Wake up! Team

Cecily Macrory

Cecily Macrory

Wake Up! Founding Member

Cecily Macrory is an empowerment coach specializing in Somatic Voice Therapy. Somatic Voice Therapy is a gentle practice that restores harmony, ease, and authenticity in self-expression as well as in emotional intimacy and relationships. Cecily has been a coach for seventeen years, and specializes in working with trauma and PTSD related to sexual violence and abuse. Cecily works with teen and pre-teen girls as a mentor and voice coach, as well as with actors, musicians, teachers and various professionals looking to improve both the health of their physical voice, as well as to increase the impact of their offerings and teachings. Cecily has developed a specific system of breath and voice integration exercises through which clients are supported to relax and settle their nervous systems while speaking and communicating.

Denise Acker

Denise Acker

Wake Up! Resource Coordinator

Denise has spent her career advocating for the rights of trauma survivors to receive the physical, social and emotional supports required to heal. She has worked in partnership with Oregon Health Authority, Synergy Health Consulting, Oasis Center of Rogue Valley, and Lines for Life to bring project management to a variety of cross-sector behavioral health and substance use prevention and treatment initiatives.

Nadejda Razi Robertson

Nadejda Razi Robertson

Wake Up! Founding Member

Through her personal experience and extensive work with individuals of all ages who have been impacted by trauma, Nadejda has focused her clinical career on deepening her understanding about the ways trauma impacts our relationship to ourselves and others, as well as to exploring her curiosity about the mystery and possibility of healing. She currently works as Managing Director of Synergy Health Consulting, a healthcare consulting firm focused on reducing overdose deaths by working with decision makers and change agents across sectors to develop programs that reflect best practices regarding the intersection of trauma, addiction, and pain.

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