I am currently in my third year of my doctoral studies in clinical and depth psychology. I have found depth and transpersonal psychology to be a supportive framework from which to work with psychedelic experiences and the integration process. My training is predominantly depth, Jungian, and transpersonal psychology however, I have been trained in CBT, DBT, mindfulness-based, psychodynamic, and psychoanalytic orientations while working towards my license and doctorate.
I assist individuals who have had a psychedelic experience and whom are looking to ground and integrate that experience into their day to day life. Psychedelic integration can be understood as the process one continuously undertakes to bolster the insights they gained from an experience and live from that place of new knowledge, insight, and understanding. Through this process, individuals are supported and guided to uncover new insights and meaning post-transformative experience. This support is also open to those who are preparing for a psychedelic experience. My orientation and approach is based in depth and transpersonal psychology. I received my M.A. in psychology from Columbia University's Spirituality Mind Body Institute, am a certified yoga teacher and meditation teacher, and am currently pursuing my doctorate in clinical psychology. In working together, integration becomes a practice in compassion, growth, and strength. I believe that integrating our psychedelic experiences is in service to both the individual and the collective, and that through the process we can find great joy and meaning.