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PSYCHEDELIC ASSISTED THERAPY

Psychedelic-assisted therapy can be described as a well researched approach, blending the use of psychedelics (plant based and laboratory crafted) with psychotherapy. The practices surrounding the use of entheogens and empathogens reach far beyond what is currently being done in clinical/research based settings. Much of this work, which has been originated and cultivated by Indigenous peoples, has greatly informed current clinical protocols. Psychedelic-assisted therapy research explores options for treatment of PTSD, depression, and anxiety and many other challenges.  Evidence-based models consist of a treatment plan including preparation & integration sessions. I am particularly interested in future work with the entheogen psilocybin and the empathogen MDMA. The range of services that can be provided prior to FDA approval of psilocybin and MDMA include harm reduction focused psychoeducation, preparation and integration services for individuals who have had or plan on having an experience with legal psychedelics, such as ketamine. These services can help deepen and sustain learnings acquired during a psychedelic journey. Please contact me for additional information on psychedelic preparation and integration services and see below for local community  offerings. 

I do not promote or facilitate any illegal activity.
The information provided here is meant to educate and orient the public towards safe, caring, and
just communities of care.

Testimonials

good job honoring the sacredness of the medicine

 Ally was affirming when answering peoples' questions and I also appreciated the humor and laughter

I especially appreciated the ethnomycology background before getting into other kinds of information.
It makes me trust someone more when I know how well-rounded their information is, and how careful they're being to integrate mind-body-spirit responsibly.

 I loved that her excitement came through.
You can tell this
lights her up 

Extremely knowledgeable and passionate about the subject!
I appreciate the historical context and the history of psilocybin mushrooms.

Michigan Area Integration Resources 

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