Therapist InfoAbout Me:
I have 12 years in front-line community mental health crisis work, working with a multi-disciplinary team with psychiatric supervision. I work with under-served populations struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, addiction, and other social stressors. I’m a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) and Master Trainer for ASIST (applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training).
I have a degree in Criminology and Psychology at The University of Ottawa. I have trained in Ketamine- Assisted Psychotherapy Training, somatic and relational psychedelic therapy, 3 Levels of Psychedelic Sitter School (medicinal Mindfulness) and others.
I have personal experience with psychedelics in a ceremonial setting and have received my own psychotherapy for safe and effective use of self (and integration). I’m familiar with the MAPS protocol for MDMA therapy as well as the ZENDO guide for psychedelic harm reduction. I have extensive knowledge of psychedelics from reading and attending various conferences. I’m familiar with Transpersonal psychology and Stan Grof's work, which I find is a good framework to understanding people’s experience, promote the use of art, music, dancing, meditation, etc for people who are integrating. I have presented in Berlin and Prague for Beyond Psychedelics and Altered Conference for talks on Integration, Harm Reduction, and Education in the field of psychedelics.Description of Services:
Supportive and person-centred work. Depends on the person's history and needs, but I come from an anti-oppression lens and work with folks from a place of compassion and respect.
I offer psychedelic prep and integration work as well as psychedelic cannabis in person and online.Credentials & Certifications: Registered PsychotherapistLicenses: CRPO #005364
DetailsRemote Practitioner: YesSpecializing In: Psychedelic Preparation and IntegrationPrice Range: 100-150
My ProcessOverview of Experience:
I offer free 20 minute consults to see if its a good match and to get some information on what people are looking for. We take it from there and work together in a collaborative way.