Kayla Felten, LICSW
Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapist
Saint Paul MN
As a clinical social worker, I provide trauma-informed care as well as Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy to adults seeking support as they navigate their own unique path to inner peace and relational harmony. With over 2 years experience facilitating support groups and retreats for folks who have experienced religious trauma and/or spiritual abuse through the Reclamation Collective, my approach to the therapeutic relationship is to focus on how individuals can reclaim their identity, pleasure, and autonomy following trauma.
Kayla Felten, MSW, LICSW (she/her) has been an advocate for religious trauma and spiritual abuse survivors throughout her career, as co-founder of the Reclamation Collective, and now focusing her psychedelic assisted psychotherapy work on holding space for survivors of spiritual abuse and religious trauma. As a religious trauma survivor herself who is forever on the path of deconstructing after deconverting from her fundamentalist culture of origin, Kayla considers it an honor to have the opportunity to hold space with and for others in the process of reclaiming inner peace, relational harmony, autonomy, pleasure, and identity. She was initially invited to facilitate support groups for survivors of spiritual abuse due to abuses of power taking place in plant medicine and yogi contexts. This work allows her to bring her focus full-circle in taking inventory of the spiritual power dynamics in the therapeutic relationship, particularly when inviting medicine into that relationship. Kayla now works as a Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapist in the twin cities, MN while also facilitating support groups through the Reclamation Collective. intero-psychedelic.com reclamationcollective.com
*Currently only accepting new clients for Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP)* Online Integration circlers and support groups through the Reclamation Collective Online workshops through Reclamation Collective: Psychedelic Considerations for Spiritual Activation