Rafael Lancelotta, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
I invite clients to develop a collaborative relationship in which I can support them in tuning in to what their bodies need to say, giving emotions space, and building a relational container of safety, ease, and transparency to explore whatever needs to be tended to.
I am a white Latinx (Cuban) non-binary transfemme therapist and Social Work PhD student who has been studying psychedelics in various capacities for over 15 years. I have worked as a person-centered, somatic psychotherapist utilizing cannabis and ketamine in the treatment of complex PTSD, treatment resistant depression, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, and problematic substance use. I have authored a book chapter and many articles about the epidemiology of psychedelic use, psychedelic harm reduction, and considerations for clinical applications of psychedelics such as 5-MeO-DMT, DMT, DPT, Psilocybin, and Mescaline. Currently, I am a PhD student at The Ohio State University College of Social Work studying the role of relationship and community in the context of psychedelic-assisted therapy.
I am offering group case consultation, maximum 4 therapists per group. Please contact me to organize.