Supportive Connections is an behavioral health consulting and training agency. Specializing in trauma, critical incident stress management, behavioral health consulting and training.
Tasha Cherry PhD
LMHC, MH 11304, CBIS, CCTP, CEAP, RYT-500hr
Dr. Cherry is a licensed mental health counselor and Hatha yoga teacher specializing in trauma therapy. She is the founder of Supportive Connections and The Healing Body Method, E-RYT 500, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Certified Brain Injury Specialist, and Certified Employee Assistance Professional. She runs 200/500-hr. Healing Body Method Yoga teacher training for Trauma-Sensitive Yoga and Trauma Work Intensive Retreats for trauma healing. Dr. Cherry has a doctorate in philosophy degree from Capella University in Counseling Studies, a master's degree from Webster University in Counseling with a focus in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and a Certificate in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace. Dr. Cherry currently is on the committee for The Comics and Popular Arts Conference (CPAC) and reviews work in the category of psychology in popular horror. She is a former adjunct professor for Webster University and Walden University. She also hosts a podcast called “The Trauma Perspective,” has published two journals titled “Work the Trauma” (2021), “My Mind Settles Here” (2021), and is completing a book called Trauma-Sensitive Yoga: A Somatic Experience in Trauma Healing (2023).