The United States Surgeon General just released new guidance for all organizations in upholding workplace mental health and well-being.  Dr. Scott Giacomucci and the Phoenix Center for Experiential Trauma Therapy offer interactive workshops and trainings for your organization’s leadership team and frontline staff focused on helping you better embody these essential principles for healthy organizations. See the image below for the five essentials published by the Surgeon General and the US Department of Health & Human Services.

Is your organization already implementing these essential principles and practices? Could your organization better uphold these essential principles?

We can help! 

Each workshop is uniquely tailored to your organization. We have experience presenting training and workshops to a wide range of organizations including healthcare systems, treatment centers, corporate businesses, financial institutions, security firms, non-profit agencies, government departments, and various professional societies.

Don’t hire another industry expert to come lecture to your team from a boring PowerPoint – our experiential workshops are engaging and action-based. Our offerings are based on experiential learning components that provide an interactive, reflective, and meaningful experience for attendees. Our workshops will help your team to connect in new ways, critically examine your processes/practices, and rejuvenate your organization with new passion and purpose towards your mission.

Reach out to us now for more info – | 484-440-9416

We are experts in trauma-informed care and can also help you incorporate trauma-informed care principles into your agency. Dr. Scott’s new book on the topic will be available in Spring 2023 and offers additional insight into trauma-informed principles in organizations!

Dr. Scott Giacomucci, DSW, LCSW, BCD, CGP, FAAETS, TEP is an internationally recognized expert in trauma-informed care, experiential group work, and trauma-focused psychodrama. He is the Director/Owner of the Phoenix Center for Experiential Trauma Therapy in Media, PA, Director of Trauma Services at Mirmont Treatment Center, and an Adjunct Professor & Research Associate at Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work & Social Research. Scott is a Board-Certified Diplomate & Doctor of Clinical Social Work specializing in trauma, group facilitation, and experiential education. His 2021 textbook, Social Work, Sociometry, & Psychodrama: Experiential Approaches for Group Therapists, Community Leaders, and Social Workers (Springer Nature) has received multiple awards and over 190,000 downloads. His next book, expected early 2023, is titled Trauma-Informed Principles in Group Therapy, Psychodrama, and Organizations: Action Methods for Leadership.



Feedback from Prior Workshops:

“You did a fantastic job. I was impressed with the structure of the day that encouraged participants to “warm up” to the exercises so that they could engage and benefit from the experiential work. It was great to see some of the underlying group dynamics come to the surface through the experiential work and gain insights to the relationships within our organization. While there were some clear “lessons learned” I feel the true benefit of the day will be reflected in the subtle strengthening of relationships and commitment to our organization’s mission that were encouraged through the program.”


“The feedback from all who attended was very positive. Everyone who attended felt that they were loved, supported, and better understood after the sessions. We truly appreciate all you are doing and are so grateful you gave us immediate support with the trauma our organization experienced.”


“Dr. Scott and his team are the go-to experts in the field of Trauma. Following a workplace fatality, the first person we reached out to was Scott. Even though we have a number of professionally licensed counselors on staff, it was important for us to speak to the experts in the field of trauma to make sure we were doing the best that we could do for our client. As always, Scott was kind, compassionate and understanding.”