Liz Flores Farrell, LCSW
Clients can expect to explore patterns and beliefs from their family of origins, relational and Attachment patterns, and how these narratives are experienced in one's body. Preparation for a psychedelic experience include clarification of one's intentions for their experience and mindfulness/ embodiment practices to build their container. Integration after the psychedelic experience involves processing the experience in a way that one can apply insights into the broader context of one's life. Clients may bring in their ancestral connection and explore their Spirituality as they wish. This is a safe space for folks practicing alternative forms of Spirituality (Paganism, Brujeria, Ceremonial Magick, Santeria, etc).
Liz Flores Farrell, LCSW is Trauma Therapist based in Montclair, NJ. Prior to becoming a therapist, Liz gained extensive clinical experience in the various levels of mental health care such as Mobile Crisis and Crisis Counseling. Liz earned a Masters of Social Work from New York University, and gained experience as a therapist at an outpatient clinic in a predominantly Latinx/ Spanish-speaking community. She completed the two year Certificate Program in Trauma Studies (CPTS) at the Manhattan Institute of Psychoanalysis, trained in Heart Center Hypnotherapy, and is currently working towards a certification in Somatic Experiencing and Certification in Psychedelic Therapies and Research (CPTR) with CIIS. As a first generation Central American, she is personally familiar with Intergenerational Trauma, complex racial identities, and other consequences of colonialism experienced by first generation Latinx.