Stefanie Raccuglia PC | Field Therapy LLC

Studio 11 is a space to share — a place to be seen and to celebrate who you are and to share the stories you have to tell.  Studio 11 is a place that centers experiential therapy and expression. Whether for performance, profession, or healing we invite you to bring your full self in order to cultivate and honor the creative within you. Studio 11 aims to serve as host to a wide variety of experiential-based healers, advocates, activists, artists and creators offering services for the well-being of the community. We strive to center women, queer folks, and people of color through our events and offerings. We believe our therapeutic work will expand as we create space and take up space with and for our community.

Services

  • Wellness office space: Half-day, Daily, Weekly, Monthly leasing available!
  • Event space: Pop-up Art Show, Art Market, Performance, and more!
  • Workshop space: Half/Full day rentals available
  • Hourly Studio Rentals (3 hr max): Perfect for yoga, dance, improvisational movement/theatre, rehearsal space, and much more!

For more information contact: Stefanie Raccuglia at 720-626-0274/stefanie@stefanieraccuglia.com or Sam Field at samfieldtherapy@gmail.com

Stefanie Raccuglia PC is a private psychotherapy practice that uses dance/ movement, mindfulness and body-based counseling modalities to support clients navigate, create and achieve their goals. As a “practical-creative”, my passion is to help ideas and visions become reality. Whether you envision personal or relationship growth, healing from complex trauma, or successful professional endeavors, I will support you in uncovering the tools you already possess for authentically connecting with your inner strength and wisdom.  

My experience working with a broad spectrum of age and developmental needs, both nationally and abroad, gives me a unique insight into the variety of communication and self-expression. My background as a performance artist, teacher, and leader aids in my experiential and creative approach to therapy as a Somatic therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), and Dance/Movement therapist. 

I use a body-aware framework to create opportunities for my clients to understand, express, respect and connect with their whole self– body, mind, and heart. I work from a strengths-based approach, and fully believe my clients to be the experts on their own lives. My style both in/out of the therapy room is collaborative, relational and, at times, direct. I value showing up for you with my full presence; while my commitment to diversity, nonviolence and compassion allows me to create authentic connections and loving environments. I am honored to do this work because as I get to know my clients deeply, I am continuously inspired by their resilience and possibilities, even in the face of adversity and hard struggles. 

Samantha A Field. I am a Licensed professional counselor, a Certified addiction counselor and trained in EMDR and somatic trauma work. I earned my MA in Wilderness Therapy from Naropa. I have traveled the world studying and working towards implementing accessible and inclusive healthcare. I came to the path of therapy after being on the road as a music manager, I then realized that therapy is a need everywhere and can be done anywhere. I studied wilderness therapy because of my passion for being outside and working with horses, but additionally because wilderness therapy allows the space to get creative in how we do therapy and how we do life.

I work towards providing a unique therapeutic approach blends talk therapy, wilderness and equine therapy, somatic trauma informed, mindfulness practices, and horticultural therapy. I offer a nurturing, accessible, and inclusive therapy experience. My approach is experiential, and is focused on self-care. I have extensive knowledge and training in working with diverse populations, and work with a social justice lens.

As a Queer identified woman, my identity has radically informed my personal and professional world. I am passionate about not only being a therapist in the office but a community organizer outside of the office. I believe my social justice work enables me to build strong relationships and it directly benefits my work as a therapist.

I have a strong belief in self-care and believe that if I don’t prioritize caring for myself it is hard to do it in the rest of my life. I work towards embodying the idea of sustainable urgency when it comes to self-care and the state of our world, meaning we are in a state of emergency/chaos often, but we must work at a sustainable pace with ourselves, community members, co-workers, family and the environment to ensure we do not burnout in our personal or professional world. 

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