Ample + Rooted provides an affirming and welcoming home for diverse individuals to reclaim their inherent worth. Through therapy, mindfulness practices, courses, trainings and events, we support, guide and hold space for our clients to feel valued, nurtured and nourished.
We believe healing and growth happen when you feel truly seen and understood. Our individual, relationship and group therapy services are available to folx of all backgrounds, orientations, identities, expressions, and relationship and family constellations.
As an inclusive therapy practice, we cultivate a safe and welcoming space of compassion and connection. Our practice is rooted in Health at Every Size®, Body Trust®, fat-positive, sex-positive, LGBTQ+ affirming, harm reduction, trauma-informed, and anti-oppressive frameworks. We are poly and kink affirming and allied with those engaged in sex work.
We provide services to therapists seeking to expand their knowledge in our areas of expertise. Learn more about our consulting and training programs, including clinical supervision and individual and group offerings, and learn about our upcoming events.
Meditation practice and yoga are a powerful complement to the work we do in therapy, providing opportunities for self-awareness, self-compassion, collective healing and a sense of mindful balance.
In our work, we stand by the belief that each of us is the foremost expert in ourselves and that deep, personal connection leads to healing and growth.
As an inclusive, compassionate and radical practice, we embody the ideals of social justice through a strong commitment to the dismantling of oppression, ongoing anti-racist action and the relentless pursuit for the liberation of diverse lived experiences.
The Ample + Rooted team is directed by Neathery Falchuk, a clinical social worker, board-approved supervisor and certified group psychotherapist. As a queer, Latinx, relational therapist, Neathery understands the challenges in finding affirming and inclusive support and the transformative effects of collaborative therapy.