Redefining our Ancestral Genius


Carama Meri Rajabari, LMFT

The Ancestral Psychotherapist

This episode is so rich and loving it has me smiling from ear to ear. Camara explains her process of work, creativity and following her intuition. While doll making has become a craft that feels good, she honors her ancestors and her own inner wisdom with doll making and being in relationship with her ancestors. This conversation is really special. 

Camara Meri Rajabari (she/her) is an arts-based, somatic, ancestral psychotherapist, professor, and activist living in the unceded lands of the Chochenyo and Ramaytush Ohlone peoples called Oakland, California. Her private practice specializes in anxiety, depression, and intergenerational trauma experienced by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. Camara’s approach is person-centered, imaginal, and inclusive. Her work focuses on intergenerational trauma, ancestral resiliency, and the exploration/liberation of consciousness.   IG:theancestralpsychotherapist

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Hi, I'm Cynthia Perez, your official Inner Child Hype Woman the founder of Rooted in Reflection. With over 15 years in social work, I’ve dedicated my career to helping people heal from intergenerational trauma and find joy through culturally sensitive healing spaces. I'm passionate about empowering the Latinx community and fostering creative healing for those often overlooked in traditional wellness programs. Whether you're joining a workshop, a wellness talk, or a retreat, my goal is to create a community-centered space where you can feel seen, heard, and healed.
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Cynthia Perez, MSW, LCSW, is the founder of Rooted in Reflection. She’s an expert in intergenerational trauma and bilingual, culturally sensitive therapy, offering transformative workshops and retreats.

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