Psychedelic Integration Therapy
Taking psychedelics is increasingly becoming more and more accepted in the therapeutic world, known as Psychedelic Assisted Therapy.
Disclaimer: Psychedelic assisted therapy is illegal in most countries. MDMA and psilocybin has been removed as a poison, and can be prescribed by some psychiatrists. While I may help work with you on medicine, please note, that I don’t prescribe this.
What kind of Psychadelics – Psilocybin, Ayahuasca, Ketamine, MDMA and Kambo Integration
Wanting More Out of Therapy?
Are you planning on taking psychedelics but want to get the most out of it?
Have you already taken psychedelics and are now wanting to integrate those insights?
Psychedelic assisted therapy is a type of therapy that uses psychedelic drugs like LSD, ayahuasca, ibogaine and other substances to help people with mental health problems like depression, addiction, PTSD, addictions, anxiety, and more. It is a form of therapy that is growing in popularity.
As a holistic somatic psychotherapist, you understand the importance of addressing the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. And for many individuals, psychedelic experiences can provide profound insights and transformations that can be difficult to integrate without proper support. That’s where psychedelic integration therapy comes in.
It’s important to note that the desire to seek support and integrate psychedelic experiences is completely normal and natural. Psychedelic substances can bring about profound shifts in perception, and it’s common for individuals to struggle with integrating those experiences into their daily lives. Seeking out the support of an integration therapist is a proactive and positive step towards healing and personal growth. It’s important to remember that there is no shame in seeking support, and that integrating psychedelic experiences can be a transformative and positive experience. With the right support and guidance, clients can navigate the often-challenging process of integration and
Psychedelic integration therapy is a powerful tool for individuals who have had profound experiences with psychedelic substances, and want to understand and integrate those experiences into their daily lives. With the support of a skilled integration therapist, clients can explore the insights, fears, and trauma that may have arisen during their trip, and gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their place in the world.
As an integration therapist, you can help clients navigate the often-complex terrain of psychedelic experiences, and provide them with tools and strategies for integrating those experiences into their lives. You can help clients process and make sense of the emotions and insights that may have arisen during their trip, and help them develop a greater sense of self-awareness and self-acceptance.
Perhaps most importantly, you can provide a safe and non-judgmental space for clients to explore the often-intense emotions and sensations that may have arisen during their trip. By working with a skilled integration therapist, clients can avoid the pitfalls of repressing or denying their experiences, and instead integrate those experiences into their lives in a healthy and constructive way.
Incorporating somatic therapy as part of ones integration process ensures the insights gained, happen at the nervous system levels.
In short, psychedelic integration therapy can be an incredibly powerful tool for individuals who have had transformative experiences with psychedelic substances. As a holistic somatic psychotherapist, you have the skills and expertise to provide the support and guidance that clients need to integrate those experiences into their lives, and achieve a greater sense of self-awareness and personal growth.
But How Does Integrative Psychedelic Therapy Work ?
I take a focused, holistic, and embodied approach when counselling clients in anger management treatment. Together, we’ll identify and discuss a triggering experience, slow down, and explore what is happening in your body as you reflect on the anger you feel. I’ll then ask questions that will prompt a deeper understanding of the emotion, including:
Maybe You’ve Felt Psychedelics Alone Is All You Need And Are Not Convinced Integration Therapy is Necessary?
Psychedelics, help reveal underlying structures, and is often considered to be “shadow work” of the human psyche. The Integration process is vital to integrating this so that it becomes a part of you.
How long does integrative psychedelic counselling take?
Most practitioners agree that at least 6-10 sessions are needed to integrate the teachings of psychedelics. And of course some are dedicated to the medicinal properties of plant medicine, and continue this integration process for many month
Is Psychedelic Integration effective with LSD, Psilocybin, Ayahuasca, Kambo and LSD
Long story short. Yes.