I believe psychedelics offer doorways into the soul. It is then, up to us, to explore where those doors go within ourselves. Psychedelics have been one of the most powerful modes of healing in my life, especially paired with therapeutic integration sessions. I believe having a safe place to talk about what has come up for us in these psychedelic states, is crucial for our well-being and the overall health of our communities. Research is showing us that psychedelics are becoming some of the most powerful treatment modalities out there.
However, there is lots of fear around this topic because of misinformation and lack of support for people if they do have a challenging and/or complex experience with psychedelic medicines. There seem to be very few places where people can talk openly about the deep learnings they receive from their journeys. In connection with our bodies and minds, these medicines have the potential to create experiences beyond the body, space or time. Because of this, I hold regular psychedelic integration groups in Denver.
How I work with clients
I run a holistic, nature-based, relationship therapy private practice in Denver, Colorado called The Makaranda Method. Makaranda means “nectar” in Sanskrit. In a world that is often seen as broken, I aim to see my clients as whole. I guide my clients more toward their innate wholeness, to find their “nectar”. We address client’s relationships with their mindsets, movement, nutrition and nature.