How I work with Clients
Psychedelic substances (i.e. Psilocybin, Ketamine, Ayahausca) are in the public eye like never before. With compelling research coming from respected institutions and changes in local laws people have become curious about the use of these plants as a way of gaining insight and understanding. Most individuals report increased gratitude and connection to others after a psychedelic experience, although a few experience a "bad trip" that has left them confused or scared. In either instance, it is important to integrate your experience in a way that makes sense to you. This may include understanding an unpleasant experience, or bringing new insights into your current life. Integration therapy can help you get the maximum benefit from your psychedelic experience.
*Please note that the Psychedelic Integration Therapy is intended to be a safe space for those who have used, are currently using, or intend to use psychedelic substances in their personal lives and outside of a legal setting. Psychedelic Integration Therapy does not involve providing or prescribing any psychedelic or other controlled substance to a client during the course of therapy. Additionally, it does not include referring to “underground” resources, recommending use, guiding, supervising or otherwise being present with a client during a psychedelic experience. Clients should not plan to attend therapy sessions while under the influence of any psychedelic or any other controlled substance, unless prescribed by a doctor.
School: University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology
License or Certificate Psychologist, #PSY0004846 Colorado
Payment & Insurance
$180.00 - $200.00