My philosophy is holistic, taking into account the biological, social, psychological, and spiritual aspects of healing. Ibogaine can affect every realm of our experience in powerful ways, shifting how we relate to our bodies, our environment, and our personal stories. As a result, I am generally diagnosis-resistant, focusing on what is new emerging and encouraging my clients to anchor that in new personal rituals, nourishing practices, and support networks.
My coaching is informed by the perspectives of harm reduction, neurodiversity, and spiritual emergence as they relate to substance use and other challenges that many of us face in our lives. These are perspectives earned through my own work with ibogaine, and through hundreds of treatments over the past 11 years in ibogaine therapy and research.