Updated: Apr 14
First of All, What is Psychedelic Integration Therapy?
Psychedelic integration psychotherapy is a type of psychotherapy that is designed to help individuals who have had experiences with psychedelic substances integrate those experiences into their lives in a positive and productive way. This could also be individuals who have interest in psychedelics, but would like to do some personal work prior to having a psychedelic experience and want to work with a therapist that understands these experiences.
The therapy involves working with a trained therapist who has experience with both psychedelic substances and traditional psychotherapy techniques. The therapist helps the individual to process their experiences, understand any insights or revelations they may have had, and identify ways to apply those insights to their daily lives. The goal of psychedelic integration psychotherapy is to help individuals achieve personal growth and positive change as a result of their experiences with psychedelic substances, while also minimizing any negative consequences or psychological distress that may have arisen from those experiences.
How Do You Approach Psychedelic Integration Work?
I specialize in providing support to individuals who have had powerful experiences with psychedelics, and are looking to integrate those experiences into their lives. Whether you've had a transformative experience, or a challenging one, my goal is to help you make sense of it and harness its power to enhance your growth and healing.
As an experienced therapist with training in EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, and Internal Family Systems, I take a holistic and personalized approach to your journey. I believe that each individual's path to healing is unique, and I work collaboratively with you to tailor our sessions to your specific needs and goals. I'm deeply informed by attachment theory, as well as interpersonal neurobiology, and believe that each of us have a rich inner world that can be exposed and shaped in our psychedelic experiences. I'm also deeply engaged with practices of mindfulness, and seeking to understand how these practices can change the brain, as well as be difficult for individuals who have gone through trauma.
Through our work together, we will explore the insights and lessons that your psychedelic experiences have brought to light, and use them as a foundation for deeper healing and growth. We'll also work to address any difficult emotions or experiences that may have arisen during your journey, and integrate them in a way that feels empowering and transformative.
My approach is grounded in compassion, curiosity, and a deep respect for the healing potential of psychedelics.
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