Psychedelic substances can provide a powerful experience that can be turned into significant therapeutic benefits. In this episode, we conclude this two-part series on Psychedelic Therapy with Saj Razvi, LPC Director of Education at the Psychedelic Somatic Institute (PSI). Together Graham and Saj continue their conversation with a focus on the therapist’s role in the psychedelic psychotherapy process, who might best benefit from this type of therapy, and the successful outcomes seen in patients ranging from resilience, better coping strategies, decreased anxiety and depressive numbing symptoms. There is a brilliance to what we can access with the psychedelics in a supportive, guided place where this pathway to our secondary consciousness can be accessed and allow this healing to take place.
For more information about the Psychedelic Somatic Institute, please visit: https://www.psychedelicsomatic.org
For more information about Psychedelic Therapy, download the PSIP White Paper here: https://www.psychedelicsomatic.org/white-paper
For more information about Psychedelic Therapy in process, please watch videos available at: https://www.psychedelicsomatic.org/resources
For more information about Psychedelic Therapy and Michael Pollan's book How to Change Your Mind, please visit: https://michaelpollan.com/books/how-to-change-your-mind/
For more information about Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris and Imperial College London, please visit: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/r.carhart-harris