The Mosaic Collaborative, LLC

Working With Us


We collaborate with for-profit and non-profit clients to address specific topics and organizational needs. Our work is engaging, interactive and reflective in order to support a deeper level of integration. Participants walk away with concepts to think about and concrete tools to apply.



Keynotes & Workshops

Topics Include, but are not limited to:

  • Cultural Humility vs. Cultural Competence

  • Unconscious Bias & Microaggressions

  • Intersectionality

  • LGBTQ+ awareness

  • Acculturation vs. Assimilation

  • Power & Privilege

  • Mass Incarceration 101

  • Multicultural Counseling

  • The four “I’s” of Oppression

  • Implicit Bias, Similarity Bias, Confirmation Bias

  • Clinical Application in Mental Health and Social Service Settings


Conferences & Process Groups

We offer conferences and process groups promoting mental health and social justice. Our approach offers a day of interactive and immersive learning combining personal stories, educational theory, and professional experiences. Our team of facilitators help participants move beyond dominant mental health paradigms toward a more holistic, culturally relevant integrated approach.

Read our case study of the “Mental Health at the Intersections” conference in collaboration with The Pacific Center.

Read our case study of “The Mosaic Way” Social Justice Process Group


Change Management & Leadership Coaching

Being a leader in today’s diverse climate can be challenging. Our team takes a strengths-based approach to coaching to enable you to solve challenges and serve clients with greater impact. We help leaders invite all voices to the table so that you are better poised to draw from and retain the deepest pool of talent. Through a comprehensive review of processes including, but not limited to, hiring, promotion, and marketing, our work will enable you to embed diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives across all tiers of the organization.


Youth Programming

Theatre of the Oppressed (Young adults)

Developed by the Brazilian theatre practitioner Augusto Boal in the 1970s, Theater of the Oppressed draws from the work of educator and theorist Paulo Freire. Boal's techniques use theatre as a means of promoting social and political change. In the Theatre of the Oppressed, the audience becomes active, such that as "spect-actors" they explore, show, analyze and transform the reality in which they are living.

Clownin’ for Mosaic - (Children ages 6-11)

It’s never too early to start learning about social justice! Clownin’ for Mosaic teaches young children to be advocates for themselves and others. This unique learning experience, allows children to learn about social justice concepts through the fun of clowning and performance.

photo courtesy of Unsplash/Andrea Leopard

photo courtesy of Unsplash/Andrea Leopard


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