When May 15, 2023 at 6:30pm CDT 2 hrs
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a national movement to fight the stigma around mental health conditions.
This educational event is designed to recognize the importance of prioritizing mental health and providing support and resources for those in need. Often because of misconceptions about mental fitness, people suffer in silence and their authentic self is challenged. At this ROCO event, the intention is to create an open space for sharing, asking questions, and embracing our vulnerabilities with compassion, acceptance, and gratitude.
Our special guests and experts are Mihaela Campion, Liliana Ciupeiu, and Ileana Ungureanu.


A list with all the recommendations discussed at the event is available here. 


Mihaela Campion MA, LCPC, CCDVC is the founder of the Psychotherapy and Transformational Movement with over twenty-two years of clinical experience. She received a Master of Arts in Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, where she specialized in Counseling Psychology.

As an immigrant psychotherapist, Mihaela embraces cultural diversity and the uniqueness of each individual. She promotes courage, vulnerability, empathy, and self-compassion as a way of wholehearted living.  In 2014 she completed the training with Brené Brown’s team and became a Certified Daring Way™ (CDWF).  Based on the Daring Way™ methodology, she offered wholehearted living, shame resilience, and self-compassion seminars and workshops in Romanian and Moldovian communities. 

Mihaela is also trained in Body-Mind Psychotherapy (BMP) and other movement modalities that are used as therapeutic vehicles to increase body awareness and healing. 

Dr. Liliana Ciupeiu
received her Doctoral degree from the APA-Accredited Clinical Psychology program at the Illinois Institute for Professional Psychology, with an emphasis on neuropsychology and psychoanalysis. Dr. Ciupeiu completed a fellowship at, and is a current member at the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis, and is grounded in psychodynamic therapy, with an emphasis on attachment based interventions. Additionally, Dr. Ciupeiu is an adjunct faculty member at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. She teaches Cognitive Assessment, Attachment and child development, and Family and Systems to graduate students.
Dr. Ciupeiu has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families. Dr. Ciupeiu works with a variety of presentations including anxiety, depression, PTSD, CPTSD, developmental disorders, traumatic brain injuries, neurodegenerative disorders, and chronic mental illness. She also has extensive experience with conducting psychological and neuropsychological assessments.

Dr. Ileana Ungureanu has a PhD in marriage and family therapy and an LMFT and specializes in working with relationships, especially couples where one or both partners experienced trauma, as well as individuals struggling with echoes of trauma in their relationships. From her previous professional life, when she still worked with families but as a physician, she brings expertise in working with the impact of chronic illness on relational dynamics. She is also helping her clients to address issues of trauma, depression, anxiety, loss and grief, cross-cultural, and also spirituality and religion.
Dr. Ungureanu received her MA and PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy from Syracuse University, where she studied as a Fulbright scholar. She also has an MD from Universitatea de Medicina si Farmacie Victor Babes, Timisoara, Romania. She is currently teaching at Governors State University in both the master and doctoral programs in Counseling, supervising and mentoring future professionals. 


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