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 Leah Cordero, MA, CTP, IMH22639

Owner & Creator of Still Rooted Therapy, LLC

I'm passionate about helping women overcome dysfunctional patterns of thought and behavior by safely navigating through past traumas, stepping outside of the people-pleasing pattern, setting boundaries and learning how to love themselves.

My approach is genuine, curious, understanding, direct and affirming as I believe you personally hold the key to your own healingSpeaking your truth is trauma work, cycle-breaking work and inner child work- all in one. If you are ready to connect with yourself, you're in the right place. 


Mental health support for the soon-to-be:

Cycle Breaker

Recovering People-Pleaser

Boundary Setter

Effective Communicator

Self-Loving & Empowered

 Background &  Experience 


Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern, IMH 22639

Certified Trauma Professional 

Licensed School Counselor K-12


Mental Health Counseling Certificate, Lamar University

M.A. School Counseling, Florida Gulf Coast University

B.S. International Development, Central Michigan Univ. 


Certified Trauma Professional

EMDRIA Approved EMDR Therapist 

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction 

Internship & Volunteer Experiences

PACE Center for Girls, Fort Myers FL

Lee County School District, Fort Myers FL

Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Perrysburg OH

Centros de Integracion Juvenil, Cuidad Guzman MX

Outside the Office 

When I'm not in the office, I love spending time with my family, traveling (there is no place I wouldn't want to go!) and exploring new foods.


My "happy places" involve books, plants, gardening, tea, exercise, 90s rock & reggae, forest walks and meditation. 

My core values are: learning, personal growth, purpose, exploration and freedom.

"In this space, you are seen, heard and empowered. You have a voice. You matter. You are good enough. From surviving to thriving, you are… STILL ROOTED."

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Why Still Rooted?

 Still Rooted Therapy, LLC serves as a symbol of strength, resilience and perseverance in moments of inevitable struggle. It is a reminder that even when you feel unstable, detached and disconnected, you will always be connected to your internal roots. 

Rooted: having developed from something; strong and difficult to destroy 

Image by Felix Mittermeier
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