Mollie M. Pleet, PsyD

Doctor of Psychology

Specialties: Addiction, dual diagnosis, harm reduction, relationship issues, stress management, trauma and PTSD, Veterans care

Services Offered: Individual, psychedelic integration (individuals), trauma-focused psychotherapy, substance use disorder counseling, psychiatric diagnosis, treatment planning, holistic approaches, mind-body therapy, mindfulness training

Sessions: Telehealth & In-person (San Francisco, CA)


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I am a licensed psychologist and clinical researcher in San Francisco. Graduate training prepared me to treat adults with PTSD and substance use disorders, and I have been fortunate to work with clients in residential, community outpatient, VA hospital, and alternative medicine clinics. Throughout these experiences, I witnessed with awe my clients’ drive to understand themselves and cultivate a sense of wholeness and meaning in their lives. I also gained insight into the beautiful complexity of how humans interact with consciousness-altering drugs. This insight, along with my long-term personal practices with yoga, Transcendental Meditation, hypnotherapy, and dream analysis, led to my involvement in clinical research exploring non-ordinary states of consciousness. My primary focus is on the effects of psychedelics on the health and functioning of adult populations. I am currently serving in clinical trials involving psilocybin, and I provide facilitation to participants in the Usona Institute study of single-dose psilocybin for major depressive disorder. I am enthusiastic about this research and enjoy helping to bring new knowledge about ancient medicines into Western medical communities.

Interest in non-ordinary consciousness states is reflected in my clinical work. I have a private practice in the Laurel Heights neighborhood of San Francisco where I work with clients to gain optimal wellness following challenging, disorienting, or invigorating psychedelic experiences. I appreciate and respect the use of psychedelics for inspiring transformation in oneself and one’s world. I also recognize that numerous non-psychedelic therapy modalities can lead to life-altering revelations. I, therefore, offer mindfulness-based practices and welcome creative expression, mind-body awareness, and spiritual exploration into my work with clients. I view my role as a collaborator on my clients’ healing journeys and value the opportunity to offer support as they evolve their life stories.


How I work with clients

I view health as a balance between mind, body, spirit, and environment. As such, my therapy approach is integrative and holistic. I have training in relational, cognitive-behavioral, existential, and mindfulness-based modalities and offer a range of evidence-based treatments to meet my clients’ specific needs. The foundation of my care is based on compassion and humility. I follow a harm reduction philosophy when it comes to treatment goals and honor that although I have professional training, my clients are the experts on their lived experiences. I work to highlight my clients’ strengths while fostering new skills and fresh insights. With sensitivity to the health impact of both personal and cultural forces, I strive to create a safe, welcoming space for my clients to explore all facets of their identities.



PsyD, Clinical Psychology (Pacific University, School of Graduate Psychology)
MA, Clinical Psychology (Pacific University, School of Graduate Psychology)
BA, Sociology (Syracuse University)


Psychologist (PSY31512 California)


Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), Ericksonian hypnosis, Cognitive processing therapy (CPT), Enneagram of Personality



Online Sessions


Location California, San Francisco

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