Founders

Our Mission

Our mission is to help remind You that your are whole, You can heal completely, and You can create a beautiful ripple in this world.  We strive to bring out the BEST version of yourself, where you can live from a heart centered place to live the life you have always dreamed of. 

Our Values:

Person centered – we believe everything starts and ends with you. Our focus is to help you achieve what you want to achieve and to use whatever tools are at our disposal to help you get there.

Ethical Integrity – we operate at the highest of ethical practice and are transparent in that endeavour. We believe in “saying what we do and doing what we say.”

Compassion – as a wise person once said “no one cares how much you know until they know how much you care.”  The process of helping starts and ends with the foundation of compassion that develops a safe, trusting relationship from which to explore and discovery solutions neither of us could discover alone.

Authentic – as wounded healers, we have struggled on our own and bring everything we are to the helping relationship. None of us are “perfect” or ‘have all the answers.”  Instead, we leverage our own humanness to your advantage to develop strategies that are uniquely your own.

Lifelong Learning – As professionals, we are committed to lifelong learning that informs our ability to help. We understand that personal and professional development is a process, not a destination. Healing wounds, evolving and transforming ourselves and our relationships that reflect our integrity and commitment to the helping process.

 

Samantha Robinson RCC and Dr. Rena Saini ND  

Clinic Co-Owners of Conscious Collective Health

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Samantha Robinson RCC

Clinic Co-Owner of Conscious Collective Health

Samantha Robinson is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC), and holds specialized training in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, Mindfulness-based Somatic Therapy, and many other holistic healing modalities.

 

Samantha’s approach to healing is holistic - addressing the physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual needs of individuals in therapy. Samantha has a background working with complex trauma, PTSD, domestic violence, sexual assault, abuse (including sexual, physical, emotional, psychological and financial abuse).

 

Additionally, Samantha has worked extensively with those struggling with anxiety disorders and symptoms, panic attacks, phobias, OCD, chronic pain, burnout, chronic stress, complicated grief, depression, self-harm & suicide ideation, anger, irritability, addictive behaviors, shame, body acceptance, and eating disorders.

Dr. Rena Saini BSc, ND

I believe we all have the ability to heal our own body. When going through my share of health issues, I felt like my body and I were at war. I was frustrated at how incompetent and weak my body was.

 

Finally, after years of struggling, I came to the realization that one thing was certain-my body listened to EVERYTHING I told it good or bad.

 

We became friends. I realized it fiercely protects me when I am in danger, gives me strength when I am weak, and shines when I am kind to it.  As a Naturopathic Doctor, I have learned how what we feel impacts our own health and wellbeing.  

 

Over the years I have developed a focus on mental and emotional health.  I have learned that mood, mental state, and emotions ALL affect the physical body (ex: hormones, immunity, fertility).  For this reason, I incorporate mental & emotional healing alongside Naturopathic medicine.  

 

When you address all aspects of a person, healing becomes quick and easy.  You create new beliefs, your nervous system rewires, you let go of old emotions.  Supplements, herbs, diet, and acupuncture all work better and the body returns back to its original blueprint of health and wellbeing in weeks. You become the BEST version of yourself.  

 

I graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) in 2008. I am part of:
 

  • The Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND)

  • The College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia (CNPBC).