How I work with Clients
Psychedelic integration consists of multiple components to support you in your process whether you have already had a psychedelic experience or are considering it. I take a harm reduction approach whereby I empower you to make informed choices and encourage you to educate yourself about risks and benefits of various ways you might engage with psychedelics. We would identify your intention behind engaging in a psychedelic experience and explore alternative means of accomplishing these goals.
The profound, rapid changes many people report after a psychedelic experience may require careful reflection and integration and I take an open and nonjudgmental approach to help you make sense of your experience as well as implement any desired life changes. I also provide support in understanding and coping with challenging psychedelic experiences.
Please note: I do not advocate or endorsing the illicit use of substances. I do however have an interest and responsibility to reduce harmful outcomes associated with psychedelic exploration. My approach is to act within legal and ethical bounds by providing access to information and psychotherapy in order to promote mental and spiritual health and wellbeing. I do not currently offer psychedelic assisted therapy, but will, within the scope of my practice, help you prepare for and consider the rationale for future psychedelic experiences, be it through enrollment in research studies or otherwise, and help you to integrate past psychedelic experiences so that you may incorporate them constructively into your daily life.
School: State University of New York Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine
School: Columbia University
Degree: BS in Neuroscience and Behavior
License or Certificate Doctor of Medicine, #277530 New York
Dr. Mesrie is certified in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy and Research from the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) and is a member of the Psychedelic Medicine Association.
Payment & Insurance
- American Express