Psychedelic Integration Therapy

Right now is an exciting time to be alive. We live in a state of paradox. We have an abundance of technology at our fingertips. Despite our ability to connect to a world of people, places and information, humanity is plagued with depression, PTSD, and addiction. As western medicine fails to restore human resilience and wholeness, psychedelic medicine has proven to be extremely effective in treating human suffering. We are in a time of global upheaval and face challenges that range from climate change to political anarchy. Integration is how we find our center in the midst of chaos.  As adults we know change is our only constant.

Integration honors your innocence, stands in your integrity, responds rather than reacts, knows that you being present is your greatest gift to humanity.

We become stronger from conflict when we face our fears, wrestle our monsters, and accept our humanness.

“It’s not what happens to you, it’s what you do with your life experiences that make you who you are.”

It’s possible that fragmenting ourselves by race, socioeconomic group, religious identity, and sexual orientation causes distress.  Unifying our mind, body, and spark of life brings us grace and ease.

Many people think of psychedelics as relics from the hippie generation or something taken by ravers and music festival-goers, but they may one day be used to treat disorders ranging from social anxiety to depression, according to research presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association.

“Combined with psychotherapy, some psychedelic drugs like MDMA, psilocybin and ayahuasca may improve symptoms of anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder,” said Cristina L. Magalhaes, PhD, of Alliant International University Los Angeles, and co-chair of a symposium on psychedelics and psychotherapy. “More research and discussion are needed to understand the possible benefits of these drugs, and psychologists can help navigate the clinical, ethical and cultural issues related to their use.”

Transpersonal Psychology bridges the gap between science and spirituality, and honors that we are spirits seeking our unique human experience.

As a Transpersonal Therapist, I help you melt fear and resistance for rapid evolution. Despite a chaotic childhood I was blessed to encounter psychedelics in my youth. Most auspicious was that the psychedelic experiences were in the context of self discovery. In the absence of belonging to family, home and consistency, I found an abundance of synchronicity and Spirituality with the assistance of psychedelics.

 



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