Angela Beers, PsyD

Northville MI
As a clinician, I provide a safe, transformative, and mutually compassionate liminal space. One that empowers and fosters intuition, introspection, courage, and vulnerability. Aided by deeply intentional interactions, I aim to assist clients to develop a new personal philosophy and a renewed outlook on issues and matters that concern them. My work blends conventional therapy methods with humanistic, depth psychology, transpersonal and existential approaches. I incorporate contemplative techniques, creativity, humor, play and ritual when necessary to reinforce the unfolding process. I support my clients in their development with liberating tools to increase relaxation and clarity with integration. When appropriate I also incorporate Nature therapy. I specialize in working with adults who are going through and navigating change, growth and transformation. Clinical special interests are non-ordinary states of consciousness, decolonizing, identity & diversity issues, and spiritual emergence and emergencies. Dr. Beers provides consultation and supervision for psychedelic practitioners to develop ethical ways to be in the right reciprocity psychospiritually. In Indigenous communities, this is called working towards being in right relationship with the land and sacred ways.
Dr. Angela Beers is an intuitive catalyst; she works within the area of consciousness, non-dogmatic spirituality, and healing childhood wounds, specifically the mother and colonization wounds. In her practice, she is passionate about supporting people on their healing journey and reclaiming their power. Dr. Beers values working with clients, as well as professionals and clinicians interested in learning how to cultivate and deepen psychospiritual and clinical skills related to psychedelic integration in culturally sensitive ways. Dr. Beers, graduated her doctoral clinical psychology program from the Michigan School of Psychology in April 2015. Dr. Angela Beers previously worked as a Master’s Level Psychologist with the Michigan Department of Corrections and Vista Maria, a female adolescent residential treatment facility in Dearborn Heights, MI. Dr. Beers completed her graduate practica with Oakwood Medical Family Clinic in Westland, MI, and her clinical internship with American Indian Health and Family Services in Southwest Detroit, MI. She has worked with various other organizations as a psychotherapist since 2008. She is a Co-Director/Owner of Crescent Roots Psychological Services, PLLC. Dr. Beers wrote her dissertation on Sacred Breathwork™, a psychospiritual technique that utilizes breath, evocative music, earth and heart-based ritual, and ceremony to induce non-ordinary states of consciousness. She is a certified facilitator of Sacred Breathwork™. Her research uncovered significance relating to community, ceremony and the sacred, as well as the importance of ritual and creative expression in humans. Her research also focused on the significance of Indigenous spirituality, entitled: Culture and Misappropriation: Addressing Ethnicity Ethics. Dr. Beers has a passion for music and attributes a great deal of her understanding of Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness through her relationship with music and dance. Dr. Beers had an immersive experience with electronic music culture when she led the volunteers for Detroit’s Electronic Music Festival – Movement from 2008 – 2014. Dr. Beers is married to her life partner, Jason Beers, and is a mother of spirited daughters. For Angela, the experience of motherhood is the most meaningful role she will ever take on. Her daughters are her greatest teachers in all things within existence.
In-person group psychedelic integration Nature Therapy (please contact for upcoming group, groups are 10-12 max). Group location is in the Manitou Springs, CO area. Sacred Breathwork™ Dr. Angela Beers is a certified SB facilitator. A psychospiritual ceremonial engagement of non-ordinary states of consciousness through sacred space with evocative music, breathing techniques, ritual, creative and group processing. Through this psychospiritual technique, we invite the potential of transformation, healing, and awakening in a sacred community setting. Community in this sense is not just about showing up for the experience but actively holding space in one another’s journey. Dr. Beers is MAPS MDMA-Assisted Therapy and MAPS Adherence Rater Trained. Dr. Angela Beers is a Visiting Instructor with Naropa University. She is an instructor for Transpersonal Psychology, Human Growth and Development, and Social Multicultural Foundation courses in the Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling graduate program. Dr. Angela Beers has authority/mobility to practice Telehealth in participating Psypact states via ASPPB (APIT | Psypact). PsyPact is currently enacted in 28 states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.