Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy

Psychedelic-assisted therapy refers to therapeutic practices that involve the ingestion of a psychedelic substance, that temporarily slows down function in the default mode network of the brain, allowing subconsciously stored material to surface. This allows for the processing of that material with the help of a therapist. Clinical trials have shown that ingesting a psychedelic in a carefully prescribed and monitored setting can induce an experience that is medically safe and that provokes profound, durable psychological and behavioural change. Psychedelics have been used in the treatment of a variety of mental health disorders like alcohol, drug and nicotine dependence, anxiety and depression, PTSD and a host of other issues. There are numerous clinical trials being conducted worldwide, with promising results.

I do not offer individual psychedelic assisted therapy, but work with groups in conjunction with Dimensions Retreats. You can find out more here:

For more information about Psychedelics and ongoing research in this re-emerging field please check out the links below: