I specialize in what I called Nondual Psychedelic Integration, which describes the use of expanded states of consciousness via meditation, psychedelics, or other contemplative practices in the process of healing, insight, and spiritual awakening.
|Modalities||Nondual Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, Narrative Therapy, Voice Dialogue, Gestalt, Psychodynamic, and Jungian.|
|Training / qualifications|
MSW: Smith College School for Social Work, BA Comparative Literature: Harvard University
|License and State||Oregon LCSW (L8109)|
|Code of Ethics||National Association of Social Workers (NASW)|
|Areas of Focus||Nondual awakening, psychedelic integration, Dark Night of the Soul, microdosing, spiritual bypassing, depression, anxiety, trauma, veteran or servicemember issues, grief, relationship distress, existential issues, nihilism, end of life, eco-anxiety, and social collapse anxiety.|
|Accepting New Clients||Yes|
No fees. Generosity-based model. Suggested donation $150 for each 60-minute session.
|About the Nondual Approach|
Nonduality offers the fundamental recognition of your true nature. It turns out that are not a person in a body in the universe. In a startling figure-ground reversal, you realize that "you," "your body," and "the universe," are all constructions within the boundless, luminous field of nondual awareness. When you see this, it's like you were watching a scary 3D movie that seemed totally real, and all of the sudden your 3D glasses drop off, and you realize it was a stereoscopic illusion all along. But ultimately, this experience of the nature of being is beyond all words, stories, and concepts.
|My Work is Influenced by||Michael W. Taft, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, Loch Kelly, Stephan Bodian|
|Clients I Work With||Individuals|
|Types of Sessions||Online Video (I.e. Skype, Zoom), Long-term , Short-term|
|Wheel chair Access||N/A|