Psychedelics can be a tool for inner exploration, yet often there are questions on how to get the most out of these experiences. Join Mollie M. Pleet, PsyD and Anthony C. Graffagnino, MDiv as they invite us to see how the personal exploration tool of the Enneagram may be a useful map to inform our psychedelic journey.
Psychedelics hold a promise of health and well-being, often by journeying beyond ourselves. How can we make the most of these healing experiences after they are over? Join Craig Salerno, MA, LAC, LPC as we explore the importance of integration.
The use of psychedelic medicine to treat addiction is an exciting and promising aspect of current research. Despite the hype, are psychedelics really a magic bullet for addiction? Join Craig Salerno, MA, LAC, LPC to separate fact from fiction when it comes to using psychedelics to heal addiction.
Nutrition is integral to our daily health and overall well being - but can it also improve the healing outcomes of psychedelic therapy? Learn how nutrition can affect your psychedelic experience.
The tide has turned on the stigma of therapy, leading more men to seek our mental health support and counseling. Join Peter Craig, MA, LPC and learn how to move through masculine barriers to open up a valuable path to healing.
These techniques may not replace your current therapeutic method, they can complement and enhance it by supporting your emotional well-being, promoting self-control, and improving your physical health.
Microdosing is hailed as an all-inclusive approach to your physical and psychological issues. But is it real?
Is the COVID pandemic presenting us with a new opportunity in the field of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy? Can we collaborate with patients to offer virtual sessions safely and effectively? If so, what are the implications of this new way of providing treatment?
This article explores the concept of 'interbeing' from Buddhist teacher Thich Nhat Hanh as a framework for integrating psychedelic experiences. Join psychologist Tomas Frymann, MA as we explore how the interconnection that psychedelics make visible can offer us healing.
Many of us are seeking opportunities to break out of our old ways, to grow, change, and develop into our best selves. Psychedelics can be a powerful catalyst to this change. Yet these medicines are not a "magic pill", but rather take intention, practice, and effort to work with and reap the rewards. Learn from Barbara Sanders, LCSW about how to enhance your transformation through psychedelic integration.
Wicked Problems have a tendency to fester or get more severe over time. With Covid-19 and Mental Health, we have two intersecting Wicked Problems. The real treatment we need to address our chronic mental health issues include structural change at the level of politics, culture, education, families and systems of care.
The coronavirus crisis has led the medical and regulatory communities to fast-track medical treatments with a potential to help patients' physical symptoms. At the same time, mental health issues have proliferated among front-line workers and within the broader population.
While there is a large focus today on substances and the experience of taking them, much of the healing potential these drugs offer comes through the integration of the experience afterwards. In this article, Brian Murphy, MEd, LCSW shares advice and insight into making the most of integration - whether your experience was over- or underwhelming - and generating the most healing for ourselves and our wider community.