I use a depth-oriented approach in the treatment of complex trauma, depression and psychospiritual issues. For the past 20 years, my clinical work has combined neuropsychological principles, contemplative practice, and psychodynamic modalities. I am passionate about the use of psychedelic-assisted therapy as a potential catalyst for personal and collective healing. In my work as a clinical psychologist, I often inform clients of the power of intentional neuroplasticity — the ability to consciously change brain chemistry and grow healthy neural connections via skillful, mindful ways of focusing thoughts and directing behaviors. Given the large body of clinical work and research that suggests psychedelic medicine may have a positive impact upon brain health, my clinical focus has moved toward certification in psychedelic-assisted therapy. It is my belief that this method of healing — when combined with integration of psychological insight via traditional psychotherapy — can accelerate one’s growth into their fuller potential. It is an honor to offer this method of healing via ketamine-assisted therapy at Temenos.