. She then went on to become a Master/Teacher in Reiki.

"I help my clients feel empowered to use the skills they learn in sessions on their own, including meditation, visualization, and relaxing breath practices," Jennie explains.

We're so glad that Jennie's journey led her to join Connected Roots. She is currently accepting clients for virtual sessions only, with Medicaid and self-pay options. Her self-pay fee is $155 for a one hour session. Jennie also offers sliding scale fees based on need, and is also available for free 15 minute inner strength calls. Please contact Jennie at 720-442-2439 or Connected Roots for details.

Jennie Rindler’s Approach & Therapeutic Style

Jennie’s expertise includes Internal Family Systems (also known as “parts work”), somatic therapy, attachment therapy, meditation, yoga, and Reiki.

Her diverse therapeutic approach helps clients discover their inner strength to overcome depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. And her listening and intuition skills help clients on their journey towards spirituality, life transition, and personal transformation.

Jennie is informed by Internal Family Systems (also known as "parts work"), somatic therapy, attachment therapy, meditation, and energy healing. Her therapeutic approach is bolstered by applying her expertise in yoga and Reiki.

What Is Internal Family Systems Therapy?

Internal Family Systems (IFS) supports the concept that individuals cannot be fully understood unless their family experience is fully explored. IFS is effective in improving emotional well-being, phobias, panic, generalized anxiety, trauma, and depression.

IFS helps people develop techniques and strategies to address such issues based on the theory that we all have various sub-personalities, or "parts." Through IFS therapy, the individual becomes familiar with these parts, and how different parts function as a system. Ultimately, clients are able to identify the roots of their conflicts to achieve greater well-being.

What Is Somatic Therapy?

Therapists who practice somatic therapy believe an individual's inner feelings also impact their physical form and experience. Somatic therapy uses mind-body exercises to release pent-up trauma by pairing psychotherapy and physical therapies.

What Is Attachment Therapy?

Attachment-based therapy is rooted in developing or rebuilding trust by exploring the connection between an infant's development and their adult relationships, and is very effective in treating depression and anxiety.

About Connected Roots

Jennie Rindler’s addition to our growing organization perfectly complements and supports our three core pillars: connection, grounding, and confidence.

Connected Roots shares Jennie's goal of supporting clients in a safe and nurturing environment by using various forms of therapy to develop a deeper connection to oneself, others, and nature.

For more information on Connected Roots or Jennie Rindler, please visit our website or contact us at 720-593-1383.

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